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|Statement||[by] Morton Schwimmer and David Schwimmer.|
|Contributions||Schwimmer, David, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QH275 .S35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 85 p.|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||55011353|
Plants serve as our food. Plants also have numerable healing and health benefits. It goes to reason that plants serve an extremely significant role in the creation of our health: Healthy eating is the best preventative medicine. Numerous edible and medicinal plants can also be used to heal an illness, should we find ourselves in any such a. Protozoan - Protozoan - Ecological and industrial importance of protozoans: Protozoans play important roles in the fertility of soils. By grazing on soil bacteria, they regulate bacterial populations and maintain them in a state of physiological youth—i.e., in the active growing phase. This enhances the rates at which bacteria decompose dead organic matter.
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This well-documented monograph summarizes the current status of knowledge concerning the medical uses of algae and plankton. While the nutritional and medicinal uses of seaweed are reviewed, the greater portion of the book is devoted to the microscopic algae, particular emphasis being placed on the culture and nutritional value of phytoplankton.
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31 Algae in medicine Jai Prakash Keshri1 Abstract: Algae are the chief primary producers of the globe. Besides photosynthesis their role in environment is Size: KB. Plankton is an important food source in aquatic environment. They exist in oceans, lakes, rivers and streams. The most common example of this is an algae, where animals on aquatic environment relys their food to support the food chain.
Plankton lacks any type of self-propelled mobility. The current in the surrounding water propels them. This form of motion. Abstract. Laboratory study has provided a better understanding of the reasons for the variable toxicity of waterblooms of blue-green algae.
At least two toxins, produced by strains of Microcystis aeruginosa and Anabaena flos-aquae, are responsible for acute poisonings of various ia associated with the algae also produce toxins that are responsible for less.
Algae also provides the major source of oxygen to other organisms. During the growing season, algae can absorb and synthesize nutrients and trace metals. Some algae are simple, one-celled and microscopic whereas others are complex, multicellular, and tens of meters in length.
Algae can be found in lakes, oceans, hot vents, and boiling springs. The editors of this book have assembled a group of experts dedicated to the advancement of algae, who will endeavor to bring seaweeds and their role in health and disease prevention to a diverse group of readers. The Biology of Algae by R.A.
Lewin, Phycol. Newsletter The biology of algae is a duty, or a task,Cited by: 4. Algae used as Medicine and Food-A Short Review Saveetha Dental college and hospital No poonamalle high road,Chennai,Tamil Nadu,India.
Abstract: Algae are a very large and diverse group of autotrophic organisms which ranges from unicellular to File Size: KB.This book presents the dynamic role of algae in a sustainable environment.
Two major aspects, namely bioenergy and bioremediation, have been elaborated in various chapter contributed by scientists and teachers from different geographical areas .Plankton, marine and freshwater organisms that, because they are nonmotile or too small or weak to swim against the current, exist in a drifting term plankton is a collective name for all such organisms—including certain algae, bacteria, protozoans, crustaceans, mollusks, and coelenterates, as well as representatives from almost every other phylum of animals.