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Chlamydomonas Reginae Sp.Nov. (Chlorophyceae), A New Marine Flagellate with Unusual Chloroplast Differentiation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 May 2009

H. Ettl
Affiliation:
Institute of Botany, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Brno, Czechoslovakiacor1corresp<div class="rid">*</div>
J. C. Green
Affiliation:
The Plymouth Laboratory

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In spite of the large number of Chlamydomonas species which have been described, there is very little information on those occurring in marine or brackish environments. Many of the earlier descriptions may be disregarded as being not sufficiently complete for recognition (e.g. Schiller, 1913, 19255 West, 1916; Wille, 1903), whilst in recent years only a few marine species have been observed and studied in detail (Chadefaud, 1951; Dangeard, 1965; Ettl, 1967).

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