The culture and physiology of the marine dinoflagellates

@article{Barker2004TheCA,
  title={The culture and physiology of the marine dinoflagellates},
  author={H. Albert Barker},
  journal={Archiv f{\"u}r Mikrobiologie},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={157-181}
}
Ki~ster (1908) cultured the colorless Gyrodinium ]ucorum (Ko]oid and Swezy, 1921), and Wettstein (1921) and Reichardt (1927) obtained pure cultures of Gloeodinium montanum, a fresh water photos)mthetic form. Allen of the Plymouth laboratory grew the holophytic Peridinium triqueta in flourishing species-pure culture and maintained the holozoic Oxyrrhis marina in mixed culture with the diatom Nitzschia (Lebour, 1925). Bachrach and Le]~vre (1931) were able to grow a holophytic species of… Expand
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