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Egregia menziesii (Turner) Areschoug

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drawing of Egregia menziesii
segment of rachis with pneumatocysts
Illustrations:
Sporophyte: Abbott and Hollenberg 1976, p. 245, fig. 199, left (habit); Cameron 1912, pl. XVIII, fig. 1 (photo: habit); Harvey 1852, pl. IIIB (habit); Myers 1928, pl. 49, figs. 20, 21, 30–35, pl. 52 (early development); Ramaley 1903, pl. IV (anatomy); Scagel 1967, p. 157, fig. 64 (habit); D. Turner 1808, pl. 27 (habit). Gametophytes: Myers 1928, pl. 49, figs. 1–13 (development from zoospores), figs. 14, 16–19, 23 (male), figs. 15, 22, 24–29 (female) Display references
Pacific Coast Distribution:
Langara I., Queen Charlotte Is., British Columbia (Hawkes et al. 1979, p. 92) to Government Point, Santa Barbara Co., Calif. (Silva 1957, p. 45); Channel Is., Calif. (San Miguel I., Santa Rosa I., Santa Cruz I., Anacapa I., San Nicolas I. (Silva 1957, p. 45, as subsp. insularis) Display references
Taxonomy:
see Taxonomic Notes, p. 000; Silva 1957 Display references
Molecular Taxonomy:
Boo et al. 1999; Saunders and Druehl 1993b; Saunders and Druehl 1992a Display references
Evolution:
Druehl and Saunders 1992; Saunders and Druehl 1992b; Estes and Steinberg 1988 Display references
Life History:
alternation of heteromorphic phases, with a macroscopic sporophyte and dioecious microscopic gametophytes (Myers 1928) Display references
Chromosomes:
Cole 1967b, p. 5 Display references
Biology/Ecology:
Hurd and Stevens 1997; Foster et al. 1991, p. 249; Lüning 1990; Murray and Horn 1989, p. 462; Foster and Schiel 1988; Foster et al. 1988, p. 4; Lüning and Freshwater 1988, p. 312; Schiel and Foster 1986, p. 271; Foster and Schiel 1985, p. 5; Steinberg 1985; T. Turner 1983a, p. 63; T. Turner 1983b, p. 732; Druehl and Green 1982, p. 167; Littler 1980b, p. 299; Thom 1980b, p. 105; Devinny 1978, p. 358; Gordon and DeWreede 1978; Murray and Littler 1978, p. 509; Seapy and Littler 1978, p. 298; Littler and Murray 1977, p. 11; Dayton 1975, p. 137; Foster 1975b, p. 335; Devinny and Kirkwood 1974, p. 102; Paine 1974, p. 103; Pearse and Lowry 1974, p. 14; N. Turner 1973, p. 195; Druehl 1969, p. 165; Paine and Vadas 1969a, p. 714; Paine and Vadas 1969b, p. 80; R. Lee 1965a, p. 20; R. Lee 1965b, p. 118; Widdowson 1965b, p. 1428; Scagel 1963, p. 48; Scagel 1961, p. 528; Stephenson and Stephenson 1961b, p. 235; Rigg and Miller 1949; Northcraft 1948, p. 397; Doty 1946, p. 325. Display references
Epiphytes:
Acrochaete geniculata, Acrochaetium pacificum, Compsonema serpens, Ectocarpus acutus, Ectocarpus commensalis, Halorhipis winstonii, Hecatonema primarium, Microcladia californica, Porphyra gardneri, Porphyra smithii, Porphyra thuretii, Pterochondria woodii
Endophytes:
Endophyton ramosum
Morphology:
Ramaley 1903 Display references
Ultrastructure:
Bisalputra 1966, p. 89 Display references
Physiology:
Cabello-Pasini and Alberte 1997; Gross 1990; Kraemer 1990a; Cooper and McRoy 1988; Kremer 1981, p. 504; Kremer 1979, p. 245 Display references
Biophysics:
Friedland and Denny 1995 Display references
Chemistry:
Khotimchenko et al. 2002; Van Alstyne et al. 1999; Todd et al. 1994; Todd et al. 1993; Rosell and Srivastava 1987; Ragan and Glombitza 1986, p. 189; Whyte and Englar 1983, p. 163; Display references
Economic Applications:
Mumford 1980, p. 19 Display references

 
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BRITISH
COLUMBIA
Pl                         Abundant, on rocks , in pools, in the low intertidal and upper subtidal in fully sheltered to fully exposed habitats. Scagel 1957, p. 111. Scagel 1973, p. 133. Hawkes et al. 1979, p. 92. Display references
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COLUMBIA
RIVER
Pl                         Common throughout the range, in the mid to low intertidal. Doty 1947, p. 44. Sanborn and Doty 1947, p. 32. Markham and Celestino 1977, p. 258. Display references
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CAPE
ARAGO
Pl                         Common, along rocky shores, in pools, of the mid intertidal. Dawson 1965a, p. 19. Display references
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CAPE
MENDOCINO
Pl                         Abundant, on rocks on exposed shores, in pools, mid and low intertidal, and subtidal. Kjeldsen 1995, p. 20. Display references
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POINT
ARENA
Pl                         Abundant, on rocks, in pools, the low intertidal and subtidal in moderately to fully exposed habitats. Johansen 1966a, p. 104. Kjeldsen 1995, p. 20. Display references
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SAN
FRANCISCO
Pl                         Abundant, mid intertidal, except where interrupted by sandy beaches, in a continuous belt on rock shores; subtidal, on boulder tops, in and around Macrocystis beds. Smith 1944, p. 149. Devinny and Kirkwood 1974, p. 102. Display references
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