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morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae.

Max H. Hommersand

morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae.

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ceramiaceae.,
  • Rhodomelaceae.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 351-358.

    SeriesUniversity of California publications in botany,, v. 35, no. 2, University of California publications in botany ;, v. 35, no. 2.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK1 .C2 vol. 35, no. 2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 165-366 p.
    Number of Pages366
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5902265M
    LC Control Number63063858
    OCLC/WorldCa845151

    Some pericentral cells of tetrasporophytic plant function as tetra sporangial initials. These are smaller than other pericentral cells and only one in each tier. The tetra sporangial initial divides by vertical division to make an outer cover cell (Fig. 7 A-C) and the inner sporangial mother cell. Estimates of some properties based on models Preferred temperature (Ref. ): - , mean (based on cells). Price category (Ref. ). Intensive algal sampling conducted in – in the Xiaodong Hai locality (Hainan Island, South China Sea), yielded a total of benthic macroalgal species and their taxonomic forms (54% reds, 20% browns and 26% greens) and 20 species of Cyanobacteria. The largest number of species belonged to the families Rhodomelaceae, Ceramiaceae and Corallinaceae (Rhodophyta); Sargassaceae and. The recruitment potential and the ability of Ulva flexuosa Wulfen zoospores to survive darkness were tested under different conditions in the present study. The dark preserved zoospore was cultured under a two-factor experimental design to test the effect of salinity and nitrate, effect of salinity and phosphate, effect of light and salinity, and effect of light and phosphate.

    New genera and species of Ceramiaceae (Rhodophyta) from the southeastern United States. Journal of Phycology – 27) Morelli, R.A., R.E. Walde, E. Akstin & C.W. Schneider (). L-system representation of speciation in the red algal genus Dipterosiphonia (Ceramiales, Rhodomelaceae). Journal of Theoretical Biology –


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The Morphology and Classification of Some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. Max H. Hommersand. Richard E. Norris. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hommersand, Max H. Morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae.

Berkeley, University of California Press, The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae by Max H. Hommersand (University of California publications in botany, v. Cited by:   The classification of the Ceramiales into five families based on morphology was maintained until the first molecular phylogenies including members of several families were constructed based on 18S rRNA gene sequences (Choi et al.,Choi et al., ).These phylogenies resolved some lineages with high support, but they did not correspond with the previously established : Pilar Díaz-Tapia, Pilar Díaz-Tapia, Marisa M.

Pasella, Heroen Verbruggen, Christine A. Maggs. The Rhodomelaceae is estimated to be the largest red algal family (Scagel, ; Dawson, ; Abbott, ) with about genera and some species recognized worldwide (Kraft, ).

This family displays great diversity in vegetative structure but appears to be uniform in reproductive development (Scagel, ; Dawson, ). Rhodomelaceae is estimated to be the largest red algae family, with about genera and over species. Included taxa. Rhodomelaceae includes the following tribes and genera.

Developmental morphology of a previously little-known ceramiaceous red alga, Ceramium procumbens, was studied in details based on recent collections from the Gulf of California, Mexico.

Thalli consist of prostrate axes with erect adventitious branches, and are incompletely corticated along axis. Four periaxial cells are produced in an alternating sequence from each axial cell. Long-term and diurnal carpospore discharge patterns in the Ceramiaceae, Rhodomelaceae and Delesseriaceae (Rhodophyta) The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae.

In the Rhodomelaceae Bostrychia moritziana, Pterosiphonia pennata and Murrayella periclados discharged spores from isolated cystocarps over periods up 58 d (ranges: –, – and – total spores/carposporophyte respectively) without any diurnal or long-term rhythmicity.

New Biological Books. Reviews and Brief Notices. Biology. Its Principles and Implications. The Morphology and Classification of Some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. Some Medical Aspects of Mathematical Biology. Nicolas Rashevsky. Walter R. Stahl. 39(4). Hommersand M. H The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae [Univ Calif Publ Bot] Vol P 8.

