Codiaceae


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Codiaceae

[‚kō·dē′as·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of green algae in the order Siphonales having macroscopic thalli composed of aggregates of tubes.
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Most Chlorophyta species belong to the families Ulvaceae (N = 7) and Codiaceae (N = 6; Sanchez-Rodriguez et al.
The lower Silurian Codiaceae and Dasycladaceae, for example, should be eliminated because of their high specialization.
Agardh (T:125) R D Microdictyon boergesenii Setchell (S:79) R D Order Caulerpales Family Codiaceae Codium taylorii Silva (S:87) P L Family Udoteaceae Avrainvillea nigricans Decaisne (T:160) R L Udotea cyathiformis Decaisne (S:90) R D Udotea spinulosa Howe (T:167) P L *Rhipocephalus phoenix (Ellis and Solander) Kutzing (T:174) A L R.