Gymnodinium


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Gymnodinium

(jim'nō-din'ē-ŭm),
Genus of marine dinoflagellates that includes the unicellular organism that causes red tide.

Gymnodinium

/Gym·no·din·i·um/ (jim″no-din´e-um) a genus of dinoflagellates, most species of which have many colored chromatophores, found in water; when present in great numbers, they help to form the destructive red tide in the ocean.

Gym·no·din·i·um

(jim-nŏ-din'ē-um)
Genus of marine dinoflagellates that includes the unicellular organism that causes red tide.
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