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Metrics details Abstract This study reports variations in thallus size, density, and reproductive phenology in a natural population of underutilized seaweed, Chondracanthus tenellus, at Tateyama in the Pacific coast of Japan from August to October Growth was monitored by measuring the length and weight of thalli. Reproductive efforts were evaluated by counting the number of cystocarps per thallus and carpospores per cystocarp.

Average thallus length sharply dropped in October and gradually increased from November to record the maximum length After the season, thalli were damaged by epiphytic algae, spirobids, and bite marks with increase in temperature. It was suggested that high temperature and low nutrition in summer probably induce weakening of thallus and promote fouling by spirobids and epiphyte which accelerate depletion of C.

Although the population showed a large gametophytic dominance, carposporic gametophytes were found in August to September and May to July with the highest value Maturation of gametophytes probably was induced by long day length or a transition from short to long day. Considering the size and cleanliness of thallus, it is preferable to harvest in April.

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Metrics details Abstract This study reports variations in thallus size, density, and reproductive phenology in a natural population of underutilized seaweed, Chondracanthus tenellus, at Tateyama in the Pacific coast of Japan from August to October Growth was monitored by measuring the length and weight of thalli. Reproductive efforts were evaluated by counting the number of cystocarps per thallus and carpospores per cystocarp. Average thallus length sharply dropped in October and gradually increased from November to record the maximum length After the season, thalli were damaged by epiphytic algae, spirobids, and bite marks with increase in temperature. It was suggested that high temperature and low nutrition in summer probably induce weakening of thallus and promote fouling by spirobids and epiphyte which accelerate depletion of C.

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Kajim Topics Discussed in This Paper. Ocean Science Journal 51 3: Skip to search form Skip to main content. Cultivation of the red alga Chondracanthus chamissoi: Proceedings of the International Seaweed Symposium chondtacanthus Field studies in Chondracanthus chamissoi C. Showing of 9 extracted citations. Catalogue of the benthic marine algae of the Indian Ocean.

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