Itono H Notes on marine algae from Hateruma Island Ryukyu [Bot Mag (Tokyo)] Vol P The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. University of California Publications in Botany vii +–, 52 figs, 6 pls. Reference page. s [ edit ]. Max H. Hommersand List of Publications.

Hommersand, M.H. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. Feldmann-Mazoyer G. Recherches sur les Ceramiacees de la Mediterram:e occidentale.

Algiers. Hommersand M.H. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. In laboratory culture, controlled fertilization resulted in mature carposporophytes of the Ceramiales indicated below. Carpospore discharge was observed daily. In the Ceramiaceae Spyridia filamentosa cystocarp-pairs released spores twice in succession (range: 32– total spores/carposporophyte).

Discharge by all cystocarp-pairs occurred during the dark period of the daily light:dark cycle. Sci. () Hommersand, M.H. Hommersand, The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae Univ. Calif. Publs Bot. () Jaasund, E. Jaasund, Intertidal seaweeds in Tanzania 1st edn () University of Tromso Publs Johansen, D.A.

Johansen, Plant microtechnique () McGraw-Hill. Morphology and classification of the Ceramioideae (Rhodophyta) based on phylogenetic principles. Opera Botanica No.pp. 1– HOMMERSAND, M.H. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae.

Univ. Calif Pubis. Bot. 35(2), – WOLLASTON, E.M. ().Morphology and taxonomy of southern Australian. HOMMERSAND, M.H.

The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. University of California Publications in Botany [ Links ] LEWIS, J.E.

& MEI-LAN, C. The species of Ceramium (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta) around Taiwan. Hydrobiologia / [ Links ]. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. University of California Publications in Botany Some effects of monochromatic light on oxygen evolution and carbon dioxide fixation in Chlorella pyrenoidosa, pp.

Morphology and reproduction of Bostrychia pinnata (Rhodomelaceae, Ceramiales) in laboratory culture Morphology and reproduction of Bostrychia pinnata (Rhodomelaceae, Ceramiales) in laboratory culture West, John A.; Hommersand, Max; Zuccarello, G.

SUMMARY In unialgal culture, isolates of vegetative plants of Bostrychia pinnata often developed tetrasporangial. HOMMERSAND, M.H. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. Univ. Calif.

Pubis. Bot. 35(2), – SCHMITZ, F. Systematische Übersicht der bisher bekannten Gattungen der Florideen. Flora, J –, Plate The Marine Benthic Flora of Southern Australia Part IIID complete list of. This page was last edited on 17 Januaryat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may A comprehensive section of reviews on new biological books provides educators and researchers with information on the latest publications in the life The Morphology and Classification of Some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae.

by Max H. Hommersand. The Morphology and Classification of Some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. by Max H. Hommersand (pp. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. University of California Publications in Botany Some effects of monochromatic light on oxygen evolution and carbon dioxide fixation in Chlorella pyrenoidosa, pp.

In Committee on Photobiology of the National Academy of Sciences, National Research. The systematic position of Alsidium and Bryothamnion within the family Rhodomelaceae was recently elucidated by Díaz-Tapia et al.

() providing an updated tribal classification of the family based on molecular phylogenomic evidence; these two genera and a third, Digenea C. Agardh, were assigned to the resurrected tribe Alsidieae. Furthermore, the apparent non-monophyly of Alsidium and. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae.

University of California Publications in Botany – Jong, Y.S.D.M. de Studies on Dasyaceae. Reproductive structures of Eupogodon planus and E.

spinellus (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta) from Corsica (Mediterranean). Phycologia – Order Ceramiales. Family Ceramiaceae. Ceramium poeppigianum Grunow '': 64, pl. VIII: fig. Plant creeping on the host species (usually Amphiroa spp.), main axes up to a few cm long with one or two more or less regular rows of laterals of limited development.

Axes attached to the substratum by massive bundles of rhizoids given off by the epidermis at intervals of segments.

