Cryptomonas


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Cryptomonas

An invalid bacterial genus name [Bergey’s]; not in current use.
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In the inflows, planktonic cryptophytes from the genera Cryptomonas and Rhodomonas dominated in the biomass for most of the year.
153736 1 Diatomea 4304 27 Syndiniales 1332 5 Discicristata 1224 4 Fungi 1020 10 Chlorophyta 843 5 Bicosoecida 738 1 Cercozoa 625 11 Dinoflagellata 501 10 Retaria 243 4 Cryptomonas 85 1 Protostelium 79 1 Leucocryptos 76 1 Rhodellophyceae 73 1 Schizoplasmodiopsis 66 1 FV18-2D11 (Alveolata) 65 2 Isochrysidales 62 1 Bolidomonas 35 1 Apicomplexa 30 1 NAMAKO-2 29 1 Labyrinthulomycetes 22 2 Jakobida 19 1 Gracilipodida (LEMD267) 17 1 NIF-4C10 14 1 Pelagophyceae 13 1 Only sequences that occurred 10 or more times in the data are shown.
1]) correspondieron a formas distorsionadas de la esfera (Lewis, 1976) como por ejemplo Cryptomonas cf.
8,88E+03 Cryptophyta Chilomonas insignis 9,12E+05 (Skuja) Javornicky Chroomonas coerulea 9,71E+04 (Geitler) Skuja Cryptomonas sp.
2] (como Nephrocytium), y por nitratos y luz, principalmente, como Ceratium furcoies, Cryptomonas, Monoraphidium, Dolichospermum, Staura strum Chlamydomonas y otras clorococales.
Other common genera included Cryptomonas erosa, and diatoms, such as Cydotdla menegheniana, Diploneis sp.