Distribution and variability of Ceratium in the northern and western Pacific
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Published by Published by the Museum. in Honolulu .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ceratium.,
  • Protozoa -- Pacific Ocean.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 46.

Statementby Anton Bo hm ; [translated from the German by Margaret B. Edmondson].
SeriesBulletin - Bernice P. Bishop Museum ; 87, Bernice P. Bishop Museum bulletin -- 87.
The Physical Object
Pagination46 p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages46
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14177696M

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Ceratium, genus of single-celled aquatic dinoflagellate algae (family Ceratiaceae) common in fresh water and salt water from the Arctic to the tropics. As dinoflagellates, the organisms have two unlike flagella and have both plant and animal characteristics; their taxonomic placement as algae is. The phylum Dinophyta (dinoflagellates, dinophytes) is composed of a diverse assemblage of unicellular organisms. Most of them are biflagellated and free-swimming (e.g., among the Peridiniales, Ceratium, Peridinium, Gymnodinium) (Figure 1), whereas a few are nonmotile unicells reproducing by motile specialized cells (zoospores and gametes) with features such that to permit their inclusion among. The WPSH area index is defined by the “real area” of the WPSH surrounded by the gpm contour over western Pacific, while the intensity index is the “volume” of the WPSH over gpm. The westernmost point is defined as the minimal longitude degree of the gpm isolines in the region between 90°E and °. investigate the spatial and temporal variability of precipitation along the western coastal (Pacific) side of the Antarctic Peninsula. The record of observations made at Faraday since show a statistically significant increase in the number of winter-season precipitation events.