THE MORPHOLOGY AND FINE STRUCTURE OF CERATIUM HIRUNDINELLA (DINOPHYCEAE) 1

@article{Dodge1970THEMA,
  title={THE MORPHOLOGY AND FINE STRUCTURE OF CERATIUM HIRUNDINELLA (DINOPHYCEAE) 1},
  author={J. Dodge and R. Crawford},
  journal={Journal of Phycology},
  year={1970},
  volume={6}
}
Some aspects of thecal morphology in Ceratium hirundinella are redescribed by means of scanning electron microscopy. The internal anatomy of the cell has been clearly revealed for the first time in serial sections examined by transmission electron microscopy. An unusual sulcus, termed the sulcul aperture, has been found to open into a large ventral chamber which extends toward the center of the cell. The 2 flagella are inserted at one side of the ventral chamber. The ultrastructure of the… Expand
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