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A REASSESSMENT OF PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE PHAEOPHYCEAE BASED ON RUBISCO LARGE SUBUNIT AND RIBOSOMAL DNA SEQUENCES
To better assess the current state of phaeophycean phylogeny, we compiled all currently available rbcL, 18S, and 26S rDNA sequences from the EMBL/GenBank database and added 21 new rbcL sequences of…
DEFINING TAXON BOUNDARIES IN MEMBERS OF THE MORPHOLOGICALLY AND GENETICALLY PLASTIC GENES CAULERPA (CAULERPALES, CHLOROPHYTA) 1
- L. N. de Senerpont Domis, P. Famà, A. J. Bartlett, W. F. Prud’homme van Reine, Cinthya Armenta Espinosa, G. Trono
- 1 December 2003
Results indicated a strong association between light intensity and several quantitative morphological variables, and a subset of morphological characters traditionally used in taxonomic delimitation still had sufficient discriminative power to recognize the terminal phylogenetic clades.
A revised classification of the Sphacelariales (Phaeophyceae) inferred from a psbC and rbcL based phylogeny
A pilot study showed a strongly supported monophyly of the Sphacelariales with its sister taxa Phaeostrophion irregulare, Bodanella lauterborni and Heribaudiella fluviatilis, while Bayesian Inference and Maximum Likelihood trees showed some incongruence with Maximum Parsimony trees.
Deep-water macroalgae from the Canary Islands: new records and biogeographical relationships
- R. Haroun, W. F. Prud’homme van Reine, D. Müller, E. Serrão, R. Herrera
- Environmental ScienceHelgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen
- 1 June 1993
Due to the geographical location and paleobiogeography of the Canary Islands, the seaweed flora contains macroalgae with different distributional patterns. In this contribution, the biogeographical…
Variation in the composition of corals, fishes, sponges, echinoderms, ascidians, molluscs, foraminifera and macroalgae across a pronounced in-to-offshore environmental gradient in the Jakarta…
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TEMPERATURE RESPONSES OF CARIBBEAN SEAWEEDS FROM DIFFERENT BIOGEOGRAPHIC GROUPS1
Differences in low‐temperature tolerances in Caribbean populations of species from different distribution groups reflect adaptations to glacial cold‐stress in the tropical eastern Atlantic and subsequent trans‐Atlantic dispersal.
A combined barcode and morphological approach to the systematics and biogeography of Laurencia pyramidalis and Laurenciella marilzae (Rhodophyta)
An integrative approach, using both morphological and molecular data (COI-5P + rbcL), is undertook, to assess the presence of Laurencia pyramidalis in Lusitanian Macaronesia and the geographical distribution of LaureNCiella marilzae, a species recently described from the Canary Islands.
Spongophloea, a new genus of red algae based on Thamnoclonium sect. Nematophorae Weber-van Bosse (Halymeniales)
- J. Huisman, O. De Clerck, W. F. Prud’homme van Reine, M. Borowitzka
- Biology, Environmental Science
- 1 February 2011
Both morphological and DNA sequence analyses support the segregation of Thamnoclonium sect.
Studies on Dasyaceae. II. A Revision of the Genera Eupogodon and Dipterocladia gen. nov. (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta)
Dipterocladia YSDM de Jong gen. nov., a genus containing marine red algal species belonging to the Dasyaceae, Ceramiales, formerly put into Eupogodon Kützing, is described and a revision of the genus…
Beta diversity of macroalgal communities around St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean
- L. Loos, W. F. Prud’homme van Reine, F. Stokvis, A. Speksnijder, B. Hoeksema
- Environmental ScienceMarine Biodiversity
- 1 March 2017
This study provides a baseline of the marine algal flora composition around St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean, by describing algal community structure in terms of species richness and beta diversity,…