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Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae)

James Bernard Jensen

Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae)

with special reference to apical organization

by James Bernard Jensen

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

    Subjects:
  • Cystoseiraceae.,
  • Sargassaceae.,
  • Algae -- Morphology.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [57]-61.

    Statementby James Bernard Jensen.
    SeriesUniversity of California publications in botany ; v. 68, University of California publications in botany ;, v. 68.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK569.C97 J46
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 61 p., 16 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5026027M
    ISBN 100520095022
    LC Control Number73620119

    Comparative morphological studies in Theaceae (University of California publications in botany) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Hsuan Keng (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: Hsuan Keng. The plants of Hizikia fusiformis show the facies varying in different localities although a number of intermediate forma between both extremes may occur. The plants of Anin, the east coast of Korea are comparatively shorter than those of Cheju or Okinawa, bearing clavate to pyriform vesicles, and agree with H. fusiformis var. clavigera. The plane of Seongsan, Cheju Island bear terete and.

    A study of the morphology and taxonomy of the species previously placed in Cystophora (Cystoseiraceae) results in the recognition of three genera: Cystophora J. Agardh, Acrocarpia Areschoug, and Caulocystis Areschoug. These genera are largely confined to the southern region of Austraiia, with six species of Cystophora occurring in New Zealand. Two eastern Pacific species . DNA sequences led to the merging of the Cystoseiraceae De Toni and Sargassaceae Ku¨ tzing families [41]. The mitochondrial 23S ribosomal subunit (23S) proved to be useful for defining genera in the Fucales [34] and in addition a set of 10 additional mitochondrial, plastid and.

    Title. Morphological and systematic studies on the cheilostomatous Bryozoa. Related Titles. Related/Analytical: Cheilostomatous Bryozoa. By. Levinsen, Georg Marius Reinald, Sargassaceae Name Synonyms Cystoseiraceae Homonyms Sargassaceae Common names ホンダワラ in Japanese ホンダワラ in Japanese Bibliographic References. Bold, Harold C., and Michael J. Wynne, null. Introduction to the Algae: structure and reproduction, 2nd ed.. xvi + Guiry, G.M. () AlgaeBase.


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Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae) by James Bernard Jensen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae). Berkeley: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Bernard Jensen.

J. () DE Paula and DE Oliveira, E.J. De Paula, E.C. De Oliveira, Wave exposure and ecotypical differentitation in Sargassum cymosum (Phaeo-phyta-Fucales)Phycologia () Jensen, J.B. Jensen, Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyeeae) with special reference to apical Cited by: 6.

Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassceae (Phaeophyceae) A morphological study of Sargassumfilipendula. TYPIFICATION OF SARGASSUM FILIPENDULA C.

AGARDH (PHAEOPHYCEAE, FUCALES, SARGASSACEAE) AND THE NAMES OF TWO VARIETIES. TAXON, Vol. 39, Issue. 1, p. CrossRef;Cited by: DNA sequence data demonstrate the polyphyly of the genus Cystoseira and other Sargassaceae genera (Phaeophyceae).

Journal of Phycology 46(6): Jensen, J.B. Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae) with special reference to apical organization. University of California Publications in Botany Morphological Studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae) with Special Reference to Apical Organization.

University of Calitornia Press, California, 61 pp. Sargassum beds at Rottnest. Typically, morphology is contrasted with physiology, which deals with studies of the functions of organisms and their parts; function and structure are so closely interrelated, however, that their separation is somewhat logists were originally concerned with the bones, muscles, blood vessels, and nerves comprised by the bodies of animals and the roots, stems, leaves, and.

phyletic Cystoseiraceae in the Sargassaceae sensu lato (sensu De T oni ) and excluded Bifurcariopsis from the family. Despite its paraphyletic nature, the Cystoseiraceae is still used.

Jensen, A. Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae) with special reference to apical organization. University of California Publications in Botany Silva, P.C., Basson, P.W.

& Moe, R.L. Catalogue of the benthic marine algae of the Indian Ocean. Jensen JB. Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae), with special reference to apical organization. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press; (University of California Publications in Botany; vol 68).

Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargasaceae (Phaeophyceae) with special reference to apical organization. University of California Publications in Botany 1– Reference page.: 34; Guiry, M.D. & Guiry, G.M. Oerstedtia scalaris.

AlgaeBase. World-wide electronic publication, National University of Ireland, Galway. References: EVANS, L.V. Chloroplast morphology and fine structure in British fucoids. New Phy – JENSEN, J.B.

Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae) with special reference to apical organisation. Taxonomic Study of Six Sargassum Species (Sargassaceae, Fucales) with Compressed Primary Branches in the Persian Gulf and Oman Sea Including S.

binderi Sonder a New Record Species for Algal Flora, Iran M. Shams*, S. Afsharzadeh, and Gh. Balali Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Islamic Republic of Iran.

Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargassaceae (Phaeophyceae): With special reference to apical organization (University of California publications in botany ; v. 68) Jensen, James Bernard. Ambrose, R. & B. Nelson, Inhibition of giant kelp recruitment by an introduced brown alga.

Bot. mar. – Google Scholar. I.P. Singh, J. Sidana, in Functional Ingredients from Algae for Foods and Nutraceuticals, Occurrence and distribution patterns. Most of the phlorotannins have been isolated from the brown algae belonging to Fucaceae, Alariaceae, Sargassaceae, Cystoseiraceae, Laminariaceae and concentration of phlorotannins is highly variable among different taxa of brown.

Abstract. Sargassum muticum, an invasive brown alga of Japanese origin, has been found attached at two main localities in the southwest Netherlands: at Lake Grevelingen and the Eastern Scheldt (Fig. 1).Smaller populations occur on the Wadden Sea islands of Texel and Terschelling (Fig.

1, inset). (). Morphological Studies in the Chaetomiaceae. Mycologia: Vol. 53, No. 5, pp. The specimens were collected from 15 stations along the Iranian southern shores in the autumn, winter and spring from to Anatomical and morphological studies were performed according to the valid identification keys.

In taxonomy studies, 47 quantitative and qualitative morphological. Sargassaceae differ from Cystoseiraceae in morphological characters and also in possessing axillary receptacles and vesicles while receptacles in Cystoseiraceae consist of ultimate branches or the conceptacles may be scattered on the flat segments or on the ramuli, and vesicles are lateral in position or immersed m the frond of the Cystoseiraceae.

A recent study of Cystoseira and other Sargassaceae genera based on mitochondrial 23S DNA and chloroplast‐encoded psbA sequences resulted in the most widely distributed species of subgenus Phyllotricha, Sargassum decurrens, being transferred to the.

Om Prakash Mairh and V, Krishnamurthy: Some Obscrvations on the Morphology and Development of Hormophysa Botanica Marina Yol, XIII, S.Some Observations on the Morphology and Development of Hormophysa triquetra (C. Ag.) Kütz1) OM PRÄ AS H MAIRH and V.

KRISHNAMURTHY Central Sa/t and Marine Chemicals Research Institute^ Bhavnagar^ India (Received 7. ) .Morphological studies in Cystoseiraceae and Sargasaceae (Phaeophyceae) with special reference to apical organization. University of California Publications in Botany 1– Reference page.On the basis of literature data and new morphological and ecological studies, the reinstatement of species rank for the Black Sea endemic species Cystoseira bosphorica is proposed.

Previously reduced to a simple form of the Mediterranean endemic species C. crinita, this member of the caespitose Cystoseira group without spinose-like appendages clearly differs from C. crinita by having the axes.