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Effect of solar irradiances on growth and pigmentation of Antarctic red algae, Kallymenia antarctica and Palmaria decipiens / Taejun Han, Young-Seok Han, Minsoo Lee, Jin-Hee Park, Man-Gi Cho, Jae-Gun Koo, Sung-Ho Kang.

Title: Effect of solar irradiances on growth and pigmentation of Antarctic red algae, Kallymenia antarctica and Palmaria decipiens / Taejun Han, Young-Seok Han, Minsoo Lee, Jin-Hee Park, Man-Gi Cho, Jae-Gun Koo, Sung-Ho Kang.
Author(s): Han, Taejun.
Han, Young-Seok.
Lee, Minsoo.
Park, Jin-Hee.
Cho, Man-Gi.
Koo, Jae-Gun.
Kang, Sung-Ho.
Date: 2003.
In: Ocean and Polar Research. (2003.), Vol. 25(4) (2003)
Abstract: Describes growth and pigment responses to different levels of solar radiation with or without ultraviolet UV-B component in rhodophytes collected around King George Island, South Shetland Islands, during summer 2000. Kallymenia antarctica showed decreased growth rates with increasing solar irradiances, and more pronounced reduction in chlorophyll concentrations in presence of UV-B. Palmaria decipiens was relatively insensitive to effects of light, and had relatively higher amounts of UV-absorbing pigments. Presence or absence of UV-B had no significant effect on growth for either species. Discusses relative tolerance to high levels of solar radiation in relation to absence of Kallymenia antarctica in eulittoral, and wide vertical distribution of Palmaria decipiens from rock pools down to 25-30 m.
Notes:

Ocean and Polar Research. Vol. 25(4) :427-435 (2003).

Keywords: 58 -- Botany.
582.26 -- Algae.
582.273 -- Rhodophyceae: Kallymenia antarctica.
582.273 -- Rhodophyceae: Palmaria decipiens.
58.03/.05 -- Plants, influence of physical environment.
58.035 -- Plants, influence of light.
551.521.63 -- Ultraviolet radiation.
581.143 -- Growth, botany.
581.132 -- Photosynthesis.
574.5 -- Marine and freshwater ecology.
577.1 -- Biochemistry.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1978 Korean Antarctic Research Program.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 2000 KARP.
G -- Botany.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*726) -- Maritime Antarctic.
(*726.1) -- South Shetland Islands.
(*726.14) -- King George Island group.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
(*82) -- South Atlantic Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 168033

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