152,938 species and infraspecific names are in the database, 20,947 images, 59,153 bibliographic items, 408,271 distributional records.

Taxonomy Detail

Family Fucaceae

Fucaceae Adanson, 1763: 12.

Source: Silva, P.C. (1980). Names of classes and families of living algae: with special reference to their use in the Index Nominum Genericorum (Plantarum). Regnum Vegetabile 103: 1-156.

Original publication: Adanson, M. (1763). Familles des plantes. II. Partie [Vol. 2]. pp. [1-24], [i-iii], [1]-640. Paris: Chez Vincent, Imprimeur-Librarie de Mgr le Comte de Provence, rue S. Servin.

References
(Please note: only references with the binomials in the title are included. The information is from the Literature database.)

Baardseth, E. (1969). Some aspects of the native extracellular substance in Fucaceae. Proceedings of the International Seaweed Symposium 6: 53-60.

Barton, E.S. (1893). Notes on the morphology of the Fucaceae: Xiphophora billardierii Mont.. In: Phycological memoirs... Part II. (Murray, G. Eds), pp. 35- 37. London:

Billard, E., Serrão, E.A., Pearson, G.A., Engel, C.R., Destombe, C. & Valero, M. (2006). Analysis of sexual phenotype and prezygotic fertility in natural populations of Fucus spiralis, F. vesiculosus (Fucaceae, Phaeophyceae) and their putative hybrids. European Journal of Phycology 40(4): 397-407.

Blackler, H. (1956). Observations on the time of reproduction and the rate of growth of certain Fucaceae. Proceedings of the International Seaweed Symposium 2: 158-162.

Blackler, H. (1956). Observations on the time of reproduction and the rate of growth of certain Fucaceae. SISS : 158-162.

Blunden, G., Gordon, S.M., Smith, B.E. & Fletcher, R.L. (1985). Quaternary ammonium compounds in species of the Fucaceae (Phaeophyceae) from Britain. British Phycolgical Journal 20: 105-108.

Burrows, E. M. (1956). Growth control in the Fucaceae. Proceedings of the International Seaweed Symposium 2: 163-170.

Coyer, J.A., Hoarou, G., Skage, M., Stam, W.T. & Olsen, J.L. (2006). Origin of Fucus serratus (Heterokontophyta: Fucaceae) populations in Iceland and the Faroes: a microsatellite-based assessment. European Journal of Phycology 41: 235-246.

Delf, E.M. (1935). Liberation of oogonia in Bifurcaria and other members of the Fucaceae. New Phytologist 34: 245-259, 8 figs.

Delf, E.M. (1936). Liberation of oogonia in Bifurcaria and other members of the Fucaceae.?. : .

Evans, L.V. (1962). A modified acetocarmine squash technique for the Fucaceae. British Phycological Bulletin 2: 185.

Farmer, J.B. & Williams, J. Ll. (1898). Contributions to our knowledge of the Fucaceae: their life-history and cytology. Phil. Trans., B 190: 623-645, 19-24 (23 and 24 missing).

Fries, L. (1991). Formation of filaments and single cells by the activity of the meristoderm of axenic Ascophyllum nodosum (Fucaceae, Phaeophyta) (Research Note). Phycologia 30: 310-313.

Fries, L. (1991). Formation of filaments and single cells by the activity of the meristoderm of axenic Ascophyllum nodosum (Fucaceae, Phaeophyta). Phycologia 30: 310-313.

Gardner, N.L. (1910). Variations in nuclear extrusion among the Fucaceae. University of California Publications in Botany 4: 121-136.

Gardner, N.L. (1913). New Fucaceae. University of California Publications in Botany 4: 317-374.

Gobi, C. (1874). Die Brauntange (Phaeosporeae und Fucaceae) des finnischen Meerbusens. Mémoires de l’Académie Impériale des Sciences de St. Petersburg 21: 1-21.

Guiry, M.D. & Morrison, L. (2013). The sustainable harvesting of Ascophyllum nodosum (Fucaceae, Phaeophyceae) in Ireland, with notes on the collection and use of some other brown algae. Journal of Applied Phycology 25: 1823-1830.

Gunnill, F.C. (1985). Growth, morphology and microherbrivore faunas of Pelvetia fastigiata (Phaeophyta, Fucaceae) at La Jolla, California, U. S. A.. Botanica Marina 28: 187-199.

Jensen, A. (1969). Tocopherol content of seaweed and seaweed meal II. Individual, diurnal and seasonal variations in some Fucaceae. J Sci Fd Agric 20: 454-458.

Kjellman, F.R. (1893). Fucaceae. In: Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien nebst ihren Gattungen und wichtigeren Arten insbesondere den Nutzpflanzen unter Mitwirkung zahlreicher hervorragender Fachgelehrten, Teil 1, Abteilung 2. (Engler, A. & Prantl, K. Eds), pp. 268-290. Leipzig: verlag von Wilhelm Engelmann.

LAM.X. [Lamouroux, J.V.F.] (1825). Fucacées. Fucaceae. In: Dictionnaire Classique d'Histoire Naturelle. (Audouin, I. et al. Eds) Vol. 7, pp. 66-71. Paris: Rey & Gravier.

Lam[ourou]x, [J.V.F.] (1825). Fucacées. Fucaceae. Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 7: 66-71.

