laminaria saccharina habitat

Bassindale, R., Ebling, F.J., Kitching, J.A. Constant artificial light may affect the reproductive cues, development of gametophytes etc, but no evidence was found. Peteiro, C. & Freire, O., 2013. Moore & R. Seed), pp. Markham, J.W. Physiological responses of Ecklonia radiata (Laminariales) to a latitudinal gradient in ocean temperature. For the gametophytes and young sporophytes of Saccharina latissima, the upper temperature tolerance is 22°C with exceptions including the growth of gametophytes in Long Island Sound at 23°C (Lee & Brinkhuis, 1988). There is some evidence to suggest that blade growth in Delesseria sanguinea is delayed until ambient sea temperatures fall below 13°C, although blade growth is likely to be intrinsically linked to gametangia development (see Kain, 1987). Physiology of Laminaria. this may explain why most records occur in Scottish waters. Saccharina latissima) was the most potent in terms of anti-inflammatory, anticoagulant, antiadhesive and antiangiogenic activities . A view of the genus Laminaria. Under laboratory conditions chronic exposure to 5°C, after being maintained at 15°C, resulted in the adult sporophytes stage requiring a higher photon fluence rate to maintain net and light-saturated photosynthesis (studied as Laminaria saccharina, Davison et al., 1991). In addition, Birkett et al. Laminaria saccharina and marine pollution in North-East England. The sensitivity of this species therefore relies on the current sea temperatures of the specific location (Bartsch, 2013). 89. Krumhansl & Scheibling (2011) also found negative effects in growth in conjunction with increasing temperatures, however they also highlighted the role which ephiphytic loading enhances blade tissue loss (Andersen et al., 2013). It is chiefly found in the northern Pacific Ocean and the northern Atlantic Ocean at depths from 8 m to 30 m. Growth rates for sporophytes are greatest between 10-15°C, with tissue growth occurring from March to November (7 m depth, Bolton & Lüning, 1982, Nielsen et al., 2014). In Biology of the Red Algae, (ed. In conditions of low summer temperatures, both Saccharina latissima and Laminaria digitata have been documented as occurring in sheltered bays at the inner Porsangerfjord, North Norway, where the stands are completely drained at low tide (Sivertsen & Bjorge, 2015), suggesting that unique exceptions do exist in relation to this pressure, but are not the norm and are mediated by other environmental factors, e.g. Juvenile sporophytes of Saccharina latissima can survive salinities of 13 for 3 weeks however, at 10 psu the juveniles become severely stressed and the majority die (Spurkland & Iken, 2011a). [14] ) may indicate reproductive synchrony among adjacent populations. Kelp Bed Dynamics in Estuarine Environments in Subarctic Alaska. The red algae community may survive long-term increase in 2°C but may suffer mortality from short-term change by 5°C, especially if the resultant temperature exceeded 27°C. Without competition from other kelp species, Saccharina latissima populations increase their biomass within two years, while its density decreases (Mikhaylova, 1999). nov., a marine bacterium that is the causative agent of red spot disease of Laminaria japonica. Growth in Laminaria saccharina (L.) Lamour. Marine Biology Research, 8 (4), 309-321. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 106, 22341-22345. Botanica Marina, 49 (4), 315-330. (See Connor et al., 2004; JNCC). This biotope occurs in areas sheltered from wave action and strong water currents. Journal of Phycology, 49 (4), 689-700. Spatial and temporal patterns of recovery of low intertidal Laminaria digitata after experimental spring and autumn removal. Marine Biodiversity Records, 7, e93. