P1 Biology and ecology of seagrass and algae

P1: Biology and ecology of seagrass and algae

P1-1Emily S. Antonio, and *Hiroshi Mukai: Land-use affects seagrass-dugong community in Davao Gulf, Philippines (Japan)
P1-2*Toru Shimoda, Sayaka Kai, Hideaki Yamada, Kouki Fukuoka, Go Suzuki and Hiroshi Yamashita: The difference in biodiversity of phytal animals on seagrass in subtropical coastal waters with high, intermediate and low nutrients loads (Japan)
P1-3*Napakhwan Whanpetch, Shuko Kato, Kentaro Watanabe, and Masahiro Nakaoka: Spatial and seasonal variation in the seagrass vegetation effect on benthic community in Tokyo Bay, Japan (Japan)
P1-4*Jung-Im Park, Jae-Young Park, Jik-Young Jung, and Min-Ho Son: Seagrass distribution of Jeju Special Self-Governing Province of Korea (Republic of Korea)
P1-5*Sung Joon Song, Hans-Uwe Dahms, Sang Heon Lee, Hyung Soo Noh, and Jong Seong Khim: Crustacea as parasites of macroalga – a review (Republic of Korea)
P1-6*Abu Hena M K, Siddique, M A M, and Saifullah, A S M: Temporal distribution of macro-benthos assemblages in a sub-tropical seagrass Halophila beccarii bed (Malaysia)
P1-7*Masakazu Hori, Hiromori Shimabukuro, Masahiro Nakaoka, Kyosuke Momota, Matthew A. Whalen, Pamela L. Reynolds, and J. Emmett Duffy: Manipulating top-down effects on ecosystem functioning of seagrass beds in southern Japan: a result from Zostera Experimental Network (Japan)
P1-8*Sang Hoon Park, Jong-Hyeob Kim, Seung Hyeon Kim, Jae Woo Kim, Young Kyun Kim, and Kun-Seop Lee: Growth dynamics of Zostera caulescens on the eastern coast of Korea (Republic of Korea)
P1-9*Seung Hyeon Kim, Young Kyun Kim, Jae Woo Kim, Sang Hoon Park, Jong-Hyeob Kim, and Kun-Seop Lee: Recolonization dynamics of Halophila nipponica and Zostera marina in experimentally created gaps on the southern coast of Korea (Republic of Korea)
P1-10Young Kyun Kim, Jong-Hyeob Kim, Seung Hyeon Kim, *Jae Woo Kim, Sang Hoon Park, and Kun-Seop Lee: Assessment of genetic variability of the seagrass Halophila nipponica, recently discovered in temperate coastal waters of Korea, using molecular phylogenetic analysis (Republic of Korea)
P1-11*Yaowaluk Monthum, Bunyaluk Pornpitakchaikul, and Thon Thamrongnawasawat: Abundance of amphipod in different size of algal (Gracilaria fisheri) tufts in Sriracha Bay, Chonburi Province, Thailand (Thailand)

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