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Griffithsia

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Griffithsia is a genus of red algae in the family Wrangeliaceae.

Carl Adolph Agardh named Griffithsia in the honour of phycologist Amelia Griffiths (1768–1858).[2]

Griffithsin is a protein isolated from species of Griffithsia.

Species

Griffithsia aestivana - Griffithsia antarctica - Griffithsia balara - Griffithsia capitata - Griffithsia caribaea - Griffithsia caudata - Griffithsia chilensis - Griffithsia coacta - Griffithsia confervoides - Griffithsia corallinoides - Griffithsia crassiuscula - Griffithsia devoniensis - Griffithsia elegans - Griffithsia genovefae - Griffithsia globulifera - Griffithsia grandis - Griffithsia gunniana - Griffithsia heteroclada - Griffithsia heteromorpha - Griffithsia intertexta - Griffithsia intricata - Griffithsia japonica - Griffithsia metcalfii - Griffithsia monilis - Griffithsia myriophyllum - Griffithsia okiensis - Griffithsia opuntioides - Griffithsia ovalis - Griffithsia pacifica - Griffithsia phyllamphora - Griffithsia pilalyea - Griffithsia pulvinata - Griffithsia radicans - Griffithsia redicata - Griffithsia rhizophora - Griffithsia schousboei - Griffithsia secundiramea - Griffithsia subcylindrica - Griffithsia teges - Griffithsia tingitana - Griffithsia tomo-yamadae - Griffithsia torulosa - Griffithsia traversii - Griffithsia venusta - Griffithsia weber-van-bosseae

References

  1. ^ Agardh, C.A. 1817. Synopsis algarum Scandinaviae, adjecta dispositione universali algarum. pp. [i]–xl, [1]–135. Lundae [Lund]: Ex officina Berlingiana
  2. ^ Suzanne Le-May Sheffield. Revealing new worlds: three Victorian women naturalists. Women in science. 3. Routledge. ISBN 0-415-27069-3.

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Griffithsia: Brief Summary

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Griffithsia is a genus of red algae in the family Wrangeliaceae.

Carl Adolph Agardh named Griffithsia in the honour of phycologist Amelia Griffiths (1768–1858).

Griffithsin is a protein isolated from species of Griffithsia.

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