Includes bibliographical references (pages 169-213) and index.
|Statement||Yuriy I. Posudin, Nadiya P. Massjuk, Galyna G. Lilitskaya|
|Contributions||Massjuk, Nadiya P., Lilitskaya, Galyna G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 225 pages :|
|Number of Pages||225|
Photomovement of Dunaliella Teod Book. January ; DOI: / To study photomovement in Dunaliella, a special experimental videomicrography system was developed. It. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Posudin, Yuriy I. Photomovement of Dunaliella Teod. Wiesbaden, [Germany]: Vieweg+Teubner. Photomovement of Dunaliella Teod Photomovement of Dunaliella Teod Photomovement, Volume 1 (Comprehensive Series in Photosciences). Their research has focused on two species of Dunaliella Teod., D. salina Teod. and D. viridis Teod., as the principal organisms investigated. The results of experimental investigations on the critical factors controlling and modulating photomovement are described and include the effects of various abiotic factors and critical aspects of photomovement.
ABSTRACT. Experiments on studying the effect of ultra-violet (UV) radiation on photomovement parameters of two species of green alga of the genus Dunaliella Teod., D. salina Teod. and D. viridis Teod., had demonstrated that the velocity of forward movement of both species does not depend on the intensity and wavelength of UV radiation and duration of the irradiation, which is in contrast to. All the results of our investigation of photomovement of Dunaliella Teod. are reflected in monograph (Posudin et al., ). Characteristics of the Test Species Unialgal cultures of two species of Dunaliella, D. salina Teod. strain №10 and D. viridis Teod. strain №42, from the collection of the N.G. Kholodny Institute of Botany. Photomovement of Dunaliella Teod. Vieweg+Teubner Research. p. This monograph reviews the historical development and current state of the art in the biology of photomovement in algae. Problems in terminology and a logical basis for classification of photomovement in microorganisms are discussed. The research has focused on two. Photomovement of Dunaliella Teod. [Yuriy I Posudin; Nadiya P Massjuk; Galyna G Lilitskaya;] -- In a broad context, the term photomovement encompasses any movement or its alteration induced by light. Photomovement is the result of the photoregulation of movement - which includes an entire.
Culture of Dunaliella cells. Unless otherwise stated, Dunaliella salina (Dunal.) Teod. (strain from the University of Texas Culture Collection, Austin, USA) was grown to a density of about 5 - cells" ml -a (mid-logarithmic phase) in aerated modified ASI Dunaliella salina Teod. and Dunaliella viridis Teod. are very interesting from scientific and practical points of view in that they represent models for studying mechanisms of tolerance to extreme conditions of salinity, temperature, and pH. Identifying the genes that encode proteins responsible for the species remarkable tolerance to extreme conditions may facilitate increasing resistance to these conditions in . Culture of Dunaliella cells. Unless otherwise stated, Dunaliella salina (Dunal.) Teod. (strain from the University of Texas Culture Collection, Austin, USA) was grown to a density of about 5 cells- ml (mid-logarithmic phase) in aerated modified AS medium . Photomovement measurements were carried out with swarmers of the brown algae Scytosiphon lomentaria (Lyngb.) Link and Petalonia fascia (O. F. Müll.) as a function of irradiance direction, photon irradiance, spectral composition and ultraviolet radiation (UVR, λ=– nm) rs from both species showed similar photomovement patterns: negative phototaxis occurred under photon Cited by: