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    1. Lurling, M
      Grazing-associated infochemicals induce colony formation in the green algaScenedesmus

      PROTIST
    2. Hader, DP; Lebert, M; Helbling, EW
      Effects of solar radiation on the Patagonian macroalga Enteromorpha linza (L.) J. Agardh Chlorophyceae

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    3. Bajguz, A; Koronka, A
      Effect of ecdysone application on the growth and biochemical changes in Chlorella vulgaris cells

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Ustinova, I; Krienitz, L; Huss, VAR
      Closteriopsis acicularis (G. M. Smith) Belcher et Swale is a fusiform algaclosely related to Chlorella kessleri Fott et Novakova (Chlorophyta, Trebouxiophyceae)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    5. Ali, MS; Saleem, M; Ahmad, VU; Shameel, S
      Phytol and glycerol derivatives from the marine green alga Codium iyengarii of the Karachi coast (Arabian Sea)

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG SECTION B-A JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES
    6. Mendes-Pinto, MM; Raposo, MFJ; Bowen, J; Young, AJ; Morais, R
      Evaluation of different cell disruption processes on encysted cells of Haematococcus pluvialis: effects on astaxanthin recovery and implications for bio-availability

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    7. Tam, NFY; Wong, JPK; Wong, YS
      Repeated use of two Chlorella species, C-vulgaris and WW1 for cyclic nickel biosorption

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    8. Egan, S; James, S; Holmstrom, C; Kjelleberg, S
      Inhibition of algal spore germination by the marine bacterium Pseudoalteromonas tunicata

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    9. Nixdorf, B; Fyson, A; Krumbeck, H
      Review: plant life in extremely acidic waters

      ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY
    10. Lurling, A; Von Elert, E
      Colony formation in Scenedesmus: No contribution of urea in induction by alipophilic Daphnia exudate

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    11. Coleman, AW
      Biogeography and speciation in the Pandorina/Volvulina (Chlorophyta) superclade

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    12. Ling, HU
      Snow algae of the Windmill Islands, continental Antarctica: Desmotetra aureospora, sp nov and D-antarctica, comb. nov (Chlorophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    13. Randhawa, VK; Zhou, FZ; Jin, XL; Nalewajko, C; Kushner, DJ
      Role of oxidative stress and thiol antioxidant enzymes in nickel toxicity and resistance in strains of the green alga Scenedesmus acutus f. alternans

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    14. Bajguz, A
      Effect of brassinosteroids on nucleic acids and protein content in cultured cells of Chlorella vulgaris

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    15. Bajguz, A
      Blockade of heavy metals accumulation in Chlorella vulgaris cells by 24-epibrassinolide

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. Islam, AKMN; Irfanullah, HM
      New records of eleven algal taxa for Bangladesh

      BANGLADESH JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    17. Ashen, JB; Goff, LJ
      Molecular and ecological evidence for species specificity and coevolution in a group of marine algal-bacterial symbioses

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Franqueira, D; Orosa, M; Torres, E; Herrero, C; Cid, A
      Potential use of flow cytometry in toxicity studies with microalgae

      SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT
    19. Litchman, E
      Growth rates of phytoplankton under fluctuating light

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    20. Istvanovics, V; Shafik, HM; Presing, M; Juhos, S
      Growth and phosphate uptake kinetics of the cyanobacterium, Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii (Cyanophyceae) in throughflow cultures

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    21. Uutela, A; Sarjeant, WAS
      The Ordovician acritarch genera Tranvikium and Ampullula: their relationship and taxonomy

      REVIEW OF PALAEOBOTANY AND PALYNOLOGY
    22. Allard, B; Templier, J
      Comparison of neutral lipid profile of various trilaminar outer cell wall (TLS)-containing microalgae with emphasis on algaenan occurrence

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    23. Rager, MN; Metzger, P
      Six novel tetraterpenoid ethers, lycopanerols B-G, and some other constituents from the green microalga Botryococcus braunii

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    24. Phillips, KA; Fawley, MW
      Diversity of coccoid algae in shallow lakes during winter

      PHYCOLOGIA
    25. Lurling, M; Van Donk, E
      Grazer-induced colony formation in Scenedesmus: are there costs to being colonial?

      OIKOS
    26. Joux-Arab, L; Berthet, B; Robert, JM
      Do toxicity and accumulation of copper change during size reduction in themarine pennate diatom Haslea ostrearia?

