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Pfiesteria shumwayae kills fish by micropredation not exotoxin secretion
Pfiesteria piscicida and P. shumwayae reportedly secrete potent exotoxins thought to cause fish lesion events, acute fish kills and human disease in mid-Atlantic USA estuaries. However, PfiesteriaExpand
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The origin of the Chorthippus parallelus hybrid zone: chromosomal evidence of multiple refugia for Iberian populations
A study of the variation in pattern and frequency of constitutive heterochromatin and nucleolar organizing regions of the X chromosomes of male Chorthippus parallelus grasshoppers in 25 populationsExpand
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DESCRIPTION OF A NEW GENUS OF PFIESTERIA‐LIKE DINOFLAGELLATE, LUCIELLA GEN. NOV. (DINOPHYCEAE), INCLUDING TWO NEW SPECIES: LUCIELLA MASANENSIS SP. NOV. AND LUCIELLA ATLANTIS SP. NOV. 1
A new genus of Pfiesteria‐like heterotrophic dinoflagellate, Luciella gen. nov., and two new species, Luciella masanensis sp. nov. and Luciella atlantis sp. nov., are described. These speciesExpand
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AN IMPROVED STRIPPING TECHNIQUE FOR LIGHTLY ARMORED DINOFLAGELLATES 1
Identification of armored heterotrophic dinoflagellates relies, in part, on plate tabulations obtained by SEM. Currently, two methods are used to visualize plate morphology and develop plateExpand
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Effects of supernumerary heterochromatin on chiasma formation and chromosome segregation in Dociostaurus genei (Orthoptera)
Dociostaurus genei is a grasshopper in which most of the autosomes present polymorphisms for distal heterochromatic supernumerary segments. C-banding, DAPI banding and fluorescence in situExpand
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