Image 1. Atlas of CT Anatomy of the Abdomen. Axial reconstruction. 1, Right lung. 2, Right hepatic vein. 3, Liver. 4, Left hepatic vein. 5, Stomach. 6, Left colic flexure (splenic flexure of the colon). 7, Spleen. 8, Left lung. 9, Aorta. Image 2. Atlas of CT Anatomy of the Abdomen. Axial reconstruction. 1, Right lung. 2, Aorta. 3, Left lung. 4, Left adrenal. 5, Spleen. 6, Splenic artery. 7, Colon. 8, Portal.
Chapter Overview: What are Algae? What are Phytoplankton? —Microalgae —Cyanobacteria: Blue-Green Algae What is Chlorophyll? —Other Color Pigments What is Photosynthesis? —Underwater Photosynthesis —What affects Photosynthesis? Why are Phytoplankton Important? —Oceanic Food Web —Oxygen Production —Carbon Fixation and the Climate Typical Levels and Factors that Influence Productivity —Sunlight Influence —Nutrient Influence —Typical Freshwater Levels —Typical Saltwater Levels Consequences of Unusual Levels —Algal Blooms and Red Tides —What Causes an Algal Bloom? —Red.
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