2 edition of fresh-water algae of the United States found in the catalog.
fresh-water algae of the United States
Gilbert Morgan Smith
Bibliography: p. 645-688.
|Statement||by Gilbert M. Smith ...|
|Series||McGraw-Hill publications in the agricultural and botanical sciences|
|LC Classifications||QK571 .S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 716 p.|
|Number of Pages||716|
|LC Control Number||33016189|
The Fresh-Water Algae of The United States by Smith, G.m. at Pemberley Books. FIGURE S-1 Pathways for cultivating and processing algae to fuels and their products. Heterotrophic routes are outside the scope of this analysis. consumptive use of fresh water for producing 1 liter of gasoline equivalent of algal biofuel is to 3, liters, depending on whether the algae or cyanobacteria need to be harvested to be processed to fuels or if they .
While seaweed fertilizer is often used in the garden, marine kelp (Phylum phaeophyta) is only one form of seaweed, or algae, used as fertilizer. Freshwater algae (Phylum chlorophyta) is being. Chapter 8 of the book "Guidelines for Safe Recreational Water Environments" is presented. It discusses the health impacts of toxins from cyanobacteria found in fresh water. Cyanobacterial toxins such as microcystins and neurotoxins can cause death of humans. Cylindrospermopsin can cause kidney and liver failure.
The United States Department of Energy estimates that if algae fuel replaced all the petroleum fuel in the United States, it would requ square miles (39, km 2), which is only % of the U.S. map, or about half of the land area of Maine. This is less than 1 ⁄ 7 the area of corn harvested in the United States in A. Pediastrum is a plate-like colony of nonmotile cells. B. Volvox is a motile colony of hundreds of cells. The larger dark spots inside the colonies are developing daughter colonies.: C. Chlamydomonas is a motile unicell that resembles an individual cell of the cup-shaped chloroplast and pair of flagella. D. Dunaliella resembles Chlamydomonas in form.
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The Fresh-Water Algae of the United States, Second Edition,McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, pages with figures. Smith, G.
Published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. Get this from a library. The fresh-water algae of the United States. [Gilbert Morgan Smith]. Nature, evolution, and classification of the algae -- 2. The distribution and occurrence of fresh-water algae -- 3. Collection, preservation, and methods of studying the fresh-water algae -- 4.
Chlorophyta -- 5. Euglenophyta -- 6. Chrysophyta -- 7. Phaeophyta -- 8. Pyrrophyta -- 9. Cyanophyta -- Rhodophyta -- The Fresh-Water Algae of the United States (McGraw-Hill Publications in the Botanical Sciences) [Gilbert M.
Smith, Edmund W. Sinnott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Fresh-Water Algae of the United States (McGraw-Hill Publications in the Botanical Sciences)/5(3). Freshwater Algae of North America: Ecology and Classification, Second Edition is an authoritative and practical treatise on the classification, biodiversity, and ecology of all known genera of freshwater algae from North America.
The book provides essential taxonomic and ecological information about one of the most diverse and ubiquitous groups. Start Page: illus., diagrs. 24 cm. Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company, inc. All titles: " fresh-water algae of the United States "Cited by: Fresh-water Algae of the United States; (exclusive of the Diatomaceae) complemental to Desmids of the United States One hundred and fifty-one plates including nine additional plates of desmids.
Wolle, Francis, Type. Book. Material. Published material. Publication info. Bethlehem, Pa.,Cited by: 4. Identification of Algae in Water Supplies Section I Continue George Izaguirre The algae are a large and very diverse group of organisms that rangefrom minute single-celled forms to the giant marine kelps.
They occupy a wide variety of habitats, including fresh water (lakes, reservoirs, and rivers), oceans, estuaries, moist soils, coastal sprayFile Size: KB. Fresh-Water Algae of the United States: Second Edition.
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Freshwater Algae of North America: Ecology and Classification, Second Edition is an authoritative and practical treatise on the classification, biodiversity, and ecology of all known genera of freshwater algae from North America.
The book provides essential taxonomic and ecological information about one of the most diverse and ubiquitous groups of organisms on earth. Francis Wolle has 20 books on Goodreads with 3 ratings. Francis Wolle’s most popular book is Fresh-Water Alg of the United States: Exclusive of the Diat.
Fresh-water Algae of the United States; (exclusive of the Diatomaceae) complemental to Desmids of the United States One hundred and fifty-one plates including nine additional plates of desmids by Wolle, Francis, THE FRESH-WATER ALGAE OF THE UNITED STATES by Gilbert M.
Smith; PUBLISHER: McGraw-Hill Book Company, NYC, NY; printing; pages. "The years since the appearance of the first edition have seen the addition of many genera and species to the known fresh-water algal flora of this country.
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Free shipping for many products. Introduction to the Freshwater Algae. Chapter considered in this book. Within the algae, there is an enormous range of v egetative morphologies, including the follo wing: : John D. Wehr. Full text of "Fresh-water Algae of the United States: (exclusive of the Diatomaceae) Complemental to Desmids " See other formats.
Whitton, ). In North America, the variety of fresh-water habitats colonized by algae is very rich, and offers an enormous and fascinating range of environ-ments for their study. The distinction between marine and freshwater habitats is revealed in the variety of algae that occur in these environments.
There are no exclusively fresh. Fresh water (or freshwater) is any naturally occurring water except seawater and brackish water includes water in ice sheets, ice caps, glaciers, icebergs, bogs, ponds, lakes, rivers, streams, and even underground water called water is generally characterized by having low concentrations of dissolved salts and other total dissolved solids.His first book wasn’t published until he was 67 years old, but Wolle would publish a total of four substantial scientific works, all during the last nine years of his life.
For decades both Fresh-Water Algae and its predecessor volume, Desmids of the United States, were authoritative works on their topics.
There’s a great deal of talk today.Until now, microscopists have relied on the still useful monograph by G.M. Smith: Freshwater Algae of the United States; McGraw-Hill, New York (), with its coverage of a broad geographic region, as well as regional works such as G.W. Prescott’s Algae of the Western Great Lakes Area, 2 nd Edition, W.C.
Brown Co., Dubuque, Iowa (), and.