Ulotrichaceae


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Ulotrichaceae

[yü‚lä·trə′kās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of green algae in the suborder Ulotrichineae; contains both attached and floating filamentous species with cells having parietal, platelike or bandlike chloroplasts.
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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.
Agardh) Kutzing E&W DIVISION CHLOROPHYTA Order Ulotrichales Family Ulotrichaceae Ulothrix flacca (Dilwyn) Thuret E&W Order Dasycladales Family Polyphysaceae Polyphysa polyphysoides (P.
Aphanocapsa sp.1 CRYPTOPHYTA Aphanocapsa sp.2 CRIPTOMONADACEAE Aphanocapsa sp.3 Cryptomona sp.1 Cryptomona sp.2 CHLOROPHYTA CHRYSOPHYTA OEDOGONiACEAE HETEROCLONiACEAE Oedogonium sp.1 Heterococcus sp.1 Oedogonium sp.2 CRIPTOMONADACEAE ULOTRiCHACEAE Cryptomona sp.1 Ulothrix sp.
Shells densely covered by green algae (species of Derbesiaceae and Ulotrichaceae) or the calcareous tubes of polychaetes were also often used by crabs in the field.
Howe x 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Polysiphonia subtilissima Montagne x 1, 4, 5, 6, 8 Liagoraceae Liagora ceranoides Lamouroux x 9, 10 CHLOROPHYTA ULOTRICHALES Ulotrichaceae Ulotrix sp.