Marine algae of the northern Gulf of California
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Marine algae of the northern Gulf of California Chlorophyta and Phaeophyceae by James N. Norris

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Marine algae -- Mexico -- California, Gulf of

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementJames N. Norris.
SeriesSmithsonian contributions to botany -- no. 94, Smithsonian contributions to botany -- no. 94.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK571.9.C35 N67 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23944681M
LC Control Number2009046617

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The present treatment constitutes a taxonomic study of the benthic marine red algae known in the northern Gulf of California. In all, species of Rhodophyta belonging to two subphyla were found: the Rhodophytina, represented by 2 classes, 2 orders, 2 families, 7 genera, and 14 species; and Eurhodophytina, represented by 2 classes, 5 subclasses, 19 orders, 47 families, genera, and Cited by: Get this from a library! Marine algae of the northern Gulf of California: Chlorophyta and Phaeophyceae. [James N Norris; Smithsonian Institution.] -- The present treatment constitutes a taxonomic study of the green and brown benthic marine algae currently known in the northern Gulf of California. In all, species were found: 4 classes, 7. Marine algae of the northern Gulf of California: Chlorophyta and Phaeophyceae. Login. Marine algae of the northern Gulf of California: Chlorophyta and Phaeophyceae. Login. Norris, J.N. Marine Algae of the Northern Gulf of California. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of California, Santa Barbara. Seasonal collections have increased an understanding of the taxonomy, morphology and distribution of the benthic marine algae of the northern Gulf of California.

ABSTRACT Norris, James N. Marine Algae of the Northern Gulf of California II: Rhodophyta. Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, num xvi + pages, figures, —. The present treatment constitutes an undated, annotated, systematic review of red, brown, and green benthic marine algae of the Gulf of California, Mexico, using the currently accepted taxon names, with the date and place of valid publication, type locality, and north to south distribution in the Gulf. The present treatment constitutes a taxonomic study of the benthic marine red algae known in the northern Gulf of California. In all, species of Rhodophyta belonging to two subphyla were found: the Rhodophytina represented by 2 classes, 2 orders, 2 families, 7 genera, and 14 species; and, the Eurhodophytina represented by 2 classes, 5 subclasses, 19 orders, 45 families, genera, and Marine Algae of the Northern Gulf of California II: oriella, are known in the northern Gulf of California. Of these, Metapeyssonnelia is generally treated in this family, but mo-.

This is a complete, systematic treatment of the marine algae (seaweeds) flora of California. The species treated are each illustrated by a detailed line drawing made from an actual specimen. The two authors have drawn upon their phycological research to offer a definitive representation of benthic marine algae from the Californian coast.4/5(1). Marine algae of the Monterey Peninsula, California and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Home Allan Hancock Foundation Collection The marine algae of the Gulf of California, [title page] Reference URL Save to favorites. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection: Richard M. Mosk Christopher Commission records,   For those unfamiliar with the Gulf of California, or marine algae in general, sections are included covering the history of phycological research in the Gulf, the basics of marine algal biology and the physical environment in which the organisms live. Included are 78 of the most common species of marine algae in the Gulf of California.