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Lunella also grazes C. maschalocarpum but not so severely. With C. maschalocarpum, calculations, based on experimental data, showed that an assimilatory excess is sufficient at any level where the alga is subject to exposure provided desiccation never exceeds 60 %. 7 hr and in those times secondary axes and pinnae would lose 60 % of their water. It is not surprising therefore to find that the uppermost plants are stunted proliferating axes. For the average plant the light compensation point is around 120 ft-c at 15°.

5. hr. 5% is shown in Fig. 7. The important feature here is the loss by the sporelings and the fertile branches. In the case of the latter this is lool 0 I I 10 20 I 30 I 40 I I 50 60 Time, min FIG. 7. H. TABLE 1. EXPOSURE AND WATER LOSS Species Caloglossa leprieurii Gelidium caulacantheum Hormosira bankii Estuarine Mangrove Sheltered and exposed Pool forms Scytothamnus Carpophyllum maschalocarpum Sporeling Adult Carpophyllum plumosum Sporeling Adult Max. 5 — 5-6 Max. water loss, upper limit (%) Probable Min.

Festskr. K. Oscar II, T H E P H Y S I O L O G I C A L E C O L O G Y O F SOME N E W Z E A L A N D SEAWEEDS V. J. CHAPMAN Department of Botany, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand ABSTRACT Studies made in detail upon the ecology and physiology of Hormosira bankii, Carpophyllum maschalocarpum, Carpophyllum plumosum, Scytothamnus australis, Caloglossa leprieurii and Gelidium caulacantheum have begun to show the nature of the factors responsible for determining their upper and lower limits on the shore.

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