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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None of the sequences from "Group A" matched a particular species and, due to weak nodal support, formed a polytomy with the Codiaceae and Bryopsidaceae (Fig.
Most Chlorophyta species belong to the families Ulvaceae (N = 7) and Codiaceae (N = 6; Sanchez-Rodriguez et al.
Agardh (C; L) Familia Codiaceae Codium Stackhouse, 1797 Codium decorticatum (Woodward) M.
The lower Silurian Codiaceae and Dasycladaceae, for example, should be eliminated because of their high specialization.
Agardh Tropical 2138 Caluerpa sertularioides (Gmelin) Howe Tropical 2139 Familia Codiaceae Codium magnum Dawson Templado 2140 Codium pincturatum Pedoche & Silva Endemico 2141 Codium simulans Setchell & Gardner Endemico 2142 Familia Bryopsidaceae Bryopsis pennatula Lamouroux Cosmopolita 2143 Derbesia marina (Lyngbye) Solier Templado 2144 Familia Udotaceae Halimeda discoidea Decaisne 2145 DIVISION PHAEOPHYTA CLASE PHAEOPPHYCIDAE ORDEN SPHACELARIALES Familia Sphacelariaceae Sphacelaria californica (Suvers) Setchell & Gardner Templado 2146 Sphacelaria rigidula Kutzing Tropical 2147 ORDEN DICTYOTALES Familia Diclyotaceae Dictyota crenulata J.
The Codiaceae of the Siboga Expedition including a monograph of Flabellarieae and Udoteae.