ON SOME NEW OR LITTLE KNOWN CHRYSOPHYCEAE1

@article{Philipose1956ONSN,
  title={ON SOME NEW OR LITTLE KNOWN CHRYSOPHYCEAE1},
  author={Muluken Philipose},
  journal={New Phytologist},
  year={1956},
  volume={55},
  pages={331-338}
}
During an investigation of the algae of two ponds in the Hampstead (London) area, with special reference to the bottom deposits, the writer met with a number of chrysophycean algae. Synura uvella Ehrenb., Dinobryon sertularia Ehrenb., Mallomonas acaroides Perty and Chromulina ovalis Klebs all occurred in large numbers in one of the ponds during certain months of the year. These, together with Chrysococcus rufescens Klebs and Chrysamoeba radians Klebs, are all well-known species. Cultures of… 
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