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    27. De Jong, YSDM; Lokhorst, GM; Kruijer, JD
      Genealogy in Microspora (Chlorophyceae)

      BLUMEA
    28. Jahnke, LS
      Massive carotenoid accumulation in Dunaliella bardawil induced by ultraviolet-A radiation

      JOURNAL OF PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY B-BIOLOGY
    29. Mendoza, H; Martel, A; del Rio, MJ; Reina, GG
      Oleic acid is the main fatty acid related with carotenogenesis in Dunaliella salina

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    30. Miravalles, AB; Leonardi, PI
      Optimization of culture conditions of an Argentine strain of Dunaliella salina (Chlorophyta), for the synthesis of beta-carotene

      WOCMAP-2: SECOND WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS FOR HUMANWELFARE, PROCEEDINGS
    31. Gelin, F; Volkman, JK; Largeau, C; Derenne, S; Damste, JSS; De Leeuw, JW
      Distribution of aliphatic, nonhydrolyzable biopolymers in marine microalgae

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    32. Arouri, K; Greenwood, PF; Walter, MR
      A possible chlorophycean affinity of some Neoproterozoic acritarchs

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    33. Franqueira, D; Cid, A; Torres, E; Orosa, M; Herrero, C
      A comparison of the relative sensitivity of structural and functional cellular responses in the alga Chlamydomonas eugametos exposed to the herbicideparaquat

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    34. Renaud, SM; Thinh, LV; Parry, DL
      The gross chemical composition and fatty acid composition of 18 species oftropical Australian microalgae for possible use in mariculture

      AQUACULTURE
    35. Lein, TE; Bruntse, G; Gunnarsson, K; Nielsen, R
      New records of benthic marine algae for Norway, with notes on some rare species from the Floro district, western Norway

      SARSIA
    36. Kaeffer, B; Benard, C; Lahaye, M; Blottiere, HM; Cherbut, C
      Biological properties of ulvan, a new source of green seaweed sulfated polysaccharides, on cultured normal and cancerous colonic epithelial tells

      PLANTA MEDICA
    37. Fauconnot, L; Nugier-Chauvin, C; Noiret, N; Poulain, S; Patin, H
      Regio- and enantioselective oxidation of thiaoleic acids by an algal Delta12-desaturase

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    38. Bertheas, O; Metzger, P; Largeau, C
      A high molecular weight complex lipid, aliphatic polyaldehyde tetraterpenediol polyacetal from Botryococcus braunii (L race)

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    39. Wiltshire, KH; Lampert, W
      Urea excretion by Daphnia: A colony-inducing factor in Scenedesmus?

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    40. Volkman, JK; Barrett, SM; Blackburn, SI
      Fatty acids and hydroxy fatty acids in three species of freshwater eustigmatophytes

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    41. Rodriguez, MC; Noseda, MD; Cerezo, AS
      The fibrillar polysaccharides and their linkage to algaenan in the trilaminar layer of the cell wall of Coelastrum sphaericum (Chlorophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    42. Vioque, J; Sirakova, T; Kolattukudy, PE
      The malate dehydrogenase gene from Botryococcus braunii (Chlorophyta, Chlorophyceae): Cloning, sequence analysis, and expression in Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    43. Andreoli, C; Bresciani, E; Moro, I; Scarabel, L; La Rocca, N; Dalla Valle, L; Ghion, F
      A survey on a persistent greenish bloom in the Comacchio lagoons (Ferrara,Italy)

      BOTANICA MARINA
    44. Hindak, F; Hindakova, A
      Pseudendoclonium - stages of Stigeoclonium exhibited on planktic Daphnia

      BIOLOGIA
    45. Jaenicke, L
      Clara Hamburger and Dunaliella salina Teodoresco - a case study from the first half of the XXth century

      PROTIST
    46. VADSTEIN O
      EVALUATION OF COMPETITIVE ABILITY OF 2 HETEROTROPHIC PLANKTONIC BACTERIA UNDER PHOSPHORUS LIMITATION

      Aquatic microbial ecology
    47. Beakes, GW; Cleary, AL
      Visualization of plastids and lipophilic components in living colonies of a wild strain of the hydrocarbon-forming green alga Botryococcus by laser scanning confocal microscopy

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYCOLOGY
    48. TONEGAWA I; OKADA S; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      PIGMENT COMPOSITION OF THE GREEN MICROALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII KAWAGUCHI-1

      Fisheries science
    49. KHALIQUZZAMAN SM; SHAMEEL S; SHAMEEL M; LEGHARI SM; AHMAD VU
      BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS IN CHARA-CORALLINA VAR. WALLICHII (A. BR.) WOOD,R.D. (CHAROPHYTA)

