De novo sequencing and analysis of the Ulva linza transcriptome to discover putative mechanisms associated with its successful colonization of coastal ecosystems

@inproceedings{Zhang2011DeNS,
  title={De novo sequencing and analysis of the Ulva linza transcriptome to discover putative mechanisms associated with its successful colonization of coastal ecosystems},
  author={Xiaowen Zhang and Naihao Ye and Chengwei Liang and Shanli Mou and Xiao Fan and Jianfang Xu and Dong Xu and Zhimeng Zhuang},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2011}
}
The green algal genus Ulva Linnaeus (Ulvaceae, Ulvales, Chlorophyta) is well known for its wide distribution in marine, freshwater, and brackish environments throughout the world. The Ulva species are also highly tolerant of variations in salinity, temperature, and irradiance and are the main cause of green tides, which can have deleterious ecological effects. However, limited genomic information is currently available in this non-model and ecologically important species. Ulva linza is a… CONTINUE READING
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