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Reproduction of Ulvaceous Algae with Special Reference to the Periodic Fruiting : IV. Fruiting on Successive Days and Growth Rate of Ulva pertusa
Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture Kyushu University
Fertile blades of Ulvu pertusa appeared during a neap tide series at Tsuyazaki, as was reported previously. In 1974, however, fertile sporophytes were observed through the series even after they were outnumbered by fertile gametophytes. Each blade liberated swarmers not fortnightly, but several times during a neap tide series, Fruiting on 2 or more successive days was quite common, and 2 blades out of 31 were observed to fruit 5 successive days. Tagging blades with vinyl spaghetti was effectivedoi:10.5109/23868 fatcat:5upg4drasre25ctpb4k5hkm4ra