10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CYSTOCARP»
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Biology of the Red Algae
The morphological manifestation of this nutrient- driven interaction between
gametophyte and carposporophyte generations is the structure known as the
cystocarp. The term "cystocarp" was first proposed by Kiitzing (1843, p. 100) as a
Kathleen M. Cole, Robert G. Sheath, 1990
A Text-Book of Botany: Morphological and Physiological
The spores arise in the centre of this pericarp as outgrowths of the central cell,
the cells of the trichophore not participating in their formation. The trichophore is
pressed aside by the cystocarp (B, b, tg), and hence at a later period the
Julius Sachs, Alfred W. Bennett, W. T. Thiselton Dyer, 2011
Supplemental report for the red algal sexual reproduction ...
training videotape Center for Environmental Research Information (U.S.),
Environmental Research Laboratory (Narragansett, R.I.). ostiole A young branch
vs. an immature cystocarp (Short-term Methods manual, p. 286). An aborted
Center for Environmental Research Information (U.S.), Environmental Research Laboratory (Narragansett, R.I.), 1990
Major Ion Toxicity in Membrane Concentrate
Algae branch tips in the control treatment produced an average of 1 1.2
cystocarps/branch tip and showed no signs of degeneration. Mean cystocarp
production met the limit of 10 cystocarps/branch tip specified by the protocol (
Algae, Fungi, Lichens, Microbiology, Plant Pathology, ...
Exercise 4 Object : Study of cystocarp. Work procedure Mount a few filaments
with cystocarp, stain in safranin, mount in glycerine and study. Comments 1.
Cystocarp is a post-fertilization product. The thallus bearing this structure forms a
Ashok M. Bendre, Ashok Kumar, 2010
University Botany I : (Algae, Fungi, Bryophyta And Pteridophyta)
This placental cell, gonimoblast filaments, with carposporangia and the
surrounding sheath or pericarp is called 'cystocarp', (Carposporophyte) (Fig. 6.5).
It is a partly haploid and a partly diploid structure. Cystocarp : The cystocarps are
Cryptogams: Algae, Bryophyta and Pterldophyta
Give an illustrated account of the cystocarp formation in Polysiphonia. [Hint : See
section 14.7(B)] Q. 2. Give a diagrammatic representation of the life-cycle of
Polysiphonia illustrating the relative lengths of the haploid and diploid phases.
a treatsie on the british freshwater alge
The result of the fertilization of the carpogonium is the development of a
fructification known as a cystocarp (or sporocarp), and the different groups of the
Rhodophyceae are characterized by the method of formation of this fructification.
An Introduction to the Study of Algae
which are rich in protoplasm, whilst the sterile envelope of the cystocarp arises
from the third cell. Fig. 145. Scinaiafurcellata. A, carpogonial branch ( X 700). B,
fertilized carpogonium. C, cystocarp ( X 195). D, plant (X 1}). E, antheridia ( X 700
Fundamentals Of Aquatic Toxicology: Effects, Environmental ...
All of these can cause a failure of female plants to produce cystocarps, but toxic
effects on cystocarp formation often seem due to effects on male gametophytes.
Cystocarp formation is Table 7. Comparison of the sensitivity of the standard ...