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  1. Introduction to Algae by Rajan S. Sundara, 2003-12-01
  2. Practical Manual of Algae by Sundara S. Rajan, 2002-10
  3. Practical Manual of Algae by Rajan S. Sundara, 2002-12-01
  4. Introduction to Algae by Sundara S. Rajan, 2002-10
  6. CRYPTOGAMIC BOTANY: Vol. 1:;Algae and Fungi by Gilbert M. Smith, 1938
  7. Cryptogamic Botany, Volume I, Algae and Fungi by Gilbert M. Smith, 1938
  8. Cryptogamic Botany - Volume 1 - Algae and Fungi by Gilbert M. Smith, 1955
  9. Gleanings Of British Algae: Being An Appendix To The Supplement To English Botany by Miles J. Berkeley, 2007-06-25
  10. A Textbook on Algae (Macmillan international college edition) by H.D. Kumar, H.N. Singh, 1979-08-23
  11. Algae of Australia: Marine Benthic Algae of Lord Howe Island and the Southern Great Barrier Reef: 2. Brown Algae (Algae of Australia Series) by Gerald T. Kraft, 2010-06
  12. Algae: Volume 1, Myxophyceae, Peridinieae, Bacillarieae, Chlorphyceae (Cambridge Library Collection - Life Sciences) by G. S. West, 2010-10-31
  13. Bibliographic Checklist of the Non-Marine Algae of Australia (Flora of Australia Supplementary Series) by S A Day, R P Wickham, et all 1995-01
  14. Survival Strategies of the Algae

61. Science : Botany
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(showing 321-340) Algae : The Grass of Many Waters
by Lewis H. Tiffany
Hardcover - March 1968 - 2nd Edition
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The Algae : A Review

by Gerald W. Prescott
Hardcover - January 1984 - Reprint List price: $69.00 The Algae by Valentine J. Chapman D. J. Chapman Hardcover - April 1975 - 2nd Edition List price: $29.95 by L. C. Rai (Edited by), J. P. Gaur (Edited by), C. J. Soeder (Edited by) Paperback - January 1994 List price: $70.00 Algae and Extreme Environments : Ecology and Physiology. Proceedings of the International Conference 11-16 September 2000 Trebon, Czech Republic. Dedicated to Prof. Jiri Komarek on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday by Josef Elster (Edited by), Oldrich F. Lhotsky (Edited by), Joseph Seckbach (Edited by), Warwick F. Vincent (Edited by) Paperback - February 2002 List price: $150.00 Algae and Human Affairs by Carole A. Lembi

62. Science : Botany
Subjects Science botany. The algae A Review by Gerald W. Prescott Hardcover January 1984 - Reprint List price $69.00 Click here to compare prices at
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(showing 301-320) Air Pollution Damage to Vegetation
by N. Neegele (Edited by)
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Air Pollution Effects on Plant Growth

by Mack Dugger (Edited by) Hardcover - December 1974 List price: $21.95 Air Pollution Effects on Plant Growth by Mack Dugger (Edited by) Paperback - January 1974 - Reprint List price: $49.60 Air-Surface Exchange of Gases and Particles (2000) by David Fowler (Edited by), J. W. Erisman (Edited by), Carole E. R. Pitcairn (Edited by) Hardcover - November 2001 Airborne and Allergenic Pollen of North America by Walter H. Lewis Prathibha Vinay Vincent E. Zenger Hardcover - December 1983 List price: $70.00 Aktives Biomonitoring Mit der Flechte Hypogymnia Physodes zur Ermittlung der Luftqualitaet in Hannover by Andreas Werner Paperback - January 1993 List price: $45.75

