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Compilation of Marine Algae Species found in Puerto Pe ñasco and the Guaymas. Background. 15 different species under 3 main divisions – Chlorophyta, Rhodophyta and Phaeophyta Brief description of each species, and ways to identify them Picture accompaniments. Division Chlorophyta .

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Background
  • 15 different species under 3 main divisions – Chlorophyta, Rhodophyta and Phaeophyta
  • Brief description of each species, and ways to identify them
  • Picture accompaniments
enteromorpha and ulva spp
Enteromorpha and Ulva spp.
  • Enteromorpha – hollow, tubular, some branched, uninucleate cells, single chloroplast, many pyrenoids
  • Ulva – blade-like, 2 cells-thick, single chloroplast, single pyrenoid
chaetomorpha and cladophora spp
Chaetomorpha and Cladophora spp.
  • Chaetomorpha – uniseriate, unbranched filaments, multinucleate cells, clumped.
  • Cladophora – tufts, coarse, grow up 10 6 cm, stiff branches that curve in same direction
cutleria and ralfsia spp
Cutleria and Ralfsia spp.
  • Cutleria – heteromorphic plants, gametophyte erect, fan-shaped blades, thallus rigid and flat
  • Ralfsia – crusty and brittle, two-layered thallus, circular outline
halymenia and hypnea spp
Halymenia and Hypnea spp.
  • Halymenia – plant erect, gelatinous fronds, either branching or blade-like thallus
  • Hypnea – cylindrical and compressed, slender branches with curled branchlets
plocamium and champia spp
Plocamium and Champia spp.
  • Plocamium – plant erect, bushy, bright red, branching in zigzag manner
  • Champia – plant erect, small, clumped, delicate, branches are cylindrical and compressed
references
References
  • African Seaweed Database. http://www.seaweedafrica.org
  • Guiry, M.D., 1996. Rhodophyta. http://seaweed.ucg.ie/Ireland/Check-listRhodoIre.html
  • Guiry, M.D. and Nic Dhonncha, E. 2002. Algaebase. World-wide Web electronic publication. http://www.algaebase.org
  • Norris, James N., 1975. Marine algae of the northern Gulf of California.
  • Wagonner, B. and Speer, B.R., 2000. Introduction to Phaeophyta.

http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/chromista/phaeophyta.html

  • Webb, D. T., 2000. Chlorophyta.

http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/webb/BOT311/Chlorophyta/Chlorophyta-100.htm

  • Sze, P., 1998. A Biology of the Algae. WCB McGraw-Hill publications.
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