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Nine diatom species were encountered on the SS surfaces: one centric and eight pennate species (Table 3).
pelagico 13509 Thalassiothrix frauenfeldii pelagico 2974 centrice pelagico 4 pennate bentonico 2308 DINOFLAGELADOS Ceratium spp.
(2012) * The symbionts of all hyaline species listed here are pennate diatoms; those of all porcelaneous species are dinoflagellates, with the exception of Alveolinella quoyi.
[30] who reported that these species seem to be tolerant of a wide range of stream water qualities and are common, cosmopolitan freshwater pennate diatoms.
Smith et al., "Micromechanical and structural properties of a pennate diatom investigated by atomic force microscopy," Journal of Microscopy, vol.
The high species number in disturbed station reflects an enhanced nutrient enrichment, as reported in other studies with a high abundance of centric over pennate diatoms [23, 24].
During the survey, a total of 17 pennate diatoms belonging to 10 genera, 7 families and 5 orders were identified.
Both sites were dominated by pennate diatoms (Table II).
Pennate diatom Nitzschia pungens as the primary source of domoic acid, a toxin in shellfish from eastern Prince Edward Island, Canada.
and Haematococcus sp., a pennate diatom Pinnularia sp., and a naked dinoflagellate Gymnodinium sp.
The change in muscle size, however, also depends on the type of contraction (isometric, concentric, or eccentric) and fibre arrangement of the contracting muscle (parallel or pennate) (Boyett et al 1991, Herbert et al 2002, Ito et al 1998, Narici et al 1996, Otten 1988, Takemori 1990).
On the other hand, KE muscles have fibers with an angular orientation relative to the force generating axis and are described as having a pennate architecture (Lieber and Frieden, 2000).
An outbreak of domoic acid poisoning attributed to the pennate diatom Pseudonitzschia australis.
Approximately 20 other diatoms were present at the six stations during the sampling year; they accounted for < 1% of the total diatom community at anytime and were comprised of both centric and pennate forms, as well as other planktonic and some benthic types.