Chromophyta

Chromophyta

[krō′mäf·əd·ə]
(botany)
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obtusa Leptocylindrus danicus Pyrocystis Oncaea media lunula Ditylum brighterii Chromophyta Oncaea mediterranea Hemiaulus hauckii Dictyochophyceae Microsetella sp.
Se obtuvieron 11 nuevos registros de vegetacion bentica para la Bahia de Chetumal: 5 Rhodophyta, 5 Chlorophyta, y 1 Chromophyta, (Cuadro 1).
X MACROALGAS Chromophyta Xanthophyceae Vaucheriales Vaucheriaceae ** Vaucheria sp.
Properties of a Schizochytrium (Chromophyta)-based HUFA enrichment and larval feed (Docosa Gold) suspended in seawater.
Screening of freshwater algae (Chlorophyta, Chromophyta) for ultraviolet-B sensitivity of the photosynthetic apparatus.
The major taxonomic groups include red algae (Rhodophyta), green algae (Chlorophyta), and brown plus golden-brown algae (Chromophyta).
The Chromophyta are traditionally defined by 10 major classes which can be differentiated on the basis of ultrastructure and plastid characteristics (Green et al., 1989).
huxleyi) and dinoflagellates (as represented by Prorocentrum micans) to be independent eukaryotic lines of evolution unrelated to each other or the Chromophyta. In contrast, chromophyte algae plus oomycetes are seen as a cohesive evolutionary assemblage as are the animals, fungi, plants, and ciliates.
The Eustigmatophyceae have been considered to be outside the Chromophyta by some authors because of the possession of a distinctive eyespot, the lack of a girdle lamella in chloroplasts and the absence of dictyosomes from zoospores (Hoek, 1978; Hibberd, 1979).