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By Hans Du Buf, Micha M Bayer

First ebook to house computerized diatom id. presents the mandatory historical past details bearing on diatom examine, valuable for either diatomists and non-diatomists.

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13, pp. 1-688. M. E. (1975) Diatoms of the United States, exclusive of Alaska and Hawaii. Volume 2, Part 1. Entomoneidaceae, Cymbellaceae, Gomphonemaceae, Epithemiaceae. Monographs of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Vol. 13, pp. 1-213. M. S. (1999) Water flow, sediment dynamics, and benthic biology. B. Nedwell and D. Raffaelli (eds). Advances in Ecological Research 29, Academic Press, London, pp. 155-193. M. E. (2001) Microphytobenthos in contrasting coastal ecosystems: biology and dynamics.

Scale bar 4 /itm. b: Internal openings of fultoportulae, each with a central circular pore and a complex tripartite system of satellite pores and buttresses. Between the fultoportulae are the slightly raised, sieve-like openings of the areolae. Scale bar 1 fim. c: A simple sessile rimoportula in the araphid pennate Diatoma. Note also that some of the transverse ribs are thickened. Scale bar 2 fim. d: Elaborate stalked rimoportulae in Actinocyclus. The depression is a special structure, the pseudonodulus (one per valve) and the openings of the areolae are covered by domed porous membranes, c and d are internal views.

Although this range is almost wholly within the resolution limits of the light microscope, in practice stria densities above 35 per 10 /mi are difficult to resolve and measure. The spacing of the areolae along the striae and the spatial relationship between the areolae of adjacent striae are rarely recorded in species descriptions (principally because, before the advent of computer-aided image analysis, they were so difficult to quantify—differences were recorded mostly via the drawn or photographic image), but they are undoubtedly important for species differentiation.

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