Special Issue in Frontiers in Plant Science
A complete new issue, about Macroalgal development and morphogenesis, has been published in 2014 in "FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE, section Plant Evolution & Development".
15 articles published.
See authors, abstract and link to open access publications here:
- The green seaweed Ulva: a model system to study morphogenesis
- Localization of causal locus in the genome of the brown macroalga Ectocarpus: NGS-based mapping and positional cloning approaches
- Exploring bacteria-induced growth and morphogenesis in the green macroalga order Ulvales (Chlorophyta)
- On reproduction in red algae: further research needed at the molecular level
- Production of genetically and developmentally modified seaweeds: exploiting the potential of artificial selection techniques
- Plant architecture without multicellularity: quandaries over patterning and the soma-germline divide in siphonous algae
- Laser capture microdissection in Ectocarpus siliculosus: the pathway to cell-specific transcriptomics in brown algae
- Understanding “green” multicellularity: do seaweeds hold the key?
- Polyamines in morphogenesis and development: a promising research area in seaweeds
- Photopolarization of Fucus zygotes is determined by time sensitive vectorial addition of environmental cues during axis amplification
- Regulation of gametogenesis and zoosporogenesis in Ulva linza (Chlorophyta): comparison with Ulva mutabilis and potential for laboratory culture
- Development and Characterization of Somatic Hybrids of Ulva reticulata Forsskål (×) Monostroma oxyspermum (Kutz.)Doty
- Rac1 signaling in the establishment of the fucoid algal body plan
- Multicellularity in green algae: upsizing in a walled complex
- A technical breakthrough close at hand: feasible approaches toward establishing a gene-targeting genetic transformation system in seaweeds