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a planktonic dinoflagellate genus which can act

Vol. 69: 201-204.1991 MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. Published January 10 NOTE Dinophysis-a planktonic dinoflagellate genus which can act both as a prey and a predator of a ciliate Per Juel Hansen Marine Biological Laboratory.

SINKING SLOWLY

Adapted from Living in Water To order, contact Kendall-Hint Publishing 1-800-228-0810 SINKING SLOWLY QUESTION How do planktonic organisms, which are not strong enough to swim against the current in the water, keep from sinking to the bottom of the ocean?

COLLINS, V. G. (1957). J. gen. Microbiol. 16, 268-272 ...

268 COLLINS, V. G. (1957). J. gen. Microbiol. 16, 268-272 Planktonic Bacteria BY VERA G. COLLINS Freshwater Biological Association, Ferry House, Far Sawrey , Ambleside, Westmorland

Planktonic foraminiferal depth habitat and D18 Ocalibrations ...

out such differences between two widely used planktonic species at high latitudes, including the differences between Northern and Southern Hemisphere patterns, is an essential prerequisite for refining reconstructions of past surface ocean conditions.

Biofilms: implications in bioremediation

Gene expression in biofilm cells differs from planktonic stage expression and these differentially expressed genes regulate biofilm formation and development.

BLUE-WATER SCUBA COLLECTION OF PLANKTONIC FORAMINIFERA Brian ...

127 BLUE-WATER SCUBA COLLECTION OF PLANKTONIC FORAMINIFERA Brian T. Huber Department of Paleobiology National Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. 2056 USA Jelle Bijma Alfred Wegner Institut P.O. Box 120161, Columbusstrasse D-2850 Bremerhaven, GERMANY Howard J ...

Planktonic Algae in Ponds

A-9-02 Extension actSheet F School of Natural Resources, 2021 Coffey Road, Columbus, OH 43210-1085 Planktonic Algae in Ponds William E. Lynch Jr. Extension Associate, Aquatic Ecosystem Management School of Natural Resources M any pond owners are familiar with the problems caused by filamentous ...

Ocean Drifters

Many marine animals produce planktonic larvae, regardless of whether the adults are swimmers, bottom-dwellers, or completely immobile as adults. Because they come from many different kinds of animals, zooplankton have many different forms and may resemble jellyfish, worms, shrimps, or extremely ...

Sediment Traps as a New Tool for Estimation of Longevity of ...

Sediment Traps as a New Tool for Estimation of Longevity of Planktonic Foraminifera RAJIV NIGAM National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula- 403 004, Goa E-mail : nigam@darya .nio. org Abstract Sediment trap technique provides time series data of sinking particles [faunal and sediment] from ...

Depth-habitat reorganization of planktonic foraminifera ...

Depth-habitat reorganization of planktonic foraminifera across the Albian/Cenomanian boundary Atsushi Ando, Brian T. Huber, and Kenneth G. MacLeod Abstract.—New mid-Cretaceous stable isotope (d 18 Oandd 13 C) records of multiple planktonic foraminiferal species and coexistingcoccoliths from ...