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- The cryptophyceae are a cl**** of algae, most of which have plastids. They are common in freshwater, and also occur in marine and brackish habitats. Each...
- Infusoria. Later, botanists treated them as a separate algae group, cl**** Cryptophyceae or division Cryptophyta, while zoologists treated them as the flagellate...
- cryptophyte, a single-celled organism of the phylum Cryptophyta or cl**** Cryptophyceae, most of which are photosynthetic fossil plants that produced the cryptospores...
- first described in organisms in 1986. In Proteomonas, another genus of Cryptophyceae, the two morphs revealed large differences in cell size which apparently...
- List of eukaryotic species that belong to picoplankton, meaning one of their cell dimensions is smaller than 3 µm. Stichococcus cylindricus Butcher, 3...
- Introduction, Chlorophyceae. Xanthophyceae, Chrysophyceae, Bacillariophyceae, Cryptophyceae, Dinophyceae, Chloromonadineae, Euglenineae, Colourless Flagellata....
- analysis of the mitochondrial genome of Hemiselmis andersenii CCMP644 (Cryptophyceae)". BMC Genomics. 9: 215. doi:10.1186/1471-2164-9-215. PMC 2397417. PMID 18474103...
- Ochrophyta (autotrophic Stramenopiles), Haptophyta and Choanoflagellida. The Cryptophyceae and the Dinophyceae were part of Pyrrhophyta (= Dinophyta). The Chromista...
- Ishida et al 2016 Family Hemiarmidae Shiratori, Ishida et al 2016 Cl**** Cryptophyceae Fritsch 1937 [Cryptomonadea Stein 1878 emend. Schoenichen 1925] Order...
- Graeme A. Dunstan, Malcolm R. Brown & John K. Volkman (November 2005). "Cryptophyceae and Rhodophyceae; chemotaxonomy, phylogeny, and application". Phytochemistry...
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