NOTAS FICOLOGICAS. I. PRIMER REGISTRO DE CUTLERIA CYLINDRICA OKAMURA (CUTLERIACEAE, PHAEOPHYTA) PARA LAS COSTAS DEL PACIFICO MEXICANO
- Metabolites of Marine Organisms as Regulators of O-Glycosylhydrolases. Verigina, N.; Burtseva, Yu.; Ermakova, S.; Sova, V.; Pivkin, M.; Zvyagintseva, T. // Applied Biochemistry & Microbiology;Jul2005, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p354
The ability of metabolites contained in culture liquid of 62 strains of marine fungi to affect the activity of two digestive enzymes of marine mollusksâ€”endo-1,3-Î²- D-glucanase of Spisula sachalinensis and Î²- D-glucosidase of Littorina kurilaâ€”was studied. It was found that 66...
- Transcriptomic Analysis of Acclimation to Temperature and Light Stress in Saccharina latissima (Phaeophyceae). Heinrich, Sandra; Valentin, Klaus; Frickenhaus, Stephan; John, Uwe; Wiencke, Christian; Bhattacharya, Debashish // PLoS ONE;Aug2012, Vol. 7 Issue 8, Special section p1
Kelps, brown algae of the order Laminariales, dominate rocky shores and form huge kelp beds which provide habitat and nurseries for various marine organisms. Whereas the basic physiological and ecophysiological characteristics of kelps are well studied, the molecular processes underlying...
- Algae attack. // New Scientist;10/8/94, Vol. 144 Issue 1946, p11
Reports on the brown algae attack in the Bay of Camaret in Brittany.
- CROSSING EXPERIMENTS IN THE SCYTOSIPHON LOMENTARIA COMPLEX (PHAEOPHYCEAE) IN JAPAN. Kogame, K.; Ishikawa, S. // Phycologia;Jul2009 Supplement, p63
An abstract of the article "Crossing Experiments in the Scytosiphon Lomentaria Complex (Phaeophyceae) in Japan," by K Kogame and S Ishikawa, is presented.
- BIOGEOGRAPHY AND POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTURE OF I. OKAMURAE (ISHIGEALES, PHAEOPHYCEAE) IN THE NORTHWEST PACIFIC OCEAN. Lee, K. M.; Yang, E. C.; Boo, S. M. // Phycologia;Jul2009 Supplement, p72
An abstract of the article, "Biogeography and Population Genetic Structure of I. Okamurae (Ishigeales, Phaeophyceae) in the Northwest Pacific Ocean," by K. M. Lee, E. C. Yang and S. M. Boo, is presented.
- How kelp produce blade shapes suited to different flow regimes: A new wrinkle. Koehl, M. A. R.; Silk, W. K.; Liang, H.; Mahadevan, L. // Integrative & Comparative Biology;Dec2008, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p834
Many species of macroalgae have flat, strap-like blades in habitats exposed to rapidly flowing water, but have wide, ruffled "undulate" blades at protected sites. We used the giant bull kelp, Nereocystis luetkeana, to investigate how these ecomorphological differences are produced. The undulate...
- Algal Bloom in the Florida Keys. Walters, Linda; Beach, Kevin // Underwater Naturalist;2000, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p27
Explains the abundance of Dictyota brown alga in the Florida Keys. Increase in macroalgal biomasses in coastal tropical and temperate waters; Case of a macroalgal bloom in the Mediterranean Sea; Cause of the increase in abundance of Dictyota; Details on the biology of Dictyota.
- Purification of Sulfated Fucoglucuronomannan Lyase from Bacterial Strain of Fucobacter marina and Study of Appropriate Conditions for Its Enzyme Digestion. Takeshi Sakai, Lily; Hitomi Kimura, Lily; Ikunoshin Kato, Lily // Marine Biotechnology;Jul2003, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p380
A marine bacterial strain, Fucobacter marina, produced extracellular sulfated fucoglucuronomannan (SFGM) lyase when cultivated in the presence of crude SFGM obtained from fucoidan of Kjellmaniella crassifolia (brown algae) by cetyl pyridinium chloride fractionation. For the SFGM lyase assay,...
- A New Epoxy-cadinane Sesquiterpene from the Marine Brown Alga Dictyopteris divaricata. Yuan-Yuan Qiao; Nai-Yun Ji; Wei Wen; Xiu-Li Yin; Qin-Zhao Xue // Marine Drugs;Dec2009, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p600
new epoxy-cadinane sesquiterpene, 4Î²,5Î²-epoxycadinan-1Î²-ol (1), and six known cadinane sesquiterpenes: cadinan-1,4,5-triol (2), 4Î±,5Î²-dihydroxycubenol (3), cubenol (4), cadinan-3-ene-1,5-diol (5), cubenol-3-one (6), and torreyol (7), were isolated from a sample of marine brown...