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Extensive dinoflagellate phylogenies indicate infrequent marine-freshwater transitions.
We have constructed extensive 18S-28S rDNA dinoflagellate phylogenies (>200 sequences for each marker) using Maximum Likelihood and Bayesian Inference to study the evolutionary relationships amongExpand
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Phenotypically Different Microalgal Morphospecies with Identical Ribosomal DNA: A Case of Rapid Adaptive Evolution?
The agents driving the divergence and speciation of free-living microbial populations are still largely unknown. We investigated the dinoflagellate morphospecies Scrippsiella hangoei and PeridiniumExpand
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Recent evolutionary diversification of a protist lineage.
Here, we have identified a protist (dinoflagellate) lineage that has diversified recently in evolutionary terms. The species members of this lineage inhabit cold-water marine and lacustrine habitats,Expand
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Spatial and temporal change characterization of Ceratium furcoides (Dinophyta) in the equatorial reservoir Riogrande II, Colombia
AIM: To establish the dynamics of C. furcoides in horizontal and temporal scales; and to determine the main ecological factors related to its dynamics. METHODS: Samples were taken in five stationsExpand
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Dinocyst microlaminations and freshwater "red tides" recorded in Lake Xiaolongwan, northeastern China
We reported a special type of lamination formed in the sediments of Lake Xiaolongwan, northeastern China. The lamination consists of light- and brown-colored laminate couplets in the thin sections.Expand
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Spatial and temporal change characterization of Ceratium furcoides ( Dinophyta ) in the equatorial reservoir Riogrande II
Aim: To establish the dynamics of C. furcoides in horizontal and temporal scales; and to determine the main ecological factors related to its dynamics. Methods: Samples were taken in five stationsExpand
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Genetic diversity patterns in five protist species occurring in lakes.
Little is known about the extent of the genetic diversity and its structuring patterns in protist species living in lakes. Here, we have investigated the genetic diversity patterns within fiveExpand
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Diversity and endemism in cold waters of the South Atlantic: contrasting patterns in the plankton and the benthos*
In total, ca. 7000 zooplanktonic species have been described for the World Ocean. This figure represents less than 4% of the total number of known marine organisms. Of the 7000 zooplanktonic speciesExpand
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Marine zooplanktonic diversity: a view from the South Atlantic
Abstract Approximately 7000 marine zooplanktonic species have been described so far for the World Ocean; in the South Atlantic the presence of 40% of these has been confirmed, and an additionalExpand
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The genus Glochidinium gen. nov., with two species: G. penardiforme comb. nov. and G. platygaster sp. nov. (Peridiniaceae)
Glochidiniumgen. nov., a ncw genus of Peridiniaceae based on Peridinium penardiforme Lindemann, is herewith erected. Its plate formula is: Po+X+4′+6′′+3C+4S+5′′′+2′′′′ Main diagnostic characters ofExpand
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