Culture studies of Pacific coast Phaeophyceae

@inproceedings{Wynne1972CultureSO,
  title={Culture studies of Pacific coast Phaeophyceae},
  author={Michael J. Wynne},
  year={1972}
}
SummarySyringoderma abyssicola, the little known type species of an apparently dictyotalean genus, is reported on after field and culture observations. Fungal infestations of the genus Eurychasma produce conspicuous sporangia which give the appearance of reproductive structures of the alga itself, and perhaps SETCHELL and GARDNER observed these when they figured « aplanosporangia » for this species. Sporangia belonging to the alga itself have not been seen. The genus may be better placed in the… Expand
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