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With the continual elevate in human inhabitants and its consistent calls for at the aquatic surroundings, there was a compounding of the interrelationships among algae and guy. those really uncomplicated eco-friendly crops lately have been usually regarded as only organic curiosities. in the previous twenty-five years, with advances in expertise and the elevated eutrophication of lakes and streams, the interaction among algae and guy has develop into extra advanced and extra im­ portant. difficulties of style, smell, toxicity, or obnoxious development because of algae are regrettably rather well-known to the water provider and to the general public medical expert. Algae have met their function within the house age as a potential resource for nutrients or as a fuel ex­ changer. to be able to discover any of those useful difficulties, it's necessary to have enough, uncomplicated wisdom of algal taxonomy, body structure, cytogenetics and ecology. This ebook is the outgrowth of a North Atlantic Treaty Organi­ zation complicated research Institute during which specialists in either the utilized and easy fields of phycology, in addition to in cognate disci­ plines, met and mentioned numerous subject matters on the topic of algae. it really is of value to notice that this used to be the 1st NATO complex learn Institute to be held within the usa and that it had for its topic an issue that's of import for the welfare of all mankind.

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As we may expect a very wide morphological range, we cannot base the establishment of a new species on some striking morphological feature only. For this reason taxa like E. fasciculata P. Dangeard (cf. Dangeard, 1959a), E. compressa var. blidingioides P. Dangeard (1959a), Ulva denticulata P. Dangeard (l959d), and U. popenguinense P. Dangeard (l959d) seem to be insufficiently defined. , as depicted by Pocock (l959b). TABLE II U. thuretti (Foyn, 1955) U. factuca (Foyn, 1955) U. mutabilis (Foyn, 1958a) U.

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