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Phylogeny of some of the major genera of dinoflagellates based on ultrastructure and partial LSU rDNA sequence data, including the erection of three new genera of unarmoured dinoflagellates
Evidence from partial large-subunit (LSU) rDNA sequencing has been combined with ultrastructure, including details of the flagellar apparatus, in a number of phototrophic dinoflagellates, with theExpand
ON THE IDENTITY OF KARLODINIUM VENEFICUM AND DESCRIPTION OF KARLODINIUM ARMIGER SP. NOV. (DINOPHYCEAE), BASED ON LIGHT AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPY, NUCLEAR‐ENCODED LSU RDNA, AND PIGMENT COMPOSITION 1
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Phylogenetic analysis confirmed K. armiger to be related to other species of Karlodinium; thus forming a monophyletic genus, which, in the LSU tree, occupies a sister group position to Takayama de Salas, Bolch, Botes et Hallegraeff. Expand
Phylogeny of the Bacillariaceae with emphasis on the genus Pseudo-nitzschia (Bacillariophyceae) based on partial LSU rDNA
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A phylogenetic analysis of 42 species based on the first 872 base pairs of nuclear-encoded large subunit (LSU) rDNA suggested that Nitzschia is not monophyletic, as expected from the great morphological diversity within the genus. Expand
The pan-Arctic biodiversity of marine pelagic and sea-ice unicellular eukaryotes: a first-attempt assessment
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In a first attempt to assess the pan-Arctic diversity of pelagic and sea-ice eukaryotes, a wealth of data from various sources were reviewed, while taxonomic data were confirmed with current nomenclature and classification. Expand
Studies on woloszynskioid dinoflagellates IV: The genus Biecheleria gen. nov.
The well known freshwater dinoflagellate Woloszynskia pseudopalustris is transferred to the new genus Biecheleria, based on the very unusual structure of the eyespot (comprising a stack ofExpand
AMPHIDINIUM REVISITED. I. REDEFINITION OF AMPHIDINIUM (DINOPHYCEAE) BASED ON CLADISTIC AND MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSES 1
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Cl cladistic analysis and analyses based on partial LSU rDNA revealed that Amphidinium species with minute left‐deflected epicones formed a monophyletic clade that included the type species A. operculatum, and an emendation of the genus definition is presented. Expand
Morphology, toxin composition and LSU rDNA phylogeny of Alexandrium minutum (Dinophyceae) from Denmark, with some morphological observations on other European strains
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Part of the Danish A. minutum gene did not resolve intraspecific relationships and could not differentiate populations with or without pore and/ or different toxin signatures, and a strain from New Zealand had a remarkably high sequence divergence. Expand
A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF THE HETEROKONT ALGAE BASED ON ANALYSES OF CHLOROPLAST‐ENCODED rbcL SEQUENCE DATA 1
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A relative rate test revealed that the rbcL gene in the Chrysophyceae and Synurophyceae has experienced a significantly different rate of substitutions compared to other classes of heterokont algae, suggesting that these two classes have evolved at an accelerated rate. Expand
Comparative study of Gymnodinium mikimotoi and Gymnodinium aureolum, comb. nov. (=Gyrodinium aureolum) based on morphology, pigment composition, and molecular data
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It is concluded that the European isolates, formerly identified as Gyrodinium aureolum, Gyrod inium cf. Expand
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