Life cycle, physiology, ecology and red tide occurrences of the fish-killing raphidophyte Chattonella

@inproceedings{Imai2012LifeCP,
  title={Life cycle, physiology, ecology and red tide occurrences of the fish-killing raphidophyte Chattonella},
  author={Ichiro Imai and Mineo Yamaguchi},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract The marine fish-killing raphidophytes of the genus Chattonella currently consist of five species, i.e. C. antiqua , C. marina , C. minima , C. ovata and C. subsalasa . The distribution of Chattonella species was confirmed in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions in the world accompanying mass mortalities of fishes in nature and in aquaculture. The fish-killing mechanisms are still unclear, but suffocation is the ultimate cause of fish death. Increasing evidence is pointing… CONTINUE READING

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