      Pakistan journal of botany
    50. HU Q; KURANO N; KAWACHI M; IWASAKI I; MIYACHI S
      ULTRAHIGH-CELL-DENSITY CULTURE OF A MARINE GREEN-ALGA CHLOROCOCCUM-LITTORALE IN A FLAT-PLATE PHOTOBIOREACTOR

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    51. ALLARD B; TEMPLIER J; LARGEAU C
      AN IMPROVED METHOD FOR THE ISOLATION OF ARTIFACT-FREE ALGAENANS FROM MICROALGAE

      Organic geochemistry
    52. Blokker, P; Schouten, S; Van den Ende, H; De Leeuw, JW; Hatcher, PG; Damste, JSS
      Chemical structure of algaenans from the fresh water algae Tetraedron minimum, Scenedesmus communis and Pediastrum boryanum

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    53. STUART V; SATHYENDRANATH S; PLATT T; MAASS H; IRWIN BD
      PIGMENTS AND SPECIES COMPOSITION OF NATURAL PHYTOPLANKTON POPULATIONS- EFFECT ON THE ABSORPTION-SPECTRA

      Journal of plankton research
    54. MCLARNONRICHES CJ; ROLPH CE; GREENWAY DLA; ROBINSON PK
      EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS AND METALS ON SELENASTRUM-CAPRICORNUTUM LIPIDS

      Phytochemistry
    55. XU XQ; BEARDALL J; HALLAM ND
      MODIFICATION OF FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION IN HALOPHILIC ANTARCTIC MICROALGAE

      Phytochemistry
    56. FAUCONNOT L; NUGIERCHAUVIN C; NOIRET N; POULAIN S; PATIN H
      SULFOXIDATION OF 13-THIAOLEIC ACID BY A DESATURASE-ACTIVE ALGA

      Phytochemistry
    57. OKADA S; TONEGAWA I; MATSUDA H; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      BOTRYOXANTHIN-B AND ALPHA-BOTRYOXANTHIN-A FROM THE GREEN MICROALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII KAWAGUCHI-1

      Phytochemistry
    58. LARNED ST
      NITROGEN-LIMITED VERSUS PHOSPHORUS-LIMITED GROWTH AND SOURCES OF NUTRIENTS FOR CORAL-REEF MACROALGAE

      Marine Biology
    59. KRISHNA KB; MOHANTY P
      SECONDARY CAROTENOID PRODUCTION IN GREEN-ALGAE

      Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research
    60. LEONARDI PI; CACERES EJ; VELEZ CG
      FINE-STRUCTURE OF DWARF MALES IN OEDOGONIUM-PLUVIALE (CHLOROPHYCEAE)

      Journal of phycology
    61. BOOTON GC; FLOYD GL; FUERST PA
      ORIGINS AND AFFINITIES OF THE FILAMENTOUS GREEN ALGAL ORDERS CHAETOPHORALES AND OEDOGONIALES BASED ON 18S RIBOSOMAL-RNA GENE-SEQUENCES

      Journal of phycology
    62. Bertos, NR; Gibbs, SP
      Evidence for a lack of photosystem segregation in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Chlorophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    63. Yamazaki, A; Nakanishi, K; Saga, N
      Axenic tissue culture and morphogenesis in Porphyra yezoensis (Bangiales, Rhodophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    64. NIXDORF B; MISCHKE U; LESSMANN D
      CHRYSOPHYTES AND CHLAMYDOMONADS - PIONEER COLONISTS IN EXTREMELY ACIDIC MINING LAKES (PH-LESS-THAN-3) IN LUSATIA (GERMANY)

      Hydrobiologia
    65. ALIYA R; SHAMEEL M
      PHYCOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON AIR-DRIED MATERIAL OF 5 SPECIES OF CAULERPA (BRYOPSIDOPHYCEAE)

      Botanica marina
    66. HINDAK F
      MORPHOLOGY AND TAXONOMY OF SOME UNICELLULAR CHLOROPHYTES ATTACHED TO PLANKTIC ORGANISMS

      BIOLOGIA
    67. STOYNEVA MP
      ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF PSEUDOKIRCHNERIELLA-DANUBIANA AND P-ROSELATA IN BULGARIA

      BIOLOGIA
    68. STEFKOVA E
      CHLOROPHYTES AND THE CHLOROPHYLL-A CONTENT IN SOME SIDE ARMS OF THE DANUBE RIVER IN SLOVAKIA

