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Author: Juliet Brodie,Linda M. Maggs
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Seaweeds of the British Isles: Rhodophyta Vol 1 by Juliet Brodie,Linda M. Maggs

Juliet Brodie is Department Leader and Reader at Bath Spa University College and has a special interest in the taxonomy and ecology of red algae. Linda Irvine has over 40 years' experience at the Natural History Museum, London, specialising in algal taxonomy and nomenclature, and was a major contributor to three other books in the series. 0%. 1 star1 star (0%).

Each species description incorporates notes on ecology and distribution and is supported by one or more line illustrations. Keys to aid identification are also included.

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Seaweeds of the British Isles. Part 3B. Bangiophycidae. Brodie, . Maggs, C. A. & John, D. eds. (2007). The green seaweeds of Britain and Ireland. London: British Phycological Society. Bunker, . & Bunker, A. (2010). Ross-on-Wye: Marine Conservation Society. Burrows, E. (1991). Seaweeds of the British Isles. London: British Museum (Natural History). Dixon, P. S. & Irvine, L. (1977).

The publication of the British marine algal flora progresses extremely slowly. In 1953, a plan was accepted to publish such a flora. In 1983, the second part (2A) followed, with t reatments of the Cryptonemiales sensu stricto, the Palmariales and the Rhodymeniales. The Corallinales and Hilden- brandiales, formerly classified in the Cryptonemiales, will be treated in a separate issue (2B)

Personal Name: Brodie, Juliet. Personal Name: Burrows, Elsie M. Corporate Name: British Museum (Natural History). On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Seaweeds of the British Isles : a collaborative project of the British Phycological Society and the British Museum (Natural History).

A general introduction to the Rhodophyta deals with such topics as morphology, reproduction and economic utilization. Each species is then described and illustrated and notes on the ecology and distribution are given.

Pt. 2A. Cryptonemiales (sensu stricto),Palmariales, Rhodymeniales. British Museum (Natural History), London 1983, 115 . 28 Ab. Pres 13 £. Authors. Authors and affiliations.

Juliet BRODIE, Rachel H. WALKER, Christopher WILLIAMSON. amp; Linda M. IRVINE. Natural History Museum, Department of Life Sciences, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, UK. Abstract – Corallina L. is the type genus of the subfamily Corallinoideae (Aresch. and Corallina officinalis L. is the type species of the genus. This name has been applied. In Irvine L. & Chamberlain Y. (ed. Seaweeds of the British Isles Vo. Rhodophyta Pt. 2B. Corallinales, Hildenbrandiales. London: HMSO, 276 p. HAMEL G. & LEMOINE P. (Mme), 1952 −Corallinacées de France et d’Afrique du Nord.

This volume is written by leading authorities in red algae. All subfamilies, genera and species are described, notes on ecology and distribution given, and each named species is illustrated by one or more half-tones or line drawings showing distinctive features. User-friendly keys are provided to enable identification of genera and species. Special features of this volume are the concise but comprehensive and practical introduction and a complete re-evaluation of British Isles taxa in consultation with other international specialists