golden algae

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algae having the pigments chlorophyll and carotene and xanthophyll

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The chrysophyte Isochrysis galbana was added to each vial (in triplicate) at the beginning of the incubation period to establish the following cell concentrations: 50, 100, 200, or 300 cells/[micro]L.
The chrysophyte flora of neighboring Louisiana (Wee et al.
A new species of Peridinium and new records of Dinoflagellates and silica-scaled Chrysophytes from Belize.
They also found cyanobacteria, chrysophytes and cryptophytes were dominant at times while dinoflagellates, chlorophytes and euglenoids appeared occasionally abundant, but were relatively minor components on an annual basis.
In August 2003, the ECR phytoplankton community was composed of chrysophytes, chlorophytes, and cyanobacteria.
Erken zooplankton prefer to eat small chrysophytes and cryptophytes, while small green algae with a thick cellulose shell are consumed in markedly smaller amounts.
An examination of freshwater phytoplankton samples from across the Gulf Coast states of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and eastern Texas for silica-scaled chrysophytes has shown a rich diverse flora (Wee et al.
chrysophytes, xanthophytes, phaeophytes), exhibit extraplastidal storage of photosynthate (cf.
Brown tides are formed by still another stripe of cell: marine plankton called chrysophytes, also known as golden-brown algae.
Although the biomass of three phytoplankton groups, cyanobacteria, diatoms, and chrysophytes (Bcya, Bdia, and Bchr, respectively), correlated significantly both with Temp and WL, the multiple regression model relating these groups with the climate proxies remained non-significant.
Previous surveys of Indiana's freshwater protists which utilized electron microscopy (EM) have reported a diverse flora on the group of organisms known as the silica-scaled chrysophytes (Wujek & Swinehart 1995; Wujek & Bechtel 1997).
Diatoms were the most abundant and diverse algal organisms (359 taxa), followed by chlorophytes (121), Cyanobacteria (42), euglenophytes (31), xanthophytes (14), chrysophytes (12), rhodophytes (6), dinophytes (6), and cryptophytes (3).