By Nadja Ognjanova-rumenova, Kalina Manoylov
"Advances in Phycological reports: Festshrift in honour of Prof. Dobrina Temniskova-Topalova" contains articles via a few of her present and previous scholars, colleagues, collaborators, and acquaintances through the years. This quantity, in occasion of her seventieth birthday, is a set of 25 peer-reviewed learn articles on assorted features of phycology and is meant to mirror her varied educational pursuits and components of workmanship. the subjects lined during this quantity comprise: taxonomy, paleoecology, body structure, and ecology of other algal teams. a lot of the paintings specializes in diatom examine together with new taxonomic descriptions (a new genus Hyalosigma, fourteen new diatom species, and one new combination), dialogue of evolutionary styles, ecology of freshwater species and using diatoms in bioassessment. although, the systematics and body structure of a few different algal teams also are provided. This assortment, a illustration of the numerous methods algae give a contribution to our figuring out of nature, might be of worth to any real "phycologist" within the box in addition to to any organic library.
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Terpsinoë solida. Figs 36-40. Internal valve surface. Fig. 36. Whole valve. Scale bar = 20 µm. Fig. 37. Central area. Scale bar = 2 µm. Figs 38-40. Scale bars = 1 µm. Fig. 38. Poroid areolae with sunken volae and two small pores. Fig. 39. Rimoportula. Fig. 40. Poroid areolae. Figs 41-43. External valve surface. Fig. 41. Valve mantle with vertical rows of areolae and hyaline edge. Scale bar = 10 µm. Figs. 42, 43. Valve mantle with remains of the valvocopula. Scale bars = 5 µm. 50 Species of the genus Terpsinoë Ehrenberg (Bacillariophyta) from the Miocene of Middle Russia 48 44 45 49 46 50 51 47 52 Figs 44-52.
Fourtanier 40 41 42 44 43 45 46 Figs 40-46. Hyalosigma temniskovae-topalovae Strelnikova & Kociolek, SEM. Views showing whole frustule in different positions. Figs 40, 46. General aspect view. Figs 41, 43, 44, 45. Valve face, ends of valve with wide hyaline area. Acute angle of mantle striae is also visible. Fig. 42. View showing central area of valve and “shaped” nature of hyaline area. Figs 40-45. CAS 624813. 38 Two new sigmoid, naviculoid diatoms from the Eocene of Kazakhstan 47 48 49 50 51 Figs 47-51.