Tetragonidiaceae

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Tetragonidiaceae
Scientific classification
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Tetragonidiales
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Tetragonidiaceae
Genera

Tetragonidiaceae is a family of cryptomonads which includes two genera. Members of Tetragonidiaceae are distinguished from other cryptomonads by reproduction occurring in a non-motile vegetative phase, as well as the formation of multicellular filaments unlike any other cryptomonad family.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Novarino and Lucas (1993), "Some proposals for a new classification system of the Cryptophyceae", Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 111 (1): 3–21
  2. ^ Bicudo (1965), "Bjornbergiella, a New Genus of Cryptophyceae from Hawaiian Soil", Phycologia, 5 (4): 217–221