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Electron microscopical studies of the Synuraceae (Chrysophyceae) in Japan

Takahashi, Eiji.

Electron microscopical studies of the Synuraceae (Chrysophyceae) in Japan

taxonomy and ecology.

by Takahashi, Eiji.

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Published by TokaiUniversity Press in Tokyo .
Written in English


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Get this from a library. Electron microscopical studies of the Synuraceae (Chrysophyceae) in Japan: taxonomy and ecology. [Eiji Takahashi].Electron microscopical studies of the synuraceae (chrysophyceae) in Japan: taxonomy and ecology / Eiji Takahashi Tokai University Press Tokyo Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Abstract. The seasonal occurrence of silica-scaled chrysophytes (Paraphysomonadaceae and Mallomonadaceae) in the eutrophic lake Tystrup Sø, was examined during –81 in relation to temperature and to overall phytoplankton biomass and by: Abstract.

Seventy-three taxa of silica-scaled chrysophytes were found with LM and TEM in samples from Finnish water bodies, including the genera Mallomonas (40 taxa), Synura (9), Chrysosphaerella (3), Spiniferomonas (8) and Paraphysomonas (13).

More than half of the taxa are recorded for the first time from Finland and five (Mallomonas actinoloma by: Silica-scaled chrysophytes from ecuador. Electron microscopical studies of the.

Consistent with the approach taken by the authors of the other chapters in this book, we have directed this. Electron microscopical studies of the Synuraceae (Chrysophyceae) in Japan.

-Tokai Univ. Press, Tokyo. Synurophyceae from the Southern Atlantic Coastal Plain of North America: a preliminary survey. eral investigators and light microscopical stud-ies culminated with Bourrelly's () now classic book.

Electron microscopical studies, however, began to show differences which were not detectable using light microscopes. The "third" flagellum on some genera was shown to be a haptonema, and the Golgi apparatus, chloroplast lamellae and storage. In bio, adaptation usually refers to an evolutionary change an organism has made to better suit its environment.

This change is a process and usually takes thousands of years. Evolutionary. Stuttgart. TAKAHASHI, E. (): Studies on genera Mallomonas and Synura, and other plankton in freshwater with the elec­tron microscope. VII. New genus Spiniferomonas of the Synuraceae (Chrysophyceae). Bot.

Mag. Tokyo -(): Electron microscopical studies of the Synu­raceae (Chrysophyceae) in Japan. Taxonomy and ecol­ogy. by: 9. cal, light-microscopical, electron-microscopical, and molec-ular viewpoints.

After the beginning in the 19th century with purely coarse-morphological concepts of cell construc-tion, the scaly envelopes of these genera were discovered, and light microscope (LM) studies of the silica structures wereFile Size: 5MB.

Light and electron microscopical observations of Mallomonas portae-ferreae var. reticulata var. nov. (Chrysophyceae). Phycologia 24(4) Menapace, F.J. and D.E. Wujek. Scanning electron microscopy as an aid to sectional placement of taxa within the genus Carex (Cyperaceae): Sections Lupulinae and Vesicariae.

Micron & Microscopia. All species of synurophytes possess a cell coat or covering composed primarily of siliceous scales. The design of the scale is species-specific and is used to identify each taxon (Siver, a, Kristiansen, ).There are a number of different types of scales including apical, body, caudal, domed, domeless, and spined scales ().Other scale types, such as the winged scales on Mallomonas.

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