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Abstract Canopy removal by storms is a primary cause of mortality for the small kelp Ecklonia radiata in temperate Australasia. We simulated hydrodynamic drag from storms with in situ pull-tests to determine whether thallus size, life stage, aggregation, wave exposure and substratum affect the...
Abstract Spyridia filamentosa is a commonly encountered species, especially in tropical and warm temperate locations. Molecular data, based on three genetic regions, plus morphological investigation of samples from the northeastern Atlantic reveal that samples identified as S. filamentosa from...
Abstract Solid-state 13 C nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and wide-angle X-ray scattering (WAXS) were used to characterise the cellulose in six species of Florideophycean algae. NMR identified cellulose I β as the dominant crystalline form in all species, and was used to estimate the widths of...
Abstract A general description is provided for male and female gametes, their gametangia, and thalli of five species of the siphonaceous green macroalga Codium from Atlantic and Pacific shores. Both types of gametes were biflagellate, the flagella arising from a cap at the tip of the colorless...
Abstract Four-season surveys of macroalgal assemblage structure on a coral reef in southern Taiwan were performed by transect investigation from October 1999 through August 2000. Species richness increased over time, and percentage cover and biomass peaked in April. Non-metric multidimensional...
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