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Cryptogamie Vol. 31 No. 4 (2010)

The 2010 issue of Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4 is now available for download.

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Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4

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Editorial
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 373-375

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DNA barcoding of select freshwater and marine red algae (Rhodophyta)
Jan Rueness
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 377-386

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Applying DNA barcoding to Korean Gracilariaceae (Rhodophyta)

Myung Sook Kim, Mi Yeon Yang & Ga Youn Cho
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 387-401

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Establishment of a DNA-barcode library for the Nemaliales (Rhodophyta) from Canada and France uncovers overlooked diversity in the species Nemalion helminthoides (Velley) Batters
Line Le Gall & Gary W. Saunders
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 403-421

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Is routine DNA barcoding an efficient tool to reveal introductions of alien macroalgae? A case study of Agardhiella subulata (Solieriaceae, Rhodophyta) in Cape Peloro lagoon (Sicily, Italy)
Antonio Manghisi, Marina Morabito, Clara Bertuccio, Line Le Gall, Arnaud Couloux, Corinne Cruaud & Giuseppa Genovese
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 423-433

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DNA barcoding in the red algal order Gelidiales: comparison of COI with rbcL and verification of the “barcoding gap”

D. Wilson Freshwater, Kelly Tudor, Katie O’Shaughnessy & Brian Wysor
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 435-449

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A comparative analysis of COI, LSU and UPA marker data for the Hawaiian florideophyte Rhodophyta: implications for DNA barcoding of red algae
Alison R. Sherwood, Thomas Sauvage, Akira Kurihara, Kimberly Y. Conklin & Gernot G. Presting
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 451-465

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Assessment of five markers as potential barcodes for identifying Sargassum subgenus Sargassum species (Phaeophyceae, Fucales)
Lydiane Mattio & Claude Payri
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 467-485

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An evaluation of rbcL, tufA, UPA, LSU and ITS as DNA barcode markers for the marine green macroalgae
Gary W. Saunders & Hana Kucera
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 487-528

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An assessment of proposed DNA barcodes in freshwater green algae
John D. Hall, Karolina Fuωíková, Chien Lo, Louise A. Lewis & Kenneth G. Karol
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 529-555

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DNA barcoding for species identification and discovery in diatoms
David G. Mann, Shinya Sato, Rosa Trobajo, Pieter Vanormelingen & Caroline Souffreau
Cryptogamie, Volume 31, Number 4: 557-577

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