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The ecology of Sargassum in Hawaii, with reference to the species in Micronesia
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|Title:||The ecology of Sargassum in Hawaii, with reference to the species in Micronesia|
|Authors:||De Wreede, Robert Edwin|
|Contributors:||Botanical Sciences (department)|
|LC Subject Headings:||Sargassaceae.|
|Abstract:||Species of the marine algal genus Sargassum (Phaeophyta, Sargassaceae) are frequently the most common algae, both in terms of size and standing crop, on tropical and subtropical shallow water substrata. However, a review of the literature revealed confusi|
|Description:||Ph.D. University of Hawaii at Manoa 1973|
Includes bibliographical references.
|Pages/Duration:||xvii [that is, xxvii], 363 leaves : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm|
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Ph.D. - Botanical Sciences|
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