Blue Green Algal Flora of Alwar (Raj) India

,


Research Article | Published:

Print ISSN : 0970-4078.
Online ISSN : 2229-4473.
Website:www.vegetosindia.org
Pub Email: contact@vegetosindia.org
Doi: 10.5958/2229-4473.2018.00094.0
First Page: 59
Last Page: 61
Views: 1840


Keywords: Algae, Chamaesiphonales, Pleurocapsales and Stigonematales


Abstract


The present treatise reports 7 taxa, representing 5 families from three orders Chamaesiphonales, Pleurocapsales and Stigonematales, collected from district Alwar of Rajasthan State. All of these are first report from Alwar. Whereas, 5 of these are first reports from the State of Rajasthan.

Algae, Chamaesiphonales, Pleurocapsales and Stigonematales


*Get Access

(*Only SPR Members can get full access. Click Here to Apply and get access)

Advertisement

References


  1. Bongale UD and Bharati SG (1980). On the Algal Flora of Cultivated Soils of Karnataka State, India. Phykos 19 (1): 95-109
  2. Chaturvedi UK, Habib I and Pandey UC (1990). Algae of Rohilkhand Division- XI (U.P.) India. Biojournal (2): 247-249
  3. Desikachary TV (1959). Cyanophyta. ICAR, New Delhi.
  4. Gupta RS and Kumar HD (1968). Blue Green Algal Flora of Udaipur & its Neighborhood. Rev Algol 9 (2): 91-103.
  5. Gupta RS (1972). Blue Green Algal Flora of Rajasthan. Nova Hedwigia, 23:481-492
  6. Jain R, Jain PK and Srivastava P (2011). A List of Blue Green Algae of Alwar (Raj.) India – Chroococcales –I. Indian Hydrobiology 13(2): 169-178.
  7. Jain R, Jain PK and Srivastava P (2012). A List of Blue Green Algae of Alwar (Raj.) India – Chroococcales –II. Indian Hydrobiology 15(1): 61-70
  8. Nigam C (1980). Soil Algae & their Biology.  Ph.D. Thesis, Univ. of Jodhpur (Raj.)
  9. Pandey UC and Pandey DC (1982). Additions to the Algal Flora of Allahabad VIII Cyanophyceae. Phycos 21: 76- 79
  10. Prasad BN and Srivastava MN (1986). Some cyanophyceae from Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Phykos 25: 88-96”
  11. Somashekar RK (1984). Contribution to the Algal Flora of River Kapila, Karnataka-I Cyanophyceae & Chlorophyceae. Phykos 23 (1&2) : 78-80.
  12. Srinivasan KS (1946). Ecology and Seasonal Succession of the Marine Algae of Mahabalipuram (Seven Pagodas) Near Madras. J. Indian Bot. Soc. Prof. M.O.P. Iyengar Comm. Vol. 267-278
  13. Srivastav PN and Nigam C (1979 a). Blue Green Algal Flora of Semi Arid Regions. Trans I, dtad ucds 4(2): 22-25.
  14. Srivastav PN & Nigam C (1979 b). Blue Green Algal Flora of Semi Arid Regions .Trans I, dtad ucds 4(2): 22-25.
  15. Subbaramiah K (1972). The Biology of Blue-Green Algae of Sambhar Lake Salt Works, Proc Sym Taxo Bio Blue Green Algae, T.V. Desikachary (ed.). Pp 439-441.

 


Acknowledgements



Author Information


Ritu Jain*
Department of Botany, Kanoria PG Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur
riturajneeshjain@gmail.com
P. K. Jain
Department of Botany, Kanoria PG Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur (Raj.) India