153,600 species and infraspecific names are in the database, 20,980 images, 59,403 bibliographic items, 411,227 distributional records.

Taxonomy Detail

Order Cladophorales

Cladophorales Haeckel, 1894: 302, 305.

Type of name: Cladophoraceae Wille

Source: Škaloud, P., Rindi, F., Boedeker, C. & Leliaert, F. (2018). Süßwasserflora von Mitteleuropa. Freshwater flora of central Europe. Bd 13. Chlorophyta: Ulvophyceae (Krienitz, L. ed.). pp. [i]-vii, [1]-288, 182 figs. Berlin: Springer Spektrum.

Original publication: Haeckel, E. (1894). Systematische Phylogenie der Protisten und Pflanzen. Erster Theil des Entwurfs einer systematischen Stammesgeschichte. pp. [i]-xvi, [1]-400. Berlin: Verlag von Georg Reimer.

Description:
Order of marine, brackish and freshwater green macroalgae widely distributed from the tropics to polar environments and found in a great variety of habitats ranging from moist soil, rivers, lakes, ditches, saltmarshes, mangroves, coral reefs, rocky ocean shores, from the intertidal to depths of more than 100 metres. While predominantly a marine order, a wide range of freshwater habitats is also occupied. Some members of the order are semi-terrestrial and two species of Wittrockiella are endophytic, growing in seagrasses or mangrove bark. Although most species grow attached to various substrates, unattached growth forms are produced by several species and can lead to mass developments and blooms in marine, estuarine and freshwater environments. The freshwater genus Pithophora is only known unattached. The morphological habit is essentially filamentous, with a siphonocladous organization of uniseriate filaments consisting of multinucleate cells. Thalli can be unbranched or profusely branched, with branches inserted irregularly or highly ordered. The filamentous habit is modified to giant single cells, three-dimensional networks of anastomosing branches and pseudoparenchymatic clusters in several taxa of the marine (sub)tropical marine Siphonocladus clade. Attached thalli are secured to the substrate at a single point by discoid or coralloid holdfasts formed by the basal cell, or at multiple points by holdfasts or rhizoids produced by many cells. In some cases a basal attachment structure is a polysiphonous cluster formed by the fusion of adventitious rhizoids with the cell walls of the basal cells, or by secondary rhizoids that form anywhere on the thallus in prostrate filaments. Secondary rhizoids can be septate or non-septate, and can end in haptera. Septate and non-septate hairs have been observed in culture in Wittrockiella. Phenotypic plasticity is pronounced and degrees of branching, rhizoid formation and cell dimensions can vary strongly with environmental conditions. The life cycle of sexually reproducing species is diplohaplontic and isomorphic. No specialised sexual structures are formed, vegetative cells transform into sporangia and gametangia, releasing swarmers through central or terminal apertures, forming elongated exit tubes in some species. The haploid gametophytes produce biflagellate gametes, the diploid sporophytes produces quadriflagellate meiospores. Some species reproduce, either additionally or exclusively, by means of asexual, biflagellate or quadriflagellate zoospores. Vegetative reproduction is often by fragmentation. Several freshwater and brackish water taxa can produce cyst-like akinetes. Sexual reproduction has not been observed in a number of species. Mitosis is closed, with a persistent telophase spindle. Vegetative cell division (cytokinesis) is uncoupled from mitosis. Generally, cell division occurs by centripetal invagination of the cell walls, but specialized modes such as lenticular and segregative cell division also exist in the Siphonocladus clade. Cells typically contain numerous, round to angular chloroplasts, which can be interconnected by delicate strands, forming a parietal network or a more or less continuous layer around the large central vacuole. As there is no cytoplasmic streaming, nuclei and chloroplasts have fixed positions. The chloroplasts have bilenticular, zonate or polypyramidal pyrenoids. The cell walls are composed of cellulose I with parallel microfibrils in numerous lamellae, but chitin has also been detected in the cell walls of Pithophora. The flagella of the zoids contain basal bodies with a clockwise (CW) configuration and without terminal caps.

Key References
Huisman, J.M. (2015). Algae of Australia: marine benthic algae of north-western Australia. 1. Green and brown algae. pp. [i]-viii, 1-320, 56 figs, 14 pls. Canberra & Melbourne: ABRS & CSIRO Publishing.

References
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