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Transplantation techniques for the seagrass Thalassia testudinum

Anitra Thorhaug

Transplantation techniques for the seagrass Thalassia testudinum

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Published by Information Services, University of Miami Sea Grant Program in Coral Gables, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thalassia testudinum -- Transplanting.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Anitra Thorhaug.
    SeriesTechnical bulletin - University of Miami Sea Grant -- no. 34., Sea Grant technical bulletin -- no. 34.
    ContributionsUniversity of Miami. Sea Grant Program.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH1 .S46 no. 34
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 leaves ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16108978M

    Media in category "Thalassia testudinum" The following 28 files are in this category, out of 28 total. Distribucion de Thalassia testudinum derivate jpg × ; 12 KB.   This plain-looking seagrass helps prevent erosion during hurricanes and serves as food and shelter for marine life. By Sheryl Smith-Rodgers. If you've ever fished the Texas coast, then you've likely encountered submerged beds of turtle grass (Thalassia testudinum), covered with silt and algae. At first glance, those long, broad blades of green. Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Thalassia testudinum Leaf Tissue Nutrients at the Chandeleur Islands, Louisiana, USA Kelly M. Darnell1,2 & Tim J. B. Carruthers1 & Patrick Biber2 & Ioannis Y. Georgiou3 & Thomas C. Michot4 & Ronald G. Boustany5 Received: 4 June /Revised: 24 January /Accepted: 15 February /Published online: 13 March STRESSOR RESPONSE MODEL FOR THE SEAGRASSES, Halodule wrightii and Thalassia testudinum. By Frank J. Mazzotti, Leonard G. Pearlstine, Robert Chamberlain, Tomma Barnes, Kevin Chartier, and Donald DeAngelis. Joint Ecosystem Modeling Laboratory. Technical ReportFile Size: KB.


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Transplantation techniques for the seagrass Thalassia testudinum by Anitra Thorhaug Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Transplantation techniques for the seagrass Thalassia testudinum. [Anitra Thorhaug; University of Miami. Sea Grant Program,; National Sea Grant Program (U.S.),]. Transplantation techniques for the seagrass Thalassia testudinum book Aquaculture, 4() Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands TRANSPLANTATION OF THE SEAGRASS THALASSIA TESTUDINUM KONIG ANITRA THORHAUG Department of Microbiology, School of Medicine, University of Miami, Miami, Fla.

(U.S.A.) (Received July 2, ) INTRODUCTION Transplantation of species is Cited by: Thalassia testudinum, commonly known as turtlegrass, is a species of marine seagrass. It forms meadows in shallow sandy or muddy locations in the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. Thalassia testudinum is a perennial grass growing from a long, jointed rhizome.

The rhizome is buried in the substrate 5 to 10 cm (2 to 4 in) deep, exceptionally Family: Hydrocharitaceae. Seagrass transplantation techniques for habitat restoration include vegetative and seed-based methods.

Seagrass seeds can be collected easily, and sowing seeds is. Thalassia testudinum Banks ex König in a Mexican Caribbean reef lagoon showed considerable differences in leaf length and width between three sampling Cited by: Thalassia testudinum as they begin developing into seedlings while still inside the fruit.

Orth et al. () reported that seedling survival rates vary from year to year, but are typically very low (11%). Distichlis spicata PHOTO CPR Thalassia testudinum inflorescence PHOTO CPR Thalassia testudinum PHOTO CPRFile Size: 1MB. Aquat Bot Williams SL () Thalassia testudinum productivity and grazing by green turtles in a highly disturbed seagrass bed.

Mar Rio1 Zieman JC () Methods for the study of the growth and production of turtle grass, Thalassia testudinum Konig.

THALASSIA TESTUDINUM: Species of Thalassia are the most abundant marine plant in the Caribbean. A flat bladed, dark green sea grass featuring an extensive root system that securely anchors and protects the plants from tidal surge, storms and ocean currents.

The leaves are ribbon-like, about ½ inch wide and often reach heights of up to The first recorded seagrass transplantation took place in Europe in (Rei- Thalassia testudinum forms extensive, slow-recovering beds. Meristem anoxia and sulfide intrusion: A mechanism forThalassia testudinum short shoot mortality in Florida Bay, p.

