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A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae, and cyanobacteria

Arve Elvebakk

A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae, and cyanobacteria

by Arve Elvebakk

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Published by Norsk polarinstitutt in Oslo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cyanobacteria,
  • Botany,
  • Algae,
  • Fungi

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Arve Elvebakk and Pål Prestrud
    SeriesSkrifter / Norsk polarinstitutt -- nr. 198, Skrifter (Norsk polarinstitutt) -- nr. 198.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ115 .N896 nr. 198, QK326 .C37 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination395 p. ;
    Number of Pages395
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25569320M
    ISBN 108276660940
    OCLC/WorldCa37217237

    The lichen genus Stereocaulon (Schreb.) Hoffm. in Poland – a taxonomic and ecological study a supplement to “A hand book of lichens”. Dehradun: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh; Hertel H. A catalogue of Svalbard lichens. In: Elvebakk A, Prestrud P, editors. A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae, and cyanobacteria. Oslo. Gulden, G.; Torkelsen, A.E. A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria. Part 3. Fungi I. Basidiomycota: Agaricales, Gasteromycetales.

    Vascular plants in Svalbard. This web site is dedicated to Svalbards flora of vascular plants. So far we know of species native to the archipelago. As Svalbard was totally ice-covered during the Weichselian ice age which ended around 10 years ago, almost all the species has migrated to Svalbard rather recently. Elvebakk, Arve. Naturtypar på Svalbard - kva er mest eksklusivt?. Naturtyper i Norge - status for arbeidet og veien videre - Elvebakk, Arve. A vegetation map of Svalbard on the scale of million. Second International Workshop on Circumpolar Vegetation Classification and Mapping -

    The paper provides a list of 54 species of bryophytes (48 mosses and six liverworts) collected from Spitsbergen, the largest island of the Arctic Svalbard archipelago (Norwegian Arctic), in They were collected mainly from its southeastern coast (Sørkapp Land and Torell Land), which has been rapidly abandoned by glaciers in the last few Cited by: 1. Apr 18,  · ..G. Starch carbohydrate food reserve and it is stored inside the plastids, just like true plants ..H. Cell walls are composed of cellulose and some species also contain a matrix of hemicellulose and pectic materials, just like true plants ..I. Classification: two types of green algae characterized by different types of cell division.


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& Prestrud, Pal.A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria / edited by Arve Elvebakk and Pal Prestrud Norsk Polarinstitutt Oslo. Arctic Literature Below you will A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria.

Published as Skrifter by the Norwegian Polar Institute, Oslo.»Official«catalogue of Svalbards vegeatation. guess what. Yes: the Flora of Svalbard. The book uses a botanical key system and is good for you if you have some background. A different introduction to fungi – more elaborate with many pictures; by ASP-net; 21st Century Guide book to fungi; by David Moore, Geoffrey D.

Robson and Anthony P. Trinci (); e-book on general fungi biology; printed version by Cambridge University Press; ISBN: ; Information about fungi on Tree of Life homepage.

A survey of the terrestrial and limnic Svalbard flora of algae and cyanobacteria is made based on the literary records. The list includes species in addition to some insufficiently determined. Some parasitic algae (e.g., the green algae Prototheca and Helicosporidium, parasites of metazoans, or Cephaleuros, parasites of plants) were originally classified as fungi, sporozoans, or protistans of incertae sedis, while others (e.g., the green algae Phyllosiphon and Rhodochytrium, parasites of plants, or the red algae Pterocladiophila and.

A without-prejudice list of generic names of fungi for protection under the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants Article (PDF Available) · December with Reads. Jun 20,  · Hansen JR, Jenneborg JH () Benthic marine algae and cyanobacteria.

In: Elvebakk A, Presterud P (eds) A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria, vol Norsk Polarinst Skr, Oslo, pp – Google ScholarAuthor: Stein Fredriksen, Ulf Karsten, Inka Bartsch, Jana Woelfel, Miriam Koblowsky, Rhena Schumann, Siri Rø. Blue-green algae in soils of specially protected natural territories in the Cis-Ural and Southern Ural regions.

