A new member of the Chrysophyceae, bearing polymorphic scales
Lucas, I.A.N. (1968) A new member of the Chrysophyceae, bearing polymorphic scales. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 48 (2). pp. 437-441.
Full text available as:
Paraphysomonas cribosa n.sp. possesses two unequal flagella, one short and smooth, the other long, bearing numerous fine hairs. The cell surface is covered with scales which are resolvable using the electron microscope. These are polymorphic, built of rods and generally having an oval periphery. Struts from this support an inner oval ring, and further struts support a central perforated area.
NMBL Staff Only: edit this record