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Publication Date: 1991
' The contents of the book are well arranged and pedagogically written....It is a valuable book for chrysophyte research, especially for those who are working with embarking on the study of scaled chrysophytes. It can also be recommended for scientists engaged in paleolimnological research.' Journal of Paleolimnology, 7:103-105 (1992) ' This book is useful not only for algologists, but we can recommend it without hesitation to hydrobiologists, taxonomits both to zoologists and university teachers. ' Acta Botanica Hungarica, 39:1-2 (1995)Peter Siver is the author of 'The Biology of Mallomonas: Morphology, Taxonomy and Ecology (Developments in Hydrobiology)', published 1991 under ISBN 9780792311669 and ISBN 0792311663.
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