Decreased depth distribution of Fucus vesiculosus
(Phaeophyceae) in the Western Baltic: effects of light deficiency and epibionts on growth and photosynthesis.
The content of six microelements (Pb, Cu, Zn, Cr, Mn, As) in the brown alga Fucus vesiculosus
is presented in Fig.
The effects of chlorine free pulp mill effluents on reproduction and grazing interactions in Baltic Sea Fucus vesiculosus
Seasonal changes in situ grazing of the mesoherbivores Idotea baltica and Gammarus oceanicus on the brown algae Fucus vesiculosus
and Pylaiella littoralis in the central Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea.
Negative direct effects of nutrient enrichment on the establishment of Fucus vesiculosus
in the Baltic Sea.
V P Coccotylus truncatus P B Furcellaria lumbricalis V P B Polysiphonia fucoides P Rhodomela confervoides P PHAEOPHYCEAE Fucus vesiculosus
V P Pylaiella littoralis P CHLOROPHYTA Cladophora glomerata V P Ulva intestinalis P CHAROPHYTA Chara aspera V P MAGNOLIOPHYTA Myriophyllum spicatum V P Potamogeton sp.
Algal biomass from Fucus vesiculosus
(Phaeophyta): investigation of the mineral and alginate components.
Are neighbours harmful or helpful in Fucus vesiculosus
Among simpler solutions to antiaging products, an extract of Fucus vesiculosus
(a seaweed), is reported to promote the contraction of fibroblastpopulated collagen cells through increased expression of integrin molecules.
Seaweeds Fucus vesiculosus
were collected from coastal regions of Kakumae Bay (the Baltic Sea, North Estonia) near the tip of the peninsula in the autumn of 1998.
and has partly replaced the native Fucus vesiculosus
The following taxa were considered as the key species (habitat-forming species) in the study area: Fucus vesiculosus
, Furcellaria lumbricalis, Zostera marina, other higher plants (Stuckenia pectinata, Potamogeton spp.