2 edition of Comparative cytological considerations of Trebouxia and Pleurastrum. found in the catalog.
Comparative cytological considerations of Trebouxia and Pleurastrum.
Stephen C Conte
|Statement||A thesis ... for the degree of Master of Science, Department of Botany|
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|Pagination||64 l., typed.|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Natural polyploidy has played an important role during the speciation and evolution of vertebrates, including anurans, with more than 55 described cases. The species of the Phyllomedusa burmeisteri group are mostly characterized by having 26 chromosomes, but a karyotype with 52 chromosomes was described in P. tetraploidea. This species was found in sintopy with P. distincta in Cited by: Braz. J. Biol., , vol. 74, no. 2, p. Morphological variation in Staurastrum rotula in the deepest natural lake analysis, i.e. on the examination of about individual specimens of each species, variety or taxonomic form in the.
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Trebouxia is a unicellular green alga. It is a photosynthetic organism that can exist in almost all habitats found in polar, tropical, and temperate regions. It can either exist in a symbiotic relationship with fungi in the form of lichen or it can survive independently as a free-living organism alone or in colonies.
Trebouxia is the most common photobiont in extant : Trebouxiophyceae. Trebouxia appears to be closely related to the free-living genus, Pleurastrum, which makes the treatment by van den Hoek et al.
correct. The current concept of the genus is that of a unicellular, usually spherical alga, containing a single, large stellate chloroplast ('star-like'), which itself contains a single, central pyrenoid. Other articles where Trebouxia is discussed: fungus: Basic features of lichens: lichen associations contain species of Trebouxia, a single-celled green alga.
There are about 15 species of cyanobacteria that act as the photobiont in lichen associations, including some members of the genera Calothrix, Gloeocapsa, and Nostoc. [Spectral properties of the green alga Trebouxia--a phycobiont of cryptoendolithic lichens in the high-latitude polar regions of Antarctica].
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(): VEB Gustav Fischer Verlag lena Lehrstuhl fiir Pflanzenokologie und Systematik der Universitat Bayreuth, F.R.G.; Institut fiir Botanik der Universitat Innsbruck, Austria Trebouxia (Pleurastrales, Chlorophyta) as a Phycobiont in the Lichen Genus Diploschistes By THOMAS FRIEDL and GEORG GARTNER With 30 Figures Key words: Trebouxia asymmetrica nov.
spec Cited by: Summary. Lichen fungi farm algae as a source of food. Many of these fungi cultivate Trebouxia as food cells by providing them with nutrients by means of xia lives as a heterotroph inside a lichen thallus and is so dependent on the mycobiont that it cannot live independently- free-living Trebouxia do not exist.
Most of the compounds produced photosynthetically by the photobiont Cited by: Phylogenetic analysis of symbiotic Trebouxia microalgae found in sorediate lichens of Parmelia reveal new mono-phyletic clades. Conference Paper (PDF Available) July with 81 Reads. Zoospore ultrastructure (incl. flagellar apparatus) has been investigated in three species ofTrebouxia (T.
glomerata, T. erici, T. pyriformis) and one species ofPseudotrebouxia (P. impressa) using an absolute configuration analysis. Zoospores in all taxa studied are nearly identical in ultrastructure and exhibit a very distinctive disposition of cell organelles: cells are naked, biflagellate Cited by: Trebouxia Medium.
Modification of Ahmadjian's medium for the phycobionts of lichens. Suitable for most axenic cultures of Trebouxia, Pseudotrebouxia, Trentepohlia and Cephaleuros. Directions For 1 L Total. Prepare 1 L of Bristol Medium. Transfer approximately mL to a 2-L Erlenmeyer flask.
Save the remaining Solution. Taxonomy and Symbiosis in Associations of Physciaceae and Trebouxia Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades der Biologischen Fakultät der Georg-August Universität Göttingen Vorgelegt von Gert W.F.
Helms aus Tübingen Göttingen 1. Trebouxia (division Chlorophyta) A genus of unicellular, non-motile green algae which are the commonest phycobionts in lichens; free-living Trebouxia cells are found on trees, fences, etc.
Phycobiont cells show some differences from their free-living counterparts, e.g. in the proportion of photosynthetic products formed, and in the amount of such products released from the cells (which is.
Comparative Study on Plant Latex Particles and Latex Coagulation in Ficus benjamina, Campanula glomerata and Three Euphorbiaspecies Georg Bauer1,2, Stanislav N. Gorb3, Marie-Christin Klein3, Anke Cited by: Algae of the Boreč Hill, Czech Republic: Trebouxiophyceae.
Trebouxia arboricola. Biotope: aerophytic, terrestrial. Date of sampling. JPP Editorial Office Dipartimento di Scienze del Suolo, della Pianta e degli Alimenti, Università di Bari, Via G. Amendola, /A Bari, Italy Tel. (+39) Fax (+39) E Author: Gisela Alejandra Ramona Quiroga, Eduardo Roberto Wright, O.
Herrera, Luciana Belén Silvestro, Sebast. datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas for this species.
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This study was funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science (CGLC/02), the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (CGLC/02), the AECID (PCI_A//09) and the Generalitat Valenciana (PROMETEO / GVA). We are grateful to Dr J. Gimeno-Romeu (University of California, Davis, USA) and to Dr P.
de Nova (IREC, Ciudad Cited by: Syzygiella The genus Syzygiella is in the family Jungermanniaceae in the major group Bryophytes (Mosses and liverworts).
Statistics are at the end of the page. Pleurotus definition is - a genus of white-spored agarics having the pileus laterally sessile or with an eccentric stipe. A Tripartite Interaction Between Spartina alterniflora, Fusarium palustre, and the Purple Marsh Crab (Sesarma reticulatum) Contributes to Sudden Vegetation Dieback of Salt Marshes in New England OctoberVolumeNumber Brummelen, J.
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