Book Volume 185 2006

Advances in Algal Biology: A Commemoration of the Work of Rex Lowe

ISBN: 978-1-4020-4782-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-5070-1 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-11

    Algology and algologists at Bowling Green, a short history

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    Pages 13-26

    Rexia erecta gen. et sp. nov. and Capsosira lowei sp. nov., two newly described cyanobacterial taxa from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (USA)

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    Pages 27-57

    Large-scale regional variation in diatom-water chemistry relationships: rivers of the eastern United States

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    Pages 59-69

    Short-term effects of elevated velocity and sediment abrasion on benthic algal communities

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    Pages 71-82

    The effects of pH on a periphyton community in an acidic wetland, USA

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    Pages 83-94

    Food limitation affects algivory and grazer performance for New Zealand stream macroinvertebrates

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    Pages 95-110

    Benthic diatom communities in subalpine pools in New Zealand: relationships to environmental variables

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    Pages 111-117

    The relationships among disturbance, substratum size and periphyton community structure

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    Pages 119-130

    Relationships between environmental variables and benthic diatom assemblages in California Central Valley streams (USA)

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    Pages 131-147

    Response of periphytic algae to gradients in nitrogen and phosphorus in streamside mesocosms

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    Pages 149-165

    Comparing effects of nutrients on algal biomass in streams in two regions with different disturbance regimes and with applications for developing nutrient criteria

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    Pages 167-177

    Differential heterotrophic utilization of organic compounds by diatoms and bacteria under light and dark conditions

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    Pages 179-189

    Using diatom assemblages to assess urban stream conditions

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    Pages 191-206

    Developing and testing diatom indicators for wetlands in the Casco Bay watershed, Maine, USA

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    Pages 207-219

    Diatom assemblages and their associations with environmental variables in Oregon Coast Range streams, USA

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    Pages 221-238

    Algal assemblages in multiple habitats of restored and extant wetlands

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    Pages 239-249

    Ecology and assessment of the benthic diatom communities of four Lake Erie estuaries using Lange-Bertalot tolerance values