Caulerpa

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Caulerpa

 

a genus of green algae of the order Siphonales.There are about 60 species inhabiting tropical and subtropicalseas. The thallus of Caulerpa is a single polynuclear diploid cell, interlaced with trabeculae (siphon structure). A Caulerpa algaconsists of a spreading, branching portion up to 1 m long andrhizoids and vertical shoots up to 30 cm tall. Reproduction isboth sexual (isogamy) and vegetative (parts of the body breakaway).

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binderi, Spatoglossum asperum, and Stokeyia indica, and the green alga Caulerpa racemosa, showed significant cytotoxic activity (Ara et al.
Cavas, Removal of Malachite Green by Using an Invasive Marine Alga Caulerpa racemosa var, Cylindracea, J.
10%; diferencias principalmente aportadas por la cobertura y contribucion de los generos (en orden segun su contribucion) Ulva intestinalis, Dictyota dichotoma, Jania rubens, Ellisolandia elongata, Cystoseira mediterranea, Caulerpa racemosa (Tabla 4).
The cluster analysis showed similar nitrate reductase activity among Chactomorpha spp, Caulerpa racemosa and Porphyra spp (Fig.
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Caulerpa racemosa (alga verde / green algae): presenta estructuras ovaladas, cilindrico-claviforme con brazos erectos y largos.
Kuntze Chlorophyta Class: Chlorophyceae ORDER: BRYOPSIDALES Family: Caulerpaceae Caulerpa racemosa (Forsskal) J.
The algae which accompany the Turbo shell are Enteromorpha flexuosa, Chaetomorpha gracilis, Caulerpa racemosa, Dictyota dichotoma, Hypnea cervicornis, Amphiroa spp.
then became invasive are Caulerpa taxifolia, Caulerpa racemosa, Codium
The new green alga, Caulerpa racemosa, was spotted for the first time in 1990 on the coast of Libya, according to Professor Alexandre Meinesz, director of the marine laboratory (Laboratoire environnement marin littoral) at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, in France.