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Taxonomic status of the species of the green algal genusNeochloris
Komárek has recently reviewed the various species assigned to the green algal genusNeochlorisStarr (Chlorococcales, Chlorococcaceae) and removed those with uninucleate vegetative cells to a newExpand
MITOSIS, CYTOKINESIS, THE DISTRIBUTION OF PLASMODESMATA, AND OTHER CYTOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN THE ULOTRICHALES, ULVALES, AND CHAETOPHORALES: PHYLOGENETIC AND TAXONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS 1
The results of previous research and a present survey of some of the cytological characteristics of 18 additional genera and 34 additional species are presented and discussed from the viewpoint ofExpand
Flagellar apparatus absolute orientations and the phylogeny of the green algae.
The absolute orientation of the flagellar apparatus in green algal motile cells is a feature of considerable value in studies of green algal systematics and phylogeny. The absolute orientationExpand
CONCORDANCE OF MOLECULAR AND ULTRASTRUCTURAL DATA IN THE STUDY OF ZOOSPORIC CHLOROCOCCALEAN GREEN ALGAE 1
Alternative evolutionary hypotheses generated from features of vegetative cell morphology and motile cell ultra‐structure were investigated using a molecular data set. Complete nuclear‐encoded smallExpand
PYCNOCOCCUS PROVASOLII GEN. ET SP. NOV., A COCCOID PRASINOXANTHIN‐CONTAINING PHYTOPLANKTER FROM THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO 1
The new genus Pycnococcus Guillard is based on several clones from the western North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. The type and only described species, Pycnococcus provasolii Guillard, sp. nov., isExpand
POLYPHYLY OF TETRASPORALEAN GREEN ALGAE INFERRED FROM NUCLEAR SMALL‐SUBUNIT RIBOSOMAL DNA
Ultrastructural studies of tetrasporalean green algae have suggested the order is polyphyletic. These features, including the absolute orientation of the flagellar apparatus and the bi‐ versusExpand
COMPARATIVE CYTOLOGY OF ULOTHRIX AND STIGEOCLONIUM 1
This investigation describes the cytology of the ulotrichalean genera Ulothrix and Stigeoclonium. Cellular organization is similar to the degree that interphase cells of the 2 genera cannot beExpand
CELLULAR ORGANIZATION, MITOSIS, AND CYTOKINESIS IN THE ULOTRICHALEAN ALGA, KLEBSORMIDIUM 1, 2, 3
Mitosis, cytokinesis, and cellular organization during interphase are described. Interphase cells possess a single microbody‐like organdie which occurs between, and is appressed to, the chloroplastExpand
Group I introns within the nuclear-encoded small-subunit rRNA gene of three green algae.
Four group I introns from the nuclear-encoded (18S) rRNA genes of three chlorophycean green algae are described; two are in Dunaliella parva, and one each is in D. salina and Characium saccatum. TheExpand
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