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Development of a Novel Flow Channel Apparatus and its Use in Testing the Adhesion Strength of Two Common New Zealand Algae
(University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2015)
Adhesives produced by marine organisms are fascinating in that they often possess an ability to adsorb rapidly and robustly to a range of substrates, in a range of environmental conditions and in the presence of significant ...
Phenological, physiological, and ecological factors affecting the epiphyte Notheia anomala and its obligate host Hormosira banksii
(University of Canterbury, 2017)
Notheia anomala is an obligate epiphyte commonly found on the abundant habitat-forming alga Hormosira banksii in intertidal areas throughout temperate Australasia. The tight co-evolved relationship between these species ...