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 82 (2), 207-220. Spurkland, T. & Iken, K., 2011b. Water motion, marine macroalgal physiology, and production. Increases in the levels of suspended sediment were found to reduce growth rates in Saccharina latissima (studied as Laminaria saccharina) by 20% (Lyngby & Mortensen, 1996). This page was created by Jan Holmes on 1/6/07. At the extremes of Laminaria digitata’s salinity tolerance, decreases in photosynthetic rates are evident, particularly at low salinities (Gordillo et al., 2002). While Saccharina latissima is usually permanently attached to the substratum, Burrows (1958) suggests that re-attachment to the substratum after dislodgement is possible with individuals regrowing hapteron branches. Resistance to this pressure is considered ‘Low’ as removal of the structuring species would significantly alter the character of the biotope. Smale, D.A., Burrows, M.T., Moore, P., O'Connor, N. & Hawkins, S.J., 2013. The occurrence of Saccharina latissima and therefore this biotope can be predicted by the level of wave action experienced by a location (Bekkby & Moy, 2011). Temperature is a major factor affecting growth in Saccharina latissima, with decreased growth rates evidence above 16°C, and 50-70%  growth reduction at 20°C (Bolton & Lüning, 1982). However, after removal of sewage pollution in the Firth of Forth, Laminaria digitata became abundant on rocky shores from which they had previously been absent. While colonization of young Laminaria sporophytes may occur soon after initial growth (1 year), the return of the biotope to its original biological functioning takes longer. Morrell, S.L. Decreases in suspended solids are initially likely to increase photosynthesis and productivity of Saccharina latissima. This pressure is Not assessed but evidence is presented where available. Mikhaylova, T.A., 1999. Strong, J.A. & Volse, L., 1978. & Wiencke, C., 2009. Saccharina latissima species has been noted as one of the first algal species to recolonize to disturbed substratum. of fin fish) or indirect elimination of the kelp canopy, leads to an urchin population increase which, unchecked by predation may result in the formation of barrens and the loss of the biotope (Bernstein et al. Removal of the urchin’s predators through direct harvesting (e.g. (20/05/2015). Using genetic tools for sustainable management of kelps: a literature review and the example of Laminaria digitata. Not relevant – this pressure is considered applicable to mobile species, e.g. Laminaria hyperborea. This morphological plasticity is evident during the spore stage; because of this it is suggested that if wave height is increased or decreased the kelp will adapt morphologically over time to optimise its survival in the new environment. Sensitivity of Intertidal Benthic Habitats to Impacts Caused by Access to Fishing Grounds. Resilience to this pressure is probably ‘Medium’. In Nova Scotia Codium fragile competes successfully with native kelps for space including Laminaria digitata, by exploiting gaps within the kelp beds. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology, 48 (3), 769-774. Kirst, G., 1990. Seasonal light and temperature interaction effects on development of Laminaria saccharina (Phaeophyta) gametophytes and juvenile sporophytes. The ecology of the Lough Ine rapids with special reference to water currents. Lüning (1990) reports optimal growth in Delesseria sanguinea between 10 -15°C and optimal photosynthesis at 20°C. Delessaria sanguinea is recorded from moderately strong to weak tidal flows. Detrital subsidy from subtidal kelp beds is altered by the invasive green alga Codium fragile ssp fragile. The genus Laminaria sensu lato: recent insights and developments. In Arctic kelp, decreases in Saccharina latissima growth were associated with decreasing salinity (Spurkland & Iken 2011a). shading) may be detrimental. Reduced oxygen levels are likely to inhibit photosynthesis and respiration but not cause a loss of the macroalgae population directly. Laminaria digitata may be tall enough to escape direct smothering of the thallus but smothering of the stipe and holdfast may result in deoxygenation and rot, and/or scour. The species characterizing this biotope are epifauna or epiflora occurring on rock and would be sensitive to the removal of the habitat. Saccharina latissima is found in the NW Atlantic and North Pacific (Wilce 1965;  Druehl, 1970; Lüning 1990), typically occurring between 40°N and 80°N. with ascidians Ascidia mentula. Despite this, populations of loose lying Saccharina latissima have been identified in areas of low water motion, in these conditions, attachment to the substratum does not appear to be important (Burrows, 1958); however if a lack of water movement results in a change in the kelp’s life history traits, this along with the likely change in associated species would be considered as equivalent to the loss of the biotope. However, extraction of rock substratum is considered unlikely and this pressure is considered to be ‘Not