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標題: Studies on the morphotype alternation in Monoraphidium sp (Selenastraceae, Chlorophyta)
作者: Wang, W.L.
Liu, S.L.
Chen, P.C.
關鍵字: chlorophyta
Monoraphidium
morphotype alternation
nutrient
pH
Selenastraceae
temperature
ecomorph expression
cyclomorphosis
scenedesmus
light
phytoplankton
temperature
diatoms
carbon
期刊/報告no:: Cryptogamie Algologie, Volume 26, Issue 3, Page(s) 243-257.
摘要: The green alga Monoraphidium sp., isolated from a pond at Changhua city in Taiwan, was examined for its morphological responses to different environmental factors. The alga exhibited fusiform and spherical cells when cultivated in the laboratory. Three different temperatures (20 degrees C, 25 degrees C and 30 degrees C, adjustments in the initial pH of medium from 6.22 to 9, and replacement of the medium at late-stationary phase on day 25, were tested to determine the factors that affected the morphotype alternation in this green alga. In these physiological experiments, fusiform cells grew flourishingly in fresh medium and transformed into spherical cells in aged medium. Spherical progeny were observed in all physiological experiments. In the temperature experiments, the size of spherical cells at 30 degrees C was significantly larger than that of those at 20 degrees C and 25 degrees C (P < 0.05). Through time, medium alkalization occurred naturally in the temperature experiments. However, temperature and pH were observed to have no significant influence on morphotype-alternation pattern (P > 0.05). Replacing the medium at late-stationary phase resulted in drastic alternation between fusiform and spherical morphotypes. This result suggests that medium content is the major factor influencing morphotype alternation. Based on these experiments and detailed observations, a schematic model of morphotype alternation in Monoraphidium sp. is suggested.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/68624
ISSN: 0181-1568
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