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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detailBRODIE, Juliet, & Jane LEWIS (eds.)2007Unraveling the algae: the past, present, and future of algal systematics:[18] + 376 +[5] pp.The Systematics Association Special Volume Series 75. CRC Presswith contributions by J. Brodie and J. Lewis; C.F. Delwiche; T. Cavalier-Smith; D.M. Williams P.K. Hayes, N.A. El Semary, and P. Sánchez-Baracaldo; C.A. Maggs, H. Verbruggen, and O. De Clerck; T. Pröschold and F. Leliaert; J.D. Hall and C.F. Delwiche; K. Ishida, A. Yabuki, and S. Ota; B. Edvardsen and L.K. Medlin; F. Cerino and A. Zingone; O. Moestrup and N. Daugbjerg; D.G. Mann and K.M. Evans; B. de Reviers, F. Rousseau, and S.G.A. Draisma; R.A. Andersen; R.E. Triemer and M.A. Farmer; C. Bowler and A.E. Allen; L.K. Medlin, K. Metfies, U. John, and J.L. Olsen
detailRYBALKA, Nataliya, Matthias WOLF, Robert A. ANDERSEN & Thomas FRIEDL2013 (Feb. 13)Congruence of chloroplast- and nuclear-encoded DNA sequence variations used to assess species boundaries in the soil microalga Heterococcus (Stramenopiles, Xanthophyceae)BMC Evolutionary Biology13{39}: 1-15, 4 figs.Epitypes established for Heterococcus viridis, H. caespitosus, H. crassulus, H. fuornensis, H. conicus, H. virginis, H. leptosiroides, H. ramosissimus, Desmococcus antarcticus
detailRYBALKA, Nataliya, Robert A. ANDERSEN, Igor KOSTIKOV, Kathrin I. MOHR, Andrzej MASSALSKI, Maria OLECH, & Thomas FRIEDL2009 (Mar.)Testing for endemism, genotypic diversity and species concepts in Antarctic terrestrial microalgae of the Tribonemataceae (Stramenopiles, Xanthophyceae)Environmental Microbiology11(3): 554-565, 3 figs., 2 tablesEpitypes established for Xanthonema bristolianum, X. debile, X. exile, X. horomidioides, X. sessile