Rhodophyceae


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Noun1.Rhodophyceae - coextensive with the Rhodophyta: red algae
division Rhodophyta, Rhodophyta - lower plants; mostly marine and littoral eukaryotic algae
family Gigartinaceae, Gigartinaceae - a family of protoctist
family Rhodymeniaceae, Rhodymeniaceae - a family of protoctist
Bangiaceae, family Bangiaceae - a family of protoctist
class - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders
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Seaweeds are classified into three main groups based on their pigmentation and other characteristics, as red (Rhodophyceae), brown (Phaeophyceae), and green (Chlorophyceae) (Chapman & Chapman, 1980), being this last group the one with the closest relationship to higher plants (Roesijadi et al., 2010).
Regeneration and vegetative propagation of the agarophyte Gracilaria debilis (Forsskal) Borgesen (Rhodophyceae).
(ABM, Ca, Gracilariopsis, Rhodophyceae, Quim, Ecol).
On the basis of pigmentation they have been classified into three subgroups: i) brown seaweed (Phaeophyceae); ii) red seaweed (Rhodophyceae) and iii) green seaweed (Chlorophyceae).
Carrageenan (CG) is a naturally occurring anionic sulphated polysaccharide extracted in 1837 from red seaweed of Rhodophyceae family, predominantly from Chondrus crispus, Eucheuma, Gigartina stellata, Iridaea, Hypnea, Solieria, Agardhiella, and Sarconema [12-14].
(2001) senalan que se han registrado 238 generos y 651 especies de algas marinas benticas, siendo dominantes las Rhodophyceae y Chlorophyceae.
Although also occurring in other living organisms (Aquino, Landeira-Fernandez, Valente, Andrade, & Mourao, 2005; Dantas-Santos et al., 2012; Chang, Lur, Lu, & Cheng, 2013), sulfated galactans (mainly carrageenan and agar) (Rhodophyceae) (Estevez et al., 2008; Mourao, 2015), fucan or fuicodan (Phaeophyceae) (Leite et al., 1998; Pereira & Costa-Lotufo, 2012) and other structurally diverse SPs found in Chlorophyceae (Rodrigues et al., 2013; Rodrigues et al., 2014) are the main classes of these biomolecules present in nature.
Scinaia hatei is the red seaweed which belongs to the class Rhodophyceae. The thallus size of S.
Carrageenans are sulfated polysaccharides obtained from red seaweeds (Rhodophyceae).