euglenoid


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Synonyms for euglenoid

marine and freshwater green or colorless flagellate organism

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The most common phytoplankton observed in the water-column were euglenoid algae, cyanobacteria, and diatoms.
Euglenoid blooms in the floodplain wetlands of Barak Valley, Assam, North eastern India.
The 18 papers here, most of them based on invited talks, discuss such matters as the evolution and relationships of the major branches of algae, molecular insights in to the difficult problem of cyanobacteria, conflict between classic and modern approaches to systematics of the green algae, molecular genetics and the neglected art of diatomics, and a decade of euglenoid molecular phylogenetics.
1999), cytochrome c oxidase in sponge larvae (Bjorn and Rasmusson, 2009), and photoactivated adenylyl cyclase in euglenoids (Ntefidou et al.