Cryptomonas


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Cryptomonas

An invalid bacterial genus name [Bergey’s]; not in current use.
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The result of the BioEnv exploratory analysis using the phytoplankton composition as explanatory variables of the zooplankton yielded the best fit model with six phytoplankton taxa: Coelastrum proboscideum, Coelastrum reticulatum, Scenedesmus smithii, Cryptomonas ovata, Rhodomonas sp.
In the inflows, planktonic cryptophytes from the genera Cryptomonas and Rhodomonas dominated in the biomass for most of the year.
Taxonomic group Sequences(n) Taxa(n) Metazoa 344743 73 Ciliophora (all) 201052 35 Ciliophora (Hyalophysa sp.) 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.
8,88E+03 Cryptophyta Chilomonas insignis 9,12E+05 (Skuja) Javornicky Chroomonas coerulea 9,71E+04 (Geitler) Skuja Cryptomonas sp.
2.1 2.2 Chrysophyceae Order: Monosigales Family: Synuraceae Mallomonas caudata Ivanov -- 1.1 Order: Ochromonadales Family: Dinobryaceae Dinobryon sertularia Ehrenberg 10.4 8.9 Cryptophyceae Order: Cryptomonadales Family: Cryptomonadaceae Cryptomonas ovata Ehrenberg 5.2 10.0 Cryptomonas subovalis Ehrenberg 2.1 4.4 Cryptomonas sp.
setigera se presento muy cerca al origen de coordenadas en el segundo cuadrante, con mayor influencia en el segundo eje que en el primero, y muy cerca de potenciales depredadores--como Polyarthra, Bosmina, Asplachna y Campanella--y de competidores por Si[O.sub.2] (como Nephrocytium), y por nitratos y luz, principalmente, como Ceratium furcoies, Cryptomonas, Monoraphidium, Dolichospermum, Staura strum Chlamydomonas y otras clorococales.
FG Y (Cryptomonas sp.) occurred in most samples and was dominant at fluvial zone, in December, and in transition zone, in September.
Our results are in the same direction as those reported by [23] who studied the effect of methyl-parathion and Prometryn on the growth of flagellates (Cryptomonas sp.) and predators of ciliates (Urotricha furcata).
Also, in 2009 we did not find several algae (e.g., Chlorogloea sp., Muriella terrestris, Cryptomonas sp.) that were present in June 2006.