A selection of articles related to palmata.
Original articles from our library related to the Palmata. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Palmata.
- Dulse: Correspondences
- Rhodymenia palmata Folk Names: Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Water Deity: Power: Lust, Harmony...
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- Microbial Community Analysis of Acropora palmata Mucus Swabs
- Microbial Community Analysis of. Acropora palmata Mucus Swabs, Water and Sediment Samples from Hawksnest. Bay, St.
- White Pox Disease of the Caribbean Elkhorn Coral,Acropora palmata
- palmata, are being decimated by white pox disease, with losses of living cover Severe population declines of A.
- Ocean acidification compromises recruitment success of the
- Nov 23, 2010 of the threatened Caribbean coral Acropora palmata.
- Palmaria palmata (Dulse) as an unusual maritime aetiology of
- Palmaria palmata (dulse) is an edible seaweed known to be very rich in potassium.
- Fragmentation in the branching coral Acropora palmata (Lamarck
- Acropora palmata, a branching coral abundant on shallow reef environments While the survivorship of A.
Suggested News Resources
- Keys sewage killing coral, researchers say
- More than 90 percent of elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) has disappeared throughout the Keys in the past 15 years, the researchers said. It was listed for protection under the US Endangered Species Act in 2006. Rollins biology professor Kathryn P.
- Human Disease Endangers Caribbean Elkhorn Coral
- Kathryn Patterson Sutherland, Sameera Shaban, Jessica L. Joyner, James W. Porter, Erin K.
- Human Wastewater Pinned to Coral Disease
- This week, one example is scientists linking a human pathogen to white pox, a disease responsible for killing large portions of elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) off the coast of the Florida Keys.
- Disease from human sewage is killing Caribbean corals
- Reference: Sutherland, K., Shaban, S., Joyner, J.
- Patógeno en heces humanas está matando a los corales en Florida
- Los investigadores se centraron en el caso de uno de los corales más importantes y más amenazados del Caribe, el coral cuerno de alce (Acropora Palmata).
Suggested Web Resources
- Elkhorn Coral (Acropora palmata) - Office of Protected Resources
- Acropora palmata thicket on Mona Island, Puerto Rico. Andy Bruckner, 1996 Coho salmon painting, Canadian Dept of Fisheries and Oceans Monk seal, C.E.
- Kirengeshoma palmata Koreana Group - YELLOW WAX-BELLS
- In a woodland setting, this perennial can send up stems to six feet when given plenty of moisture.
- Acropora palmata (Elkhorn Coral)
- Acropora palmata. Status_ne_off Status_dd_off Status_lc_off Status_nt_off Status_vu_off Status_en_off Status_cr_on Status_ew_off Status_ex_off.
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