Coscinodiscus granii L.F.Gough 1905
Coscinodiscus granii L.F.Gough
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Coscinodiscus granii L.F.Gough 1905: 338, fig. 3b (as 'grani' )
Published in: Gough, L.F. (1905). Report on the plankton of the English Channel in 1903. In: Great Britian North Sea Fisheries investigation Committee. Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom - International Fishery Investigations. First Report on Fishery and Hydrographical Investigations in the North Sea and Adjacent Waters, 1902-1903. No. 2, Southern Area.. (Anon. Eds), pp. 325-377.
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Schmid, A.M. (1994). Slit-scales in the auxospore scale case of coscinodiscus granii: the rudiments of rimoportulae?. Diatom Research 9(2): 371-375.
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Trampe, E., Hansen, P.J. & Kühl, M. (2015). A comparison of photosynthesis measurements by O2evolution, 14C assimilation, and variable chlorophyll fluorescence during light acclimatization of the diatom Coscinodiscus granii. Algae. An International Journal of Algal Research 30(2): 103-119.
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