      BIOLOGIA
    69. ANTARAMIAN A; FUNES S; VAZQUEZACEVEDO M; ATTEIA A; CORIA R; GONZALEZHALPHEN D
      2 UNUSUAL AMINO-ACID SUBSTITUTIONS IN CYTOCHROME-B OF THE COLORLESS ALGA POLYTOMELLA SPP - CORRELATION WITH THE ATYPICAL SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OF THE B(H) HEME

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print)
    70. GUTIERREZCIRLOS EB; GOMEZLOJERO C; VAZQUEZACEVEDO M; PEREZMARTINEZ X; GONZALEZHALPHEN D
      AN ATYPICAL CYTOCHROME-B IN THE COLORLESS ALGA POLYTOMELLA SPP - THE HIGH-POTENTIAL-B(H) HEME EXHIBITS A DOUBLE TRANSITION IN THE ALPHA-PEAK OF ITS ABSORPTION-SPECTRUM

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    71. Ashen, JB; Goff, LJ
      Galls on the marine red alga Prionitis lanceolata (Halymeniaceae): Specific induction and subsequent development of an algal-bacterial symbiosis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY
    72. BOROWITZKA MA
      MICROALGAE FOR AQUACULTURE - OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS

      Journal of applied phycology
    73. FREYTET Pierre
      Non marine Permian to Holocene algae from France and adjacent countries

      Annales de paléontologie [1982]
    74. NEDELCU AM
      FRAGMENTED AND SCRAMBLED MITOCHONDRIAL RIBOSOMAL-RNA CODING REGIONS AMONG GREEN-ALGAE - A MODEL FOR THEIR ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION

      Molecular biology and evolution
    75. KNAUER K; BEHRA R; SIGG L
      EFFECTS OF FREE CU2-WATER ALGAE( AND ZN2+ IONS ON GROWTH AND METAL ACCUMULATION IN FRESH)

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    76. FRIEDL T
      THE EVOLUTION OF THE GREEN-ALGAE

      Plant systematics and evolution
    77. SOLIDORO C; PECENIK G; PASTRES R; FRANCO D; DEJAK C
      MODELING MACROALGAE (ULVA-RIGIDA) IN THE VENICE LAGOON - MODEL STRUCTURE IDENTIFICATION AND FIRST PARAMETERS ESTIMATION

      Ecological modelling
    78. WILHELM C; KOLZ S; MEYER M; SCHMITT A; ZUBER H; EGELAND ES; LIAAENJENSEN S
      REFINED CAROTENOID ANALYSIS OF THE MAJOR LIGHT-HARVESTING COMPLEX OF MANTONIELLA-SQUAMATA

      Photosynthetica
    79. GELIN F; BOOGERS I; NOORDELOOS AAM; DAMSTE JSS; RIEGMAN R; DELEEUW JW
      RESISTANT BIOMACROMOLECULES IN MARINE MICROALGAE OF THE CLASSES EUSTIGMATOPHYCEAE AND CHLOROPHYCEAE - GEOCHEMICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Organic geochemistry
    80. NALEWAJKO C; COLMAN B; OLAVESON M
      EFFECTS OF PH ON GROWTH, PHOTOSYNTHESIS, RESPIRATION, AND COPPER TOLERANCE OF 3 SCENEDESMUS STRAINS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    81. BROWN MR; JEFFREY SW; VOLKMAN JK; DUNSTAN GA
      NUTRITIONAL PROPERTIES OF MICROALGAE FOR MARICULTURE

      Aquaculture
    82. YAMADA T; HIRAMATSU S; SONGSRI P; FUJIE M
      ALTERNATIVE EXPRESSION OF A CHITOSANASE GENE PRODUCES 2 DIFFERENT PROTEINS IN CELLS INFECTED WITH CHLORELLA VIRUS CVK2

      Virology
    83. KUNZLER K; EICHENBERGER W
      BETAINE LIPIDS AND ZWITTERIONIC PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN PLANTS AND FUNGI

      Phytochemistry
    84. XU XQ; BEARDALL J
      EFFECT OF SALINITY ON FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF A GREEN MICROALGA FROM AN ANTARCTIC HYPERSALINE LAKE

      Phytochemistry
    85. RHO MC; YASUDA K; MATSUNAGA K; OHIZUMI Y
      A MONOGALACTOPYRANOSYL ACYLGLYCEROL FROM OLTMANNSIELLOPSIS-UNICELLULARIS (NIES-359)

