2 edition of distribution of epiphytic diatoms in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon found in the catalog.
distribution of epiphytic diatoms in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon
Stephen Paul Main
Written in English
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Littoral diatoms from the Salstone, near Plymouth - Volume 30 Issue 1 - F. Hustedt, A. A. AleemCited by: The biomass, productivity (14 C), and photosynthetic response to light and temperature of eelgrass, Zostera marina L. and its epiphytes was measured in a shallow estuarine system near Beaufort, North Carolina, during The maximum of the biomass (above-ground) was measured in March; this was followed by a general decline throughout the rest of the by:
Este ejemplar incluye los dos números del volumen 20 del año de CICIMAR Oceánides You can read both numbers from vol of CICIMAR Oceánides. The first is the precise distribution of living diatom population needs to be cleared, and then, the second is that the distribution of dead versus live diatoms should be compared. Kosugi () reported a method to distinguish living cells from dead diatom frustules/valves in surface sediment samples, and compared death assemblages with living Cited by:
In the present study, two abundant epiphytic diatom taxa were isolated from the assimilation hairs of the brown macroalga Chordaria flagelliformis collected in the Arctic Kongsfjorden (Spitsbergen, Norway), established as unialgal cultures and their growth rates determined under controlled photon fluence rate and temperature conditions. Using morphological (light and scanning Cited by: DISTRIBUTION OF INTERTIDAL DIATOMS ASSOCIATED WITH SEDIMENTS IN YAQUINA ESTUARY, OREGON DISTRIBUTION OF INTERTIDAL DIATOMS ASSOCIATED WITH SEDIMENTS IN YAQUINA ESTUARY, OREGON Amspoker, Michael C.; McIntire, C. David t)rpartmctu ol Btitany and FUni I'aihuloKy. Oregon Stale Univcnity, Corvallis, Oregon .
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Title: THE DISTRIBUTION OF EPIPHYTIC DIATOMS IN YAQUINA. ESTUARY, OREGON Abstract approved: Redacted for privacy Dr. David McIntire Epiphytic diatom assemblages in the intertidal zone of Yaquina Bay and estuary were obtained from the following host macrophytes: Zostera marina, Fucus evanescens, and species of Enteromorpha, Polysiphonia, and Ulva.
Epiphytic diatom assemblages in the intertidal zone of Yaquina Bay and estuary were obtained from the following host macrophytes: Zostera marina, Fucus evanescens, and species of Enteromorpha, Polysiphonia, and by: 3.
The Distribution of Epiphytic Diatoms in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon (U.S.A.) Main, Stephen P.; McIntire, C. David Introduction reaches a maximum width in Yaquina Bay of 3,2 km in a Epiphytic assemblages of diatoms in coastal waters have northeast-southwest direction across two large tidal flats been reported byCarter(,a f b),Ghazzawi (& ^ Upstream from.
The distribution of epiphytic diatoms in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon Epiphytic diatom assemblages in the intertidal zone of Yaquina\ud Bay and estuary were obtained from the following host macrophytes:\ud Zostera marina, Fucus evanescens, and species of.
Main, S. P., McIntire, C. The distribution of epiphytic diatoms in Yaquina estuary, Oregon (USA) Botanica Marina 17 88 99 CrossRef Google Scholar Mantel, N. The detection of disease clustering and generalized regression approach Cancer Research 27 PubMed Google ScholarCited by: User Scholars Archive Admin has attached MainStephenpdf to The distribution of epiphytic diatoms in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon: August 7th, Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press.
The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Distribution of estuarine diatoms samples from the marine environment of the lower estuary and Yaquina Bay in August and in February and May below MLLW.