relevant’ to hard substratum habitats. Expansive covers of turf-forming algae on human-dominated coast: the relative effects of increasing nutrient and sediment loads. However, Gerard & Du Bois (1988) reported that Saccharina latissima had a salinity tolerance of 23-31 psu. Growth dynamics of Saccharina latissima (Laminariales, Phaeophyceae) in Aarhus Bay, Denmark, and along the species’ distribution range. effluent output) local extinction of the biotope may occur (Raybaud et al., 2013) especially if combined with high summer sea temperature (Bartsch et al. & Valero, M., 2003. Saccharina latissima (Sugar kelp) ... * There is ongoing taxonomic debate over the relationships between S. latissima, S. bongardiana and Laminaria groenlandica a species originally from Greenland. Juvenile plants are avoided and no plant is removed in its entirety. Wang, X., Broch, O.J., Forbord, S., Handa, A., Skjermo, J., Reitan, K.I., Vadstein, O. Patterns of gene expression induced by oligoguluronates reveal conserved and environment‐specific molecular defence responses in the brown alga Laminaria digitata. Plos One, 8 (12), e81092. Sensitivity assessment. Effects of dredging activities on growth of Laminaria saccharina. Decreases in salinity to 5 psu for Saccharina latissima from Arctic Kongsfjorden (Spitsbergen) induced bleaching, indicative of cell damage after 5 days of incubation in the laboratory, while treatments decreasing from 20-10 psu were associated with decreasing photosynthetic performance (Karsten, 2007). Kain, J.M., & Norton, T.A., 1990. Scheibling, R.E., Hennigar, A.W. A minimum of 10 weeks a year between 5-18°C is needed for subsequent spore formation (Bartsch et al., 2013). 95/120/1E. However if they were removed as by-catch, the result would be the loss of the biotope. British Phycological Journal, 17 (2), 236-237. The assessment for abrasion at the surface only is, therefore, considered to equally represent sensitivity to this pressure’. Saccharina latissima rarely grows in wave exposed conditions, as it is vulnerable to dislodgement from wave action and additionally may be attached to cobbles and boulders typical of this biotope, which may be overturned in conditions of increased wave action. Although these species contribute to the structure and function of the biotope they are not considered key species and are not specifically assessed. Environmental factors and commercial harvesting: exploring possible links behind the decline of the kelp Laminaria digitata in Brittany, France. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 20 (4), 173-176. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. Strong & Dring (2011) found that the invasive macroalgae, Sargassum muticum, did not pose a threat to Saccharina latissima stands in Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland, indicating the ability of this species to withstand competition from the invader. This infers that Saccharina latissima needs a minimum amount of water movement in order to survive; perhaps because of decreased competition from filamentous algae and sedimentation, but also because water flow maintains a nutrient flux and enhances light penetration to juvenile sporophytes by moving the fronds (Norton, 1978; Pihl et al., 1995; Lobban & Harrison, 1994; Hurd, 2000; Isæus, 2004; Moy et al., 2006; Bekkby & Moy, 2011). Associated species are unlikely to be affected by low level removal of Saccharina latissima unless protection from desiccation on the lower shore is important. Moy, F., Alve, E., Bogen, J., Christie, H., Green, N., Helland, A., Steen, H., Skarbøvik, E. & Stålnacke, P., 2006. Salinity tolerance of eukaryotic marine algae. Sensitivity Assessment. Without blue light (1-4 nE cm/s) and in the presence of red light, female gametophytes do not become fertile or produce eggs (Lüning & Dring, 1975). In a review of the effects of trampling on intertidal habitats, Tyler-Walters & Arnold (2008) found no information on the effects of trampling on Laminaria species (Laminaria digitata and Laminaria saccharina). Therefore, a resistance of 'Medium' is suggested at the benchmark level. Gerard, V., 1982. Laminaria digitata is also found in very strong flows (> 6 knots) although it is often out-competed by Alaria esculenta under these conditions. & Du Bois, K.R., 1988. Suggesting at sites where sea temperature is artificially increased as a result of anthropogenic activity (e.g. Short-term effect of human trampling on the upper infralittoral macroalgae of Ustica Island MPA (western Mediterranean, Italy). A minimum of 10 weeks a year between 5-18 °C is needed in order to ensure spore formation and hence reproduction and recruitment (Bartsch, 2013). Arzel, P., 1998. 