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Taxonomic Revision of Gracilaria “verrucosa” from Russian Far East Based on Morphological and Molecular Data

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Title
Taxonomic Revision of Gracilaria “verrucosa” from Russian Far East Based on Morphological and Molecular Data
Other Titles
형태와 분자 자료에 근거한 러시아 동해안에 생육하는 Gracilaria “verrucosa” 의 분류학적 재검토
Authors
Choi, Han-Gu
Anna V. Skriptsova
Subject
Plant Sciences; Marine & Freshwater Biology
Keywords
East Sea; Gracilaria; mitochondrial cox1 sequence da; morphological charcters; plastid rbcL
Issue Date
2009
Publisher
Walter de Gryyter
Citation
Choi, Han-Gu, Anna V. Skriptsova. 2009. "Taxonomic Revision of Gracilaria “verrucosa” from Russian Far East Based on Morphological and Molecular Data". Botanica Marina, 52(4): 331-340.
Abstract
Gracilaria “verrucosa” is regarded an invalid name and the combination G. gracilis has been used in recent studies of Gracilaria from the Russian coast of the East Sea (=Sea of Japan). This has created nomenclatural confusion within members of the genus in this region. Here, we revise the taxonomy of G. “verrucosa” from Peter the Great Bay (East Sea, Russia) based on a morpho-anatomical characters and comparison of nuclear SSU rDNA, plastid rbcL and mitochondrial cox1 sequence data. No differences were found between the sequences for attached and unattached forms of Gracilaria “verrucosa”. Molecular data also indicated that G. “verrucosa” from Peter the Great Bay is conspecific with Gracilaria vermiculophylla from the northwestern Pacific and the Russian population is closely related to Korean-Japanese populations from the East Sea rather than to populations on the Pacific coast of Japan.
URI
http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/5621
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/BOT.2009.008
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