Discovery of an Endosymbiotic Nitrogen-Fixing Cyanobacterium UCYN-A in Braarudosphaera bigelowii (Prymnesiophyceae)
It is suggested that C. parkeae is the alternate life cycle stage of B. bigelowii sensu stricto or that of a sibling species of B., which originated from endosymbiosis of the nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium UCYN-A.
Spatial dynamics of coccolithophore assemblages in the Equatorial Western-Central Pacific Ocean
NEW EVIDENCE FOR MORPHOLOGICAL AND GENETIC VARIATION IN THE COSMOPOLITAN COCCOLITHOPHORE EMILIANIA HUXLEYI (PRYMNESIOPHYCEAE) FROM THE COX1b‐ATP4 GENES 1
Emiliania huxleyi (Lohmann) W. W. Hay et H. Mohler is a cosmopolitan coccolithophore occurring from tropical to subpolar waters and exhibiting variations in morphology of coccoliths possibly related…
Coccolithophore assemblages and morphotypes of Emiliania huxleyi in the boundary zone between the cold Oyashio and warm Kuroshio currents off the coast of Japan
Pseudo-cryptic speciation in Braarudosphaera bigelowii (Gran and Braarud) Deflandre
Intra- and infra-specific morphological variation in selected coccolithophore species in the equatorial and subequatorial Pacific Ocean
Neogene and Quaternary Ghost Shrimps and Crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda) from the Philippines
Twenty species in 17 genera of decapod crustaceans are reported from the Upper Miocene Mapulo Formation in Taysan, Batangas, southern Luzon and the Lower Pleistocene Man- dog Formation in Davao City,…
Tritium in Japanese precipitation following the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant accident.
Middle Miocene to Pleistocene magneto‐biostratigraphy of ODP Sites 1150 and 1151, northwest Pacific: Sedimentation rate and updated regional geological timescale
Abstract Shipboard and shore‐based investigation on siliceous and calcareous microfossil biostratigraphy, magneto‐stratigraphy and tephrostratigraphy identified numerous datum events from the…
Repeated species radiations in the recent evolution of the key marine phytoplankton lineage Gephyrocapsa
- E. M. Bendif, B. Nevado, D. Filatov
- Environmental Science, GeographyNature Communications
- 17 September 2019
F fossil and genomic data are combined to show the latest shift in phytoplankton Gephyrocapsa was coincident with a species radiation and suggest that previous shifts have also resulted from cycles of radiation and extinction.