2017
DOI: 10.1590/1519-6984.05016
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Abstract: Short-period variability in plankton communities is poorly documented, especially for variations occurring in specific groups in the assemblage because traditional analysis is laborious and time-consuming. Moreover, it does not allow the high sampling frequency required for decision making. To overcome this limitation, we tested the submersible CytoSub flow cytometer. This device was anchored at a distance of approximately 10 metres from the low tide line at a depth of 1.5 metres for 12 hours to monitor the pl… Show more

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“…a) and other aloricate ciliates (e.g., Strombidium spp. ), other studies have suggested that ingestion and retention of cryptophyte chloroplasts is a common feature in many ciliates and certain dinoflagellate taxa (Sjoqvist and Lindholm ; Schoener and McManus ; Pereira et al ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
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“…a) and other aloricate ciliates (e.g., Strombidium spp. ), other studies have suggested that ingestion and retention of cryptophyte chloroplasts is a common feature in many ciliates and certain dinoflagellate taxa (Sjoqvist and Lindholm ; Schoener and McManus ; Pereira et al ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…1a) and other aloricate ciliates (e.g., Strombidium spp. ), other studies have suggested that ingestion and retention of cryptophyte chloroplasts is a common feature in many ciliates and certain dinoflagellate taxa (Sjoqvist and Lindholm 2011;Schoener and McManus 2012;Pereira et al 2017). In this study, picoeukaryotes were the most abundant phytoplankton group found in Atlantic waters, although they were also present in the other water masses.…”
Section: Patterns Of Plankton Community Structurementioning
confidence: 96%