Percolomonas cosmopolitus (Ruinen) n.gen., a new type of filter feeding flagellate from marine plankton

@article{Fenchel1986PercolomonasC,
  title={Percolomonas cosmopolitus (Ruinen) n.gen., a new type of filter feeding flagellate from marine plankton},
  author={T. Fenchel and D. Patterson},
  journal={Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom},
  year={1986},
  volume={66},
  pages={465-482}
}
  • T. Fenchel, D. Patterson
  • Published 1986
  • Biology
  • Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
The ecological significance of heterotrophic micro-flagellates in marine plankton has recently drawn considerable interest among biological oceanographers (Anderson & Fenchel, 1985; Haas & Webb, 1979; Fenchel, 1985 and references therein). Such organisms have been shown to be numerous, occurring in densities of 5 x 10 2 to 2 x 10 3 per ml in surface coastal and oceanic waters. Their grazing activities are believed to account for virtually all of the turnover of populations of suspended bacteria… Expand
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