63. Department Of Botany
6 Labs) and research (7 Labs), a microbiological analysis unitThe , a herbarium forflowering plants and algae, water plants BS in botany, and botanychemistry
Welcome To Department of Botany Introduction Top Department of Botany was founded within the Faculty of Medicine at Mansoura, Cairo University, in the early 1960 by Prof. Dr. S. S. Ghanim. In 1969, it was relocated as part of the newly founded Faculty of Science and headed by the late Prof. Dr. A. E. Younis, who was the Dean of the college for 8 consecutive years. First class was graduated in 1973. The department started with three faculty members and two teaching assistants, since then it continues to grow. The department has 4 Emeritus professors, 11 professors, 17 associate professors, and 7 assistant professors (lecturers). The teaching staff consists of: 2 assistant ecturer (M.S.), 5 demonstrators, 15 research assistants, and 19 laboratory technicians. The department has laboratory facilities for teaching (6 Labs) and research (7 Labs), a microbiological analysis unitThe , a herbarium for flowering plants and algae, water plants aquarium, and a greenhouse. research laboratories are designated for the following areasphycology, : plant physiology, bacteriology, mycology, cytogeneticsa modern , plant ecology, and a central laboratory. The department is undertaking the establishment of facility for molecular biology and genetic engineeringmajoring in The department teaches undergraduate students biologyundergraduate , chemistry, pre-dentistry, pre-veterinary, and education. The department offers the following and graduate degrees:

64. Live Education! - 5th Grade Sample Lesson - Teaching Botany
Teaching botany. Introducing algae and Seaweed. With algae, we leapinto the realm of chlorophyll producing plants that enters into
Teaching Botany
Introducing Algae and Seaweed With algae, we leap into the realm of chlorophyll producing plants that enters into the reciprocal relationship of life with the human being. For green plants algae being the most rudimentary form produce the oxygen that sustains the human being and the animal kingdom. The mushrooms and fungi do not do this. The reciprocal relationship is found in the expelled carbon dioxide from the breath of human being and animals; this exhaled gas sustains the green plant. Though algae helps to supply the air and water with oxygen, when it grows very thick on the surface of a pond, it actually serves to cut off the oxygen to the water and kill the life below. Such thick algal blooms are often stimulated by the intrusion of sewage and fertilizer run off -human pollution. Main Lesson Activity
Following the teacher's presentation, have the student write a summarized account of algae and seaweed into his lesson book, (similar to Writing/Dictation exercise no. 4) placing the greater emphasis on the seaweed. On the accompanying page, the student can draw an illustration of some forms of seaweed such as kelp or bladder wrack, or the sample of red seaweed seen above. Main Lesson Activity
There are beds of kelp that float like green islands upon the sea along the California coast. A tiny ecosystem is formed there, and the principle inhabitant is the sea otter. He feeds on the shellfish that adhere to the kelp and the creature often wraps itself in the kelp to make a floating bed. The kelp forest helps to hide the otter from predators like the shark. Find out more information on this topic of the creatures of the kelp forest especially the life of the otter. The student can write a short story on the day in the life of Willy Otter.

65. Bigchalk: HomeworkCentral: Plants By Familiar Name (Botany)
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  • 66. SC 250 Botany Course Home Page
    Invasives Mountain, Incomplete listing Classification (TX) Veg char Cyano, algae,Bryo Plants botany for Gardeners photoatlas.gif (2594 bytes), Cover of Stern's
    College of Micronesia-FSM SC 250 Botany
    Instructor: Dana Lee Ling SC/SS Ethnobotany outline (proposed, unofficial)
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    Flora for Pohnpei in Excel Format
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    Room: A102 Syllabus Syllabus Syllabus Quizzes and Tests QT QT Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Test One ... Quiz 7 Quiz 8 Quiz 9 Quiz 10 Quiz 11 FX ... FX 2001 Labs 2000 Labs 1999 Labs 1998 Labs Laboratory Day: Tuesday Sect: Tu14 Room: A103 Algae Algae HTML Bryo Lyco Ptero Basidiomycetes ... Midterm Exam Plants of Palikir/Veg Char Veg Char Veg Defns sheet Veg Char assgnmnts Gymnosperms ... Angiosperms Inflorescences Floral Lab Walk Floral Definitions Botanic Garden Botanic Garden Followup Invasives Mountain Guidelines 2000 Guidelines 1999 Release Alternate assignment ... NYBG Internet Veg Char Assignments Definitions sheet HTML Procedure Lab photos ... Gymnosperms I Floral morph Floral Morphology Floral Definitions Midterm VHP Fruits Fruit definitions Photos Botanical garden Invasives ... Mountain Incomplete listing: Classification (TX) Veg char Cyano, Algae, Bryo

    67. The Academy Of Natural Sciences - Biodiversity Research Group - Botany
    are housed at PH is a veritable Who's Who of early botany and scientific Egypt),C. Reimer R. Patrick (N. American diatoms), CA Agardh (algae), John White
    You are in Research Biodiversity Research Group / Botany
    S E A R C H Biodiversity Research Group Departments Collections

