Recent Trends in Algal Taxonomy: A new title

Vedams Books International vedams at vedamsbooks.com
Fri Nov 19 07:49:11 EST 1999




Dear Colleagues:

A new book entitled "Recent Trends in Algal Taxonomy" has just been
published. Detailed description of this title is appended below.

"The volume is the consolidation of recent trends in the algal taxonomy.
Contributors are specialists in their respective fields and have proposed
various recent taxonomical aspects in the algae. The algal taxonomy has
also been dealt taking into consideration the biochemical,
biotechnological, cytological and ultrastructural aspects. Recent and
emerging trends are dealt for Chlorophyceae, Chrysophyceae, Cyanophyceae,
Rhodophyceae and Marine algae" (publisher's blurb)

Please e-mail vedams at vedamsbooks.com if you wish to acquire this title.
Institutions and faculty members need not prepay.

We have an extensive annotated catalog of books on Algae and Aquatic
Biology at http://www.vedamsbooks.com/algae.htm

We look forward to the pleasure of hearing from you

Sincerely

achal

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Recent Trends in Algal Taxonomy : Vol. I: Taxonomical Issues/Vidyavati and
A.K. Mahato. 1999, 301 p., figs., $49.50 (net. Inclusive of registered
airmail postage and packing). 

	Contents: Foreword. 1. Profile of lipids in algae/T. Ajith Kumar, Oska
National Research Institute, Japan; G.A. Ravishankar, Central Food
Technological Research and L.V. Venkataraman, Sudarshana, India. 2. Nuclear
cytology of algae--a promising adjunct to taxonomy/S.B. Agrawal and B.R.
Chaudhary, Banaras Hindu University, India. 3. Phycotaxonomy in Tamil
Nadu/V. Sankaran, N.G.M. College, India. 4. Recent trends in the taxonomy
of selected chlorococcalean algae/Francis R. Trainor and Eduardo A.
Morales, University of Connecticut, USA. 5. Cladophorales : an overview
over morphotaxonomy vis a vis cytotaxonomy/B.N. Verma, BRA Bihar University
and Vidyavati, Kakatiya University, India. 6. Ultrastructure vs. taxonomy
of desmids/Vidyavati, Kakatiya University, India. 7. Taxonomy of
Zygnemataceae : problems and prospects/A.N. Kargupta, L.N. Mithila
University, India. 8. Taxonomic proposals for systematics of the
Zygnemacean algae/A.K. Mahato, J.R.S. College and Pushpa Mahato, P.T.P.S.
College, India. 9. Taxonomy of Charophyta--trends and perspective/Sandhya
Sinha and Ichha Purak, Ranchi Women's College, India. 10. A reappraisal on
the taxonomy of Lamprothamnium J. GR/S. Bharathan, Pachaiyappa's College,
India. 11. An annotated list and selected bibliography of Indian
Charophyta/H.S. Pundhir and M. Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India. 12.
Recent and emerging trends in Chrysophycean taxonomy/Daniel E. Wujek,
Central Michigan University, USA. 13. A taxonomic appraisal of the genera
Spirulina and Arthrospira/N. Jeeti Bai, Shri A.M.M. Murugappa Chattiar
Research Centre, India. 14. Marine algal taxonomy in India/N. Kaliaperumal,
Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, India. 15. Cytotaxonomical
approach to red algal taxonomy/K. Rama Rao, CSMCRI Marine Algal Research
Station, India. 16. Modern trends in the taxonomy of Gelidiales/M.V.N.
Panikkar and P. Ampili, S.N. College, India. 
	"The volume is the consolidation of recent trends in the algal taxonomy.
Contributors are specialists in their respective fields and have proposed
various recent taxonomical aspects in the algae. The algal taxonomy has
also been dealt taking into consideration the biochemical,
biotechnological, cytological and ultrastructural aspects. Recent and
emerging trends were dealt for Chlorophyceae, Chrysophyceae, Cyanophyceae,
Rhodophyceae and Marine algae. The book should be of great value to
teachers, researchers and students in the field of phycology.
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