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Heterotrophic Amoebae, Flagellates and Heliozoa from the Tvärminne Area, Gulf of Finland, in 1988–1990
Abstract Ninety-five taxa of heterotrophic protists (amoebae, flagellates and heliozoa) were encountered in wild material and cultures established from marine samples from Tvarminne Archipelago, GulfExpand
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Heterotrophic Flagellates from Coral Reef Sediments (Great Barrier Reef, Australia)
Summary Heterotrophic flagellates were identified from the littoral sediments of One Tree Island (Great Barrier Reef, Australia) by light microscopy. A total of 37 species are described of which 3Expand
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Darwin's heterotrophic flagellates
Abstract The communities of heterotrophic flagellates from intertidal sediments and from samples of surface water collected at coastal sites in Darwin (Northern Territory, Australia) were surveyed asExpand
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Heterotrophic amoebae, flagellates and heliozoa from Arctic marine waters (North West Territories, Canada and West Greenland)
  • N. Vørs
  • Biology
  • Polar Biology
  • 1 March 1993
SummaryThirty eight taxa of heterotrophic protists (amoebae, flagellates and heliozoa) were encountered in cultures established from marine samples from Disko Bay (West Greenland) and Foxe BasinExpand
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Heterotrophic flagellates, centrohelid heliozoa and filose amoebae from marine and freshwater sites in the Antarctic
Abstract Heterotrophic flagellates, centrohelid heliozoa and filose amoebae were recorded from cultures derived from water collected at marine and freshwater sites in the Antarctic. Marine samplesExpand
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Heterotrophic flagellates from the water column in Port Jackson, Sydney, Australia
Summary An account is given of the diversity of heterotrophic flagellates in Port Jackson (New South Wales, Australia) and is discussed in relation to the geographic patchiness of the marineExpand
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Nanoplankton of the equatorial Pacific with emphasis on the heterotrophic protists
Abstract In the equatorial Pacific during the boreal spring of 1992, nanoplankton, represented by chrysophytes, dinoflagellates, amoebae, choanoflagellates, naked flagellates and ciliates, dominatedExpand
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Marine heterotrophic amoebae, flagellates and heliozoa from Belize (Central America) and Tenerife (Canary Islands), with descriptions of new species, Luffisphaera bulbochaete N. Sp., L. longihastis
. Thirty four taxa of heterotrophic protists (amoebae, flagellates and heliozoa) were encountered in cultures established from marine samples from Belize (Central America) and Tenerife (CanaryExpand
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Ultrastructure and autecology of the marine, heterotrophic flagellate Leucocryptos marina (Braarud) Butcher 1967 (Katablepharidaceae/Kathablepharidae), with a discussion of the genera Leucocryptos
  • N. Vørs
  • Biology, Medicine
  • European journal of protistology
  • 20 November 1992
New ultrastructural data on the flagellate Leucocryptos marina (Braarud) Butcher 1967 (= Bodo marina Braarud 1935 = Chilomonas marina Halldal 1953), the type species of Leucocryptos Butcher 1967,Expand
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Discocelis saleuta gen. nov. et sp. nov. (Protista incertae sedis): - A new heterotrophic marine flagellate.
  • N. Vørs
  • Biology, Medicine
  • European journal of protistology
  • 1 October 1988
The colourless flagellate Discocelis saleuta, a new genus from marine sediments, has been studied by light microscopy and single-cell sectioning for electron microscopy. The cell is discshaped andExpand
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