• Dinoflagellate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinoflagellata Triassic or earlier–Present; Ceratium furca: Scientific classification; Domain: Eukarya (unranked): Sar: Superphylum: Alveolata: Phylum: Dinoflagellata Bütschli ...
  • Introduction to the Dinoflagellata

    www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/protista/dinoflagellata.html Introduction to the Dinoflagellata. Dinoflagellates are unicellular protists which exhibit a great diversity of form. The largest, Noctiluca, may be as large as 2 mm ...
  • Dinoflagellata - MicrobeWiki

    microbewiki.kenyon.edu/index.php/Dinoflagellata There are roughly 2,000 known species of Dinoflagellata. They are unique organisms because although they are usually treated as plants, dinoflagellates ...
    • Dinoflagellata Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia ...

      www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Dinoflagellata.aspx Get information, facts, and pictures about Dinoflagellata at Encyclopedia.com. Make research projects and school reports about Dinoflagellata easy with credible ...
    • Dinoflagellates - UCL

      www.ucl.ac.uk/GeolSci/micropal/dinoflagellate.html Dinoflagellates are protists which have been classified using both the ... Dinoflagellates are classified as Protists within the division Dinoflagellata, ...
    • Dinoflagellata - Infoplease

      www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/science/dinoflagellata.html dinoflagellata , phylum of unicellular, mostly marine algae, called dinoflagellates. In some classification systems this division is called
    • Dinoflagellate | Define Dinoflagellate at Dictionary.com

      dictionary.reference.com/browse/dinoflagellate noun 1. any of numerous chiefly marine plankton of the phylum Pyrrophyta (or, in some classification schemes, the order Dinoflagellata), usually having two flagella ...
    • Dinoflagellata - Wikispecies

      species.wikimedia.org/wiki/Dinoflagellata Dinoflagellata Butschli, 1885 stat. nov. Cavalier-Smith, 1991 (originally a class) (syn. Cilioflagellata Müller, Dinophyta auct., Dinophyceae Pascher, 1914)
    • Dinoflagellates

      www.mnh.si.edu/highlight/sem/dinoflagellates.html Dinoflagellates are an integral part of the first link in the aquatic food chain: the initial transfer of light energy to chemical energy (photosynthesis).
    • Dinoflagellates - Tree of Life Web Project

      www.tolweb.org/Dinoflagellates/2445 Introduction. Dinoflagellates are common organisms in all types of aquatic ecosystems. Roughly half of the species in the group are photosynthetic (Gaines and ...