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Observations on a chrysophyte hikarimo in a pond in hyogo prefecture japan



Observations on a chrysophyte hikarimo in a pond in hyogo prefecture japan



Japanese Journal of Phycology 39(1): 37-42



An alga "Hikarimo" in Japan usually referred to as Chromulina rosanoffi was collected from a pond in Miki City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. It was cultured and examined with light and electron microscopes. Judging from a reduced flagellum observed on a motile cell, this alga was identified as Ochromonas vischeri not as Chromulina rosanoffi. Statospores (chrysophycean cysts) were found among the clumped cells at floating stage. Large cysts with the same structure as the statospore were found among the palmelloid cells.

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