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A review of rare, poorly known, and morphologically problematic extant marine organic-walled dinoflagellate cyst taxa of the orders Gymnodiniales and Peridiniales from the Northern Hemisphere 5
Mertens, Kenneth; Gu, Haifeng; Gurdebeke, Pieter R.; Takano, Yoshihito; Clarke, Dave; Aydin, Hilal; Li, Zhen; Pospelova, Vera; Shin, Hyeon Ho; Li, Zhun; Matsuoka, Kazumi; Head, Martin J..
Dinoflagellates are a major component of the modern plankton. Of the 2192 species of marine free-living dinoflagellates presently described, an increasing number are being shown to produce resting cysts (probably hypnozygotes) within their life cycle. With rare exception, only the resting cysts fossilize, so they are of central importance in tracing the history of dinoflagellates through geological time. Cysts of many of the more common dinoflagellate species have distinctive morphologies allowing their geographic and stratigraphic occurrences to be traced. An ever-increasing number of taxa are also being shown to produce distinctive cysts, potentially increasing our knowledge of the diverse representation of dinoflagellates through time. Here the...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Archaeperidinium; Diplopsalis; Dubridinium; Echinidinium; Gymnodinium; Lejeunecysta; Protoperidinium.
Ano: 2020 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00512/62333/66593.pdf
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The repetitive and expanding occurrence of a green, bloom-forming dinoflagellate (Dinophyceae) on the coasts of France 5
Sournia, Alain; Belin, Catherine; Billard, Chantal; Catherine, Martial; Erard-le Denn, Evelyne; Fresnel, Jacqueline; Lassus, Patrick; Pastoureaud, Annie; Soulard, René.
A dinoflagellate has produced green-water events along the Atlantic and English Channel coasts of France since 1982. It differs morphologically from each of the 12 taxa or so of green gymnodinoid dinoflagellates previously known. As some morphological details, as well as their variability, remain to be ascertained, this organism is illustrated and described here under the provisional designation of Gymnodinium "sp. 1982". The presence of chlorophyll b has been confirmed by HPLC analysis but it could not be ascertained whether true chloroplasts are present, or symbionts. The distribution is coastal and estuarine. The number and intensity of the outbreaks may be related to river runoff and to the amount of preceding rainfall. An encysted stage is described....
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Bloom; Océan Atlantique; Manche; Morphologie; Chlorophylle b; Répartition géographique; Zone côtière; Milieu marin; Phytoplancton; Basse Normandie; France; Europe; Pyrrophycophyta; Algae; Thallophyta; Gymnodinium; BLOOMS; DINOFLAGELLATES; GREEN WATERS; GYMNODINIUM; PHYTOPLANKTON.
Ano: 1992 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00133/24470/22487.pdf
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