By D. V. Subba Rao
A thematic quantity with fresh advancements in micro algal study, this publication contains the newest findings particularly to handle how top algal cultures can be used as analogues of ordinary blooms, their application in realizing the ecological ideas and their functions in biotechnology. This set of two volumes could be necessary to researchers in organic oceanography in addition to scientists, complex undergraduate and graduate scholars as a precis of present techniques in physiological ecology.
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