– In Florida Bay Program and Abstracts: Joint Conference on the Science and Restoration of the Greater Everglades and Florida Bay Ecosystem from Kissimmee to the Keys, Palm Harbor, by: seagrass. They are the first line of defense along much of the world’s coastlines, intercepting pollution that would Posidonia oceanica in the Mediterranean Sea.

Photo by Manu San Félix. harm the ocean. Thalassia testudinum in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Panama. Photo by Tim Carruthers. PLANTING GUIDELINES FOR SEAGRASSES by Ronald C.

Phillips I. INTRODUCTION Seagrasses play an important role in the biological and physical functions of the coastal marine environment.

However, increased coastal engineering activities in the environment have created impacts which adversely affect this productive coastal resource. Thalassia is a marine seagrass genus comprising two known species.

Species. Thalassia hemprichii Asch. - Pacific Turtlegrass (shores of the Western and Central Indo-Pacific) Thalassia testudinum (Banks ex K.D.König) - Caribbean Turtlegrass (Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Bermuda) References.

Guiry, M.D.; Guiry, G.M. Family: Hydrocharitaceae. The biomass and optical properties of seagrass leaf epiphytes were measured to evaluate their potential impact on the photosynthetic performance of the seagrasses Thalassia testudinum Banks ex König (turtlegrass) and Zostera marina L.

(eelgrass). Turtlegrass was obtained from oligotrophic waters near Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas; eelgrass was collected Cited by: Leaf photoacclimatory responses of the tropical seagrass Thalassia testudinum under mesocosm conditions: a mechanistic scaling‐up study Napo M.

Cayabyab Laboratorio de Fotobiología, Unidad Académica Puerto Morelos, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, by:   Cayabyab, N. & Enríquez, S. Leaf photoacclimatory responses of the tropical seagrass Thalassia testudinum under mesocosm conditions.

New Phytol.Cited by: Seagrass beds contribute to oceanic carbonate lime mud production by providing a habitat for a wide variety of calcifying organisms and acting as efficient sediment traps. Here we provide evidence for the direct implication of Thalassia testudinum in the precipitation of aragonite needles.

The crystals are located internally in the cell walls. Thalassia testudinum in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on April 8, Accessed on April 8, Vernacular names [ edit ]. Table 1. ANCOVA results comparing to ΔF/Fm’ versus PAR regression.

coefficients for. Thalassia testudinum. in Florida Bay. Basin. Folger ), and seagrass species composition is dominated by turtlegrass Thalassia testudinum, with lesser amounts of manatee grass Syringodium filiforme and shoal grass Halodule wrightii (Iverson & Bittaker, ).

Seagrass productivity is highly sea-sonal, with leaf biomass and density peaking near g AFDW m −2and leaves. Physiology and Biochemistry of the Tropical Seagrass Thalassia testudinum in Response to Hypersalinity Stress and Labyrinthula sp.

Infection. Stacey Marie Trevathan-Tackett. A thesis submitted to the Department of Biology in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of. Master of Science in Biology. University of North Florida. Our modeling objective was to better define the relationship between a tropical seagrass and water-column and sediment stressors (i.e., light, organic and particle sedimentation, sediment nutrients and sulfides).

The model was developed and optimized for sediments in Thalassia testudinum seagrass beds of Lower Laguna Madre, Texas, USA and is composed. Turtle-grass Thalassia testudinum Banks ex König Description: This sea grass has a horizontal rhizome, buried as much as 25 cm deep in the gives rise to erect, green leaves.

The leaves arise in clusters from short stalks; they are flat, mm wide and may be 30 cm long. Abstract. The effects of in situ light reductions on two species of subtropical seagrasses, Thalassia testudirum (reduced to 14% and 10% of surface irradiance; SI) and Halodule wrightii (reduced to 16% and 13% SI) were examined over a mo period (October September ) in relation to leaf elongation rates, sediment pore-water ammonium, and blade Cited by: that the loss of T.

testudinum may be slowing down and that recovery is possible. Introduction In latefishing guides reported the begin- ning of a large and apparently unprecedented die- off of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum Banks ex K&rig in Florida Bay, Florida (M.

Collins, and R. Photosynthesis, respiration and whole plant carbon budget of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum James W. Fourqurean, Joseph C. Zieman Department oi Environmental Sciences, The University oi Virginia, Charlottesville, VirginiaUSA ABSTRACT: The photosynthesis versus irradiance (P/I) response of the seagrass ThaJassia testudinumFile Size: 3MB.

