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Vol. 31, Iss. 1, Mar 2016
is published by the Korean Society of Phycology and provides prompt publication of original works on phycology. ALGAE publishes articles on all aspects of phylogenetics and taxonomy, ecology and population biology, physiology and biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, and biotechnology and applied phycology. Checklists or equivalent manu-scripts may be considered for publication only if they contribute original information on taxonomy (e.g., new combina-tions), ecology or biogeography of more than just local relevance. Contributions may take the form of Original Research Articles, Research Notes, Review Articles and Book Reviews.
Editor-in-Chief TOPICS
Kwang Young Kim
Department of Oceanography
Chonnam National University
Gwangju 500-757, Korea
E-mail: kykim@chonnam.ac.kr
Phylogenetics & Taxonomy
Ecology & Population biology
Physiology & Biochemistry
Cell & Molecular biology
Biotechnology & Applied phycology
CURRENT ISSUES : Vol. 31, Issue 1, March, 2016
A new approach for identification of the genus Paralia (Bacillariophyta) in Korea based on morphology and morphometric analyses
Suk Min Yun1, Sang Deuk Lee2, Joon Sang Park1 and Jin Hwan Lee1,*
Feeding by the newly described heterotrophic dinoflagellate Aduncodinium glandula: having the most diverse prey species in the family Pfiesteriaceae
Se Hyeon Jang1, Hae Jin Jeong1,2,*, An Suk Lim1, Ji Eun Kwon1 and Nam Seon Kang1
First record of red macroalgae bloom in Southern Atlantic Brazil
Mateus S. Martins, Tha챠s F. Massocato, Paulo A. Horta and Jos챕 Bonomi Barufi*
The clonal seaweed Chondrus crispus as a foundation species
Ricardo A. Scrosati*
Effects of future climate conditions on photosynthesis and biochemical component of Ulva pertusa (Chlorophyta)
Eun Ju Kang and Kwang Young Kim*
Cellular growth and fatty acid content of Arctic chlamydomonadalean
Woongsic Jung1, Eun Jae Kim1,2, Suyoun Lim1, Hyunji Sim1, Se Jong Han1,2, Sanghee Kim1, Sung-Ho Kang3 and Han-Gu Choi1,*
Fermented Saccharina japonica (Phaeophyta) improves neuritogenic activity and TMT-induced cognitive deficits in rats
Hyun-Jung Park1,2, Mi-Sook Lee1, Hyun Soo Shim1, Gyeong-Ran Lee1, Sun Yong Chung1, Young Mi Kang3, Bae-Jin Lee3, Yong Bae Seo3, Kyung Soo Kim4 and Insop Shim1,*