Edited By: CR Tomas, J Throndsen and B Heimdal
327 pages, Illus
Because most identifications are routinely made employing light microscopy, the emphasis in this book is on this means of viewing. More advanced methods, like electron microscopy, are presented where appropriate. Many species are illustrated, and a useful synthesis of the available literature is provided. A companion guide to identification of dinoflagellates and diatomes is in preparation.
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