British Marine Algae

Some articles on algae, marine, british:

History Of Phycology - Development of Public Awareness
... Books on algae were written by Isabella Gifford (1853) The Marine Botanist.. ... Landsborough (c.1779–1854) A Popular History of British Seaweeds.. ... third edition published in 1857 Louisa Lane Clarke (c.1812–1883) The Common Seaweeds of the British Coast and Channel Islands.. ...

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