Center for Phycological Documentation: Index Nominum Algarum


The INA is a card file maintained by Paul Silva at the Herbarium of the University of California. It contains nearly 200,000 names of algae (in the broad sense). The BPU is a card file containing bibliographic references pertaining to algal taxonomy.

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detailCALADO, António J., & John M. HUISMAN2010 (Oct.)Commentary: Gómez, F., Moreira, D., and López-García, P. (2010). Neoceratium gen. nov., a new genus for all marine species currently assigned to Ceratium (Dinophyceae). Protist 161: 35-54Protist161(4): 517-519assert that Neoceratium is superfluous, because it includes the types of Tripos, Biceratium, Amphiceratium, and Poroceratium; many combinations invalid
detailGÓMEZ, Fernando, David MOREIRA, & Purificación LÓPEZ-GARCÍA2010 (Jan.)Neoceratium gen. nov., a new genus for all marine species currently assigned to Ceratium (Dinophyceae)Protist161(1): 35-54, 7 figs., 2 tablesmany new combinations in Neoceratium, illeg.
detailGÓMEZ, Fernando, David MOREIRA, & Purificación LÓPEZ-GARCÍA2010 (Jul.)Molecular phylogeny of noctilucoid dinoflagellates (Noctilucales, Dinophyceae)Protist161(3): 466-478, 3 figs., 1 table
detailGÓMEZ, Fernando2010 (Oct.)A genus name for the marine species of Ceratium. Reply to commentary by A. Calado and J.M. Huisman on Gómez, F., Moreira, D., and López-García, P. (2010). Neoceratium gen. nov., a new genus for all marine species currently assigned to Ceratium (Dinophyceae). Protist 161: 35-54Protist161(4): 520-522
detailLINTON, Eric W., Anna KARNKOWSKA-ISHIKAWA, Jong Im KIM, Woongghi SHIN, Mathew S. BENNETT, Jan KWIATOWSKI, Bozena ZAKRYS, & Richard E. TRIEMER2010 (Oct.)Reconstructing euglenoid evolutionary relationships using three genes: nuclear SSU and LSU, and chloroplast SSU rDNA sequences and the description of Euglenaria gen. nov. (Euglenophyta)Protist161(4): 603-619, 3 figs., 3 tables
detailLOWE, Chris D., David J.S. MONTAGNES, Laura E. MARTIN, & Phillip C. WATTS2010 (Apr.)Patterns of genetic diversity in the marine heterotrophic flagellate Oxyrrhis marina (Alveolata: Dinophyceae)Protist161(2): 212-221, 3 figs., 1 tablscryptic diversity
detailMARIN, Birger, & Michael MELKONIAN2010 (Apr.)Molecular phylogeny and classification of the Mamiellophyceae class. nov. (Chlorophyta) based on sequence comparisons of the nuclear- and plastid-encoded rRNA operonsProtist161(2): 304-336, 8 figs., 4 tablesBathococcaceae, Dolichomastigales, Dolichomastigaceae, Crustomastigaceae, Monomastigales, Monomastigaceae
detailMONIZ, Mónica B.J., & Irena KACZMARSKA2010 (Jan.)Barcoding of diatoms: nuclear encoded ITS revisitedProtist161(1): 7-34, 4 tablessuccessful for Mediophyceae and Bacillariophyceae
detailPECK, Robert K.2010 (Jan..)Structure of loricae and stalks of several bacterivorous chrysomonads (Chrysophyceae): taxonomical importance and possible ecological significanceProtist161(1): 148-159, 5 figs., 1 table
detailPOULÍCKOVÁ, Aloisie, Jana VESELÁ, Jirí NEUSTUPA, & Pavel SKALOUD2010 (Jul.)Pseudocryptic diversity versus cosmopolitanism in diatoms: a case study on Navicula cryptocephala Kütz. (Bacillariophyceae) and morphologically similar taxaProtist161(3): 353-369, 7 figs., 4 tables
detailSIANO, Raffaele, Marina MONTRESOR, Ian PROBERT, Fabrice NOT, & Colomban DE VARGAS2010 (Jul.)Pelagodinium gen. nov. and P. béii comb. nov., a dinoflagellate symbiont of planktonic foraminiferaProtist161(3): 385-399, 5 figs., 1 tablebased on Gymnodinium bei
detailSORHANNUS, Ulf, Joseph D. ORTIZ, Matthias WOLF, & Martin G. FOX2010 (Apr.)Microevolution and speciation in Thalassiosira weissflogii (Bacillariophyta)Protist161(2): 237-249, 2 figs., 2 tables
detailTOUZET, Nicolas, Keith DAVIDSON, Romain PETE, Kalen FLANAGAN, Gary R. MCCOY, Zouher AMZIL, Majella MAHER, Annie CHAPELLE, & Robin RAINE2010 (Jul.)Co-occurrence of the West European (Gr.III) and North American (Gr.I) ribotypes of Alexandrium tamarense (Dinophyceae) in Shetland, ScotlandProtist161(3): 370-384, 8 figs., 1 table