Rhythms of division of some algae in situ and in laboratory culture. [Translation from: Studii Cerc.Biol.(Bot.) 21, 61-65, 1969. ]

Ionescu, A. (1969) Rhythms of division of some algae in situ and in laboratory culture. [Translation from: Studii Cerc.Biol.(Bot.) 21, 61-65, 1969. ]. Windermere, UK, Freshwater Biological Association, (FBA Translations (New Series), 34)

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Abstract

The rhythm of division of 9 species belonging to different groups of algae were analysed in situ and in the laboratory. The research which developed in different environmental conditions attempted to establish the capacity for multiplication and assimilation of chlorophyll on the part of the algae under study with a view to placing them in a culture. The results obtained showed that the green multicellular algae (eg. Ulothrix) and the blue algae (eg. Lyngbya, Oscillatoria) are able to produce an appreciable quantity of dry matter, just as the unicellular algae. At the same time it arises that amongst the numerous factors of the environment, temperature plays one of the most important roles in the process of multiplication.

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Rhythms of division of some algae in situ and in laboratory culture. [Translation from: Studii Cerc.Biol.(Bot.) 21, 61-65, 1969. ]
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Ionescu, A.
Series Name: FBA Translations (New Series)
Number: 34
Date: 1969
Publisher: Freshwater Biological Association
Place of Publication: Windermere, UK
Issuing Agency: Freshwater Biological Association
Additional Information: Translated from Romanian into English
Uncontrolled Keywords: Algae; Chlorophylls; Cycles; Phytoplankton; Growth; Salt lakes; Romania; Lake Sarat
Subjects: Biology
Limnology
Item ID: 4805
Depositing User: Hardy B Schwamm
Date Deposited: 14 Feb 2011 12:45
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 15:52
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URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/4805

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