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A photosynthetic alveolate closely related to apicomplexan parasites
This corrects the article DOI: 10.1038/nature06635
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The use of sodium polytungstate for the separation and concentration of living dinoflagellate cysts from marine sediments
A method for separating and concentrating living dinoflagellate cysts from marine sediments, using aqueous solutions of the nontoxic chemical sodium polytungstate (SPT), is described. A two-phase, ...
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VEGETATIVE REPRODUCTION AND SEXUAL LIFE CYCLE OF THE TOXIC DINOFLAGELLATE GYMNODINIUM CATENATUM FROM TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA 1
The toxic, chain‐forming dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum Graham was cultured from vegetative cells and benthic resting cysts isolated from estuarine waters in Tasmania, Australia. RapidlyExpand
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Isolation and purification of Australian isolates of the toxic cyanobacteriumMicrocystis aeruginosa Kütz
Isolation and laboratory culture ofMicrocystis aeruginosa Kütz. using a growth medium (MLA medium) suitable for both non-axenic and axenic cultures is described. Seventeen established strains ofM.Expand
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Transport of diatom and dinoflagellate resting spores in ships' ballast water: implications for plankton biogeography and aquaculture
Diatom and dinoflagellate species that are not endemic to a region can be inadvertently introduced when their resistant resting stages are discharged with the ballast-tank waters and sediments ofExpand
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GENETIC, MORPHOLOGICAL, AND TOXICOLOGICAL VARIATION AMONG GLOBALLY DISTRIBUTED STRAINS OF NODULARIA (CYANOBACTERIA)
Morphological, toxicological, and genetic variation was examined among 19 strains of Nodularia. The strains examined could be morphologically discriminated into four groups corresponding to N.Expand
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Reproductive compatibility among four global populations of the toxic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum (Dinophyceae)
Abstract Reproductive compatibility was examined among 21 strains of Gymnodinium catenatum derived from four different populations from across the globe: Tasmania, Australia (15 strains), Japan (2Expand
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A photosynthetic alveolate closely related to apicomplexan parasites
Many parasitic Apicomplexa, such as Plasmodium falciparum, contain an unpigmented chloroplast remnant termed the apicoplast, which is a target for malaria treatment. However, no close relative ofExpand
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GROWTH AND DOMOIC ACID PRODUCTION BY PSEUDO‐NITZSCHIA SERIATA (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE) UNDER PHOSPHATE AND SILICATE LIMITATION 1
Pseudo‐nitzschia seriata (Cleve) H. Peragallo isolated from Scottish west coast waters was studied in batch culture with phosphate (P) or silicate (Si) as the yield‐limiting nutrient at 15°C. ThisExpand
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Phylogenetic and functional diversity of the cultivable bacterial community associated with the paralytic shellfish poisoning dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum.
Gymnodinium catenatum is one of several dinoflagellates that produce a suite of neurotoxins called the paralytic shellfish toxins (PST), responsible for outbreaks of paralytic shellfish poisoning inExpand
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