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Vol. 29, No. 3, Sep 2014
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. 29, Number 3, September, 2014
New distributional record for Pyropia koreana: confirmed to occur on the South Island, New Zealand
Wendy A. Nelson1,2,*, Judith E. Sutherland2, Mi Sook Hwang3 and Han-Gu Choi4
Three new species of Polysiphonia sensu lato (Rhodophyta) based on the morphology and molecular evidence
Byeongseok Kim1 and Myung Sook Kim1,*
Akashiwo sanguinea (Dinophyceae) extruding mucous from pores on the cell surface
Susan Badylak1, Edward J. Phlips1,*, A. Loren Mathews1 and Karen Kelley2
Effects of climate change on the physiology of giant kelp, Macrocystis pyrifera, and grazing by purple urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus
Matthew B. Brown1,*, Matthew S. Edwards1 and Kwang Young Kim2
Development of a sustainable land-based Gracilaria cultivation system
Jang K. Kim1,* and Charles Yarish2
Nitrogen allocation of Gracilaria tikvahiae grown in urbanized estuaries of Long Island Sound and New York City, USA: a preliminary evaluation of ocean farmed Gracilaria for alternative fish feeds
Ronald B. Johnson1,*, Jang K. Kim2, Lisa C. Armbruster1 and Charles Yarish3
Reevaluation of bactericidal, cytotoxic, and macrophage-stimulating activities of commercially available Fucus vesiculosus fucoidan
Tomoki Nishiguchi1, Zedong Jiang1, Mikinori Ueno1, Satoshi Takeshita2, Kichul Cho3,4, Seong Woon Roh4, Kyong-Hwa Kang5, Kenichi Yamaguchi1,6, Daekyung Kim3,4 and Tatsuya Oda1,6,*