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New records of Chara (Chlorophyta, Characeae) for subtropical southern Brazil.
The water table continued to rise after that time, indicated by the presence of oospores of Characeae and seeds of Potamogeton and confirmed also by the presence of pollen of Myriophyllum and Potamogeton and non-pollen palynomorphs, such as algal Botryococcus and Pediastrum cf.
Taxonomic treatment of the Characeae follows Daily (1953) with nomenclatural revisions where necessary, and that of the Ricciaceae follows Mayfield et al.
Although we lack direct information on [Ca] in Paxton Lake, Larson (1976) reported that it has a marl bottom and abundant stonewort, Chara (Characeae), which typically occurs in waters with high [Ca] (Cole 1979).
A total of seven plant species were found, and belong to seven families: Characeae (Chara sp.) (S), Salviniaceae (Salvinia auriculata Aubl.) (F), Cabombaceae (Cabomba aquatica Aubl.) (S), Nymphaeaceae (Nymphaea pulchella DC Syst.) (F), Poaceae (Leersia cf.
Charophytesare submerged macroscopic green algae, representing the family Characeae (Charales, Charophyceae, and Chlorophyta).
(1979) Participation of [Ca.sup.2+] in cessation of cytoplasmic streaming induced by membrane excitation in Characeae internodal cells.
ambiguum (como Meteoriopsis characeae) en la misma localidad y posteriormente Herzog (1952) menciona Z.
Nomenclature follows Gleason and Cronquist (1991) for all taxa except the charophytes, which follow Daily's (1953) taxonomic treatment of the Characeae of Indiana with nomenclatural revisions where necessary.
Effects of herbicide on the kidneys of two Venezuelan cultured fish: Caquetaia kraussii and Colossoma macropomum (Pisces: Ciclidae and Characeae).