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Proposed names for the phyla of algae



Proposed names for the phyla of algae



Bull Torrey Bot Club 73(3): 217-218



At present the algae may be arranged either according to the system of Pascher, who recognizes 8 phyla, or according to that of Fritsch, who separates them into 11 classes. Inasmuch as class is a category below the level of phylum and since there is no justification for looking upon all algae as constituting a single phylum, the system of Pascher is the more acceptable. The following modifications of his designations are proposed so that the phyletic names of algae may contain the connotation "phykos" in addition to conforming to those of other plant phyla in terminating in "phyta": Chrysophycophyta, Phaeophycophyta, Pyrrhophycophyta, Euglenophycophyta, Chlorophycophyta, Charophycophyta, Rhodophycophyta. The blue-green algae are taken as constituting a class (Cyanophyceae) in the phylum Schizophyta.

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DOI: 10.2307/2481664


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