Hoham

Hoham

(hō`hăm), in the Bible, king of Hebron, whom Joshua defeated.
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Bauer) Wille Chloromonas nivalis (Chodat) Hoham & Mullet Chondracanthus acicularis (Roth) Fredericq Chondrus crispus Stackh.
and Chloromonas nivalis (Chodat) Hoham et Mullet were responsible for the red and green snow, and Ancylonema nordenskioldii Berggren and Mesotaenium berggrenii (Wittrock) Lagerheim were responsible for the violet snow, on glacier fields in northwestern Spitsbergen.
Massachusetts' Berkshire Hills and Wachusett Mountain, New Hampshire's White Mountains, Vermont's Green Mountains, and Maine's Mount Katahdin all harbor colonies of snow algae, Hoham and Duval report in a paper to be published in RHODORA.
Orange species tolerate a bit more light, and Duval and Hoham spotted their salmon-colored alga in the open snow of several New England ski resorts.
As Duval and Hoham pored over their map of Northeastern algae sightings, they decided that Chloromonas algae were more likely to bloom where 80 inches of snow falls in a winter than in spots with less-extreme weather.
If New Englanders have never noticed the colorful local snow algae high in their woodlands, Hoham is understanding, if a bit narrowly focused.
The next year, they and Hoham, their taxonomic collaborator, published the first report of snow algae in Africa.
Hoham has received healthy cyst samples shipped at -70 [degrees] C, a temperature that destroyed active algal cells.
5, about the same acidity as peat bogs, Hoham reports.
Hoham is trying to sort out why some algae he studies seem not to have sex at all, but others even in the same population reproduce sexually.
Hoham wonders if he'll find the same strain at higher latitudes, such as Quebec, where spring days last much of the night.
Hoham for his hospitality in providing us with lodging during the field portion of this research.