Center for Phycological Documentation: Index Nominum Algarum

The INA is a card file and online reporting system maintained at the Silva Center for Phycological Documentation of the University Herbarium, University of California, Berkeley. 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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detailBARSANTI, Laura, Anna Maria FRASSANITO, Vincenzo PASSARELLI, Valtere EVANGELISTA, Maryam ETEBARI, Eugenio PACCAGNINI, Pietro LUPETTI, Paola LENZI, Franco VERNI, & Paolo GUALTIERI2013 (online Jan. 11)Tetraflagellochloris mauritanica gen. et sp. nov. (Chlorophyceae), a new flagellated alga from the Mauritanian desert: morphology, ultrastructure and phylogenetic framingJ. Phycol.49(1): 178-193, 17 figs., 2 tables
detailFRASER, Ceridwen I., & Jonathan M. WATERS2013 (online Jan. 11)Algal parasite Herpodiscus durvillaeae (Phaeophyceae: Sphacelariales) inferred to have traversed the Pacific Ocean with its buoyant hostJ. Phycol.49(1): 202-206, 2 figs., 2 tables
detailHENRICHS, Darren W., Paula S. SCOTT, Karen A. STEIDINGER, Reagan M. ERRERA, Ann ABRAHAM, & Linda CAMPBELL2013 (online Jan. 11)Morphology and phylogeny of Prorocentrum texanum sp. nov. (Dinophyceae): a new toxic dinoflagellate from the Gulf of Mexico coastal waters exhibiting two distinct morphologies J. Phycol.49(1): 143-155, 6 figs.
detailHIND, Katharine R., & Gary W. SAUNDERS 2013 (online Jan. 11)A molecular phylogenetic study of the tribe Corallineae (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) with an assessment of genus-level taxonomic features and descriptions of novel generaJ. Phycol.49(1): 103-114, 5 figs., 1 tableSerraticardia, Marginispora sunk into Corallina; Johansenia and Ellisolandia described; Corallineae includes non-geniculate members
detailKIM, Jong Im, Woongghi SHIN & Richard E. TRIEMER2013 (online Jan. 11)Cryptic speciation in the genus Cryptoglena (Euglenaceae) revealed by nuclear and plastid SSU and LSU rRNA geneJ. Phycol.49(1): 92-102, 5 figs., 2 tables5 clades recognized; 3 species described
detailKIM, Jong Im, Woongghi SHIN & Richard E. TRIEMER2013 (online Jan. 11)Phylogenetic reappraisal of the genus Monomorphina (Euglenophyceae) based on molecular and morphological dataJ. Phycol.49(1): 82-91, 5 figs., 2 tables46 strains examined; 8 species recognized in genus
detailKIRKENDALE, Lisa, Gary W. SAUNDERS & Pia WINBERG2013 (online Jan. 11)A molecular survey of Ulva (Chlorophyta) in temperate Australia reveals enhanced levels of cosmopolitanismJ. Phycol.49(1): 69-81, 3 figs., 2 tables90 specimens analyzed from 38 locations; 23 lineages detected
detailNEVROVA, Elena, Andrzej WITKOWSKI, Maxim KULIKOVSKIY, Horst LANGE-BERTALOT & J. Patrick KOCIOLEK2013A revision of the diatom genus Lyrella Karayeva (Bacillariophyta: Lyrellaceae) from the Black Sea, with descriptions of five new speciesPhytotaxa83(1): 1-38, 107 figs., 2 tablesLyrella abruptapontica, L. karayevae, L. pontieuxini, L. pseudolyra and L. ruppelii spp. nov.; L. dilatata, L. aestimata, L. rudiformis, L. granulata, L. rattrayi and L. bacillifera ncc.;
detailSILBERFELD, Thomas, Lucie BITTNER, Cindy FERNÁNDEZ-GARCÍA, Corinne CRUAUD, Florence ROUSSEAU, Bruno DE REVIERS, Frederik LELIAERT, Claude E. PAYRI & Olivier De CLERK 2013 (online Jan. 11)Species diversity, phylogeny and large scale biogeographic patterns of the genus Padina (Phaeophyceae, Dictyotales) J. Phycol.49(1): 130-142, 6 figs., 1 tableanalysis of 221 collections worldwide show that ranges of most species have been overestimated in the past
detailSKALOUD, Pavel, Tomás KALINA, Katarína NEMJOVÁ, Olivier De CLERK & Frederik LELIAERT2013 (online Jan. 11)Morphology and phylogenetic position of the freshwater green microalgae Chlorochytrium (Chlorophyceae) and Scotinosphaera (Scotinosphaerales, ord. nov., Ulvophyceae) J. Phycol.49(1): 115-129, 8 figs., 1 table