Ecology, phytogeography and taxonomy of the Japanese Charophyta.
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Published by Kanazawa University in [Kanazawa] Japan .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Algae -- Japan.,
  • Characeae -- Japan.,
  • Botany -- Japan.

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 234 p.
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15055754M

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Imahori K () ‘Ecology, Phytogeography and Taxonomy of the Japanese Charophyta.’ (Kanazawa University: Kanazawa, Japan) Khatun W, Ud-Deen MM, Kabir G () Karyotype of some species of Chara and Nitella from by: 9.   I mahori, K. - - Ecology, Phytogeography and Taxonomy of Japanese Charophyta. Kanazawa Univ., Japan. Google Scholar. I versen, J. - - Studien über die pH-Verhältnisse dänischer Gewässer und ihren Einluss auf die Hydrophyten. Vegetation – (cited from O lsen, S., ).Cited by: 7. Biogeography is the study of the distribution of species and ecosystems in geographic space and through geological sms and biological communities often vary in a regular fashion along geographic gradients of latitude, elevation, isolation and habitat area. Phytogeography is the branch of biogeography that studies the distribution of plants. - Buy Plant Ecology and Phytogeography book online at best prices in India on Read Plant Ecology and Phytogeography book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : V Kumaresan, N Arumugam.

Vistas in Botany, Volume 4: Recent Researchers in Plant Taxonomy covers some of the more important general aspects of plant taxonomy. This volume is composed of seven chapters that link the practice and theory of taxonomy to plant geography, ecology, pollen anatomy, embryology, genetics, and cytology.   A laboratory experiment was carried out (repeated in duplicate) using 1 L beakers (Iwaki pyrex ®) for a period of 9 weeks for 15 combinations of water having variable levels of Ca and Cr (VI).Three Ca concentrations (4, 40 and 80 mg/L) and five Cr (VI) concentrations (0, , , and mg/L) were used. Taxonomic circumscriptions of the charophyte taxa Chara fibrosa ex Bruzelius. and C. flaccida var. wightii are revised, and both taxa are recognised at species rank, as C. fibrosa and C. wightii () Casanova. Both species are illustrated and a review of relevant morphological characters is also presented. Various species of charophytes are able rapidly to colonise disturbed or cleaned shallow water bodies. This fact may be explained by the long-lasting viability of charophyte oospores, their easy dispersal and, probably, enhanced germination after passage through digestive tracts of waterfowl. Vegetative parts of Charophytes are sometimes resistant to herbicide treatment.

  The plants were grown axenically in an indoor 50 L tank for 1 y at 24–25 °C. Illumination was supplied using 2 × 20 W fluorescent lamps (Kyushu Denki Hanabai, Japan) with a photoperiod of 12 h light and 12 h dark. The substrate used was a several times washed commercially available river sand (90% Japan).   The taxonomy of all the algal groups possessing both chlorophyll a and b is discussed for the levels above that of the family. Much of the discussion is related to previously conceived taxa but some new combinations are proposed. The subdivision of ‘green’ algae into Euglenophyta, Prasinophyta, Charophyta and Chlorophyta is discussed in the.   As such, biogeography also includes the study of the world's biomes and taxonomy—the naming of species—and has strong ties to biology, ecology, evolution studies, climatology, and soil science as they relate to animal populations and the factors that allow them to flourish in particular regions of the globe. Green Plants: Their Origin and Diversity (Ecology, Phytogeography and Physiology Series Volume 4) by Bell, Peter R. and a great selection of related books, art .