Journal of Phycology

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Edited By: Debashish Bhattacharya, Michael Graham, Arthur Grossman, Jonathan Zehr

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 17/102 (Marine & Freshwater Biology); 50/196 (Plant Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1529-8817

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  • Phylogeny of North American Tolypella (Charophyceae, Charophyta) based on plastid DNA sequences with a description of Tolypella ramosissima sp. nov.

    Phylogeny of North American Tolypella (Charophyceae, Charophyta) based on plastid DNA sequences with a description of Tolypella ramosissima sp. nov.

    Variation in gross morphology and branchlets of Tolypella intricata (incl. T. fimbriata) and T. prolifera.

  • Phylogenetic position of Zygogonium ericetorum (Zygnematophyceae, Charophyta) from a high alpine habitat and ultrastructural characterization of unusual aplanospores

    Phylogenetic position of Zygogonium ericetorum (Zygnematophyceae, Charophyta) from a high alpine habitat and ultrastructural characterization of unusual aplanospores

    Light microscopic images of reproductive morphology in Zygogonium ericetorum.

  • Hanicella moenia, gen. et sp. nov., a ribbon-forming diatom (Bacillariophyta) with complex girdle bands, compared to Microtabella interrupta and Rhabdonema cf. adriaticum: implications for Striatellales, Rhabdonematales, and Grammatophoraceae, fam. nov.

    Hanicella moenia, gen. et sp. nov., a ribbon-forming diatom (Bacillariophyta) with complex girdle bands, compared to Microtabella interrupta and Rhabdonema cf. adriaticum: implications for Striatellales, Rhabdonematales, and Grammatophoraceae, fam. nov.

    Hanicella moenia pleurae, SEM (all GU44AK-6 culture).

  • Diversity of bladed Bangiales (Rhodophyta) in western Mediterranean: recognition of the genus Themis and descriptions of T. ballesterosii sp. nov., T. iberica sp. nov., and Pyropia parva sp. nov.

    Diversity of bladed Bangiales (Rhodophyta) in western Mediterranean: recognition of the genus Themis and descriptions of T. ballesterosii sp. nov., T. iberica sp. nov., and Pyropia parva sp. nov.

    Habit morphology of Themis ballesterosii A. Vergés & N. Sánchez sp. nov.: (A) LF135.2, holotype from Palamós, Girona, February 20, 2009, male specimen (BM000701828); (B) female specimen (LF135.1); (C and D) young specimens (LF148.4, RP186.1); (E and F) specimens developing several blades from the same base (LF199, RP220); (G) laciniate specimen (LF132); (H) specimen with male and female sori in separate sectors of the blade (RP185).

  • Molecular Phylogeny and Cryptic Diversity of the Genus Phacus (Phacaceae, Euglenophyceae) and the Descriptions of Seven New Species

    Molecular Phylogeny and Cryptic Diversity of the Genus Phacus (Phacaceae, Euglenophyceae) and the Descriptions of Seven New Species

    Morphology of Phacus taxa. (A) P. longisulca Psurononuma100609J showing flat cell, longitudinally long furrow (arrow), blunt posterior end and two ellipses-shaped paramylon grains (arrow head). (B) P. brevisulca Suwol060709A showing flat cell, longitudinally short furrow (arrow), tapering short posterior end and a single small ellipses-shaped paramylon grain (arrow head). (C) P. smulkowskianus SAG58.81 showing helically twisted, long attenuated tail, and an ellipses-shaped paramylon grain (arrow head). (D) P. minumus Buan092609I showing flat and small cell, tapering posterior end, and an ellipses-shaped paramylon grain (arrow head). (E) P. claviformis Gungnamji052507F showing flat and small cell, longitudinal furrow (arrow), a short posterior end, and ellipses-shaped paramylon grain (arrow head). (F and G) P. hordeiformis Yongho092609A showing flat and small cell, longitudinal furrow (arrow) blunt posterior end, and two small disk-shaped paramylon grains (arrow head). (H) P. viridioryza Sondang060709L showing flat and small cell, tapering posterior end, and an ellipses-shaped paramylon grain (arrow head). (I and J) The cells showing large, flat and orbicular shape, longitudinal groove on the ventral side, cross-striations between pellicular strips (arrow), and a large disk-shaped paramylon (arrow head). (I) P. orbicularis Beopsu030709G. (J) P. paraorbicularis Cheongsan052507G; scale bars, 10 μm.

  • Phylogeny of North American Tolypella (Charophyceae, Charophyta) based on plastid DNA sequences with a description of Tolypella ramosissima sp. nov.
  • Phylogenetic position of Zygogonium ericetorum (Zygnematophyceae, Charophyta) from a high alpine habitat and ultrastructural characterization of unusual aplanospores
  • Hanicella moenia, gen. et sp. nov., a ribbon-forming diatom (Bacillariophyta) with complex girdle bands, compared to Microtabella interrupta and Rhabdonema cf. adriaticum: implications for Striatellales, Rhabdonematales, and Grammatophoraceae, fam. nov.
  • Diversity of bladed Bangiales (Rhodophyta) in western Mediterranean: recognition of the genus Themis and descriptions of T. ballesterosii sp. nov., T. iberica sp. nov., and Pyropia parva sp. nov.
  • Molecular Phylogeny and Cryptic Diversity of the Genus Phacus (Phacaceae, Euglenophyceae) and the Descriptions of Seven New Species

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