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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detailBALLANTINE, David L. & Hector RUIZ2011 (Feb.)Metapeyssonnelia milleporoides, a new species of coral-killing red alga (Peyssonneliaceae) from Puerto Rico, Caribbean SeaBot. Mar.54(1): 47-51, 8 figs., 1 tableincl. Metapeyssonnelia mexicana = Ethelia mexicana
detailCASTELEYN, Griet, Nicolaus G. ADAMS, Pieter VANORMELINGEN, Ann-Eline DEBEER, Koen SABBE, & Wim VYVERMAN2009 (May)Natural hybrids in the marine diatom Pseudo-nitzschia pungens (Bacillariophyceae): genetic and morphological evidenceProtist160(3): 343-354, 3 figs., 4 tableshybridization between vars. pungens and cingulata
detailCECERE, Ester, Isabella MORO, Marion A. WOLF, Antonella PETROCELLI, Marc VERLAQUE, & Adriano SFRISO2011 (Feb.)The introduced seaweed Grateloupia turuturu (Rhodophyta, Halymeniales) in two Mediterranean transitional water systemsBot. Mar.54(1): 23-33, 18 figs., 1 tableLagoon of Venice and Mar Piccolo of Taranto in Italy
detailD'ALELIO, Domenico, Alberto AMATO, Wiebe H.C.F. KOOISTRA, Gabriele PROCACCINI, Raffaella CASOTTI, & Marina MONTRESOR2009 (Feb)Internal transcribed spacer polymorphism in Pseudo-nitzschia multistriata (Bacillariophyceae) in the Gulf of Naples: recent divergence or intraspecific hybridization?Protist160(1): 9-20, 6 figs., 3 tablesrecent divergence
detailDÍAZ TAPIA, Pilar & Ignacio BÁRBARA2011 (Feb.)Sexual structures in Ptilothamnion sphaericum and Pterosiphonia complanata (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta) from the Atlantic Iberian PeninsulaBot. Mar.54(1): 35-46, 26 figs., 2 tables
detailEVANS, Katharine M., Victor A. CHEPURNOV, Hans J. SLUIMAN, Sindu J. THOMAS, Bryan M. SPEARS, & David G. MANN2009 (Aug)Highly differentiated populations of the freshwater diatom Sellaphora capitata suggest limited dispersal and opportunities for allopatric speciationProtist160(3): 386-396, 4 figs., 4 tables
detailFERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, Cindy, Rafael RIOSMENA-RODRÍGUEZ, Brian WYSOR, Olga Lidia TEJEDA, & Jorge CORTÉS2011 (Feb.)Checklist of the Pacific marine macroalgae of Central AmericaBot. Mar.54(1): 53-73, 6 figs., 2 tables379 taxa recorded
detailFIGUEROA, Rosa Isabel, Isabel BRAVO, Santiago FRAGA, Esther GARCÉS, & Gisela LLAVERIA2009 (May)The life history and cell cycle of Kryptoperidinium foliaceum, a dinoflagellate with two eukaryotic nucleiProtist160(2): 285-300, 10 figs. 2 tables
detailGARCIA, Marines2010 (Dec.)A new diatom genus: Rimoneis M. Garcia (Fragilariaceae, Bacillariophyceae): a new hyaline araphid genus based on observations of frustules from Southern BrazilDiatom26: 1-9, 21 figs., 2 tablesRimoneis densestriata n.c., Rimoneis inanis
detailGOTOH, Toshikazu, & Hideo KUBOTA2010 (Dec.)Diatoms from Lake Kinrin in the Yufuin Town, Oita PrefectureDiatom26: 17-39, 166 figs.J,E; 147 taxa
detailISHIDA, Ken-ichiro, Hiroko ENDO, Sayaka KOIKE2011 (Apr.)Partenskyella glossopodia (Chlorarachniophyceae) possesses a nucleomorph genome of approximately 1 MbpPhycol. Research59(2): 120-122, 1 fig.
