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Studies in the Helminthocladiaceae, III Liagoropsis

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Title: Studies in the Helminthocladiaceae, III Liagoropsis
Authors: Doty, Maxwell S.
Abbott, Isabella A.
Issue Date: Oct 1964
Publisher: University of Hawai'i Press
Citation: Doty MS, Abbott IA. 1964. Studies in the Helminthocladiaceae, III Liagoropsis. Pac Sci 18(4): 441-452.
Abstract: In the first paper in this series of studies of
the Helminthocladiaceae (Dory and Abbott,
1961 ), we have shown that, in two species of
Helminthocladia from Hawaii, the female reproductive
structures are generally similar to
those described by other workers for other species
in the genus, and that vegetative structures
such as internal cortical rhizoids may be used to
distinguish at least the Hawaiian species. In the
second paper of this series (Abbott and Dory,
1960) a new genus, Trichogloeopsis, was described
as containing three species, one new and
two transfers from the genus Liagora. They
share a major character in common, that of sterile
rhizoidal extensions of the gonimoblast, but
again the three species may be distinguished
from each other by their vegetative structures.
ISSN: 0030-8870
Appears in Collections:Pacific Science Volume 18, Number 4, 1964
Doty, Maxwell S.
Abbott, Isabella A.

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