LESSONIA TRABECULATA PDF

For this purpose, the subtidal kelp Lessonia trabeculata is considered a model of a bottom kelp community. Temperate rocky intertidal areas are preferred. A new species of Lessonia, L. trabeculata Villouta et Santelices is described from Chile. The two most important characters segregating this new species from all. Lessonia trabeculata Villouta & Santelices, AphiaID. (urn:lsid: :taxname). Classification.

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Laminariales growing in exposed and sheltered habitats. Key references Asensi, A. Wendy Guiry in Guiry, M.

Lessonia trabeculata – Wikipedia

A comparison between two populations of Lessonia trabeculata Phaeophyta: Citing AlgaeBase Cite this lessomia as: World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway.

It seems to have an annual cycle of growth, with the blade elongating fast during the summer, but growth slowing down in the autumn.

The information is from the Literature database. Retrieved 15 June A guide to the seaweed industry. Status of name This name is of an entity that is currently accepted taxonomically. First estimates of productivity in Lessonia trabeculata and Lessonia nigrescens Phaeophyceae, Laminariales from the southeast Pacific. Proceedings of the International Seaweed Trabecuulata Alginate composition of Lessonia trabeculata Phaeophyta: It grows subtidally off the coasts of Peru and northern and central Chile, with the closely related Lessonia nigrescens tending to form a separate zone intertidally.

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Its range extends from Antofagasta to Puerto Montt and lesspnia depth range is between 0. Laminariales, Phaeophytaa new kelp from Chile”. Lessonia trabeculata occurs in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, in the subtidal zone off the coasts of Peru and northern and central Chile.

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Lessonia trabeculata is a species of kelpa brown alga in the genus Lessonia. This page was last edited on 30 Julyat Cryptogamie, Algologie 30 3: Further south in Chile, Durvillaea antarctica becomes the dominant species of kelp. Oceanography and Marine Biology: It is possible to grow this species in the laboratory, and it may be suitable for aquaculturewith the aim of using it to repair damaged stands of kelp.

Lessonia trabeculata Scientific classification Kingdom: Phycological Research 55 1: Views Read Edit View history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This kelp can grow to a length of 2. Retrieved from ” https: Algaebase is sponsored by: Type information Type locality: Thirteenth International Seaweed Symposium: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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Lessonia trabeculata

Illustrated catalogue of types of species historically assigned to Lessonia Laminariales, Phaeophyceae preserved at PC, including a taxonomic study of three South-American species with a description of L. Detailed distribution with sources Click to Load.

Laminariales, Phaeophytaa new kelp from Chile. Early life stages of the South Pacific kelps Lessonia nigrescens and Lessonia trabeculata Laminariales, Phaeophyceae show recovery capacity following exposure to UV radiation Research Note. Type species The type species holotype of the genus Lessonia is Lessonia flavicans Bory.

Lessonia trabeculata Villouta & Santelices :: Algaebase

It is distinguished from all other members of the genus by the presence of trabeculae cross struts in the hollow centres of the traneculata and stipes stemsand by the massive and irregular holdfast by which the kelp is attached to the rocks. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.

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