ALGAE

1 - Phaeophyta - Brown Algae
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae/Phaeophyta.html
The predominant pigment, in the brown algae, is an accessory pigment - fucexanthin. These organisms range from branched, filamentous forms to giant kelps.

2 - Cyst Structure and Fossil Dinoflagellates
http://www.geo.ucalgary.ca/~macrae/palynology/dinoflagellates/fossil_cysts.html
A presentation which illustrates cyst structure and fossil dinoflagellates.

3 - Dinoflagellate Menagerie
http://www.geo.ucalgary.ca/~macrae/palynology/dinoflagellates/menagerie.html
Presentation of images dinoflagellate fossil cysts.

4 - Harmful Algal Blooms
http://spiff.ucsd.edu/dino.html
General information concerning the development of algal blooms. Additional links are provided.

5 - Algae Gallery
http://chrs1.chem.lsu.edu/~wwwpb/Chapman/algae.html
Algal photographs and micrographs illustrate the beauty of biological complexity.

6 - Kelp Forest
http://aqua.ucsd.edu/SBAM2/sbam_022.html
The rapid growth of the kelp forest provides a wide range of economic products.

7 - Useful Species
http://aqua.ucsd.edu/SBAM2/sbam_022.html
A compilation of algal species and common uses.

8 - Algae, The Forgotten Treasure of Tidal Pools
http://www.sonoma.edu/biology/algae/algae.html
The tide pool provides an opportunity to view a biological microcosm.

9 - Dinoflagellates
http://www.geo.ucalgary.ca/~macrae/palynology/dinoflagellates/dinoflagellates.html
Dinoflagellates are significant primary producers which are also the major organisms associated with the production of red tide toxins.

10 - Phaeophyta: Brown Algae
http://www.sonoma.edu/biology/algae/Brown.html
Temperate waters provide an excellent habitat for the growth of large kelp forests.

11 - Red Algae: Rhodophyta
http://www.sonoma.edu/biology/algae/Red.html
Diversity of habitats include red algae. General characteristics and descriptive images.

12 - Algae: Are There Any Ill Effects?
http://www.science.ubc.ca/~botany/algae/commercial.html
The good and bad attributes associated with algal chemicals.

13 - Laminaria
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae/Laminaria.html
The Irish coast reveals brown algae at low tide.

14 - The Diatom Home Page
http://www.indiana.edu/~diatom/diatom.html
The home page of the Biology Department of the University of Indiana provides general information and images of diatoms. Links to related sites are listed.

15- What Are Algae?
http://www.science.ubc.ca/~botany/algae/whatarealgae.html
A proposed classification system for algae and cyanobacteria.

16 - People's Use of Algae
http://www.science.ubc.ca/~botany/algae/index.html
A discussion of the multitudinous uses of algae is provided by the Botany Department of the University of British Columbia. Additional information is available through links to general characteristics and uses of algae.

17 - BGSU Algal Microscopy and Image Digitization
http://www.bgsu.edu/Departments/biology/algae/Algae_Images.html
Bowling Green State University provides visual information about selected algal samples.

18 - Paleolimnology and Diatom Home Pages
http://www.indiana.edu/~diatom/branch.html
This location includes an examination of paleolimnology and diatoms.

19 - Spirogyra
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae/Spirogyra.html
A general description of the Spirogyra genus.

20 - Dinoflagellate Anatomy
http://www.geo.ucalgary.ca/~macrae/palynology/dinoflagellates/anatomy.
This location provides an indication of the diversity of dinoflagellate forms.

21 - About Red Tide
http://www.marinelab.sarasota.fl.us/~mhenry/WREDTIDE.phtml
The detrimental influences of the red tide and related practical considerations.
Ecological considerations are included.

22 - Protist Image Data
http://megasun.bch.umontreal.ca/protists/gallery.html
Illustrated information about selected genera of protists.

23 - Algae and Seaweed: Some Very Basic Information
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae/Algae.html
Information which will provide a basic algal foundation.

24 - Chlorophyta: Green Algae
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae.Chlorophyta.html
Introductory information can be expanded by linking to additional green algae sites.

25 - Chlamydomonas
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae/Chlamydomonas.html
Chlamydamonas biology can be linked to additional details at related sites.

26 - Ulva
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae/Ulva.html
A common marine alga - sea lettuce is related to the quality of the habitat as influenced by pollution.

27 - Kombu: Eating Kelp
http://www.fatfree.com/foodweb/food/kombu.html
Sea vegetables are a common component of Japanese foods. Components, such as MSG, are noted.

28 - Fucus
http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Algae/Fucus.html
Rockweed in cool, temperate Atlantic rocky habitats.

29 - What Are the Uses and the Useful Substances of Algae?
http://www.science.ubc.ca/~botany/algae/usefulsubstances.html
Fertilizers, food and medicine include the primary areas for the use of algae.

30 - Spirogyra
http://www.mancol.edu/science/biology/plants_new/protoc/spiro.html
A conjugation tube between adjacent strands.

31 - Division Chlorophyta
http://www.mancol.edu./science/biology/plants_new/protoc/chlorop.html
Evolutionary relationships in the green algae as a tool in the understanding of the Chlorophyta.


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