Plocamium cartilagineum (L.) Dixon 1998A web page created by Kasi Carol Fowler at the University of California, Santa Cruz as a part of the marine botany class, Spring 1998.
Plocamium cartilagineum (L.) Dixon 1997A web page created by Katrina Hart at the University of California, Santa Cruz as a part of the marine botany class, 1997.
Marine Botany ClassThe marine botany class web site at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Created by Professor L. Goff for the Spring of 1999 quarter.
SeaweedThis page is created by Michael Guiry in assocition with the National University of Ireland, Galway. This site provides a diverse amount of algal infomation. There are lists of algal books, culture collections and organizations. There is also an algal journal, a taxonomic database and information on the algal industry and cultivation.
Seaweed (Distribution) DatabaseDistribution information for many algae, including the Genus Plocamium. This database is provided by the National University of Ireland, Galway and was used in creating the distribution table in the Biogeography section.
Catalogue Of Benthic Marine Algae Of The Indian OceanThis site is hosted by the Jepson Herbarium at the University of California, Berkeley. An excellent reference for distribution and nomenclatural information. Written by Paul C. Silva, Philip Basson & Richard Moe. 1996-1998.
The Effects of Sewage on SeaweedThe full scientific article by T. C. Klenk on "the effects of sewage on the distribution of seaweed at the Bats Cave east bank sewage outfall in East London, South Africa." See Chapter 3 for a mention of Plocamium.
Taxonomy BrowserMolecular sequences of various members of the proposed Order Plocamiales, including P. cartilagineum.
An Introduction to the RhodophytaAn excellent background of the Rhodophyta (red algae) provided by the University of California, Berkeley.
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS)a summary of the physical setting, biological communities and assemblages and human influences on the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
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Fowler, C. F. Plocamium cartilagineum (L.) Dixon. http://www.biology.ucsc.edu/classes/bio170/Plocamium%20cartilagineum/index.html (Spring 1998)
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Goff, L. Marine botany lecture series. Santa Cruz, CA: University of California. Spring 1999.
Goff, L. and I. McLaughlin. The complete sequence of the mitochondrial genome of the red algal parasite Plocamiocolax pulvinata (Plocamiales) and comparison to its host, Plocamium cartilagineum, and two other Plocamium non-host species. Phycologia 36.4 (1997): 35.
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