Pseudo-nitzschia sinica

Pseudo-nitzschia sinica Qi, Ju & Lei

Biological Flags

  • habitat: Marine
  • Status: Extant


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Bates, S. S., Garrison D. L., & Horner R. A. (1998).  Bloom dynamics and physiology of domoic-acid-producing Pseudo-nitzschia species. (AndersonD M., CembellaA D., HallegraefG M., Ed.).Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms. G 41, 267-292. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Buck, K. R., Marin R., & Chavez F. P. (2005).  Heterotrophic dinoflagellate fecal pellet production: grazing of large, chain-forming diatoms during upwelling events in Monterey Bay, California. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 40, 293-298. Abstract
Dickman, M. D., Qi Y., & Zheng L. (1997).  Toxic Diatoms Belonging to the Genus Pseudo-nitzschia from the Coast of Southern China. Abstract
Hasle, G. R. (2002).  Are most of the domoic acid-producing species of the diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia cosmopolites?. Harmful Algae. 1, 137-146. Abstract
Olson, M. B., Lessard E. J., Wong C. H. J., & Bernhardt M. J. (2006).  Copepod feeding selectivity on microplankton, including the toxigenic diatoms. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 326, 207-220. Abstract
Pan, Y., Bates S. S., & Cembella A. D. (1998).  Environmental stress and domoic acid production by Pseudo-nitzschia: a physiological perspective. Natural Toxins. 6, 127-135.
Priisholm, K., Moestrup Ø., & Lundholm N. (2002).  Taxonomic notes on the marine diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia in the Andaman Sea near the island of Phuket, Thailand, with a description of Pseudo-nitzschia micropora sp. nov.. Diatom Research. 17, 153-175. Abstract