During the winter and spring, the estuary was a partly- mixed system (Burt & McAlister, ), and the salinity increased from the surface to the bottom of the by: The spatial and temporal distributions of the epiphytic diatom flora on Thalassia testudinum was described within the Florida Bay estuary and at one Atlantic site east of the Florida Keys over a 1.
of the studies have involved zonal distribution, substrate preference, associations between taxa, and geographic distributions. In Oregon, studies have been concerned with the effects of salinity on the distri-bution of diatoms (Martin, ); epilithic and episamic diatoms (Riznyk, ); distribution of attached diatoms in Yaquina Estuary.
Summer and winter distributional patterns of attached diatoms were investigated in Yaquina Bay and estuary, Oregon. Differences in species composition and diversity of diatom assemblages at selecte Cited by: Epiphytic diatom assemblages in the intertidal zone of Yaquina estuary, Oregon (U.S.A.), were sampled from the host macrophytes: Zostera marina, Fucus evanescens, and species of Enteromorpha.
The distribution of intertidal diatoms associated with the sediments of Yaquina Estuary, Oregon. Abstract. epiphytic\ud and planktonic diatom assemblages.
Species diversity was generally\ud high throughout the intertidal sediments, irrespective of tidal height\ud and. PDF | The epiphytic diatoms growing on seaweeds inhabiting Port Said coast were investigated seasonally during the period from summer to spring | Find, read and cite all the research you.
Abstract Distributional patterns of littoral diatoms in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon (U.S.A.) were related to selected environmental variables. Seven stations located between marine and fresh water were sampled during May and August at four levels in the intertidal region.
Mean species diversity was lowest at marine and fresh-water stations subjected to prolonged periods of desiccation. The. distribution of intertidal diatoms associated with sediments in yaquina estuary, oregon1,2 Michael C. Amspoker and C. David McIntire Journal Cited by: Physiological ecology of the attached diatom assemblages of Yaquina Estuary, Oregon: Progress report: June 1, through Ma [C.
David McIntire] on Author: C. David McIntire. DISTRIBUTIONAL PATTERNS IN ASSEMBLAGES OF ATTACHED DIATOMS FROM YAQUINA ESTUARY, OREGON [McIntire, C David & Overton, W Scott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
DISTRIBUTIONAL PATTERNS IN ASSEMBLAGES OF ATTACHED DIATOMS FROM YAQUINA ESTUARY, OREGON. The composition and distribution of diatom algae inhabiting estuaries and coasts of the subtropical Americas are poorly documented, especially relative to the central role diatoms play in coastal food webs and to their potential utility as sentinels of environmental change in these threatened ecosystems.
Here, we document the distribution of diatoms among the diverse habitat types and Cited by: The distribution of sediment-associated diatoms in Yaquina Estuary was regulated primarily by mean salinity and characteristics of the sediment. Above Yaquina Bay the prominent taxa exhibited overlapping distributions along the salinity gradient to a location in brackish water where the mean salinity was approximately 5°/ by: 2.
Epiphytic diatom assemblages in the intertidal zone of Yaquina estuary, Oregon (U.S.A.), were sampled from the host macrophytes: Zostera marina, Fucus evanescens, and species of. Epiphytic diatoms were collected from both the leaves and internodes of Ruppia maritima in a New Jersey salt marsh during the growing season of the host plant.
Community diversity (H′ and the number of diatom taxa) values were initially high as Ruppia began its growth, but quickly dropped to sustained low levels as vegetative growth of the host ceased and new attachment sites Cited by: The spatial and temporal distributions of the epiphytic diatom flora on Thalassia testudinum was described within the Florida Bay estuary and at one Atlantic site east of the Florida Keys over a 1-year period.
Species of the genus Mastogloia dominated the epiphytic diatom flora (82 out of total species). Nonmetric Multidimensional Scaling (NMDS) and Analysis of Similarity (ANOSIM) revealed Cited by: in Yaquina Bay and estuary, Oregon.
Differences in species composition and diversity of diatom assemblages at selected stations from fresh water just below Elk City, Oregon, to the marine waters of lower Yaquina Bay were related to environmental gradients. A total of 16, diatoms from 30 samples was separated into species and varieties.