Definition of Dinoflagellates

1. Noun. (plural of dinoflagellate) ¹



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Definition of Dinoflagellates

1. dinoflagellate [n] - See also: dinoflagellate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dinoflagellates

dinnles
dinnling
dino
dinocarid
dinocarids
dinocephalian
dinocephalians
dinoceras
dinoceratan
dinoceratans
dinocerate
dinocyst
dinocysts
dinoflagellate
dinoflagellate toxin
dinoflagellates (current term)
dinoflagellida
dinomania
dinomaniac
dinomaniacs
dinomastigote
dinomastigotes
dinophyte
dinophytes
dinoprost
dinoprost tromethamine
dinoprostone
dinormocytosis
dinornis
dinos

Literary usage of Dinoflagellates

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1. The Triumph of Life by Wilhelm Bölsche (1906)
"dinoflagellates OF THE PHYLUM PROTOZOA. These forms stand on the border line between plants and ani- mals. They possess chromatophores which enable them to ..."

2. Paleobiology of the Williamsburg Formation (Black Mingo Group; Paleocene) of by Albert E. Sanders (1998)
"dinoflagellates from the Black Mingo Group of South Carolina; pp. 28-48 in AE Sanders (ed.), Paleobiology of the Williamsburg Formation (Black Mingo Group; ..."

3. Proceedings by Pacific Science Association (1921)
"well be stated here, however, that this series, as a whole, seems to show about ys'/i larger numbers of dinoflagellates than were shown in either July ..."

4. Report on the Lancashire Sea-Fisheries at the University of Liverpool, and by University of Liverpool, Lancashire Sea-Fisheries Laboratory, University of Liverpool Lancashire Sea-Fisheries Laboratory (1907)
"The spring maximum in the dinoflagellates is later than that of the Diatoms, ... On the whole the annual curve for the dinoflagellates lies intermediate ..."

5. National Shellfish Sanitation Program: Sanitation of Shellfish Growing Areasby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"dinoflagellates in their vegetative stage flourish seasonally when water conditions ... Toxic blooms of dinoflagellates can occur unexpectedly or may follow ..."

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