detailJOUENNE, Fabien, Wenche EIKREM, Florence Le GALL, Dominique MARIE, Geir JOHNSEN, & Daniel VAULOT2011 (Jan)Prasinoderma singularis sp. nov. (Prasinophyceae, Chlorophyta), a solitary coccoid prasinophyte from the South-East Pacific OceanProtist162(1): 70-84, 8 figs., 2 tables
detailKAMIKAWA, Ryoma, Isao MASUDA, Mikihide DEMURA, Kenichi OYAMA, Sadaaki YOSHIMATSU, Masanobu KAWACHI, & Yoshihiko SAKO2009 (Aug)Mitochondrial group II introns in the raphidophycean flagellate Chattonella spp. suggest a diatom-to-Chattonella lateral group II intron transferProtist160(): 364-375, 4 figs., 2 tables
detailKLAVENESS Dag, & Eli-Anne LINDSTROM2011Hydrurus foetidus (Chromista, Chrysophyceae): a large freshwater chromophyte alga in laboratory culturePhycol. Research59(2): 105-112, 7 figs, 2 tablescareful attention to cleanliness, temperature, and turbulence resulted in sucessful culture
detailLELIAERT, Frederick, Sofie D'HONDT, Lennert TYBERGHEIN, Heroen VERBRUGGEN, & Olivier DE CLERCK2011Atypical development of Chaetomorpha antennina in culture (Cladophorales, Chlorophyta)Phycol. Research59(2): 91-97, 42 figs, 1 tableardnote: in culture branches are produced
detailLOGARES, Ramiro, Andrés BOLTOVSKOY, Staffan BENSCH, Johanna LAYBOURN-PARRY, & Karin RENGEFORS2009 (May)Genetic diversity patterns in five protist species occurring in lakesProtist160(2): 301-317,4 figs., 2 tables4 dinoflagellates, lakes in Skandinavia, Arctic, Antarctic, Italy
detailMOORE, Robert B., Miroslav OBORNÍK, Jan JANOUSKOVEC, Tomás CHRUDIMSKÝ, Marie VANCOVÁ, David H. GREEN, Simon W. WRIGHT, Noel W. DAVIES, Christopher J.S. BOLCH, Kirsten HEIMANN, Jan SLAPETA, Ove HOEGH-GULDBERG, John M. LOGSDON Jr. & Dee A. CARTER2008 (Feb 21)A photosynthetic alveolate closely related to apicomplexan parasites Nature451: 959-963, 3 figs.Chromera velia n.s., n.g. in phylum Chromerida, associated with stony corals; grown in culture
detailMURAKAMI, Ryohei, & Haruki HASHIMOTO2009 (Feb)Unusual nuclear division in Nannochloropsis oculata (Eustigmatophyceae, Heterokonta) which may ensure faithful transmission of secondary plastidsProtist160(1): 41-49, 7 figs.
detailMURRAY, Shauna, Camilla L.-C. IP, Robert MOORE, Yukio NAGAHAMA, & Yasuwo FUKUYO2009 (May)Are prorocentroid dinoflagellates monophyletic? A study of 25 species based on nuclear and mitochondrial genesProtist160(2): 245-264, 4 figs., 2 tablesyes
detailOBORNÍK, Miroslav, Marie VANCOVÁ, De-Hua LAI, Jan JANOUSKOVEC, Patrick J. KEELING, & Julius LUKES2011 (Jan)Morphology and ultrastructure of multiple life cycle stages of the photosynthetic relative of Apicomplexa, Chromera veliaProtist162(1): 115-130, 62 figs., 1 table
detailOHTA, Shuhei, Daniel VAULOT, Florence LE GALL, Akinori YABUKI, & Ken-ichiro ISHIDA2009 (Feb)Partenskyella glossopodia gen. et sp. nov., the first report of a chlorarachniophyte that lacks a pyrenoidProtist160(1): 137-150, 9 figs., 2 tables
detailPIZAY, Marie-Dominique, Rodolphe LEMÉE, Natalie SIMON, Anne-Lise CRAS, Jean-Pierre LAUGIER, & John R. DOLAN2009 (Nov)Night and day morphologies in a planktonic dinoflagellateProtist160(4): 565-575, 17 figs.in culture, "fingers" developing in daytime morph, disappearing in nighttime morph
detailRIISBERG, Ingvild, Russell J.S. ORR, Ragnhild KLUGE, Kamran SHALCHIAN-TABRIZI, Holly A. BOWERS, Vishwanath PATIL, Bente EDVARDSEN, & Kjetill S. JAKOBSEN2009 (May)Seven gene phylogeny of heterokontsProtist160(2): 191-204, 3 figs., 1 table36 new heterokont sequences
detailRYNEARSON, Tatiana A., Ellen O. LIN, & E. Virginia ARMBRUST2009 (Feb)Metapopulation structure in the planktonic diatom Ditylum brightwellii (Bacillariophyceae)Protist160(1): 111-121, 3 figs., 3 tablespopulations of populations
detailTANAKA, Hiroyuki, & Kaoru KASHIMA2010 (Dec.)Cyclotella kitabayashii sp. nov., a new fossil diatom species from Pliocene sediment in southwestern JapanDiatom26: 10-16, 22 figs., 1 table
detailTANAKA, Hiroyuki, & Tamotsu NAGUMO2010 (Dec.)Fine structure of the Aulocoseira crassipunctata Krammer in JapanDiatom26: 40-43, 14 figs.lacks rimoportulae
detailTANAKA, Hiroyuki2010 (Dec.)Spicaticriba kingstonii Johansen, Kociolek et Lowe found from Lake Fukugami, Okinawa PrefectureDiatom26: 44-46, 11 figs.J;
detailTROBAJO, Rosa, Laia ROVIRA, David G. MANN & Eileen J. COX2011Effects of salinity on growth and on valve morphology of five estuarine diatomsPhycol. Research59(2): 83-90, 19 figs, 4 tableschanges in salinity produced slight and inconsistent changes in taxonomic characters
detailWEATHERBY, Kate, Shauna MURRAY, Dee CARTER, & Jan SLAPETA2011 (Jan)Surface and flagella morphology of the motile form of Chromera velia revealed by field-emission scanning electron microscopyProtist162(1): 142-153, 7 figs.
detailZUCCARELLO, Giuseppe C., Joe BUCHANAN, John A. WEST & Francisco F. PEDROCHE2011Genetic diversity of the mangrove-associated alga Bostrychia radicans/Bostrychia moritziana (Ceramiales, Rhodophyta) from southern Central America Phycol. Research59(2): 98-104, 2 figs, 3 tablesextensive sampling discoverd high diversity, decreasing to one haplotype in extreme north of range