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Re-evaluation of green tide-forming species in the Yellow Sea
Algae. 2014;29(4):267-277.     DOI:

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Molecular analysis of green-tide-forming macroalgae in the Yellow Sea
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Effects of temperature and irradiance on photosynthesis and growth of a green-tide-forming species (Ulva linza) in the Yellow Sea
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Ulva diversity in the Yellow Sea during the large-scale green algal blooms in 2008-2009
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Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment on growth and photosynthetic assimilation of carbon in a green tide-forming species (Ulva prolifera) in the Yellow Sea
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Somatic cells serve as a potential propagule bank of Enteromorpha prolifera forming a green tide in the Yellow Sea, China
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Diluted seawater promoted the green tide of Ulva prolifera (Chlorophyta, Ulvales)
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Research on the dissipation of green tide and its influencing factors in the Yellow Sea based on Google Earth Engine
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Comparative Genomics of Pseudomonas sp. Strain SI-3 Associated With Macroalga Ulva prolifera, the Causative Species for Green Tide in the Yellow Sea
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Small-scale early aggregation of green tide macroalgae observed on the Subei Bank, Yellow Sea
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