Entwicklung des Ektoparasiten Dissodinium pseudocalani (Dinophyceae)

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Entwicklung des Ektoparasiten Dissodinium pseudocalani (Dinophyceae)
Alternative Title
Development of the Ectoparasite Dissodinium pseudocalani (Dinophyceae)
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C 1069
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1971
Language
German
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IWF (Göttingen)
Production Year
1970

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Film, 16 mm, LT, 115 m ; SW, 10 1/2 min

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Abstract
Dinoflagellat. Ektoparasitische Ernährung an den Eiern des Kopepoden Pseudocalanus elongatus (holozoisches Aussaugen über ein Saughaftorgan). Vegetative Vermehrung (Sporogenes): Entwicklung der Primärzyste, Aufteilung des Protoplasten in 4, 8, 16 oder 32 Zellen, Differenzierung zu Sekundärzysten, Entstehung von 16 oder 32 Dinosporen des Gymnodiniumtyps, Freiwerden und Ausschwärmen der Dinosporen.
Dinoflagellate. Ectoparasitic feeding on the eggs of the copepod Pseudocalanus elongatus (sucking out the eggs holozoically by a sucker organ). Vegetative reproduction (sporogenesis): formation of primary cyst, giving rise to 4, 8, 16 and 32 cells, differentiation of secondary cysts, giving rise to 16 or 32 dinospores of Gymnodinium type, release and swarming of dinospores.
Keywords Dinoflagellat Pseudocalanus elongatus Dissodinium pseudocalani Zellbiologie Sporen / Pyrrhophyceae Parasiten / Pyrrhophyceae Golgi-Apparat Fortpflanzung, ungeschlechtliche / Pyrrhophyceae reproduction, asexual / Pyrrhophyceae Golgi apparatus parasites / Pyrrhophyceae spores / Pyrrhophyceae cell biology Dissodinium pseudocalani Pseudocalanus elongatus dinoflagellate

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