      Phytochemistry
    86. METZGER P; POUET Y; SUMMONS R
      CHEMOTAXONOMIC EVIDENCE FOR THE SIMILARITY BETWEEN BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII L RACE AND BOTRYOCOCCUS-NEGLECTUS

      Phytochemistry
    87. DELAHAIS V; METZGER P
      4 POLYMETHYLSQUALENE EPOXIDES AND ONE ACYCLIC TETRATERPENE EPOXIDE FROM BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII

      Phytochemistry
    88. FRIEDL T; REYMOND OL
      ZOOSPORE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE RARE COCCOID GREEN-ALGA PACHYCLADELLA-UMBRINA (CHLOROPHYTA, CHLOROPHYCEAE)

      Nova Hedwigia
    89. LEONARDI PI; CACERES EJ
      LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPE OBSERVATIONS OF THE LIFE-CYCLE OF DUNALIELLA-SALINA (POLYBLEPHARIDACEAE, CHLOROPHYCEAE)

      Nova Hedwigia
    90. LURLING M; VANDONK E
      MORPHOLOGICAL-CHANGES IN SCENEDESMUS INDUCED BY INFOCHEMICALS RELEASED IN-SITU FROM ZOOPLANKTON GRAZERS

      Limnology and oceanography
    91. VERGARA JJ; PEREZLLORENS JL; PERALTA G; HERNANDEZ I; NIELI FX
      SEASONAL-VARIATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PERFORMANCE AND LIGHT ATTENUATION IN ULVA CANOPIES FROM PALMONES RIVER ESTUARY

      Journal of phycology
    92. NIELSEN MV
      GROWTH, DARK RESPIRATION AND PHOTOSYNTHETIC PARAMETERS OF THE COCCOLITHOPHORID EMILIANIA-HUXLEYI (PRYMNESIOPHYCEAE) ACCLIMATED TO DIFFERENTDAY LENGTH-IRRADIANCE COMBINATIONS

      Journal of phycology
    93. HEPPERLE D; KRIENITZ L
      PHACOTUS LENTICULARIS (CHLAMYDOMONADALES, PHACOTACEAE) ZOOSPORES REQUIRE EXTERNAL SUPERSATURATION OF CALCIUM-CARBONATE FOR CALCIFICATION INCULTURE

      Journal of phycology
    94. LOPES PF; OLIVEIRA MC; COLEPICOLO P
      DIURNAL FLUCTUATION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE-ACTIVITY IN THE MARINE RED ALGA GRACILARIA-TENUISTIPITATA (RHODOPHYTA)

      Journal of phycology
    95. GEIMER S; LECHTRECK KF; MELKONIAN M
      THE CYTOSKELETON OF THE NAKED GREEN FLAGELLATE SPERMATOZOPSIS-SIMILIS(CHLOROPHYTA) - ANALYSIS OF ISOLATED BASAL APPARATUSES IN THE PARALLEL CONFIGURATION

      Journal of phycology
    96. HARPER JT; GARBARY DJ
      MARINE-ALGAE OF NORTHERN SENEGAL - THE FLORA AND ITS BIOGEOGRAPHY

      Botanica marina
    97. MORTAINBERTRAND A; ELAMRANI A; DAVAIL S; REY P; SUIRE C; LAMANT A
      PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PLASTIDIAL INORGANIC PYROPHOSPHATASE FROM DUNALIELLA-SALINA

      Plant physiology and biochemistry
    98. MENDOZA H; DELRIO MJ; REINA GG; RAMAZANOV Z
      LOW-TEMPERATURE-INDUCED BETA-CAROTENE AND FATTY-ACID SYNTHESIS, AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL REORGANIZATION OF THE CHLOROPLAST IN DUNALIELLA-SALINA (CHLOROPHYTA)

      European journal of phycology
    99. HEPPERLE D; KRIENITZ L
      THE EXTRACELLULAR CALCIFICATION OF ZOOSPORES OF PHACOTUS-LENTICULARIS(CHLOROPHYTA, CHLAMYDOMONADALES)

      European journal of phycology
    100. SMIT AJ; ROBERTSON BL; DUPREEZ DR
      INFLUENCE OF AMMONIUM-N PULSE CONCENTRATIONS AND FREQUENCY, TANK CONDITION AND NITROGEN STARVATION ON GROWTH-RATE AND BIOCHEMICAL-COMPOSITION OF GRACILARIA-GRACILIS

      Journal of applied phycology


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