Contributions to our knowledge of indian algae-III. Euglenineae-Part-I. The genusEuglena Ehrenberg

@article{Philipose1982ContributionsTO,
  title={Contributions to our knowledge of indian algae-III. Euglenineae-Part-I. The genusEuglena Ehrenberg},
  author={Muluken Philipose},
  journal={Proceedings: Plant Sciences},
  year={1982},
  volume={91},
  pages={551-599}
}
  • M. Philipose
  • Published 1 December 1982
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • Proceedings: Plant Sciences
AbstractAn account of 29 taxa comprising 24 species and five varieties of the genusEuglena collected from various localities in north-east, central and south India during 1937–76 is given. Of these, two,viz., E. vaginicola andE. pseudoehrenbergii have been considered as new species, one,viz., E. viridis var.maxima a new variety and one,viz., E. tuba var.pseudotuba f.minima a new form of a new combination variety. Four species,viz., E. vagans, E. helicoideus, E. granulata andE. hemichromata and… 

Contributions to our knowledge of Indian algae-III. Euglenineae—Part 2

  • M. Philipose
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1984
Although 13 taxa ofLepocinclis (5 species and 8 varieties) and 79Taxa ofPhacus (61 species and 18 varieties) have been reported previously from the region there are only a few reports which give full details.

Contributions to our knowledge of Indian algae—3. Euglenineae part 3. the generaTrachelomonas Ehrenberg andStrombomonas Deflandre

  • M. Philipose
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1988
The present account brings together 70 taxa ofTrachelomonas and 36 ofStrombomonas collected from north-east, central and south India during 1937–1976, with keys and figures for their identification.

New Records of Euglena acus (O.F. Müll.) Ehr. and Phacus acuminatus (A. Stokes) Huber-Pestalozzi of Euglenineae from Hooghly District, West Bengal

The present study indicates new records of two species namely Euglena acus (O.F. Mull.) Ehr.

PHYLOGENY AND SYSTEMATICS OF EUGLENA (EUGLENACEAE) SPECIES WITH AXIAL, STELLATE CHLOROPLASTS BASED ON MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR DATA—NEW TAXA, EMENDED DIAGNOSES, AND EPITYPIFICATIONS 1

Morphological and molecular studies, as well as original literature reexamination, necessitate establishment of five Euglena species with a single axial, stellate chloroplast, allowing distinction of the considered species.

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