LAHAINA, Maui, Hawaii, April 23, 2012 (ENS ... invasive algae and endangering the health of people swimming and surfing there. The green alga Ulva fasciata covers the ocean floor offshore of Kahekili Beach, Maui, 2004. (Photo by Jennifer Smith courtesy.
She and her colleagues at UH and the University of Washington’s Friday Harbor Laboratories conducted DNA analyses that showed that the species are very different than those found in Hawaii’s shallow ... One is Ulva iliohaha, which refers to the.
“We are pleased the EPA has joined us in fighting Maui County’s illegal use of the Lahaina injection wells,” said Earthjustice staff attorney David Henkin, who represents Hawaii Wildlife Fund, Sierra Club-Maui Group, Surfrider Foundation and West.
The antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of two Hawaiian marine algae (Ulva fasciata and Gracilaria salicornia) were evaluated. Ethanolic extracts of these two algae exhibited intracellular reactive 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl, 2,2'-azino-bis(3.
Alternatively, a series of studies   , show that Caulerpa cactoides and Ulva reticulata ... Bight area. U. fasciata and U. reticulata have appeared at more than 51 sites of depth exceeding 128 m in subtropical region, Hawaii [24.
Four Hawaii community groups recently filed suit under the national Clean Water Act, asking the federal district court to direct Maui County to secure a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit that would set limits on the pollutants that can.
3 Department of Botany, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA.  Kirk ... and UV-B Sensitivity in the Green Alga Ulva Pertusa (Chlorophyceae). Journal of Phycology, 39, 712-721. http://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1529-8817.2003.02155.x  Littler, M.M., Littler.
126_1-126_5 (2011). The theoretical potential yield of Ulva fasciata as a biomass feedstock for fermentative ethanol was found to be about 310 L per tonne, dry weight. U. fasciata has numerous characteristics that render it a suitable mariculture energy crop.
Smith said nutrients may be associated with blooms of the alien red alga Hypnea musciformis and the native sea lettuce alga Ulva fasciata, whose Hawaiian name is limu palahalaha. But maybe not. "Are they more responsive to nutrients? That's an active area.