Large-scale patterns in seagrass (Thalassia testudinum) demographics in south Florida Bradley J. Peterson1 and James W. Fourqurean Department of Biological Sciences and Southeast Environmental Research Center, Florida International. The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information.

The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria. Leaf and canopy scale characterization of the photoprotective response to high-light stress of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum Nadine Schubert, Marıa Florencia Colombo-Pallota, Susana Enrıquez* Laboratorio de Fotobiologıa, Unidad Academica de Sistemas Arrecifales, Puerto Morelos, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar yCited by: Response of a Subtropical Seagrass, Thalassia testudinum, to Salinity Stress using Pulse Amplitude Modulated (PAM) Fluorometry, having been approved in respect to style and intellectual content, is referred to you for judgment.

We have read this thesis and recommend that it be approved. Kelsey Downum Steven s W. Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table Table List of Tables Typical observed light reductions at St. Joseph Bay study site Short shoot densities and aboveground biomass of Thalassia testudinum beds in Gulf of Mexico seagrass studies Daily average photon flux density.

Role of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum as a source of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in coastal south Florida Erik R. Stabenau1,2, Richard G. Zepp1,*,Erich Bartels3, Rod G. Zika2 1Ecosystems Research Division, National Exposure Research Laboratory, US Environmental Protection Agency, College Station Road, Athens, GeorgiaUSA.

Productivity and biomass of Thalassia testudinum as related to water column nutrient availability and epiphyte levels: field observations and experimental studies David A. ~ o r n a s k o*,' ~Brian E. ~ a ~ o i n t e ', * ' Florida Keys Land and Sea Trust, PO Box ,Marathon, Florida ,USA Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution.

Thalassia hemprichii (Hydrocharitales: Hydrocharitaceae) by Cheok Zi Yu,on taxo Identifying seagrasses on the Seagrass-Watch website.

References. Davison, G.W. and P. Ng and Ho Hua Chew, The Singapore Red Data Book: Threatened plants and animals of Singapore. Nature Society (Singapore).

Neuroprotective and antioxidant effects of Thalassia testudinum extract BM, against acrylamide-induced neurotoxicity in mice [Efectos neuroprotectores y antioxidantes del BM extracto obtenido de.

Thalassia testudinum, sobre la neurotoxicidad inducida por acrilamida en ratones] Roberto Menéndez. a#*, Teidy García. a#, Anoland Garateix. on seagrass performance in nature by quantifying the optical limits of photoacclimation for submerged aquatic vegetation pigmented by chlorophylls (Chls) a and b.

Methods Leaf optical properties Ninety-fourThalassia testudinum Banks ex. The influence of community structure on the seagrass Thalassia testudinum was studied in 3 distinct communities: low and high density monocultures, and patches intermixed with Halodule wrightii, in Cockroach Bay, Tampa, Florida.T.

testudinum shoot-specific leaf mass and growth were significantly higher in low density monocultures, and both variables were negatively. T. testudinum shoots from the collection site were used as the CL treatment.

Light availability at the top of the canopy of the sampled meadow was c. % of E s (Enríquez & Pantoja‐Reyes, ).At 5 and 0 cm from the sediment level, the irradiance was reduced to 56% of E s and to 39% of E s, taneous irradiance was measured at the surface Cited by: View seagrass fact sheet-1 from BIO at University of Southeastern Philippines.

Thalassia testudinum in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Panama. Photo by Tim Carruthers. What are. rence of Thalassia testudinum die-off in Florida Bay.

They suggested that the severe depletion of the green turtle Chelonia mydasL., by over-fishing, increased the prevalence of Labyrinthula infection in T. tes-tudinum in the region. Green turtles preferentially feed on T. testudinum by cropping seagrass shoots a.

of a widely distributed seagrass species, Thalassia testudinum, in Florida. Five distinct seagrass beds were sampled for leaf nitrogen, leaf phosphorus, and rhizome carbohydrate content from to All variables displayed marked intra- and inter- regional variation.

Elemental ratios (meanN:P±S.E.) were lowest.STP The Toxicity of Oil and Chemically Dispersed Oil to the Seagrass Thalassia testudinumCited by: Bed Sediments Dominated by Thalassia testudinum and Halodule wrightii Rachel Capps Thalassia testudinum Halodule wrightii Bare P e r c e n t O r g a n i c M a t t e r (%) A A B 0 • N-limitation in seagrass • Higher nitrogen fixation rates .