Polysiphonia is a genus of filamentous red alga with about 19 species on the
coasts of the British Isles and about 200 species world-wide, including Crete in ...
Sep 1, 2013 ... In other species, growth occurs by mean of a tip cell, giving rise to a thallus
consisting of a single or multiple axis (example here: Polysiphonia).
Photographic study by Jan Parmentier of this red alga which well illustrates its
complex life cycle.
Publication details. Polysiphonia lanosa (Linnaeus) Tandy 1931: 226. Published
in: Tandy, G. (1931). Notes on phycological nomenclature. J. Bot. 69: 225-227.
Polysiphonia, a common genus of marine red algae, is red in color because of
the pigment phycobilin, which masks the green color of the chlorophyll ...
Descriptions and articles about Polysiphonia in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes
Overview; Brief Summary; Ecology; Habitat; Molecular Biology and Genetics;...
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The red algae, as exemplified by Polysiphonia, have some of the most complex
life cycles known for living organisms. Following meiosis, four haploid ...
Oct 15, 2015 ... Useful for CBSE, ICSE, NCERT & International Students Grade 11 Subject :
Biology Lesson : Diversity in Living World Topic:Polysiphonia ...
This key is restricted to the genus Polysiphonia, a common filamentous or thread-
like group of red algae with 26 species in Southern Australia. Similar red algae ...