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Ectocarpus is a filamentous brown alga that is found in temperate coastal regions worldwide.
Chondrus crispus Stackhouse (Gigartinales) also known as Irish Moss is a red seaweed up to 15 cm long
Discovered in the Thau Lagoon, O. tauri has been described as the smallest free-living eukaryote.
P. tricornutum is the second diatom for which a whole genome sequence has been generated (Bowler et al, 20082) and it is the most established species for molecular- and cellular-based studies.
The marine cyanobacteria of the genus Synechococcus carry out a large portion of carbon fixation in the oceans, and their genomes are among the most abundant on the planet.
Vibrionaceae (Vibrio and Photobacterium genus) are dominant cultivable marine bacteria.
Clytia hemisphaerica is a hydrozoan, and member of the order Leptomedusae.
Phallusia mammillata is our favorite species of Ascidians for studying fertilization and development.