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Parasites are one of the ecologically most relevant groups of marine food webs, but their taxonomic and biological complexity… Expand Parvilucifera sinerae is a parasitoid of dinoflagellates, the major phytoplankton group responsible for harmful algal bloom… Expand Parasites exert important top-down control of their host populations. The hostpara- site system formed by Alexandrium minutum… Expand The dynamics and consequences of host–parasite coevolution depend on the nature of host genotype-by-parasite genotype… Expand ABSTRACT. Perkinsids and colpodellids are lineages that diverged near the origins of dinoflagellates and apicomplexans… Expand A new species of parasite, Parvilucifera sinerae sp. nov., isolated from a bloom of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum… Expand Dinoflagellate parasites, e.g. Parvilucifera infectans Noren et Moestrup, 1996 can potentially control dinoflagellate blooms and… Expand