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Dasycladales: An Illustrated Monograph of a Fascinating Algal Order
This atlas describes the unique morphologic features of both fossil and recent species of the green algae order "dasycladales" and follows the phylogeny of these single cell organisms through millions of years and considers their fossil relicts in facies and stratigraphy.
18S rDNA phylogeny and evolution of cap development in Polyphysaceae (formerly Acetabulariaceae; Dasycladales, Chlorophyta)
This study investigates in detail the development of reproductive structures in 17 Polyphysaceae (= Acetabulariaceae) species and provides a molecular phylogenetic analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequence data of 23 species of the order Dasycladales.
18S rDNA AND EVOLUTION IN THE DASYCLADALES (CHLOROPHYTA): MODERN LIVING FOSSILS 1
Relationships among the Acetabulariaceae show that AcetABularia and Polyphysa do not form monophyletic groups as presently circumscribed, and no evidence indicates that Acicularia is the oldest genus.
Nucleocytoplasmic interrelationships in Acetabularia and some other dasycladaceae.
Acetabularia: a giant single cell organism with valuable advantages for cell biology
DNA-DEPENDENT RNA SYNTHESIS IN CHLOROPLASTS OF ACETABULARIA.
Comparative Ultrastructural Features of Secreting and Nonsecreting Glandular Trichomes of Two Genotypes of Nicotiana tabacum L.
It is hypothesize that the gene responsible for the lack of secreting capability interrupted normal chloroplast development and that chloroplasts in N. tabacum trichomes are necessary for the synthesis of certain exudate compounds.
Evidence for a circaseptan and a circasemiseptan growth response to light/dark cycle shifts in nucleated and enucleated Acetabularia cells, respectively.
- H. Schweiger, S. Berger, F. Halberg
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 November 1986
The results indicate that in the unicellular green alga Acetabularia a rhythm of about 7 days exists and that removal of the nucleus results in a circaseptan frequency multiplication.
ULTRASTRUCTURE DURING DEVELOPMENT OF THE NUCLEUS OF BATOPHORA OERSTEDII (CHLOROPHYTA; DASYCLADACEAE) 1
The primary nucleus of Batophora oerstedii J. Agardh like that of the related Acetabularia, undergoes a great increase in size throughout vegetative development. Formation of small secondary nuclei…