    Now Available!
    Digital images of every plant in the Lewis and Clark Herbarium on CD.
    Botany Department

    Collections in the Herbarium
    Department Staff Research What is an herbarium? ... News
    Dr. James Macklin Collection Manager Educational Activities Dr. Richard McCourt Dr. Alfred Schuyler McHenry Fellowship and Internships Drs. Lucinda McDade Dr. Richard McCourt

    68. Overview Of Collections, United States (US) National Herbarium / Botany Departme
    programs in botany may also make use of materials from other Departments in the NaturalHistory Museum, such as the nonarticulated coralline algae and fossil
    The United States National Herbarium was founded in 1848, when the first collections were accessioned from the United States Exploring Expedition (50,000 specimens of 10,000 species). Current holdings total 4.5 million specimens, making this collection among the ten largest in the world representing about 8% of the plant collection resources of the United States. The herbarium is especially rich in type specimens The collection encompasses all major groups of plants (bryophytes, ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms) as well as algae (esp. marine algae and diatoms) and lichens . The fungi were transferred to the National Fungus Collection (BPI). The scope of the collection is worldwide, but with special strengths in the neotropics, North America, Pacific oceanic islands, the Philippines, and the Indian subcontinent. The herbarium has many important historical collections from the United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), United States North Pacific Exploring Expedition (1853-1856), LaPlata Expedition (1853-1856), Mexican Boundary Survey (1854-1855), California Geological Survey (1860-1867), International Boundary Commission: U.S. and Mexico (1892-1894), Colombia Cinchona missions (1940-1945), Bureau of Science (Philippines), Harriman Alaskan Expedition, and Regnell Expeditions (Brazil), as well as numerous recent expeditions.

    69. Monterey Bay Aquarium: Kelp Forest - More Resources
    The algae Homepage The botany departmentat the National Museum of Natural History operates this site, which includes
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    70. Plant Glossary -
    AGROSTOLOGY Agrostology is a branch of botany that studies grasses. algae algaeare simple photosynthetic organisms that belong to the kingdom Protista. is a user-supported site. Click here to learn more.
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    Botany and Paleobotany Dictionary
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    Click on an underlined word for more information on that subject.
    If the plant term you are looking for is not in the dictionary, please e-mail us and we'll add it.

    Abaxial means being located on the side away from the axis . The abaxial surface of a leaf is its underside.

    Abscisic acid is a plant hormone that inhibits growth, causes the abscission of leaves, induces dormancy, closes stomata, and triggers other phenomena in response to adverse conditions. ABSCISSION Abscission is the normal separation of a leaf , fruit, or flower from a plant. Abscisic acid is the plant hormone involved in abscission. ABSCISSION ZONE The abscission zone is the area at the base of leaf's petiole, a fruit stalk, or a branch in which the separation (abscission) layer develops. The disintegration of this layer causes a leaf , fruit, or flower to fall from a plant. Abscisic acid is the plant hormone involved in this process. ACICULAR Acicular means needle-like (for example, pine needles are acicular).

    71. UBC Department Of Botany - Department
    Models of High Intertidal Algal Communities; and Ecological Habitat Selection ofHaploid and Diploid Phases of Isomorphic Red algae. Canadian J. botany.


    Research Faculty
    Research Personnel
    Robert E. DeWreede
    Professor, B.A. (1964) Western Michigan Univ; Ph.D. (1973) Univ. Hawaii; High School Teacher, Sierra Leone; Consultant, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kwajalein, Marshall Is.; Researcher, Eucheuma mariculture project (Philippines); Botanist, Nature Conservancy, Kipahulu Valley Expedition, Maui, Hawaii; Academic Advisor, CIDA, Eastern Indonesia University Development Project; Advisor, Phycology Course and Research, Univ. Mexico. e-mail office phone Courses taught 2001-2002:
    • Biology - Non-Vascular Plants
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      • Biology 209 final exam
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    • Biology - Marine Ecology
    • Marine Science
    Selected Marine Algae from North Sulawesi, Indonesia Algae From Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC Research Team:
    • Sophie Boizard (Graduate Student)
    • Sarah Carty (Graduate Student)
    • Len Dyck (Graduate Student)
    • Sherri Rodgers (Graduate Student)
    • Ricardo Scrosati (Post Doctoral Fellow)
    • Andrea Sussmann (Post Doctoral Fellow)
    Research Interests: My research has dealt with both theoretical and practical aspects of the ecology of marine macro-algae, in both temperate and tropical habitats. In Hawaii I studied the ecology and taxonomy of

