Search Help
Thumbnail Icon Science Keywords > BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > PROTISTS > MACROALGAE (SEAWEEDS) > RED ALGAE


Refine by Category
 
Refine by Full text

 

17 Titles Match Your Query
Showing 1 through 17 of 17
1. Atlas of Coastal Habitats and Fishery Resources - Northern Quebec [Canada_DFO_CHFishResNQue]
This collection covers Hudson Bay, James Bay and Ungava Bay. These areas form the basis of three separate products. The three bays lie along the Quebec border north of the 50th parallel, ...


2. Atlas of Coastal Habitats and Fishery Resources - St.Lawrence River [Canada_DFO_CHFishResStLawR]
This collection comprises eight products, seven of which correspond to the same number of areas of the River and the Gulf of St Lawrence: Chaleur Bay, the Lower North Shore, the lower estuary, the ...


3. Australian Institute of Marine Science – Bioresources Library. [AIMS_REEF_Bioresource_Library]   PARENT METADATA
Collection of marine organisms for bioactivity screening, focused in the shallow waters off the coastlines of Queensland and Western Australia, beginning in 1987 and continuing to the present. Small ...


4. Australian Institute of Marine Science – CReefs: Heron Island Biodiversity Expedition [AIMS_CReefs_HeronIsland]
CReefs, a project of the Cenus of Marine Life, is an international cooperative effort to increase tropical taxonomic expertise, conduct a taxonomically diversified global census of coral reef ecosystems, ...


5. Australian Institute of Marine Science – CReefs: Lizard Island Biodiversity Expedition [AIMS_CReefs_LizardIsland]
CReefs, a project of the Cenus of Marine Life, is an international cooperative effort to increase tropical taxonomic expertise, conduct a taxonomically diversified global census of coral reef ecosystems, ...


6. Australian Institute of Marine Science – CReefs: Ningaloo Reef Biodiversity Expedition [AIMS_CReefs_NingalooReef]
CReefs, a project of the Cenus of Marine Life, is an international cooperative effort to increase tropical taxonomic expertise, conduct a taxonomically diversified global census of coral reef ecosystems, ...


7. Benthic biodiversity along the central coast in the Brazilian EEZ (OBIS South America, BRAZIL) [Bentos_Score_Central]   PARENT METADATA
The main objectives of the REVIZEE Program were the species inventory and the evaluation of the sustainable yield of living resources from the Brazilian Exclusive Economic Zone. In this context, the ...


8. Biodiversity of marine algae in King George Island, Antarctica, 2012 [KPDC_BMA_ANTARCTIC_2012]
Marine algae, total 345 specimens and DNA samples were collected in the intertidal and subtidal zones for the studies on biodiversity and changing ecosystems in King George Islands, Antarctica. The ...


9. Biodiversity, molecular phylogeny and evolution of marine algae from the Arctic and the Antarctic [R01-2006-000-10312-0]
With the International Polar Year (IPY 2007-2008) coming soon, a number of scientists from many countries are planning and carrying out various and important research projects cooperatively concerning ...


10. Bottom Photographs from the Pulley Ridge Deep Coral Reef [USGS_OFR_2004_1228]
Pulley Ridge is a series of drowned barrier islands that extend over 100 km in 60-100 m water depths. This drowned ridge is located on the Florida Platform in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico about ...


11. Checklist of Antarctic and Subantarctic seaweeds [scarmarbin_1606]   PARENT METADATA
Checklist of Antarctic and Subantarctic seaweeds * Rhodophyta * Heterokontophyta


12. Coastal Ecology: Macroalgae Communities in Potter Cove, King George Island (Ecologia Costera Caleta Potter, Isla 25 de Mayo) [AMD_AR_MAR_ECOCOSTAL_MACROALGAE]   CHILD METADATA
The biomass and density of the benthic marine macroalgae from Potter Cove (King George I., South Shetland, Antarctica) was studied at different depths (0, 5, 10, 15 20 ,30m) during several years. ...


13. De novo transcriptome analysis of Arctic microalga ArF0006 [KPDC_DOPM_2003]
Each six sequences were newly determined in this study.  Molecular data from over 56 taxa of the Bangiales worldwide including previously published sequences, indicated that monophyly for the genera ...


14. Diversity and DNA barcoding of the brown algae around the Dasan Station in the Arctic [KPDC-MD-2006-006]
The case studies presented here indicate that cox1-5 barcoding will be a powerful ally in the identification of brown algal species in the Arctic. In all cases intraspecific divergence values ranged ...


15. Investigations of the physiological adaptations (irradiance and temperature tolerance limits) of two polar species of red algae Iridaea cordata and Phyllophora antarctica at Cape Evans [K062_1989_1990_NZ_1]
The most southerly populations of benthic marine algae occurring anywhere in the world are found in McMurdo Sound. There is considerable divergence of opinion amongst phycologists as to the suitability ...


16. Morphology and phylogenetic relationships of polar Bangiales [KPDC_DOPRA_2003]
Each six sequences were newly determined in this study.  Molecular data from over 56 taxa of the Bangiales worldwide including previously published sequences, indicated that monophyly for the genera ...


17. Systematic studies of the Antarctic species of the Phyllophoraceae (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) based on rbcL sequence analysis [001-93_01]
The taxonomic placement of four antarctic species of the marine red algal family Phyllophoraceae (Gigartinales) is assessed within a preliminary molecular phylogeny of the family based on direct sequence ...


Showing 1 through 17 of 17
Click here for a static view of records.

Link to Web Site