Marine algae of the southern Great Barrier Reef: part 1, rhodophyta
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Published by Australian Coral Reef Society .
Written in English


  • Coral reef fauna - Australia

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LC ClassificationsQK 569 R4C9 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination173 p.
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22019897M

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1. Introduction. Marine organisms are potentially prolific sources of highly bioactive secondary metabolites that might represent useful leads in the development of new pharmaceutical agents Rhodophyta (red algae) – collected from the southern, central and northern regions of The Great barrier Reef, Cited by: PDF | On May 1, , Michael D. Guiry and others published The Turf Algal Flora of the Great Barrier Reef. Part I. Rhodophyta | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Michael D. Guiry. Marine algae of the southern Great Barrier Reef. Part I. Rhodophyta. Australian Coral Reef Society, Handbook 2, Brisbane. Damann, K. E. Occurrence of the red alga Bangia atropurpurea in Lake Ontario. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club (1)– Díaz-Pulido, G., and M. Díaz-Ruíz. Diversity of benthic marine algae of the. Algae have photosynthetic machinery ultimately derived from cyanobacteria that produce oxygen as a by-product of photosynthesis, unlike other photosynthetic bacteria such as purple and green sulfur bacteria. Fossilized filamentous algae from the Vindhya basin have been dated back to to billion years ago.

Report to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority by Guillermo Diaz-Pulido (1,2,5) and Laurence J. McCook There are approximately species of benthic algae on the Great Barrier Reef. the Rhodophyta is the most diverse on the Reef, with species known so far. This volume continues the landmark series begun in , providing monographic accounts of the marine algae of southern Australian shores. In this volume Emeritus Professor Womersley presents the first part of his treatment of the red algae, in the same format as adopted for the Seagrasses, Chlorophyta & Charophyta () and for the Phaeophyta & Chlorophyta (). Vulnerability of macroalgae of the Great Barrier Reef to climate change for seaweeds and other benthic marine algae that are generally visible to the naked eye. Flora of the Great Barrier. The last checklist included the marine algae of Singapore. The checklist recorded taxa for the region. This paper lists an additional 7 taxa of Chlorophyta, 18 taxa of Rhodophyta and 5 taxa of Phaeophyta, which had been left out of the last checklist. These include marine algae from Pulau Pinang, Pulau Redang and Pulau by:

These activities have uncovered numerous undescribed genera and species and resulted in a manyfold increase in the known flora. His accounts of the marine algae are presented in two volumes of the Algae of Australia series; this part, describing the red algae, follows an earlier volume () describing the green and brown algae. The systematics of the Laurencia complex was investigated using a taxon-rich data set including the chloroplast ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase large subunit (rbcL) gene only and a character-rich data set combining mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase 1 (COI-5P), the rbcL marker, and the nuclear large subunit of the ribosomal operon (LSU).Cited by: 3. Marine Benthic Algae of Lord Howe Island and the Southern Great Barrier Reef, 2. Brown Algae Algae of Australia; The Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia, Rhodophyta — Part IIIA Bangiophyceae and Florideophyceae (Acrochaetiales to Gigartinales) Flora of Australia Supplementary 1; The Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia. Benthic marine algae in Shark Bay, Western Australia. Botanica Marina Rhodophyta) from southern and western Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 9: Huisman, J.M., Cowan, R.A Marine Benthic Algae of Lord Howe Island and the southern Great Barrier Reef. Australian Systematic Botany Newsletter Calado, A.