    72. The Various Uses Of Algae
    Department of botany, UBC. People's use of algae. What are algae?Useful species, common names, some of their uses? Important algae
    Department of Botany, UBC
    People's use of algae

    73. Carole A. Lembi Faculty Page, Botany And Plant Pathology, Purdue University
    and ultimately the management, of this unique and little known community of algae. PlantScience) in alternate semesters and BTNY 555 (Aquatic botany) and BTNY
    Carole A. Lembi Faculty Page Home Faculty Lembi Search Professor of Botany Purdue University
    Botany and Plant Pathology, Lilly Hall
    915 West State Street
    West Lafayette, IN 47907-2054 Office : LILY 1-359 Phone FAX E-mail: lembi'+emailS+'') //> E-mail : protected Please enable JavaScript on your browser. Area Aquatic Biology - aquatic weed science and phycology with emphasis on ecology, physiology, and management of nuisance algae. Background Research Interests Teaching Assistantships/Positions ... Web Links
    B.A. University of California, Davis
    Ph.D. University of Tennessee
    Dr. Lembi is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, co-founder of the Midwest Aquatic Plant Management Society, past president of the Phycological Society of America and past editor of the Journal of Phycology. In addition to research and teaching, she is active in extending information on aquatic plant management to the general public, and more specifically to lake associations and other groups that manage water.
    Research Interests
    Dr. Lembi's research emphasizes the development of new and environmentally safe strategies for aquatic plant management, and it includes the study of the biology, ecology, and management of weedy filamentous algae.

    74. Mendocino Sea Vegetable Company
    Nongeniculate Coralline algae - Guide to Crustose Coralline by Derek Keats(botany Department, University of the Western Cape, South Africa); under
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    75. Paleobotany * Botany 490/598
    These structures have been thought by some to be very similar tothe reproductive structures of the Phaeophyta, or brown algae.
    Laboratory 6: Silurian-Devonian: Origin of Land Plants and Early Land Plants I. Early Land Plants During this laboratory we will look at evidence for the earliest land plants. Some of these forms are thought to represent early "experiments" in land plant structure that have no living descendents (e.g., Prototaxites Protosalvinia ). Other plants we will look at are probably the ancestors of today's land plants. While some of them are true vascular plants, others (e.g., the Aglaophyton Lyonphyton plant) seem to occupy a transitional zone between non-vascular and true vascular plants. We will then look at the diversification of early vascular plants into two major later groups, the trimerophytes ( Psilophyton Pertica ) and the zosterophylls (e.g., Sawdonia ). These are the groups from which, presumably, all the other vascular plants evolved..
    1. Problematic plants a. Protosalvinia Protosalvinia consists of a small, sometimes forking thallus around 3 to 5 mm wide. These forking structures are always broken off at the base, so we don't know how large of a plant produced them. Embedded within the surfaces of the thallus are small cavities or pockets that contain tetrads of spores around 250 um in diameter (see p. 65 of the text). These structures have been thought by some to be very similar to the reproductive structures of the Phaeophyta, or brown algae.

    76. ELA Botony
    literature, pubs, software, vascular plants. Australian botany pages algae,flora, fungi, Glossarybotanical, ( images-by Family -Search).
    Return to ELA General Directory ELA Botany Directory A AGRICULTURE Algae
    ... ildflowers
    (Click above to jump to Listings on this page or to an ALTERNATE ELA DIRECTORY ALGAE
    ADIAC Diatom Image Database
    Automatic Diatom Id And Class Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh ... Non-vascular Plants Home Page , Paul G. Davison, Ph.D. Dept Biology U North Alabama
    Diatom and Desmid Id
    by Shape and Texture DIADIST project, Links Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
    ^ INDEX
    Flora of Thailand
    Forest Botony Div Royal Forest Dept of Thailand
    ^ INDEX
    ^ INDEX

