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Filamentous freshwater algae offer characteristic problems in ecological studies. Identification is often hampered by the lack of characteristic structures, mostly connected with sexual reproduction.
Two solutions to this problem are given. First, extended sampling in the field...
A short survey of the experimental approach of morphological variability and life cycles of algae is given.
The taxonomical implications of experimental investigations is illustrated with respect to some multi-cellular blue-green, red, brown and green algae.
A number of techniques for the electron microscopical identification of minute flagellate algae are briefly described, and exemplified on scale morphology. The merits and disadvantages of each technique are discussed in relation to the pecularities of the conserved information.
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