Masahiro Suzuki, Showe-Mei Lin, Systematic revision of the genus Reinboldiella (Ceramiaceae, Rhodophyta) from Taiwan based on comparative morphology and rbc L sequence analyses, including two new species of Reinboldiella, European Journal of Phycology, /, 52, 3, (), ().

Sequence data (COI-5P and rbcL) for North American members of the tribe Pterosiphonieae were compared with collections from around the enetic analyses resolved Pterosiphonia as polyphyletic and many species required transfer to other genera. In our analyses Pterosiphonia sensu stricto included only the type species hylla (C.

Agardh) Falkenberg and P. Ceramium Roth is a widespread genus with morphological variability and taxonomic instability among Rhodophyta (WomersleyBoo & LeeMaggs & Hommersand ). This genus is one of the most diverse in the family Ceramiaceae.

Around species of Ceramium have been recorded worldwide (Boo & Lee ). Within this family, the tribe Ceramieae (Dumortier) Schmitz includes. 75The classification of the Ceramiales into five families based on morphology was 76maintained until the first molecular phylogenies including members of several families 77were constructed based on 18S rRNA gene sequences (Choi et al.,).

These 78phylogenies resolved some lineages with high support, but they did not correspond with. A new red algal parasite, Symphyocolax koreana M.

Kim, gen. et sp. nov., has been found on a specimen of Symphyocladia latiuscula (Harvey) Yamada, a member of the tribe Pterosiphonieae of the Rhodomelaceae; this genus has never before been reported to host red algal parasites.

Here, the new parasite from Korea is described in terms of vegetative and reproductive morphology. Batters, E.A.L.

On some new British marine algae. Ann. Bot. 9: – J. Notes on parasitic Rhodomelaceae, II: The morphology and systematic position of the parasitic red alga Jantinella C.W. and M.J. Wynne. A synoptic review of the classification of red algal genera a half century after Kylin’s “Die Gattungen.

Hommersand MH. () The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodomelaceae. University of California Publications in Botany vii+–, 52 figs, 6 pls; Huisman JM, Millar AJK. () Australian seaweed collections:.

The Journal of Phycology was founded in by the Phycological Society of America. All aspects of basic and applied research on algae are included to provide a common medium for the ecologist, physiologist, cell biologist, molecular biologist, morphologist, oceanographer, taxonomist, geneticist, and biochemist.

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Morphology and classification of the Ceramioideae (Rhodophyta) based on phylogenetic principles. Opera Botanica 1– Bailey, J.C. Phylogenetic positions of Lithophyllum incrustans and Titanoderma pustulatum (Corallinaceae, Rhodophyta) based on 18S rDNA gene sequence analyses, with a revised classification of the Lithophylloideae.

Phylogenetic relationships of some European Gelidium (Gelidiales, Rhodophyta) species, based on rbcL nucleotide sequence analysis. Phycologia – Crossref Google Scholar.

Geraldino P.J.L., E.C. Yang and S.M. Boo. Morphology and molecular phylogeny of Hypnea flexicaulis (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) from Korea.

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Sexual stages of Amplisiphonia pacifica Hollenberg (Ceramiales, Rhodomelaceae) are described for the first time. HOMMERSAND, M. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and Rhodo melaceae.

Univ. Calif. Publ. plants of Amplisiphonia HOMMERSAND, M. The morphology and classification of some Ceramiaceae and. some tropical species related to antithamnion (rhodophyta, ceramiaceae), abbott, ia.

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Plant science areas covered by the scope are as follows: ecology and ecophysiology, conservation biology and biodiversity, forest biology and management, cell and molecular biology, palaeobotany, reproductrive biology and genetics, mycology and.Morphology - Morphology - Methods in morphology: The methods of investigating gross structure depend on careful dissection, or cutting apart, of an organism and on accurate descriptions of the parts.

The study of the structure of tissues and cells has been extended by the techniques of autoradiography and histochemistry. In the former, a tissue is supplied with a radioactive substance and.