Cryptophyceae


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motile usually brownish-green protozoa-like algae

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The other classes, Xanthophyceae, Euglenophyceae, Chrysophyceae, Cryptophyceae, Rhodophyceae and Dinophyceae, presented similar values along years and periods, varying around 0.5.103 individuals per [cm.sup.2].
The biomass of Aphanizomenon sp., Anabaena spp., Nodularia spumigena, and Cryptophyceae did not give any significant positive correlation with nutrients.
Cryptophyceae and rhodophyceae; chemotaxonomy, phylogeny, and application.
Fragilariaceae Asterionella formosa (Hassall) Asterionella gracillima (Hantz.) Fragilaria acuta (Ehr.) Fragilaria pinnata (Ehr.) Fragilaria crotonensis (Kitton) Synedra ulna (Nitzsch) Synedra acus (Grun) Naviculaceae Navicula petersenii (Hustedt) Navicula monoculata (Hustedt) Tabellariaceae Tabellaria fenestrata (Lyngb.) Tabellaria flocculosa (Roth) CRYPTOPHYTA Cryptophyceae Cryptomonadales Cryptomonadaceae Cryptomonas erosa (Ehr.) Pyrenomonadales Chroomonadaceae Chroomonas acuta (Utermothl) Pyrenomonadaceae Rhodomonas minuta (Skuja) EUGLENOPHYTA Euglenophyceae Euglenales Euglenaceae Euglena elastica (Presch) CHLOROPHYTA Chlorophyceae Chlorococcales Chlorellaceae Ankistrodesmus fractus (Brunn) A.
A identificacao dos grupos algais e a contagem de individuos indicaram a presenca de diferentes grupos fitoplanctonicos em proporcoes distintas: Chlorophyceae (3,32%), Cyanobacteria (67,05%), Bacillariophyceae (6,88%), Zygnemaphyceae (5,69%), Crysophyceae (0,83%), Euglenophyceae (1,78%) e Cryptophyceae (14,47%).
This pattern was previously verified for the Paranapanema River reservoir cascade and lotic stretches during summer (FERRAREZE; NOGUEIRA, 2006; NOGUEIRA et al., 2010), due to the growth of phytoplankton groups more tolerant to low light penetration, such as Cryptophyceae and Pennales (MINEEVA et al., 2008; REYNOLDS et al., 2002).
Cryptophyceae and rhodophyceae: chemotaxonomy, phylogeny, and application.
A total of 419 phytoplankton, 66 zooplankton and 56 macroinvertebrate taxa were recorded, being Bacillariophyceae and Cryptophyceae in phytoplankton, Rotifera in zooplankton, and Oligochaeta in benthos, the dominant groups during almost the whole study period Differences in density and composition of the communities were identified among reservoir zones, and also when results were compared with previous studies conducted in the reservoir during the first year after impoundment.
Cyanophyceae, Cryptophyceae, and Chlorophyceae were characteristic of Lake Poppalijarvi, and Chrysophyceae and Cryptophyceae of Lake Kento, but Diatomophyceae and Dinophyceae of the reference lake (Fig.
Limnetica 22:195-210 (AEP, Cryptophyceae, Rhodomonas, Ecol, B).
In the northern taiga the most abundant populations are chrysophytes (Chrysophyceae, especially Dinobryon), dinoflagellates (Dinophyceae), and cryptomonads (Cryptophyceae).
Considering the qualitative and quantitative analyses of phytoplankton, 206 taxa distributed in nine taxonomic groups were registered: Cyanobacteria (65), Bacillariophyceae (59), Zygnemaphyceae (37), Chlorophyceae (31), Oedogoniophyceae (7), Chrysophyceae (4), Cryptophyceae (1) Chlamydophyceae (1) and Dinophyceae (1).