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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Professor
Department Biology
Institution
Valdosta State University (
Biology Department Valdosta Georgia 31698
Address
Valdosta State University Biology Department Valdosta Georgia 31698
United States
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel 01-912-249-4844
Fax 01-229-245-6585
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Website http://www.valdosta.edu/~jnienow
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree BA , MA , PhD
Job type Teaching/Education
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Limnology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Limnology
Research Activities I am interested in the processes leading to the development of freshwater and coastal phytoplankton communities
Research Region 34, 35 , 36, 72
Skills/Expertise Microalgae taxonomy
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. James NIENOW)

Prasad, A.K.S.K. and Nienow, J. A. [2011] Livingstonia (Thalassiosirales, Bacillariophyta), a new genus of fultoportulate centric diatoms from an Atlantic coastal plain river in Florida, southeastern United States Phycologia, 50, 264-280
Prasad, A.K.S.K, Nienow, J. A. and Hargraves, P.. [2011] Plicate species of the diatom genus Thalassiosira (Bacillariophyta) from the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of southeastern United States, with the description of T. livingstoniorum sp. nov. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia) 161:1-34.
Prasad, A. K. S. K. and Nienow, J. A. [2008] Transfer of the extant marine diatom Pseudauliscus radiatus (Eupodiscaceae) to the forgotten genus Mastodiscus Bailey and an emended generic description of Fryxelliella Nova Hedwigia Beiheft, 133, 251-267
Prasad, A. K. S. K., Nienow, J. A., K. A. Riddle, K. A. [2006] A light and scanning electron microscopical study of the diatom Pseudauliscus peruvianus living in the northern Gulf of Mexico, with comments on lectotypification and systematics Nova Hedwigia Beiheft, 130, 225-244
Prasad, A. K. S. K., and Nienow, J. A. [2006] The centric diatom genus Cyclotella (Stephanodiscaceae: Bacillariophyta) from Florida Bay, USA, with special reference to C. choctawhatcheeana Prasad and C. desikacharyi, a new marine species related to the C. striata complex Phycologia, 45, 127-141
Prasad, A. K. S. K., Nienow, J. A. and Livingston, R. J. [2002] The marine diatom genus Tryblioptychus Hendey (Thalassiosiraceae, Coscinodiscophyceae): Fine structure, taxonomy, systematics, and distribution Diatom Research, 17, 291-308
Prasad, A. K. S. K., Nienow, J. A. and Riddle, K. A. [2001] Fine structure, taxonomy, and systematics of Reimerothrix (Fragilariaceae, Bacillariophyta), a new genus of synedroid diatoms from Florida Bay, USA Phycologia, 40, 35-46
Prasad, A. K. S. K., Riddle, K. A. and Nienow, J. A. [2000] Marine diatom genus Climaconeis (Berkeleyaceae, Bacillariophyta): two new species, Climaconeis koenigii and C. colemaniae, from Florida Bay, USA Phycologia, 39, 199-211
Prasad, A. K. S. K., Nienow, J. A. and Livingston, R. J. [1990] The genus Cyclotella (Bacillariophyta) in Choctawhatchee Bay, Florida, with special reference to C. striata and C. choctawhatcheeana sp. nov. Phycologia 29, 418-436

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-04-12 Last Updated: 2016-07-01 by James NIENOW