Autecology and phylogeny of Coolia tropicalis and Coolia malayensis (Dinophyceae), with emphasis on taxonomy of C. tropicalis based on light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy and LSU rDNA(1).

@article{MohammadNoor2013AutecologyAP,
  title={Autecology and phylogeny of Coolia tropicalis and Coolia malayensis (Dinophyceae), with emphasis on taxonomy of C. tropicalis based on light microscopy, scanning electron microscopy and LSU rDNA(1).},
  author={Normawaty Mohammad-Noor and {\O}jvind Moestrup and Nina Lundholm and Santiago Fraga and Aimimualiani Adam and Michael James Holmes and Ejria Saleh},
  journal={Journal of phycology},
  year={2013},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={
          536-45
        }
}
Coolia is a widespread and ecologically important genus of benthic marine dinoflagellates found in tropical regions. Historically, there has been taxonomic confusion about the taxonomy and toxicity of this group. The goal of this study was to resolve morphological questions concerning Coolia tropicalis and determine the taxonomic identity of the Australian Coolia isolate which has been reported to produce cooliatoxins. To accomplish this, the morphology of tropical strains from Belize (the type… CONTINUE READING
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