Seaweeds: Their Environment, Biogeography, and Ecophysiology
John Wiley & Sons, 16. 1. 1991. - 544 страница
A translated, thoroughly revised, and updated edition of the German work. Part I presents the geographic distribution of seaweeds and seagrasses around the world, environmental factors, floral history, and relevant paleoceanographic considerations, covered geographically. Part II covers seaweed ecophysiology, including the relationships of light, temperature, salinity, and other abiotic factors on seaweed distribution, as well as biotic factors such as competition, herbivory, predation, and parasitism, in order to elucidate the ecophysiologic bases for the distribution patterns examined in Part I.
Шта други кажу - Напишите рецензију
Нисмо пронашли ниједну рецензију на уобичајеним местима.
Seaweed Vegetation of the Cold and Warm
temperate MediterraneanAtlantic region
distribution and vegetation types
Seaweeds of the Arctic
Seaweed Vegetation of the Tropical Regions
Temperate and Polar Seaweed Vegetation
PART TWO ECOPHYSIOLOGY OF SEAWEEDS
TAXONOMIC OVERVIEW OF GENERA
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