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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detailADL, Sina M. et al.2005 (Oct.)The new higher level classification of eukaryotes with emphasis on the taxonomy of protistsJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology52(5): 399-451, 3 tables6 clusters (unnamed groups similar to kingdoms) recognized; http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/toc/jeu/52/5
detailCOATS, D. Wayne, Sunju Kim, Tsvetan R. BACHVAROFF, Sara M. HANDY & Charles F. DELWICHE2010 (online Sep. 28)Tintinnophagus acutus n. g., n. sp. (phylum Dinoflagellata), an ectoparasite of the ciliate Tintinnopsis cylindrica Daday 1887, and its relationship to Duboscquodinium collini Grassé 1952J. Eukaryotic Microbiology57(6): 468-472, 39 figs., 4 tablesaddendum 58(6): 545
detailCOATS, D. Wayne, Tsvetan R. BACHVAROFF & Charles F. DELWICHE2012 (online Jan. 5)Revision of the family Duboscquellidae with description of Euduboscquella crenulata n. gen., n. sp. (Dinoflagellata, Syndinea), an intracellular parasite of the ciliate Favella panamensis Kofoid & CampbellJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology59(1): 1-11, 34 figs., 3 tables
detailGARCÍA, Adriana, & Allan R. CHIVAS2004Quaternary and extant euryhaline Lamprothamnium Groves (Charales) from Australia: Gyrogonite morphology and paleolimnological significanceJ. Paleolimnol.31: 321-341, 35 figs.processed from PDF
detailJEONG, Hae Jin, Jae Seong KIM, Jae Yeon PARK, Jong Hyeok KIM, Sanghee KIM, Ilha LEE, Seung Hyun LEE, Jeong Hyun HA & Won Ho YIH2005 (Jul.)Stoeckeria algicida n. gen., n. sp. (Dinophyceae) from the coastal waters off southern Korea: morphology and small subunit ribosomal DNA gene sequenceJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology52(4): 382-390, 24 figs., 1 table
detailJEONG, Hae Jin, Sung Yeon LEE, Nam Seon KANG, Yeong Du YOO, An Suk LIM, Moo Joon LEE, Hyung Seop KIM, Wonho YIH, Hiroshi YAMASHITA & Todd C. LAJEUNESSE2013 (online Nov. 30)Genetics and morphology characterize the dinoflagellate Symbiodinium voratum, n. sp., (Dinophyceae) as the sole representative of Symbiodinium clade EJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology61(1): 75-94, 9 figs., 2 tables
detailKANG, Nam Seon, Hae Jin JEONG, Ojvind MOESTRUP, Sung Yeon LEE, An Suk LIM, Tae Young JANG, Kyung Ha LEE, Moo Joon LEE, Se Hyeon JANG, Eric POTVIN, Sook Kyung LEE & Jae Hoon NOH2014 (online Feb. 25)Gymnodinium smaydae n. sp., a new planktonic phototrophic dinoflagellate from the coastal waters of western Korea: morphology and molecular characterizationJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology61(2): 182-203, 12 figs. 2 tables
detailKANG, Nam Seon, Hae Jin JEONG, Ojvind MOESTRUP, Woongghi SHIN, Seung Won NAM, Jae Yeon PARK, Miguel F. DE SALAS, Ki Woo KIM & Jae Hoon NOH2010 (Apr.)Description of a new planktonic mixotrophic dinoflagellate Paragymnodinium shiwhaense n. gen., n. sp. from the coastal waters off western Korea: morphology, pigments, and ribosomal DNA gene sequenceJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology57(2): 121-144, 89 figs., 2 tables
detailKANG, Nam Seon, Hae Jin JEONG, Ojvind Moestrup & Tae Gyu PARK2011 (Aug.)Gyrodiniellum shiwhaense n. gen., n. sp., a new planktonic heterotrophic dinoflagellate from the coastal waters of western Korea: morphology and ribosomal DNA gene sequenceJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology58(4): 284-309, 67 figs., 4 tables
detailKOHLER, Tyler J., Katerina KOPALOVÁ, Bart VAN DE VIJVER, & J. Patrick KOCIOLEK2015 (online May 19)The genus Luticola D.G. Mann (Bacillariophyta) from the McMurdo Sound Region, Antarctica, with the description of four new speciesPhytotaxa208(2): 103-134, 151 pls., 2 tables
detailLEE, John J., Raul OLEA, Megan CEVASCO, Xavier POCHON, Maria CORREIA, Muki SHPIGEL & Jan PAWLOWSKI2003 (Nov.)A marine dinoflagellate, Amphidinium eilatiensis n. sp., from the benthos of a mariculture sedimentation pond in Eilat, IsraelJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology50(6): 439-448, 6 figs. 2 tables
detailMANN, David G., & Pieter VANORMELINGEN2013 (online May 27)An inordinate fondness? The number, distributions, and origins of diatom speciesJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology60(4): 414-420estimate of extant species of diatoms revised from 200,000 to probably 100,000
detailMERTENS, Kenneth N., Aika YAMAGUCHI, Yoshihito TAKANO, Vera POSPELOVA, Martin J. HEAD, Taoufik RADI, Anna J. PIEŃKOWSKI, Anne de VERNAL, Hisae KAWAMI & Kazumi MATSUOKA2013 (online Jul. 19)A new heterotrophic dinoflagellate from the north-eastern Pacific, Protoperidinium fukuyoi: cyst--theca relationship, phylogeny, distribution and ecologyJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology60(6): 545-563, 68 figs., 2 tables
detailNAKADA, Takashi, Hisayoshi NOZAKI & Masaru TOMITA2010Another origin of coloniality in Volvocaleans: the phylogenetic position of Pyrobotrys arnoldi (Spondylomoraceae, Volvocales)J. Eukaryotic Microbiology57(4): 379-382, 3 figs.molecular sequences, as embryonic development, indicate a polyphyletic origin of coloniality
detailPATTERSON, David J., & Jacob LARSEN1992 (Jan.)Perspective on protistan nomenclatureJ. Protozool.39(1): 125-131
detailYOON, Eun Young, Nam Seon KANG & Hae Jin JEONG2012 (online Jun. 28)Gyrodinium moestrupii n. sp., a new planktonic heterotrophic dinoflagellate from the coastal waters of western Korea: morphology and ribosomal DNA gene sequenceJ. Eukaryotic Microbiology59(6): 571-586, 55 figs., 2 tables