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Amphisolenia schauinslandii Lemmermann, 1899 (Pl. 1, Fig.
Three gametes, previously known as Dinophysis diegensis Kof., were observed: small cells, Lb 55-62.5 [micron]m (57.8 [+ o -] 4.1 [micron]m), Lt 62.5-71 [micron]m (65.3 [+ o -] 4.9 [micron]m), Db 26-30 [micron]m (27.8 [+ o -] 2.0 [micron]m), Dt 35.7 [+ o -] 2.9 (Pl. 2, Fig.
Our cell is similar to that illustrated by Balech (1988: 38, pl. 5, fig.
inaequale in Kofoid & Skogsberg (1928: pl. 1, fig.
Our specimen corresponds more to Histioneis acuta in Balech (1971b: pl. 3, fig.
The presence of the absence of the PL may have been estimated to be caused by dominant gene.25 However, in 53 families, in which PL was present bilaterally in both parents, 6 of the 200 children revealed unilaterally absence of PL. In further support of this data is the fact that in 45 families, in which PL was present in one parent bilateral while in the other absence on unilateral or bilateral, 39 of the 168 children revealed bilaterally absence of the PL.
The hand dominancy did not affect the prevalence of absence of PL. The prevalence of PL presence or absence appears to have a genetic and racial association.
Birmingham CC .....................(a) L 2-1 Liverpool PL..........................
(a) D 3-3 Sunderland PL......................(h) L 1-0 Sheffield United FA Cup ....(a) W 3-1 Birmingham PL.....................(a) D 1-1 Manchester City PL............
Everton PL ............................(a) D 2-2 Newcastle PL......................(h) W 1-0 West Ham PL .......................(a) W 2-1 HOULLIER TOTAL RECORD: Premier League P W D L 288911 (Win rate of 28.57 per cent) FA Cup: W2, L1 Carling Cup: W2, L1
Ceratium extension (Gourret) Cleve, 1900 (Pl. 1, Fig.
Syn.: Ceratium biceps Claparede et Lachmann, 1859: 400, pl. 19, fig.
Ceratium geniculatum (Lemmermann) Cleve, 1901 (Pl. 1, Fig.
Ceratium fusus (Ehrenb.) Dujard., 1841 (Pl. 1, Fig.
40; Steidinger & Williams, 1970**: 44, pl. 4, fig.