|Statement||Alan J. Brook.|
|Series||Botanical monographs ;, v. 16|
|LC Classifications||QK569.D46 B67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||80026374|
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The so-called arctic-alpine desmid flora may be encountered on all continents, provided that adequate minimum temperatures occur. Its distribution seems to be determined microclimatologically rather than macroclimatologically. Arguments for a tropical origin of the desmids as an algal group are by: The book is written in a mostly non-technical language and is provided with a glossary and explanatory boxes. For additional information about this book, including some sample photographs, as well as a list of corrections that have been incorporated in the Author: Peter F. M. Coesel, Koos Meesters. Desmid biology. Desmids, introduction; Collecting Desmids; Desmid eaters; Fungal parasites; The process of sexual reproduction; The process of asexual reproduction; Shedding of the primary cell wall; Mucilaginous cell envelope; Giants and Dwarfs; Triradiate Cosmaria; Desmid lookalikes; Literature. Desmids are green microalgae that play an important role in aquatic ecosystems. They are used in the assessment of water quality. KNNV Publishing now presents a new guide for identification and classifycation of these important organisms.
A Monograph on Some British Desmids has been produced to reflect the considerable changes in desmid taxonomy and systematics, together with the additional knowledge now available on desmid distribution and ecology in the British Isles. It provides dichotomous keys for the identification of the or more species and varieties of the 7. The enclosed CD-ROM offers general information on desmid biology as well as a selection of species that are discussed in more detail. Ecological data, both on separate species and desmid communities, enable a characterization of the habitat sampled. Volume 1: Desmids of the Lowlands - Mesotaeniaceae and Desmidiaceae of the European LowlandsCited by: About this book. This book is an introduction of Southeast Asian Desmids, and deals with about taxa of 34 genera of this group of algae which includes many taxa observed previously by the present authors and other coauthors, some species described as new to science from Southeast Asia. Book Reviewed in this article: Die Desmidiaceen Mitteleuropas, Band 1. 2. Lieferung. By J iří R ůžička. The Biology of Desmids. By A lan J. B rook. Differentiation in vitro. Ed. by M. M. Y eoman and D. E. S. T ruman. Structural Patterns of Tropical Barks, Encyclopedia of Plant Anatomy IX By I. R oth. The Mathematics of Photosynthesis.