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Ecological study of Dinoflagellates Responsible for Red Tide 2. the Population growth of Prorocentrum minimum (Pav.) Schiller
Algae. 1986;1(1):103-106.

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Acute toxicity of formalin to the red-tide dinoflagellate Prorocentrum minimum schiller (protozoa, mastigophora)
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WAVELENGTH DEPENDENCY OF THE MAXIMUM QUANTUM YIELD OF CARBON FIXATION FOR TWO RED TIDE DINOFLAGELLATES, HETEROCAPSA PYGMAEA AND PROROCENTRUM MINIMUM (PYRROPHYTA): IMPLICATIONS FOR MEASURING PHOTOSYNTHETIC RATES1
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Prorocentrum minimum (Pavillard) Schiller
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Red tide due to dinoflagellates in the harbour of Pula
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Population dynamics of red tide dinoflagellates
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Microbial Communities in Water during Red Tides along the Coast of China-A Case Study of Prorocentrum Donghaiense Red Tide in the East China Sea
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Isolation of membrane bound light-harvesting-complexes from the dinoflagellates Heterocapsa pygmaea and Prorocentrum minimum
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The detection of paralytic shellfish toxins in red-tide gonyaulacoid dinoflagellates by an enzyme-linked immunoassay
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