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  1. Marine Algae of California by Isabella Abbott, George Hollenberg, 1992-08-01
  2. Introduction and Guide to the Marine Bluegreen Algae by Harold Judson Humm, Susanne B. Wicks, 1980-10
  3. Biology of Polar Benthic Algae (Marine and Freshwater Botany)
  4. Catalogue of the Benthic Marine Algae of the Indian Ocean (University of California Publications in Botany) by Paul C. Silva, Philip W. Basson, et all 1996-09-22
  5. An Illustrated Guide to the Benthic Marine Algae of Coastal North Carolina: Vol. 1, Rhodophyta by Donald F Kapraun, 1980-01-01
  6. The Ecology of Algae (Volume 0) by F. E. Round, 1984-03-30
  7. Modern Approaches to the Taxonomy of Red and Brown Algae (Special volume - The Systematics Association ; no. 10)
  8. Coralline Algae A First Synthesis by H. William Johansen, 1981-05-08
  9. Systematics of the Green Algae (Systematics Association Special Volume) by David E. G. Irvine, D. M. John, 1985-05
  10. The Chromophyte Algae: Problems and Perspectives (Systematics Association Special Volume)
  11. Algae: An Introduction to Phycology by Christiaan van den Hoek, David Mann, et all 1996-03-29
  12. Algae (2nd Edition) by James E. Graham, Lee W. Wilcox, et all 2008-11-09
  13. Algae: Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Biotechnology by Laura Barsanti, Paolo Gualtieri, 2005-11-14
  14. How to Know the Freshwater Algae by G. Prescott, John Bamrick, et all 1978-05-01

1. Algae: Botany
Analytical Chemistry. Classified links of the Chemistry Biology Information Center of ETH Z├╝rich. Chemistry, Biology and related disciplines in the WWW. algae botany
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2. Algae: Botany
Chemistry, Biology and related disciplines in the WWW. algae botany.
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3. Introduction To Coralline Algae
Home of the fossil coralline algae, from Michael Rasser. By Derek W. Keats, BotanyDepartment, University of the Western Cape, Private Bag X17, Bellville 7575
http://www.botany.uwc.ac.za/clines/

4. World Of Algae
Basic information and links to resources about algae.
http://www.botany.uwc.ac.za/algae/

5. The Algae Home Page / Dept. Botany, National Museum Of Natural History, Smithson
Collection / Preservation Techniques for algae. Further information about the NationalMuseum of Natural History or the Department of botany at the Smithsonian
http://www.nmnh.si.edu/botany/projects/algae/

ALGAE
An Introduction (Classification, Economic uses, Images) The Herbarium (Research Collection) WHAT'S NEW
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(Keys, descriptions and plates for identification purposes) Phycological Web Links
Further information about the National Museum of Natural History or the Department of Botany at the Smithsonian Institution may be obtained by following these links. Additional site information , acknowledgments and credits, as well as a comment form to the Webmanager for this site, may be viewed by following this link.
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6. The Algae Home Page / Dept. Botany, National Museum Of Natural History, Smithson
The Algal Collection of the U.S. National Herbarium is represented by over 184 000 accessioned and inventoried herbarium specimens and is comprised of marine, estuarine, freshwater, terrestrial (including cave) and airborne algae. algae An Introduction (Classification, Economic uses, Images) Museum of Natural History or the Department of botany at the Smithsonian Institution may be obtained by following
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ALGAE
An Introduction (Classification, Economic uses, Images) The Herbarium (Research Collection) WHAT'S NEW
National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution Research Notes (Abstracts from recent publications) Collection / Preservation Techniques for Algae Staff Recent Publications Marine Floras for the Americas
(Keys, descriptions and plates for identification purposes) Phycological Web Links
Further information about the National Museum of Natural History or the Department of Botany at the Smithsonian Institution may be obtained by following these links. Additional site information , acknowledgments and credits, as well as a comment form to the Webmanager for this site, may be viewed by following this link.
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Identifying Harmful Marine Dinoflagellates
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7. Algae , An Introduction - Dept. Botany, NMNH, Smithsonian Institution
algae are photosynthetic organisms that occur in most habitats, ranging from marineand freshwater to desert sands and from hot boiling springs to snow and ice
http://www.nmnh.si.edu/botany/projects/algae/AlgIntro.htm
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Algae are photosynthetic organisms that occur in most habitats, ranging from marine and freshwater to desert sands and from hot boiling springs to snow and ice. They vary from small, single-celled forms to complex multicellular forms, such as the giant kelps of the eastern Pacific that grow to more than 60 meters in length and form dense marine forests. Algae are found in the fossil record dating back to approximately 3 billion years in the Precambrian. They exhibit a wide range of reproductive strategies, from simple, asexual cell division to complex forms of sexual reproduction. Algae are important as primary producers of organic matter at the base of the food chain. They also provide oxygen for other aquatic life. Algae may contribute to mass mortality of other organisms, in cases of algal blooms, but they also contribute to economic well- being in the form of food, medicine and other products. In tropical regions, coralline algae can be as important as corals in the formation of reefs. Seaweeds are larger algae that live in the marine (salt or brackish water) environment. Kelps are large brown seaweeds in the genera

8. Internet Directory For Botany Algae, Bryophytes, Fungi
links to many interesting sites in lower plants, e.g. algae, bryophytes and fungi.
http://www.helsinki.fi/kmus/botcryp.html
The Internet Directory for Botany - Subject Category List and the Helsinki mirror site of the Internet Directory for Botany - Alphabetical List have been closed. The main page of the Internet Directory for Botany in Canada is still accessible.