Lee, Y.K., Yoon, H.S., Motomura, T., Kim, Y.J. & Boo, S.M. (1999). Phylogenetic relationships between Pelvetia and Pelvetiopsis (Fucaceae, Phaeophyta) inferred from sequences of the RuBisCo spacer region. European Journal of Phycology 34: 205-211, 4 figs, 3 tables.

López Rodríguez, Mª.C. & Pérez-Cirera, J.L. (1995). Estudio de la colonización y sucesión de la comunidad de Fucus spiralis L. (Fucaceae, Phaeophyta) en las cercanías de un colector de aguas residuales de la Ría de Pontevedra (N.O. de España). Nova Acta Cientifica Compostelana (Bioloxía) 5: 25-29.

Loureiro, R.R., Reis, R.P. & Critchley, A.T. (2010). In vitro cultivation of three Kappaphycus alvarezii (Rhodophyta, Areschougiaceae) variants (green, red and brown) exposed to a commercial extract of the brown alga Ascophyllum nodosum (Fucaceae, Ochrophyta). Journal of Applied Phycology 22: 101-104.

Macpherson, M.G. & Young, E.G. (1952). Seasonal variation in the chemical composition of the Fucaceae in the Maritime provinces. Canadian Journal of Botany 30: 67-77.

Mitchell, M.O. (1893). Notes on the morphology of the Fucaceae: Notheia anomala Bail. and Harv.. In: Phycological memoirs... Part II. (Murray, G. Eds), pp. 36-37. London:

Munda, I. (1964). The influence of salinity on the chemical composition, growth and fructification of some Fucaceae. Proceedings of the International Seaweed Symposium 4: 123-126.

Neiva, J., Raimondi, P.T., Pearson, G.A. & Serrão, E.A. (2017). Validation of Pelvetiopsis californica (Fucaceae, Phaeophyceae). Notulae Algarum 20: 1 only.

Niell, F.X. & Buela, Y.J. (1976). Effects of a waste of "Paper kraft" on the benthic algal populations in NW Spain: "Stress" on the Fucaceae standing crop. Inv Pesq 40: 137-149.

Patel, A., Wright, D.C., Romero, M.A., Blunden, G. & Guiry, M.D. (2008). Molluscicdal polyphenols from species of Fucaceae. Natural Products Communications 3: 245-249.

Rees, T.K. (1932). A note on the longevity of certain species of the Fucaceae. Annals of Botany 46: 1062-1064.

Rice, E.L. (1989). A statistical morphological analysis and taxonomic revision of the genus Xiphophora (Fucaceae). Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany 100: 355-387.

Serrão, E.A., Alice, L.A. & Brawley, S.H. (1999). Evolution of the Fucaceae (Phaeophyceae) inferred from nrDNA-ITS. Journal of Phycology 35: 382-394, 5 figs, 4 tables.

Silva, P.C. (1990). Hesperophycus Setchell & Gardner, nom. cons. prop., a problematic name applied to a distinctive genus of Fucaceae (Phaeophyceae). Taxon 39: 1-8, 3 figs.

Silva, P.C., Pedroche, F.F., Chacana, M.E., Aguilar-Rosas, R., Aguilar-Rosas, L.E. & Raum, J. (2004). Geographic correlation of morphological and molecular variation in Silvetia compressa (Fucaceae, Fucales, Phaeophyceae). Phycologia 43: 204-214.

Smith, L. (1893). Notes on the morphology of the Fucaceae: Coccophora langsdorfii Grev.. In: Phycological memoirs...Part II. (Murray, G. Eds), pp. 29-32. London:

Smith, L. (1893). Notes on the morphology of the Fucaceae: Seirococcus axillaris Grev.. In: Phycological memoirs...Part II. (Murray, G. Eds), pp. 32-34. London:

Terry, L.A. (1979). The effect of irradiance and temperature on the early development of some species of Fucaceae. British Phycological Journal 14: 128.

Thabard, M., Gros, O., Hellio, C. & Maréchal, J.-P. (2011). Sargassum polyceratium (Phaeophyceae, Fucaceae) surface molecule activity towards fouling organisms and embryonic development of benthic species. Botanica Marina 54(2): 147-157.

Walker, F.T. (1947). A seaweed survey of Scotland Fucaceae. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 159: 90-99.

Whitting, F.G. (1893). Notes on the morphology of the Fucaceae: Sarcophycus potatorum Kütz. . In: Phycological memoirs... Part II. (Murray, G. Eds), pp. 38, 39, 46. London:

Wildgoose, P.B., Blunden, G. & Jewers, K. (1978). Seasonal variations in gibberellin activity of some species of Fucaceae and Laminariaceae. Botanica Marina 21: 63-65.

Williams, M.M. (1923). A contribution to our knowledge of the Fucaceae. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 48: 634-646.

Yendo, K. (1905). [Preliminary list of Japanese Fucaceae]. Botanical Magazine, Tokyo 19: 149-161.

Yendo, K. (1907). The Fucaceae of Japan. Journal of the College of Science, Tokyo Imperial University 21(Article 12): 1-174, folded table, pls I- XVIII plates.

Yoshida, T. (1980). Typification of the taxa described by Yendo in his "Fucaceae". Journal of the Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University, Series V (Botany) 12: 99-106, VII plates [= 14 figs].

Zaneveld, J.S. (1937). The littoral zonation of some Fucaceae in relation to desiccation. Journal of Ecology 25: 431-468.

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