Trentepohliaceae


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Trentepohliaceae

[‚tren·tə‚pō·lē′ās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of green algae belonging to the Ulotrichales having thick walls, bandlike or reticulate chloroplasts, and zoospores or isogametes produced in enlarged, specialized cells.
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The green algal order Trentepohliales (Chlorophyta) consists of a single family, the Trentepohliaceae, with six genera.
As Timpano and Pearlmutter (1983) have stated "there are indications that Stomatochroon is the most widely distributed genus of the Trentepohliaceae yet it is the least studied." To date no molecular studies have been conducted to show relationships between species in the genus let alone to other members of the trentepohlian family.
An assessment of the current state of our knowledge of the Trentepohliaceae. In: Systematics of the Green Algae (Irvine, D.E.G.
The taxonomy and distribution of Phycopeltis (Trentepohliaceae, Chlorophyta) in Europe.
Observations on lichenized and free-living Physolinum (Chlorophyta, Trentepohliaceae).