346-371. Exposure to salinities outside a kelp’s tolerance range causes osmotic and ionic stress (Kirst 1990) resulting in decreased efficiency of their photosynthetic apparatus (<20-25, Kirst & Wiencke, 1995). Laminaria digitata tolerates a large salinity range within a 24 hour period (5-60 psu; Karsten, 2007). Removal of 0.25m2 areas of Laminaria digitata forest in the spring and autumn indicated differences in recovery rates between seasons, with autumn recovery more rapid than spring (taking a minimum of 12 months). Despite this ability, seaweeds in general are considered particularly vulnerable to short-term warming events (Dayton & Tegner, 1984; Smale & Wernberg, 2013; Wernberg et al., 2013; from Smale et al., 2013). Additionally red spot disease may be caused by bacteria of the genus Alteromonas (Sawabe et al., 1998). Responses of this biotope to an increase in temperature are clearly population specific. However, Thompson & Schiel (2012) suggested the fucoid recovery was partially due to an annual Undaria pinnatifida die back, which as noted by Heiser et al. Assessment of pollution effects by the use of algae. Certified Organic Seaweeds hand harvested sustainably by the Talty Family off the coast of Co. Clare on the west coast of Ireland. 1948. & Christie, H., 2012. & Speck, T., 2006. Resilience to this pressure is therefore regarded as ‘Medium’  Sensitivity to this pressure is therefore also assessed as ‘Medium’ although confidence is low and local hydrography may increase or decrease the resistance. This biotope is characteristic of wave sheltered to extremely wave sheltered conditions (Connor et al., 2004). Moy, F.E. We also verified the ability of the laminaria extract in rejuvenating aged skin fibroblasts at the gene expression level. High ambient levels of phosphate and nitrogen enhance spore formation in Saccharina latissima (Nimura et al., 2002), but will eventually inhibit spore production, particularly at the extremes of the alga’s temperature tolerance (studied as Laminaria saccharina; Yarish et al., 1990). Journal of Phycology, 49 (6), 1061-1073. The urchin barrens recorded off the coast of Norway and in the North West Atlantic, are not common to UK waters with deforestation by urchins instead restricted and patchy and could be a result of this shift, leading to a temporally more stable, less dynamic biotope (although some have been noted in Scotland; Smale et al., 2013). In southern examples of the biotope, Laminaria digitata may also be out-competed by it’s Lusitanian competitor Laminaria ochroleuca which is regionally abundant across the south UK coastline (Smale et al., 2014). In a laboratory experiment, Saccharina latissima (studied as Laminaria saccharina) survived successfully between 17-32 psu (Druehl, 1967). IR.LIR.K.Slat.Ldig is recorded from full or variable conditions but Saccharina latissima is also typical of reduced salinity conditions (Connor et al., 2004). Resilience and recovery rates of habitat Saccharina latissima (studied as Laminaria saccharina) was the prominent kelp species on the concrete blocks (a minimum of 1.3 m in diameter) six months after removal of all vegetation (Kain, 1975). Beneficial effects of 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol-producing pseudomonads on the marine alga Saccharina latissima. Continuous underwater light measurement near Helgoland (North Sea) and its significance for characteristic light limits in the sublittoral region. This indicates that a decrease in grazers which feed on these epibionts could be detrimental to the biotope’s identity, especially in the light of future global sea temperature increases, which favour the growth of ephemeral algae (Andersen et al., 2011). The gametophytes of Saccharina latissima reportedly suppress growth below 10°C (Lüning, 1990). & Washburn, L., 2006. This lag in total recovery is common for Laminarian species. The extract coming from Laminaria Saccharina, a brown algae.According to manufacturer info, it's loaded with a bunch of good-for-the-skin things: alginates are polysaccharides (a big molecule from repeating sugar units) that are