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microscopic unicellular marine or freshwater colonial alga having cell walls impregnated with silica

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Temporal variation of Cryptophyta, Bacillariophyta and Pyrrophyta at the surface of Lake Bonilla (2010-2011).
La temperatura del agua evaluada en los sitios de muestreo concuerda con un Estudio de Linea Base de la Municipalidad Distrital de Cieneguilla (2012), y a su vez coincide con temperaturas indicadas en otras investigaciones que han registrado tambien especies pertenecientes a la division Bacillariophyta, tales como Cymbella affinis, Diatoma vulgaris (Martinez de Marco & Tracanna, 2012), Gomphonema parvulum, Nitzschia palea (Velazquez et al.
The scenario observed in this study showed a clear seasonal cycle, with the highest contribution of the phytoplankton in the dry period; also it was possible to observe the predominance of the Bacillariophyta division over the other identified divisions found, based on the obtained qualitative data.
As shown in Table 5, the medium category of Bacillariophyta was associated with respiratory illness (OR = 1.
mostro que a pesar de su pequeno tamano, Acapulco presenta una mayor riqueza, y lo mas importante una mayor proporcion de Dinophyta con relacion a Bacillariophyta (Fig.
Por divisiones el mayor registro de Chlorophyta fue en Sepahua, el de Bacillariophyta en Timpia y el de Cyanophyta en Kirigueti y Miaria.
Ninety-nine algal taxa were identified in the Virgin River: 66 Bacillariophyta, 18 cyanobacteria species, 14 Chlorophyta species and 1 Rhodophyta species.
While it is unclear how efficient copepods are in handling filamentous cyanobacteria in comparison to a filamentous Chlorophyta or Bacillariophyta, Burns & Xu (1990) found calanoid copepods significantly reduced both density and trichome length of filamentous cyanobacteria.
2006) Chlorophyll a 3 Plantae, Algae Pheophytin b 2 Chl b derivative (Plantae, Chlorophya, Euglenophyta) Pheophytin a 1 Chl a derivative (Plantae, Algae) [beta]-Carotene 1 Plantae, Algae Lutein 1 Chlorophya, Euglenophyta, Plantae Alloxanthin 1 Cryptophyta Diatoxanthin 2 Bacillariophyta, Dinophyta, Chrysophyta Zeaxanthin 1 Cyanobacteria (Chlorophya) Echinenone 1 Cyanobacteria Myxoxanthophyll 2 Colonial Cyanobacteria
Chlorophyta dominated during spring, Cyanophyta during fall and Bacillariophyta during summer and winter.
0 and 10 m, the species diversity of Heterokontophyta was mainly represented by Mallomonas caudata (Ivanov); Chlorophyta by Chlamydomonas polypyrenoideum (Prescott); Bacillariophyta by Melosira granulata (Ehrenberg) Ralfs and Asterionella formosa (Hassall), respectively.
La division Cyanobacteria (algas verde-azules) fue la mas diversa, seguida de las divisiones Chlorophyta (algas verdes) y Bacillariophyta (diatomeas) con 8 especies.
These included members of the Euglenozoa (euglenids), Chlorophyta (chlamydomonad and chlorella-like relatives), Viridiplantae (Zygnema-relatives), and Bacillariophyta (diatoms).