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Assessing red algal supraordinal diversity and taxonomy in the context of contemporary systematic data.
The wondrously diverse eukaryotes that constitute the red algae have been the focus of numerous recent molecular surveys and remain a rich source of undescribed and little known species for theExpand
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The Biogeography of the South African Marine Red Algae: A Model
The floristic relationships of the South African red algae have been evaluated by analyzing the distribution of more than 300 species found in Namibia, the West Cape, the East Cape and Natal inExpand
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THE BIOGEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN OF ARCTIC ENDEMIC SEAWEEDS: A THERMOGEOGRAPHIC VIEW 1
The Arctic is geologically and biogeographically young, and the origin of its seaweed flora has been widely debated. The Arctic littoral biogeographic region dates from the latest Tertiary andExpand
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Pterocladiella, a new genus in the Gelidiaceae (Gelidiales, Rhodophyta)
Abstract A new genus of marine red algae, Pterocladiella (Gelidiales), is proposed to accommodate those species previously assigned to Pterocladia that have the following features: intercalaryExpand
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PROPOSAL OF THE GRACILARIALES ORD. NOV. (RHODOPHYTA) BASED ON AN ANALYSIS OF THE REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF GRACILARIA VERRUCOSA 1
The mode of division of vegetative cells, formation of spermatangial parent cells, initiation of the carpogonial branch apparatus, and formation of tetrasporangial initials are homologousExpand
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SYSTEMATICS OF THE DELESSERIACEAE (CERAMIALES, RHODOPHYTA) BASED ON LARGE SUBUNIT rDNA AND rbcL SEQUENCES, INCLUDING THE PHYCODRYOIDEAE, SUBFAM. NOV.
The present classification of the Delesseriaceae retains the essential features of Kylin's system, which recognizes two subfamilies Delesserioideae and Nitophylloideae and a series of “groups” orExpand
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TWO TYPES OF AUXILIARY CELL AMPULLAE IN GRATELOUPIA (HALYMENIACEAE, RHODOPHYTA), INCLUDING G. TAIWANENSIS SP. NOV. AND G. ORIENTALIS SP. NOV. FROM TAIWAN BASED ON rbcL GENE SEQUENCE ANALYSIS AND
Few species in the genus Grateloupia have been investigated in detail with respect to the development of the auxiliary cell ampullae before or after diploidization. In this study, we document theExpand
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