Kelp transcriptomes provide robust support for interfamilial relationships and revision of the little known Arthrothamnaceae (Laminariales).

@article{Jackson2017KelpTP,
  title={Kelp transcriptomes provide robust support for interfamilial relationships and revision of the little known Arthrothamnaceae (Laminariales).},
  author={Chris Jackson and Eric D. Salomaki and Christopher E. Lane and Gary W. Saunders},
  journal={Journal of phycology},
  year={2017},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={1-6}
}
If ever there were "charismatic megaflora" of the sea, the Laminariales (kelp) would undoubtedly meet that designation. From the Northeast Pacific kelp forests to the less diverse, but nonetheless dense, kelp beds ranging from the Arctic to the cold temperate waters of the Southern Hemisphere, kelp provide habitat structure and food for a variety of… CONTINUE READING