The Chromophyte Algae: Problems and Perspectives
J. C. Green, Barry S. C. Leadbeater, W. L. Diver, Systematics Association
Systematics Association, 1989 - 429 páginas
Contributions from internationally known experts in phycology, protozoology, mycology, and biology are featured in this volume, providing a completely up-to-date survey of the Chromaphyta algae. Comprehensive in scope, this unique study pays close attention to the ultrastructure, biochemistry, physiology, systematics, and phylogeny of this diverse group of organisms.
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The Chromophyta past and present
Chlorophyll c pigments and their distribution in the
Distribution patterns of carotenoids in relation to
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