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RESEARCH ARTICLE 2024 June 15
Discovery of novel Nodosilinea species (Cyanobacteria, Nodosilineales) isolated from terrestrial habitat in Ryukyus campus, Okinawa, Japan
Terrestrial cyanobacteria are extremely diverse. In urban areas, they can be found as black stains on the surface of building walls, stone monuments, or man-made structures. Many of the terrestrial cyanobacteria are still understudied. To expand knowledge of terrestrial cyanobac...
RESEARCH ARTICLE 2024 June 15
Emendation of Rhodomonas marina (Cryptophyceae): insights from morphology, molecular phylogeny and water-soluble pigment in an Arctic isolate
Rhodomonas (Cryptophyceae) and species assigned to this genus have undergone numerous taxonomic revisions. This also applies to R. marina studied here as it was originally assigned as a species of Cryptomonas and later considered a variation of R. baltica...
RESEARCH ARTICLE 2024 June 15
Ramipedicella gen. nov. (Ralfsiales, Phaeophyceae): a new crustose brown algal genus including two species, Ramipedicella miniloba sp. nov. and Ramipedicella longicellularis comb. nov.
The Ralfsiaceae family, part of the Ralfsiales order and consisting of crustose brown algae, includes five genera: Analipus, Endoplura, Fissipedicella, Heteroralfsia, and Ralfsia. In this study, a novel crustose genus named Ramipedicella...
RESEARCH ARTICLE 2024 June 15
Effects of aeration and centrifugation conditions on omega-3 fatty acid production by the mixotrophic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium smaydae in a semi-continuous cultivation system on a pilot scale
High production and efficient harvesting of microalgae containing high omega-3 levels are critical concerns for industrial use. Aeration can elevate production of some microalgae by providing CO2 and O2. However, it may lower the production of others by gen...
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59 Discovery of novel Nodosilinea species (Cyanobacteria, Nodosilineales) isolated from terrestrial habitat in Ryukyus campus, Okinawa, Japan
Handung Nuryadi, Shimpei Sumimoto, Shoichiro Suda
Algae. 2024;39(2):59-74.   Published online June 15, 2024
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4490/algae.2024.39.6.5
                  
75 Emendation of Rhodomonas marina (Cryptophyceae): insights from morphology, molecular phylogeny and water-soluble pigment in an Arctic isolate
Niels Daugbjerg, Cecilie B. Devantier
Algae. 2024;39(2):75-96.   Published online June 15, 2024
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4490/algae.2024.39.6.13
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97 Ramipedicella gen. nov. (Ralfsiales, Phaeophyceae): a new crustose brown algal genus including two species, Ramipedicella miniloba sp. nov. and Ramipedicella longicellularis comb. nov.
Antony Otinga Oteng’o, Boo Yeon Won, Tae Oh Cho
Algae. 2024;39(2):97-108.   Published online June 15, 2024
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4490/algae.2024.39.5.29
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109 Effects of aeration and centrifugation conditions on omega-3 fatty acid production by the mixotrophic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium smaydae in a semi-continuous cultivation system on a pilot scale
Ji Hyun You, Hae Jin Jeong, Sang Ah Park, Se Hee Eom, Hee Chang Kang, Jin Hee Ok
Algae. 2024;39(2):109-127.   Published online June 15, 2024
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4490/algae.2024.39.6.7
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