Algal

  • (adj): Of or relating to alga.

Some articles on algal:

Algae Fuel - Nutrients - Nitrogen
... Nitrogen is a valuable substrate that can be utilized in algal growth ... it has been shown that alterations in nitrogen levels affect lipid content within the algal cells ... when compared to the initial culture, indicating that the algal cells utilized de novo synthesis of fatty acids ...
Sylvanus Wear
... His algal collections were donated by Queen's University of Belfast to the Ulster Museum in 1968 ... His algal collection, made between 1915 and 1917, has now been amalgamated into the main algal herbarium preserved as one entity by the system of marking with a collection ...
Seagrass - Disturbances and Threats
... seagrass leaves and algae fuels increasing algal blooms, resulting in a positive feedback ... This can cause a complete regime shift from seagrass to algal dominance ... also suggests that overfishing of top predators (large predatory fish) could indirectly increase algal growth by reducing grazing control performed by mesograzers such as crustaceans and ...
Cylindrospermopsin - Discovery
... At the time, it was noticed that this outbreak coincided with a severe algal bloom in the local drinking water supply, and soon after the focus turned to the dam in question ... It became apparent that a recent treatment of the algal bloom with copper sulfate caused lysis of the algal cells, releasing a toxin into the water ...
Algal Mat
... An algal mat is a layer of usually filamentous algae on marine or fresh water soft bottoms ... can dry up and leave a thin layer of 'algal' mat and even leave mudcracks behind ... involves the repeated process of wetting (rain), algal production, and redrying of the new deposit ...