Om Unravelling the algae
Ta kontakt med Kundesenteret. Avbryt Send e-post. Les mer. Om boka Acting as titans in global control of the biosphere and colonizing virtually all corners of the earth, algae, extremely diverse and numerous oxygenic, photosynthetic organisms, can be major players in and drivers of environmental change.
For hundreds of years, since their evolutionary origins by endosymbiosis, when a protozoan enslaved a cyanobacterium, fascinated scientists strove to uncover the mysteries of their diversity, interactions, taxonomy, and classification. Today, new molecular tools and technologies like chromatography and genetic fingerprinting reveal the innermost secrets of algal ancestry and phylogeny and open new possibilities to answering age-old questions. Trobajo, R.
European Journal of Phycology. Morphology and formal description of Sellaphora bisexualis , sp. Fottea 9: — Highly differentiated populations of the freshwater diatom Sellaphora capitata suggest limited dispersal and opportunities for allopatric speciation.
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Protist — Casteleyn, G. Marine Biology — Ten microsatellite markers for the freshwater diatom Sellaphora capitata. Molecular Ecology Resources 9: — A proposed protocol for nomenclaturally effective DNA barcoding of microalgae. Phycologia 70— Jahn, R.
Unravelling the algae
The identity of Sellaphora bacillum Ehrenberg D. Fottea 8: — Mann, D. Revision of the diatom genus Sellaphora : a first account of the larger species in the British Isles. Fottea 8: 15—78 pdf 4 Mb.
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A molecular systematic approach to explore diversity within the Sellaphora pupula species complex Bacillariophyta. Journal of Phycology — Protist Molecular genetics and the neglected art of diatomics.
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