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phycology

[fī′käl·ə·jē]
(botany)
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In 2010-11 Rs 50,000 was released to Pakistan Oral and Dental Journal and Rs40,000 each to Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Geographical Journal and Rs30,000 each to Farming Outlook and International Journal of Phycology and Phycochemistry.
Functional group richness: implications of biodiversity on light and lipid yield in microalgae, Journal of Phycology 49(5): 838-847.
Nucleic acids in algal systematics Journal of Phycology 26: 209-214.
1979, "A culture study of salinity responses in ecotypes of two estuarine red algae", Journal of Phycology, 15, pp.
This proposal integrates techniques from ecology, phycology, physiology, and both inorganic and organic biogeochemistry to address ecological consequences of climate change from the individual to community scales.
Gavino was cited for his outstanding contributions in the field of tropical marine phycology, focusing on seaweed biodiversity.
Effects of barley straw (Hordeum vulgare) on freshwater and brackish phytoplankton and cyanobacteria, Journal of Applind Phycology 15(6): 525-531.
We recognize and appreciate the financial support for our respective research on Arctic phycology over more than four decades from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), the U.
Workshops at this year's expo included; Chemistry--batteries and how they will power our future cars; Computer Science--digital forensics and solving cybercrimes; Engineering--students will learn what LED is and build their own flashlight; Phycology--how phycology is used with technology to influence decisions and behaviors; Biotechnology and Animal Health--students will visit URI's Peckham Farm and work with lambs, Oceanography--the science of hurricanes.
Kumar HD, Introductory Phycology, Affiliated East-West Press Pvt.