Procedure of Studying Soil Algae: A Text Book (Ufa, ) [in Russian]. “Terrestrial and Limnic Algae and Cyanobacteria,” A Catalogue of Svalbard Plants, Fungi, Algae, and Cyanobacteria, Ed. by A. Elvebakk and P. Prestrud Cited by: 1. Encyclopedia Britannica, Updated forPlants, Algae, and Fungi, is one book in the Britannica Illustrated Science Library Series that covers today's most popular science topics, from digital TV to microchips to touchscreens and beyond.

Perennial subjects in earth science, life science, and physical science are all explored in detail. A Catalogue of Svalbard Plants, Fungi, Algae, and Cyanobacteria. Norsk Polarinstitutt Skrifter, pp. Norsk Polarinstitutt Skrifter, pp. (RLL List # / Rec.

#. Algae, singular alga, members of a group of predominantly aquatic photosynthetic organisms of the kingdom io-holding.com have many types of life cycles, and they range in size from microscopic Micromonas species to giant kelps that reach 60 metres ( feet) in length.

Their photosynthetic pigments are more varied than those of plants, and their cells have features not found among plants. Comparison. There is nothing very similar to this species in the native Svalbard flora.

The most similar may be Trisetum spicatum with a dense, spike-like panicle. However, Trisetum differs in being a tussock plant with hairy culms, in having a dark grey or blackish panicle with little hairs, and 2—4-flowered spikelets where the glumes are shorter than the lemmas.

Dec 23,  · Plants, Algae, and Fungi 1. About the pagination of this eBook Due to the unique page numbering scheme of this book, the electronic pagination of the eBook does not match the pagination of the printed version. To navigate the text, please use the electronic Table of Contents that appears alongside the eBook or the Search function.

Dec 10,  · Plants, Algae and Fungi (Britannica Illustrated Science Library) Hardcover – December 10, by Inc. Encyclopaedia Britannica (Editor) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Price: $ Jun 01,  · Benthic marine algae and cyanobacteria. In: (A. Elvebakk and P.

Presterud, eds.) A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria. Norsk. Polarinst. Skr. – Google Scholar. Hooper, R.G. and A. Whittick The benthic marine algae of the Kaipokok Bay, Makkovik Bay and Big River region of the Central Labrador io-holding.com by: A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria Edited by ARVE ELVEBAKK and PÅL PRESTRUD NORSK POLARINSTITUTT OSLO Cover: Arctic dandelion (Taraxacum arcticum), Sveagruva, Svalbard.

The latter book enumerates eight Hebeloma species then known to occur on Svalbard: have been generated from root systems on Svalbard plants. As shown in Table 2, P. Prestrud (Eds.), A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria.

Norsk Polarinstitutt Skrifter, Vol.Norsk Polarinstitutt, Tromsø (), pp. Author: Henry J. Beker, Ursula Eberhardt, Nicole Schütz, Gro Gulden. Dec 01,  · In: Elvebakk A. & Prestrud P. (eds), A catalogue of Svalbard plants, fungi, algae and cyanobacteria, Norsk Polarinstitutt Skrifter Google Scholar [9] Hafellner J.

Cited by: 7. Various articles have reviewed the main active ingredients derived from cyanobacteria and microalgae. Cyanobacteria (formerly known as blue-green algae) are found in a variety of habitats as they can grow in freshwater and saltwater, as well as in marine io-holding.com by:.

Plants chapter of the Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA), a report containing the best available science informed by traditional ecological knowledge on the status and trends of Arctic biodiversity and accompanying policy recommendations for biodiversity conservation.Germinability of arctic plants is high in perceived optimal conditions but low in the field.

Eike Müller, a b Elisabeth J. Cooper, b Inger Greve Alsos a c. a The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS), Post Office BoxNO Longyearbyen, io-holding.com by: The concept of cryophilic fungi is defined as fungi that are present in the cryosphere, complete their lifecycles (sexual and/or asexual reproduction), and grow at subzero temperatures where water remains in the solid state such as snow and ice.

The concept of cryophilic fungi also applies to unculturable fungi such as arbuscular mycorrhizal io-holding.com by: