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Estimates of nuclear DNA content in 98 species of brown algae (Phaeophyta)

By Naomi Phillips, Donald F. Kapraun, Amelia Gómez Garreta, M. Antonia Ribera Siguan, Jorde L. Rull, Noemi Salvador Soler, Raymond Lewis and Hiroshi Kawai

Abstract

Despite the fact that brown algae are critical components of marine ecosystems around the world only one species has had its genome sequenced. To facilitate genome studies in the class we report data for 12 of the 19 recognized orders

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