    also see... Lichens
  • Basics Mosses and Liverworts in Wales by Alan Hale
  • The Plant Kingdom: Mosses and Allies Natural Perspective
  • What is Bryology International Association of Bryologists (IAB)
  • What is a bryophyte anyway? New York Botanical Garden American Bryological and Lichenological Society Links , education, events, specimen exchange, publications
    American Bryophyte Catalog
    Virtual Herbarium Botanical Science Div ... Non-vascular Plants Home Page , Paul G. Davison, Ph.D. Dept Biology U North Alabama Bryology at the Missouri Botanical Garden (MBG) Bibliography Glossary Links Mosses Database ... Introduction to Botany Links
  • 77. Phycology Resources
    Nice basic page about cyanobacteria Uses, Lifehistories, cultivation http// site gives information on algal
    Internet Resources for Phycologists: General
    A must site for Phycologists:

    A web server for cyanobacterial research. Provides News, Images, Bibliography, Protocols, Media recipes, Email listings etc.,
    Briefing about Cyanobacteria:

    A nice page describing in brief, all the aspects of Cyanophyta with colorful photographs and illustrations
    Basic informations:

    A small page containing basic information regarding the nature of cyanobacteria. Contains a few high quality images
    Introduction: Introduction to the Cyanobacteria. Nice basic page about cyanobacteria Uses, Life-histories, cultivation: This site gives information on algal uses, life-histories, cultivation and commercial products All informations: The World of Algae. All sorts of information about algae All about Algae:

    78. WEB SITES SUBMITTED Fall 1999
    Tammi Ottolini Protists, algae, http// Plants, Fossils, http//
    Subject: BOTANY
    Biology 10 Fall 1999
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    79. KLUWER Academic Publishers | Algae And Their Biotechnological Potential
    of botany, The University of Hong Kong. algae are important organisms that includeseaweeds and a number of singlecelled and multicellular microscopic forms.
    Title Authors Affiliation ISBN ISSN advanced search search tips Books Algae and their Biotechnological Potential
    Algae and their Biotechnological Potential
    Kluwer Academic Publishers is pleased to make this title available as a special Printing on Demand (PoD) edition. PoD books will be sent to you within 6-9 weeks of receipt of your order. Firm orders only!: returns cannot be accepted as PoD books are only printed on request. Add to cart
    edited by
    Feng Chen
    Dept. of Botany, The University of Hong Kong
    Yue Jiang
    Dept. of Botany, The University of Hong Kong
    Algae are important organisms that include seaweeds and a number of single-celled and multicellular microscopic forms. Algae are ubiquitous; they inhabit almost everywhere including oceans, freshwater bodies, rocks, soils, and trees. Man's uses of algae may date back to ancient times. In recent decades, there has been renewed interest in the utilization of algae as sources of health food and high-value chemicals and pharmaceuticals, and for aquaculture, agriculture, and wastewater treatment. Nevertheless, the biotechnological potential of algae is still far from fully exploited, due to a lack of understanding of algal characteristics and culture systems, as well as of advanced research techniques.
    This book contains selected papers presented at the Fourth Asia-Pacific Conference on Algal Biotechnology held in Hong Kong, on 3-6 July, 2000. Written by experts in the field, this book provides a state-of-the-art account of algal biotechnology research. Topics range from use of algae in agriculture to environmental monitoring and protection, from algal culture systems to production of high-value chemicals and pharmaceuticals by algae, and from algal product purification to gene transformation and regulations. This book is intended for use by researchers and industrialists in the field of algal biotechnology. It will also be an important reference for undergraduate and postgraduate students in biotechnology and food science, as well as in biology in general.

    80. Prokaryotic:
    plants. http// involved with getting onto land
    Prokaryotic: Cyanobacteria (formerly blue-green algae) Can be any color. Oscillatoria Eukaryotic (true algae) Kingdom Protista, sometimes placed in subkingdom PROTOPHYTA (as opposed to PROTOZOA) Algae: The Forgotten Treasure of Tidepools Rhodophyta - red algae (phylum) Mainly seaweed like and marine. Porphyra - nori (sushi seaweed) Coralline algae Phaeophyta - brown algae (group of phyla, phylum, who knows?) Seaweed like forms mainly marine. Microscopic forms marine and freshwater. Fucus Nereocystis (kelp) Chrysophytes - microscopic brown algae Diatoms - microscopic brown algae with cell walls made of silica (glass). Extremely common. Also called bacillariophyceae.

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