water-loving and can form a protective film on the skin. In the subtidal, it is characteristic of intermittently disturbed areas. Marine Biology, 69 (2), 137-145. Available from However, a change of only 3-5% in significant wave height may not be significant even in such sheltered conditions. It is, therefore, possible that individuals may be able to withstand dislodgement and abrasion. Following this in the lower part of the lower shore, the Laminaria saccharina takes over. Marine Ecology, Progress Series, 468, 95-105. Version 04.05. Outside this temperature range, reproduction is severely reduced and the species is at risk from local extinction in the short-term. & Nielsen, K., 2002. Hawkins, S.J. This biotope is therefore considered to have ‘Medium’ sensitivity to the pressure. bifurcata (Gunnerus) Postels & Ruprecht, 1840; Laminaria digitata var. The ecology of Laminaria digitata in Norway in view of transplant experiments. Marine Ecological Progress Series, 1, 195-207. Some species are referred to by the common name Devil's apron, due to their shape, or sea colander, due to the perforations present on the lamina. Harvesting is carried out on wild kelp stands in a sustainable 5 year cycle (Vea and Ask, 2011), therefore, translocation of species is unlikely. Parker, H., 1981. Lee, J.A. Assessment of the potential impacts of coasteering on rocky intertidal habitats in Wales. Report to Cyngor Cefn Gwlad Cymru / Countryside Council for Wales from the Marine Life Information Network (MarLIN) [Contract no. Small amounts collected in Ireland for kombu by specialist companies. Chapman, A.R.O., 1981. III. Catastrophic storms, El-Nino, and patch stability in a southern-california kelp community. by 2°C for a year). Laminaria digitata tolerates a large salinity range within a 24 hour period (5-60psu; Karsten, 2007). found on similar substrata on the open coast (e.g. Marine Biology, 62, 307-311. However, Kain (1984) estimated that 1 in 20 specimens of Delesseria sanguinea may attain 9 -16 years of age. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough. The excrement and unused feed for fish farms increases the levels of organic matter in their local vicinity. Similar taxa: Laminaria spp., Saccharina spp. Molfese, C., Beare, D. & Hall-Spencer, J.M., 2014. Undaria pinnatifida was successfully eradicated on a sunken ship in Clatham Islands, New Zealand, by applying a heat treatment of 70°C (Wotton et al., 2004) however numerous other eradication attempts have failed and, as noted by Fletcher & Farrell (1999), once established Undaria pinnatifida resists most attempts of long-term removal. Location also appears to play a major role in the recovery rates of Laminaria digitata, with the species exhibiting stunted growth for longer in some areas than others (Engelen et al., 2011). Studies on British Laminariaceae. Food preferences of the sea urchins Echinus actus and Echinus esculentus. . If environmental conditions for spore survival are not favourable, then development of the gametophytes can be delayed for a short period, creating a level of resistance against short-term environmental changes (Van den Hoek et al., 1995). Effects of simulated current on the growth rate and nitrogen metabolism of Gracilaria tikvahiae (Rhodophyta). Marine Biology, 141, 11-19. Emerald Isle Organic Irish Seaweed. However, the presence of Laminaria digitata suggests that siltation or disturbance by winter storms (and scour) is reduced in this biotope (IR.LIR.K.Slat.Ldig) in comparison with the IR.LIR.K.Slat.Ft or IR.LIR.K.Slat.Pk biotopes. Despite this ability, seaweeds in general are considered particularly vulnerable to short-term warming events (Dayton & Tegner, 1984; Smale & Wernberg, 2013; Wernberg et al., 2013; from Smale et al., 2013). In additon, sublittoral fringe extent of the biotope is exposed to the air on extreme low tides  Therefore, based on Saccharina latissima and Laminaria digitata a resistance of ‘High’ is recorded. Aquatic Botany, 9, 33-71. Its distribution suggests a tolerance to a chronic temperature change (e.g. & Wernberg, T., 2013. & Harkin, E., 1985. The mannitol content varies markedly in the fronds of Saccharina and Laminaria species in northern temperate countries, with maximum contents during summer and autumn (Jensen and Haug, 1956). Additionally if translocation of populations does occur, a loss in genetic diversity is not regarded as an issue for Laminaria digitata, unless additional pressures result in the isolation and fragmentation of wild coastal populations (Valero et al., 2011). Sensitivity assessment. Algae: an introduction to phycology: Cambridge University Press. