dinoflagellate


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Surface morphology of the marine dinoflagellate Sinophysis microcephalus (Dinophyceae) from a mangrove island, Twin Cays, Belize.
Since ice first expanded across Antarctica and caused the dinoflagellate communities to specialize, these species have been undergoing constant change and evolution.
This may sound far-fetched, but we have found changes of this magnitude in the biology of the North Atlantic, with a dramatic switch in the prevalence of dinoflagellates to diatoms - two groups which include many of the microscopic planktonic plants forming the base of the ocean's food chain.
Although reports of marine k-tAbs which include blooms of the dinoflagellates Karenia brevis and Alexandrium spp.
Diatoms and dinoflagellates are the most desirable; some of them have been even used in cultivation as food for larvae of mollusks, early life stage crustaceans and fish (MOURA et al.
The dinoflagellates were traced to the state's new hog farm operations, which allowed for thousands of animals to be packed onto a few acres of land.
3-hecate dinoflagellate taxa are primarily defined by the number and arrangement ofplates in the epitheca, hypotheca, sulcus and cingulum, the latter three considered more conservative (Balech 1980).
Short-term variations in development of a recurrent toxic Alexandrium minutum--dominated dinoflagellate bloom induced by meteorological conditions.
Neurotoxic shellfish poisoning is caused by the red tide dinoflagellate, which produces brevetoxins.
Maitotoxin(MTX) is a member of a class of water-soluble polycyclic polyether marine biotoxins produced by the dinoflagellate Garnbierdiscus toxicus.
AN UNUSUAL POLYUNSATURATED C27 HYDROCARBON FROM THE MARINE DINOFLAGELLATE PYROCYSTIS LUNULA.
Prior to 1976 red tides of the dinoflagellate Lingulodinium polyedra usually developed during the fall of the year.