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A RAPID SIMPLE TECHNIQUE UTILIZING CALCOFLUOR WHITE M2R FOR THE VISUALIZATION OF DINOFLAGELLATE THECAL PLATES 1
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The fluorescent stain Calcofluor White M2R readily binds to cellulose and other β‐linked glucans and should prove useful for the tabulation and study of dinoflagellate thecae.
AN OUTBREAK OF DOMOIC ACID POISONING ATTRIBUTED TO THE PENNATE DIATOM PSEUDONITZSCHIA AUSTRALIS 1
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This is the first confirmed report of DA poisoning since the original 1987 episode in Atlantic Canada caused by Nitzschia pungens Grunow forma multiseries Hasle, and suggests another species of planktonic pennate diatom is capable of producing DA and that herbivorous finfish can act as vectors for this toxin.
Circadian Changes in Ribulose-1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase/Oxygenase Distribution Inside Individual Chloroplasts Can Account for the Rhythm in Dinoflagellate Carbon Fixation
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The rhythm in Rubisco distribution is causally related to the rhythm in carbon fixation and it is suggested that several mechanisms involving enzyme sequestration could account for the increase in the efficiency of carbon fixation.
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DOMOIC ACID POISONING IN BROWN PELICANS (PELECANUS OCCIDENTALIS) AND BRANDT'S CORMORANTS (PHALA CROCORAX PENICILLA TUS) IN CALIFORNIA
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This is the first documentation of DA poisoning outside of Atlantic Canada, of its presence in herbivorous finfish, and of the diatom P. australis as a suspected producer of DA.
Gamete recognition during fertilization in a red alga,Antithamnion nipponicum
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The combination of long spermatial appendages and a carbohydrate-carbohydrate receptor-based gamete recognition mechanism make fertilization in this species an efficient process.
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENDOPARASITIC DINOFLAGELLATE AMOEBOPHRYA CERATII WITHIN HOST DINOFLAGELLATE SPECIES 1
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The mature endoparasitic trophont of A. ceratii is recognized at the light microscopic level as a beehive‐shaped structure that consists of numerous lobes of the developing motile sporont cells and a mastigocoel cavity containing the sporont flagella.
Ultrastructure of two toxic marine dinoflagellates, Prorocentrum lima and Prorocentrum maculosum
Abstract Two benthic and epiphytic toxin-producing marine dinoflagellates, Prorocentrum lima (Ehr.) Dodge and Prorocentrum maculosum Faust, were examined using light microscopy, scanning electron
ULTRASTRUCTURAL ASPECTS OF SEXUAL REPRODUCTION IN THE RED TIDE DINOFLAGELLATE GONYAULAX TAMARENSIS 1
The marine dinoflagellate Gonyaulax tamarensis Lebour is best known for its propensity to form blooms known as red tides in coastal waters worldwide. This paper examines the sexual cycle of this
Okadaic acid antibody localizes to chloroplasts in the DSP-toxin-producing dinoflagellates Prorocentrum lima and Prorocentrum maculosum
Abstract Thin sections of Prorocentrum lima (Ehrenberg) Dodge and Prorocentrum maculosum Faust, two dinoflagellates known to produce diarrhetic shellfish poisoning (DSP), were probed with a
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