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A thematic quantity with contemporary advancements in micro algal study, this e-book accommodates the newest findings in particular to handle how top algal cultures can be used as analogues of usual blooms, their application in figuring out the ecological ideas and their functions in biotechnology. This set of two volumes may be priceless to researchers in organic oceanography in addition to scientists, complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars as a precis of present ideas in physiological ecology.
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Joint Global Ocean Flux Study, JGOFS; Jeffrey and Mantoura 1997) – which was an issue of central concern to a world facing global climate change; and a new awareness of harmful algal bloom events worldwide (Hallegraeff 1993). These new challenges increased the need for access to important strains for experimentation and study (Jeffrey and LeRoi 1997), and allowed the search for new oceanic microalgae to expand due to increased seagoing capability. Recent surveys of Collections (Jameson 2001, Andersen 2003) shows close to 150 microalgal research collections worldwide, and several thousand marine strains now available for study.
Several cultures are utilized to verify some of the physiological ecology concepts on the structure and allometric functioning of algae which is not possible with the natural assemblages and bulk populations. An example illustrates this. With a tenfold increase of radius of the alga, its sinking speed, and boundary layer thickness increased ten-fold; however the minimum energy cost of flagellar motility, average specific absorption coefficient for chlorophyll a and its intracellular UV-absorbing compounds and the area of membrane per unit volume available for solute fluxes decreased (Raven and Kübler, 1999).
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