foraminifer


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Synonyms for foraminifer

marine microorganism having a calcareous shell with openings where pseudopods protrude

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The distribution of different larger foraminifers species from Nammal Gorge is in (Fig.
Molecular evidence of cryptic speciation in planktonic foraminifers and their relation to oceanic provinces.
Thierstein, "Size distribution of Holocene planktic foraminifer assemblages: biogeography, ecology and adaptation," Marine Micropaleontology, vol.
South African foraminifers have been studied for more than 150 years, but most studies, especially recent ones, have been of a geological nature, without any investigation of their distribution pattern (e.
Gametogenesis and the life cycle of the foraminifer Ammonia beccarii (Linne') forma tepida (Cushman).
Reillustration and Revised Taxonomy for Selected Deepsea Benthic Foraminifers.
However, further detailed studies are needed in continuous series with abundant larger foraminifer populations to prove each replacement in time.
Reduced expression of the rate-limiting carbon fixation enzyme RuBisCO in the benthic foraminifer Baculogypsina sphaerulata holobiont in response to heat shock.
Miliolidsdominate benthic foraminifer assemblages reflect decreased circulation and probably reduced oxygen contents or euryhaline conditions.
FORAMINIFER AND ARCELLACEAN ASSEMBLAGES OF MISSISSIPPI AND LOUISIANA MARSHES APPLIED TO THE HOLOCENE PEARL RIVER DELTA
Anderson and Archer developed a new technique to compare the abundance of complete fossils of 29 foraminifer species found in both modern and glacial sediment samples at different ocean depths in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans.
The most representative larger foraminifer is Anchispirocyclina lusitanica, which is accompanied by Pseudocyclammina lituus, Everticyclammina virguliana, Andersenolina gr.
The presence of corals and foraminifer fossils represents warm climates.
srDNA-based taxonomic affinities of algal symbionts from a planktonic foraminifer and a solitary radiolarian.