Caulerpaceae


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Caulerpaceae

[‚kȯ·lər′pās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of green algae in the order Siphonales.
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These unique sequences included two that grouped within the Derbesiaceae and another sequence that surprisingly grouped within the Caulerpaceae, but the latter was only a single PCR product found in a single slug (Table 1).
In vitro inactivation of thrombin generation by polysulfated fractions isolated from the tropical coenocytic green seaweed Caulerpa racemosa (Caulerpaceae, Bryopsidales).
Physical factors contributing to the benthic dominance of the algae Caulerpa sertularioides (Caulerpaceae, Chlorophyta) in the upwelling Bahia Culebra, north Pacific of Costa Rica.
Clase Orden Familia Genero Ulvophyceae Bryopsidales Caulerpaceae (*) Caulerpa Cladophorales Cladophoraceae Chaetomorph Cladophora Rhizoclonium Ulotrichales Ulotrichaceae Ulothrix Ulvales Kornmanniaceae Blidingia Ulvaceae Ulva Clase Especie Ulvophyceae C.
First record of Caulerpa cylindracea (Caulerpaceae, Chlorophyta) in Andalusia (Southern Spain).
Due to the diversity of the invertebrate species, these groups are further aggregated into the following three categories: 1) invertebrate animals (including crustaceans, mollusks, starfish, anemones, sea cucumbers, sponges, nudibranches, bryozoa, etc.), 2) plants (including those of the Caulerpaceae, Halimedaceae, and Corallinaceae families), and 3) live rock and live sand.
Physical factors contributing to the benthic dominance of the alga Caulerpa sertularioides (Caulerpaceae, Chlorophyta) in the upwelling Bahia Culebra, north Pacific of Costa Rica.
cupressoides polysaccharide composition at different times of algal collection (Cardozo et al., 2007, Wang et al., 2014, Rodrigues et al., 2017) comparing with published data on this species since the physiological role of these glycans in Caulerpaceae is still unclear (Rodrigues et al., 2011b, Patel, 2012, Rodrigues et al., 2014a, Wang et al., 2014).
Por lo que respecta a Heterokontophyta (Clase Phaeophyceae), el grupo mas numeroso es Dictyotaceae con 14 especies; mientras que en Chlorophyta las mas importantes son Caulerpaceae con 18, Cladophoraceae con 16 y Udoteaceae con 14.