Book ID: 42127
Biology of the Red Algae. 1990. (Reprint 2011). illus. X, 528 p. gr8vo. Paper bd.
This volume presents an authoritative review on thestate of knowledge on the biology of the red algae. Written bya group of twenty-six internationally renowned experts, the eighteenchapters range from molecular and cellular to biochemical, physiological, organismal and ecological aspects of this important group of algae. Inthe past fifteen years, research on the red algae has greatly advancedand diversified; new technologies have extended the range of questionsbeing studied and have yielded findings that would have been previouslyunobtainable. This is a much needed reference text for students,researchers, and teachers concerned with aquatic biology, phycology,limnology, oceanography and plant evolution.