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Biology of the Red Algae

Biology of the Red Algae

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Wm. J. Woelkerling, Curt M. Pueschel, Lynda J. Goff, Annette W. Coleman, Kathleen M. Cole, John P. van der Meer, Joe Scott, Sharon Broadwater, Robert H. Reed, John A. Raven, Andrew M. Johnston, Jeffrey J. MacFarlane, Susan D. Waaland, Roy J. Coomans, Max H. Hommersand, Susanne Fredericq, Michael D. Guiry, Joanna M. Kain, Trevor A. Notron, Robert G. Sheath, Julie A. Hambrook, Michael M. Hawkes, David J. Garbary, Paul W. Gabrielson
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  • Date Published: February 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521202466
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  • When Biology of the Red Algae was first published in 1990, it was the first comprehensive monograph to be written on the Rhodophyta in over fifteen years. This book presents an authoritative review on the state of knowledge on the biology of the red algae. Written by a group of 26 internationally renowned experts, the eighteen chapters of Biology of the Red Algae range from molecular and cellular to biochemical, physiological, organismal, and ecological aspects of this important group of algae. Together they will be of interest for students of oceanography and plant evolution.

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    • Date Published: February 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521202466
    • length: 528 pages
    • dimensions: 254 x 178 x 27 mm
    • weight: 0.91kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Preface
    1. An introduction Wm. J. Woelkerling
    2. Cell structure Curt M. Pueschel
    3. DNA: Microspectrofluorometric studies Lynda J. Goff and Annette W. Coleman
    4. Chromosomes Kathleen M. Cole
    5. Genetics John P. van der Meer
    6. Cell division Joe Scott and Sharon Broadwater
    7. Solute accumulation and osmotic adjustment Robert H. Reed
    8. Carbon metabolism John A. Raven, Andrew M. Johnston and Jeffrey J. MacFarlane
    9. Pigmentation and photoacclimation Elisabeth Gantt
    10. Cell walls James S. Craigie
    11. Development Susan D. Waaland
    12. Vegetative growth and organization Roy J. Coomans and Max H. Hommersand
    13. Sexual reproduction and cystocarp development Max H. Hommersand and Susanne Fredericq
    14. Sporangia and spores Michael D. Guiry
    15. Marine ecology Joanna M. Kain and Trevor A. Notron
    16. Freshwater ecology Robert G. Sheath and Julie A. Hambrook
    17. Reproductive strategies Michael M. Hawkes
    18. Taxonomy and evolution David J. Garbary and Paul W. Gabrielson
    Taxonomic Index
    Subject Index.

  • Editors

    Kathleen M. Cole, University of British Columbia, Vancouver

    Robert G. Sheath, University of Rhode Island

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    Wm. J. Woelkerling, Curt M. Pueschel, Lynda J. Goff, Annette W. Coleman, Kathleen M. Cole, John P. van der Meer, Joe Scott, Sharon Broadwater, Robert H. Reed, John A. Raven, Andrew M. Johnston, Jeffrey J. MacFarlane, Susan D. Waaland, Roy J. Coomans, Max H. Hommersand, Susanne Fredericq, Michael D. Guiry, Joanna M. Kain, Trevor A. Notron, Robert G. Sheath, Julie A. Hambrook, Michael M. Hawkes, David J. Garbary, Paul W. Gabrielson

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