Cryptomonas


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Cryptomonas

An invalid bacterial genus name [Bergey’s]; not in current use.
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Other common genera included Cryptomonas erosa, and diatoms, such as Cydotdla menegheniana, Diploneis sp.
3 TABLE 2 Algae found (percent occurence in samples for each site) in Old Woman Creek wetland Phylum Genus or Species Authority Cryptopbyta Cryptomonas erosa Ehrenberg Cbloraphyta Actinastrum hantzchii Lagerheim Chlorophyta Ankistrodesmus Corda convulutus Chlorophyta Ankistrodesmus falcatus (Corda) Ralfs Chlorophyta Characium ambiguum Hermann Chlorophyta Chlorella vulgaris Beijerinck Chlorophyta Crucigenia fenestrata (Schmidle) Schmidle Chlorophyta Crucigenia quadrata Morren Chlorophyta Crucigenia tetrapedia (Kirch.
Microcystis, Anabaena, Melosira, Cyclotella, and Cryptomonas.
A disingenuous alga, aptly named Cryptomonas, picked up the ability to harvest solar energy by gobbling one of its photosynthesizing distant cousins, researchers report in the March 14 Nature.
Winter assemblages were characterized by small flagellates from the genera such as Cryptomonas, Rhodomonas, Chrysochromulina, other small flagellates, and some coccal green algae.
Tabellaria flocculosa (Roth) CRYPTOPHYTA Cryptophyceae Cryptomonadales Cryptomonadaceae Cryptomonas erosa (Ehr.
This is confirmed by data of Mets (1992) for 1992 when in the northeastern and western coastal areas of the lake species from the family Cryptomonas and the phylum Euglenophyta were found.