9. Algae Links / Dept. Botany, NMNH, Smithsonian Institution
Coralline red algae are a poorly known group of marine organisms. By Derek W. Keats, botany Department, University of the Western Cape,
http://www.nmnh.si.edu/botany/projects/algae/Alg-Link.htm
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11. Botanical Society Of America
Promoting research and teaching in all fields of plant biology to facilitate cooperation among plant scientists worldwide and to disseminate knowledge of plants, algae and fungi. Links to the American Journal of botany, Plant Science Bulletin, national meetings and symposia, and educational resources.
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12. University Of Toronto Culture Collection Of Algae And Cyanobacteria (UTCC)
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13. Internet Directory For Botany
Author Bishop Museum, Hawaii. Subjects algae, botany, entomology, hawaii, plant images
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14. Reef Algae Home Page
botany, UH Manoa Macroalgae Overview of their systematics evolution (Bot 201).LU Jo-Ann- CHECK THIS PRESENTATION OUT. Study pages for Hawaiian Reef algae
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Hawaiian Reef Algae - Your gateway to limu!
Tools for study and research in Botany, UH Manoa: Macroalgae Study pages for Hawaiian Reef Algae (Bot 351, 482) Order Bryopsidales - Siphonous Green Algae (Bot 480) Order Nemaliales - Evolution of red algae in Hawai'i (Bot 480) Marine plant research, Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative (HCRI) Endemic marine species of the Hawaiian Islands (Bot 480) Frondose algae of Waikiki study (Doty 1966- '68) (Bot 482) Marine invasive species (Bot 482) (National Museum Natural History) Keys to Hawaiian Algae: for students in Bot 201, 399, 480, 482 and 680 Brown Algae Red Algae: Green Algae Common South O'ahu Genera How to Press Marine Plants Common Hawaiian Genera Bot 201 ... Bot 680 Back to the Botany Navigator This website was created by Peter S. Vroom, Botany Department, University of Hawai'i @ Manoa

15. Study Pages For Hawaiian Reef Algae
Study Pages for Hawaiian Reef algae Chlorophyta. Phaeophyta. Rhodophyta. Avrainvillea.Chnoospora. Acanthophora. Bryopsis. Colpomenia. Asparagopsis. Caulerpa.
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16. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Algae
Author Bishop Museum, Hawaii Subjects algae, botany, entomology, hawaii, plantimages DeweyClass 580 ResourceType museum Location usa Last checked
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  • Algae: The Forgotten Treasure of Tidepools
  • Baltic Sea Algaline Project
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  • USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Page last updated: 17 March 2003 Comments: bubl@bubl.ac.uk
    Algae: The Forgotten Treasure of Tidepools
    An image gallery of red (Rhodophyta), brown (Phaeophyta), and green (Chlorophyta) algae. Each entry includes a short informative abstract, explaining where the algae grows and how it is structured.
    Author: Franchesca Perex, Chris Kjeldsen and Jeff Hughey
    Subjects: algae, seaweed
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    Baltic Sea Algaline Project
    Algaline monitors the variability in phytoplankton biomass and species composition as well as surface temperature, salinity and nutrient concentrations in the Baltic Sea. Includes current state of the Baltic Sea phytoplankton, an image gallery, annual reports of phytoplankton blooms from 1994, background information and a bibliography.
    Author: Finnish Institute of Marine Research
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  • 17. Internet Directory For Botany: Algae, Bryophytes, Fungi
    USA. The algae Home Page of the Department of botany at the SmithsonianInstitution; algaeL, listserv for phycologists; algaetech's
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    INTERNET DIRECTORY FOR BOTANY: LOWER PLANTS
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    18. Botany 330
    UW Madison botany 330 algae Webpage. botany 330 Syllabus 2001; botany 330 CourseInformationBooks and Grading; botany 330 General Laboratory Procedures;
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    UW Madison Botany 330 Algae Webpage
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    contact Linda Graham at lkgraham@facstaff.wisc.edu
  • 19. Algae Collection: The Botany Department At The Field Museum
    botany Home Research Staff Collections History. This collection consistsof 78,000 specimens, including 1,131 types and ranks among
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    This collection consists of 78,000 specimens, including 1,131 types and ranks among the top five in the United States. The collection is strong in marine taxa from North America, including material from both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Important collections include those of M. Doty, D. C. Eaton, H. Habeeb, F. Wolle, and M. Nitecki. The collection includes representative exsiccatae from Europe and North America. This herbarium also contains the cyanobacteria collection of F. D. Drouet, and consists of one of the world's largest collections of that group (30,000 specimens). Other Botany Collections:
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    20. Botany Online: Cell Wall - Cell Walls Of Algae
    Cell Walls of algae. algae structures. Structural Components of The CellWalls of algae Molecular Classes and Conformations of the Molecules.
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    Cell Walls of Algae
    Algae are the plants with the simplest organization. Many of them are single-celled, some have no cell wall, others do though its composition and structure differ strongly from that of higher plants. They are good specimen for tracing back the evolution of the cell wall. Primitive cell walls do not fulfil the same requirements as that of higher plants. It seems quite likely that a structure like that of the cell wall has developed several times in the course of evolution. All archaebacteria, eubacteria and blue-green algae (cyanobacteria or blue-green algae) have complex walls with an energetically rather costly biosynthesis. Neither in composition nor in biosynthesis do they have any common ground with the cell walls of plants. Although the evolution of plants from early eucaryotic cells is not known in detail, is it commonly agreed on that primitive algae are flagellates closely related to the non-green flagellates. Many, though not all species of this stage of evolution, among which the euglenophyta are typical green representatives, have no cell wall. It is not only a simple membrane, but by a pellicle of already quite complex organization, that separates them from the surrounding. It consists mainly of glycoproteins organized in regular patterns the way two-dimensional crystals are. Helical ribs wind round the cell's surface.

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