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This review presents a detailed analysis of the state of knowledge of studies done in Mexico related to the dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum, a paralytic toxin producer. This species was first(More)
The paralytic shellfish toxin (PST) profiles of Gymnodinium catenatum Graham have been reported for several strains from the Pacific coast of Mexico cultured under different laboratory conditions, as(More)
The effects of temperature on growth, cell toxicity, toxin content, and profile of paralytic shellfish toxins was determined in eight isolates of Gymnodinium catenatum from several localities along(More)
From February to March 2007 a harmful algae bloom of Gymnodinium catenatum Graham ocurred in Bahia de La Paz, Mexico, with cell densities from 6 x 10 5 to 2,39 x 10 6 cells L -1 . During this event(More)
Temperature and nutrient concentrations were measured during a mixed bloom of Noctiluca scintillans and Gymnodinium catenatum in La Paz Bay, Gulf of California. Under laboratory conditions, we(More)
The phytoplankton community of tuna farms in Bahia de La Paz, southern Baja California, Mexico was studied. Samples were taken from tuna farms near San Juan de la Costa, Rancheros del Mar and from a(More)