Clearance rates and IR were evaluated as a function of cell concentration (50, 100, 200 and 300 cells/[micro]L) of the chrysophyte
Morphological alterations in diatoms and chrysophyte
spores were recorded and analyzed.
Similarly growth and cell yields of the marine Chrysophyte
Aureococcus anophagefferens are stimulated in the presence of Selenite .
cysts were enumerated as separate categories during microscopy and the ratio comparing cysts and all microfossils was calculated.
cysts were counted as separate categories under microscope and the ratio of chrysophycean cysts to diatoms was calculated.
Stichochrysis immobilis is a diatom, not a chrysophyte
The majority of chrysophyte
genera lack a covering of siliceous scales and exhibit a great plasticity in regard to both morphology and nutrition (Hoek et al.
In preliminary studies we determined that the chrysophyte
Isochrysis galbana produced the best scope for growth in the two scallop species (Velasco, in press).
This is with the addition of eight chlorophytes, one chrysophyte
(a macroscopic tubicolus diatom species), two phaeophytes and five rhodophytes (Table 1).
Winter blooms of dinoflagellates or chrysophytes
occurred but their presence was unpredictable (ECOSURV, 2005).
A variety of biological synthetic systems are discussed, including algae, diatoms and chrysophytes
, bacteria, and yeasts, as well as processes that utilize nonliving biologically derived components, such as plant extracts to modulate redox properties of the synthetic environment, isolated proteins with useful template shapes, and chelators to control size.
Cyanobacteria, Euglenophytes, Chrysophytes
and Cryptophytes were present at the three sampling sites.