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- Bostrychia moritziana is a red alga and a member of the Florideophyceae. The class Florideophyceae contains approximately 90% of all described red algal species. Bostrychia has been proposed as a model system for evolutionary studies of red algae. Like many Florideophyceae, Bostrychia has an alternation of generations between haploid gametophytes (separate male and female plants) and morphologically identical free-living diploid sporophytes (tetrasporophyte), that produce spores by meiosis.
- Common Name: Unknown
- NCBI Taxonomy
Different Developmental Stages
Internal Control Genes
|Gene Symbol||Gene Name||Application Scope||Accession Number||Primers (5'-3')
|Size [bp]||Tm [℃]||Detection|
|30S||30S ribosomal protein S8||
- Name: Gwang Hoon Kim
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- Institute: Department of Biology, Kongju National University, Kongju 32588, Korea
Cited by ?? (Based on Google Scholar [2017-08-01])
- Shim J, Shim E, Kim G H, et al. Keeping house: evaluation of housekeeping genes for real-time PCR in the red alga, Bostrychia moritziana (Florideophyceae)[J]. Algae, 2016, 31(2): 167-174.
- Brodie, J. & Zuccarello, G. C. 2007. Systematics of the species rich algae: red algal classifcation, phylogeny and speciation. In Hodkinson, T. R. & Parnell, J. A. N. (Eds.) Reconstructing the Tree of Life: Taxonomy and Systematics of Species Rich Taxa. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 324-334.
- Shim, Junbo, et al. "Keeping house: evaluation of housekeeping genes for real-time PCR in the red alga, Bostrychia moritziana (Florideophyceae)." Algae 31.2 (2016): 167-174.