The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Botany, Algae, Photosynthesis, Alaria esculenta and Photosynthetically active radiation. His work on Biochemistry expands to the thematically related Botany. Algae is a subfield of Ecology that Kai Bischof studies.
His Photosynthesis course of study focuses on Saccharina and Kelp, Sensu and Biotic component. His work deals with themes such as Acclimatization, Germination and Temperature salinity diagrams, which intersect with Photosynthetically active radiation. His Sea ice and Geostrophic wind study in the realm of Oceanography connects with subjects such as Snowmelt.
Kai Bischof mainly focuses on Botany, Ecology, Photosynthesis, Oceanography and Algae. His study in Kelp, Photoinhibition, Chlorophyll fluorescence, Alaria esculenta and Photosynthetically active radiation is carried out as part of his studies in Botany. His study focuses on the intersection of Kelp and fields such as Arctic with connections in the field of Fjord.
His Photosynthesis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Saccharina and Chlorophyll a. His Chlorophyta study, which is part of a larger body of work in Algae, is frequently linked to Transplantation, bridging the gap between disciplines. As part of the same scientific family, Kai Bischof usually focuses on Ocean acidification, concentrating on Phytoplankton and intersecting with Productivity, Environmental chemistry and Stratification.
His main research concerns Kelp, Arctic, Oceanography, Saccharina latissima and Phytoplankton. His Kelp study is concerned with the larger field of Ecology. His work carried out in the field of Arctic brings together such families of science as Laminaria solidungula, Sea ice, Brown seaweed and Botany.
His Botany study focuses on Diadinoxanthin in particular. His studies deal with areas such as Acclimatization and Brown algae as well as Saccharina latissima. In Climate change, Kai Bischof works on issues like Photosynthesis, which are connected to Horticulture.
His primary areas of study are Arctic, Ecology, Kelp, Climate change and Phytoplankton. His Arctic study is related to the wider topic of Oceanography. Kai Bischof works mostly in the field of Climate change, limiting it down to concerns involving Species distribution and, occasionally, Vegetation, Intertidal zone and Zostera marina.
His Phytoplankton research focuses on Environmental chemistry and how it relates to Chaetoceros, Photosynthesis and Nutrient. His study looks at the relationship between Sea ice and fields such as Biotic component, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His study in Acclimatization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rocky shore, Ecotype, Brown algae and Temperature salinity diagrams.
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The physical environment of Kongsfjorden–Krossfjorden, an Arctic fjord system in Svalbard
Polar Research (2002)
The marine ecosystem of Kongsfjorden, Svalbard
Polar Research (2002)
The genus Laminaria sensu lato : recent insights and developments
European Journal of Phycology (2008)
Ultraviolet radiation shapes seaweed communities
Kai Bischof;Ivan Gómez;Markus Molis;Dieter Hanelt.
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/technology (2006)
An Inventory of UV-Absorbing Mycosporine-Like Amino Acids in Macroalgae from Polar to Warm-Temperate Regions
Botanica Marina (1998)
Seasonal variation in ecophysiological patterns in macroalgae from an Arctic fjord. II. Pigment accumulation and biochemical defence systems against high light stress
Marine Biology (2002)
UV-radiation can affect depth-zonation of Antarctic macroalgae
Marine Biology (1998)
Effects of ultraviolet radiation on photosynthesis and related enzyme reactions of marine macroalgae
Impact of UV-radiation on viability, photosynthetic characteristics and DNA of brown algal zoospores : implications for depth zonation
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2000)
Solar ultraviolet radiation affects the activity of ribulose-1, 5-bisphosphate carboxylase-oxygenase and the composition of photosynthetic and xanthophyll cycle pigments in the intertidal green alga Ulva lactuca L.
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