yellow-green algae

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any alga of the division Chrysophyta with its chlorophyll masked by yellow pigment

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Cladocera biomass was highly correlated with Bacillariophyta (p<0.05), Euglenophyta (p<0.01), Chrysophyta (p<0.05) and Xanthophyta (p<0.05).
El orden descendente de riqueza especifica de los grupos estudiados, tal como se indica a continuacion: Bacillariophyta, Chlorophyta, Cyanobacteria, Euglenophyta y Xanthophyta, fue reportado en el mismo sistema por Iannacone et al.
Based on our findings, the lack of proteins similar to the SC proteins of the model organisms in Rhodophyta, Euglenophyta, Chrysophyta, Charophyta, Xanthophyta, and Dinoflagellata makes it possible to assume that meiosis in these algae differs from classical meiosis in proceeding without any SC or that unknown new proteins form SCs in these algae.
However, there were only 2 species (genus) for Xanthophyta, 4 species (genus) for Cryptophyta, and 1 species (genus) for Chrysophyta, accounting for 1.8%, 3.7%, and 0.9% of the total number of algae, respectively, (Figure 2(b)).
semipulcher Hortobagyi and the Xanthophyta Goniochloris spinosa Pascher.
modesta is found in temperate estuaries exclusively upon yellow-green algae of the genus Vaucheria De Candolle (Xanthophyta: Xanthophyceae) (Hartog and Swennen, 1952; Bleakney and Bailey, 1967; Trowbridge, 1993).
Phylum 2 Xanthophyta (Yellow-Green Algae, Tribophyta)
Koch (1976) recorded 91 taxa of Chlorophyta, 64 of Cyanophyta, 6 of Chrysophyta (excluding diatoms), and 1-3 each of Pyrrhophyta, Euglenophyta, and Xanthophyta. Further, Camburn (1982) recorded 113 taxa of diatoms.
Algae are classified into different division (phylum) namely Chlorophyta, Charophyta, Phaeophyta, Rhodophyta, Bacillariophyta, Xanthophyta, and Euglenophyta.
modesta is an ascoglossan found in temperate estuaries in association with its obligate food source, the yellow-green alga Vaucheria longicaulis (Xanthophyta: Xanthophyceae) (Hartog and Swennen, 1952; Hartog, 1959; Trowbridge, 1993).