Morphological Study of Atypical Dinophysis acuta Ehrenberg from Chilean Coastal Waters by a Digital Pattern - Recognition System

@inproceedings{Lassus1998MorphologicalSO,
  title={Morphological Study of Atypical Dinophysis acuta Ehrenberg from Chilean Coastal Waters by a Digital Pattern - Recognition System},
  author={Patrick Lassus and Mirian Seguel and Philippe Truquet},
  year={1998}
}
spp.taxonomy are the size and shape of cells, the mor-phology of the left sulcal list, the presence or absenceof chloroplasts and 'presumably' the plate patternand thecal ornamentation. Nevertheless, there isincreasing evidence of considerable intraspecific mor-phological variations in several species 

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