Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island

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  • Author : Antoninovich Eduard Titlyanov
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 254 pages
  • ISBN : 0128119640
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Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island

Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island
  • Author : Antoninovich Eduard Titlyanov,Viktorovna Tamara Titlyanova,Xiubao Li,Hui Huang
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 18 November 2016
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Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island summarizes the literature on the role and use of marine plants in coral reef ecosystems, especially in China and countries in the Asia-Pacific Region. The first chapter of the book focuses on the description of coral reef ecosystems, their architecture, and status of Hainan coral reefs. The second chapter focuses on common knowledge surrounding marine plants, such as their classification, identifying characteristics of different phyla, morphology, reproduction, life forms, main algal communities on

Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island

Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island
  • Author : Antoninovich Eduard Titlyanov,Viktorovna Tamara Titlyanova,Hui Huang,Xiubao Li
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 11 November 2016
GET THIS BOOK Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island

Coral Reef Marine Plants of Hainan Island summarizes the literature on the role and use of marine plants in coral reef ecosystems, especially in China and countries in the Asia-Pacific Region. The first chapter of the book focuses on the description of coral reef ecosystems, their architecture, and status of Hainan coral reefs. The second chapter focuses on common knowledge surrounding marine plants, such as their classification, identifying characteristics of different phyla, morphology, reproduction, life forms, main algal communities on

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