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 400 (1), 90-98. Sheltered conditions favour the growth of epiphytes, which decrease Saccharina latissima’s ability to withstand storm events and increased wave action, potentially increasing the vulnerability of this biotope to the pressure. Nitrate and phosphate uptake characteristics of three species of brown algae cultured at low salinity. (Gunnerus) Foslie. A further reduction in algal diversity would alter the biotope but would not result in loss of the biotope. The same study found that gametophyte growth improved with increasing water temperatures between 4-17°C and that fecundity was greatest between 7-17°C. Hydrodynamic streamlining of Laminaria saccharina Lamour. La laminaire digitée. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 85, 149-164. However, reduced salinty biotope have a lower species diversity, so some species may be lost due to a decrease in salinity at the benchmark level. At the benchmark level (a deposit of 100gC/m2/yr) this biotope could be resistant to the pressure, as suggested by the survival and enhanced growth of Saccharina latissima near fish farms and Laminaria digitata near sewage outfalls, associated with high levels of organic matter. In the direct footprint of the impact resistance is therefore ‘None’ (loss of >75%). Remarkably, in a comparative study of nine different fucoidans isolated from nine species of brown algae, the fucoidan from Laminaria saccharina (syn. Kelp are large brown algae (1) that form a habitat very similar to a terrestrial forest. As a result in increased water flow is likely to favour Laminaria digitata over Saccharina latissima. & Edwards, M.S., 2011. (ed. The species is found at sheltered rocky seabeds. The initial stages of experimental forming of Laminaria communities in the White Sea. Germination of zoospores is also sensitive to temperature and may be population specific, with germination inhibited at 20°C in the laboratory, but exceeding 90% in field populations collected in July when photo fluence rates were 5 µE m-2 sec-1 (Lee & Brinkhuis, 1988). In contrast, Saccharina latissima from the White Sea responded with decreased photosynthetic rates at 6-8 psu, while severe growth reductions were noted at 2 psu (Drobyshev, 1971). & Mann, K.H., 1979. In the UK, harvesting of Saccharina latissima is confined to manual harvesting on a small scale, and farming. The biotope is not found in areas where sand scour occurs (associated with high water flow rates). Low-level disturbances (e.g. Injury or mortality from collisions of biota with both static and/or moving structures is most relevant to mobile species. P.G. Bot. Birkett, D.A., Maggs, C.A., Dring, M.J. & Boaden, P.J.S., 1998b. Photoperiodic control of sorus formation in the brown alga Laminaria saccharina. Pérez, R., 1971. Milazzo, M., Chemello, R., Badalamenti, F. & Riggio, S., 2002. Ékologiya, 1, 96-98. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 355 (2), 103-113. Thompson, G.A. FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), 2007. (Farrel & Fletcher, 2006; Hieser et al., 2014). Sawabe, T., Makino, H., Tatsumi, M., Nakano, K., Tajima, K., Iqbal, M.M., Yumoto, I., Ezura, Y. This contrasts with other kelp species including Laminaria digitata and Laminaria hyperborea which reach maturity between 18-20 and 15 months respectively (Perez, 1971, Kain, 1975). Description: Yellow brown, to 3 m in length; with a claw-like holdfast, a small, smooth, flexible stipe, and an undivided laminate blade to 3 m long with parallel, ruffled sides and a elongated, tongue-like appearance. Habitat: This perennial kelp is found on rock in the low intertidal to shallow subtidal zones and occurs in semi-protected to semi-exposed habitats. Laminaria japonica Areschoug (commonly called ‘kelp’) is the most widely cultivated species that is primarily cultivated in China, Korea, and Japan. Differentiation in wild populations occurs within 10 km with genetic flow occurring between adjacent species ( Billot et al. 2009..., 2002 D.C., Raimondi, P.T stable substratum on which to settle determines variation in high-arctic... 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