Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex

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Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex. / Mertens, Kenneth Neil; Yamaguchi, Aika; Kawami, Hisae; dos Santos Ribeiro, Sofia Isabel; Leander, Brian S.; Price, Andrea Michelle; Pospelova, Vera; Ellegaard, Marianne; Matsuoka, Kazumi.

I: Marine Micropaleontology, Bind 96–97, 2012, s. 48-62.

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Mertens, KN, Yamaguchi, A, Kawami, H, dos Santos Ribeiro, SI, Leander, BS, Price, AM, Pospelova, V, Ellegaard, M & Matsuoka, K 2012, 'Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex' Marine Micropaleontology, bind 96–97, s. 48-62. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.08.002

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Mertens, K. N., Yamaguchi, A., Kawami, H., dos Santos Ribeiro, S. I., Leander, B. S., Price, A. M., ... Matsuoka, K. (2012). Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex. Marine Micropaleontology, 96–97, 48-62. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.08.002

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Mertens KN, Yamaguchi A, Kawami H, dos Santos Ribeiro SI, Leander BS, Price AM o.a. Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex. Marine Micropaleontology. 2012;96–97:48-62. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.08.002

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Mertens, Kenneth Neil ; Yamaguchi, Aika ; Kawami, Hisae ; dos Santos Ribeiro, Sofia Isabel ; Leander, Brian S. ; Price, Andrea Michelle ; Pospelova, Vera ; Ellegaard, Marianne ; Matsuoka, Kazumi. / Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex. I: Marine Micropaleontology. 2012 ; Bind 96–97. s. 48-62.

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title = "Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov.: a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum J{\"o}rgensen 1912 species complex",
abstract = "In this paper we describe a new species, Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. within the Archaeperidinium minutum J{\"o}rgensen 1912 species complex. We examined the morphological variation of the cyst and motile stage by incubation experiments from sediment samples collected in coastal British Columbia (Canada), and compared it to closely related species. The theca of A. saanichi is differentiated from related species by overall size, the asymmetry of the intercalary plates and the right-sulcal plate (S.d.) not touching the cingulum. We provide a key to differentiate all closely related species. A. saanichi can be readily distinguished from A. minutum by a distinctively large cyst with a broad 2a type archeopyle and regularly spaced processes with relatively broad bases and aculeate process tips. Molecular phylogenetic analyses of large and small subunit (LSU and SSU) rDNA sequences demonstrated a close affinity of this species to A. minutum; however, the relatively high level of sequence conservation in dinoflagellate rDNA sequences made these particular markers inadequate for distinguishing one species from the other. Sediment-trap data suggest that A. saanichi has a preference for cooler temperatures and lowered salinities.",
author = "Mertens, {Kenneth Neil} and Aika Yamaguchi and Hisae Kawami and {dos Santos Ribeiro}, {Sofia Isabel} and Leander, {Brian S.} and Price, {Andrea Michelle} and Vera Pospelova and Marianne Ellegaard and Kazumi Matsuoka",
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RIS

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T2 - a new species based on morphological variation of cyst and theca within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex

AU - Mertens, Kenneth Neil

AU - Yamaguchi, Aika

AU - Kawami, Hisae

AU - dos Santos Ribeiro, Sofia Isabel

AU - Leander, Brian S.

AU - Price, Andrea Michelle

AU - Pospelova, Vera

AU - Ellegaard, Marianne

AU - Matsuoka, Kazumi

PY - 2012

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N2 - In this paper we describe a new species, Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex. We examined the morphological variation of the cyst and motile stage by incubation experiments from sediment samples collected in coastal British Columbia (Canada), and compared it to closely related species. The theca of A. saanichi is differentiated from related species by overall size, the asymmetry of the intercalary plates and the right-sulcal plate (S.d.) not touching the cingulum. We provide a key to differentiate all closely related species. A. saanichi can be readily distinguished from A. minutum by a distinctively large cyst with a broad 2a type archeopyle and regularly spaced processes with relatively broad bases and aculeate process tips. Molecular phylogenetic analyses of large and small subunit (LSU and SSU) rDNA sequences demonstrated a close affinity of this species to A. minutum; however, the relatively high level of sequence conservation in dinoflagellate rDNA sequences made these particular markers inadequate for distinguishing one species from the other. Sediment-trap data suggest that A. saanichi has a preference for cooler temperatures and lowered salinities.

AB - In this paper we describe a new species, Archaeperidinium saanichi sp. nov. within the Archaeperidinium minutum Jörgensen 1912 species complex. We examined the morphological variation of the cyst and motile stage by incubation experiments from sediment samples collected in coastal British Columbia (Canada), and compared it to closely related species. The theca of A. saanichi is differentiated from related species by overall size, the asymmetry of the intercalary plates and the right-sulcal plate (S.d.) not touching the cingulum. We provide a key to differentiate all closely related species. A. saanichi can be readily distinguished from A. minutum by a distinctively large cyst with a broad 2a type archeopyle and regularly spaced processes with relatively broad bases and aculeate process tips. Molecular phylogenetic analyses of large and small subunit (LSU and SSU) rDNA sequences demonstrated a close affinity of this species to A. minutum; however, the relatively high level of sequence conservation in dinoflagellate rDNA sequences made these particular markers inadequate for distinguishing one species from the other. Sediment-trap data suggest that A. saanichi has a preference for cooler temperatures and lowered salinities.

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DO - 10.1016/j.marmicro.2012.08.002

M3 - Journal article

VL - 96–97

SP - 48

EP - 62

JO - Marine Micropaleontology

JF - Marine Micropaleontology

SN - 0377-8398

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