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Phylogenetic Relationships of the "Green Algae" and "Bryophytes"
Considerable progress has been made recently, based on classical morphological characters and newly described ultrastructural features, in understanding the phylogenetic relationships of theExpand
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Phylogeny of the Chlamydomonadales (Chlorophyceae): a comparison of ribosomal RNA gene sequences from the nucleus and the chloroplast.
Phylogenetic analyses of nuclear-encoded small-subunit rRNA sequences and chloroplast-encoded large-subunit rRNA sequences from flagellate green algae representing the order Chlamydomonadales wereExpand
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Phylogeny and Biogeography of Chara (Charophyta) Inferred from 18S rDNA Sequences
Competing hypotheses concerning the relationships among subsections of the genus Chara were tested with parsimony and maximum likelihood analysis of small subunit (18S) ribosomal DNA gene (rDNA)Expand
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PHYLOGENY OF THE ULVOPHYCEAE (CHLOROPHYTA): CLADISTIC ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR‐ENCODED rRNA SEQUENCE DATA 1
Cladistic analysis of nuclear‐encoded rRNA sequence data provided us with the basis for some new hypotheses of relationships within the green algal class Ulvophyceae. The orders Ulotrichales andExpand
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Molecular Systematics of the Green Algae
Ranging from unicells to complex “plantlike” organisms that are adapted to habitats from subaerial or terrestrial to freshwater or marine, the green algae represent a diversity of life forms thatExpand
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A PHYLOGENETIC STUDY OF THE CORALLINALES (RHODOPHYTA) BASED ON NUCLEAR SMALL‐SUBUNIT rRNA GENE SEQUENCES
Conflicting classifications for the Corallinales were tested by analyzing partial sequences for the nuclear small‐subunit ribosomal RNA (SSU) gene of 35 species of coralline algae. Parsimony andExpand
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The incidence of Fusarium moniliforme on maize from Central America, Africa and Asia during 1992–1995
Samples of maize seed were obtained from countries in Central America, Africa and Asia and assessed for fungal infection. Fusarium spp. were the largest single group of fungi present, and from theseExpand
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The phylogeny of land plants inferred from 18S rDNA sequences: pushing the limits of rDNA signal?
Previous studies of the phylogeny of land plants based on analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) sequences have generally found weak support for the relationships recovered and at least some obviouslyExpand
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PHYLOGENY OF CHLAMYDOMONAS (CHLOROPHYTA) BASED ON CLADISTIC ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR 18S rRNA SEQUENCE DATA 1
The genus Chlamydomonas Ehrenberg may contain as many as 450 described species. Morphological, physiological and molecular data show that variation among some Chlamydomonas species can he great,Expand
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