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The Prorocentrales (Dinophyceae). II. Revision of the taxonomy within the genus Prorocentrum
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A comprehensive review of the taxonomy of the genus Prorocentrum has been carried out for the first time since Schiller's monograph of 1933-7, and it is proposed to reduce the number of species from 64 to 21, which fall into five fairly distinct groups. Expand
The fine structure of algal cells
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Some Revisions of the Family Gonyaulacaceae (Dinophyceae) Based on a Scanning Electron Microscope Study
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A detailed revision has been carried out involving over 20 species which have been ascribed to Gonyaulax but excluding the toxigenic species now attributed to Alexandrium, and the genus is redefined as having the tabulation Po, 3', 2a, 6", 6c, 4-8s, 5'", Ip, 1"" and 17 species are reported which clearly fit this formula. Expand
BIOGEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE ARMORED PLANKTONIC DINOFLAGELLATE CERATIUM IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC AND ADJACENT SEAS 1
The distribution of the dinoflagellate genus Ceratium Schrank (Dinophyceae) in the North Atlantic and adjacent seas was studied by a combination of new observations on a large number of planktonExpand
A fine‐structural survey of dinoflagellate pyrenoids and food‐reserves
About half of the 30 or so species of dinoflagellates examined by electron microscopy have been found to possess distinct pyrenoids associated with chloroplasts and having a granular proteinaceousExpand
Biodiversity and biogeography of planktonic dinoflagellates in the Arctic Ocean
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An increased number of species were found in the areas influenced directly by the warm Atlantic or Pacific currents, such as the Norwegian, Barents and Chukchi Seas, mainly due to the invasion of tropical- boreal and Antarctic-tropical-boreal species. Expand
Cyst-theca relationships in some Protoperidinium species (Peridiniales) from Scottish sea lochs
Recent dinoflagellate cysts were collected from Scottish west coast sealoch sediments and germinated to establish cyst-theca relationships. Fourteen different Protoperidinium species have beenExpand
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