Dinoflagellate

Dinoflagellates are considered to be protists, with their own division, Dinoflagellata. About 1,555 species of free-living marine dinoflagellates are currently described. Another estimate suggests ca. 2,000 living species, of which more than 1,700 are marine (free-living as well as benthic) and about 220 are from freshwater. The latest estimates s...
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dinoflagellate

(di″no-flaj´ә-lāt) of or pertaining to the order Dinoflagellida. any individual of the order Dinoflagellida.
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dinoflagellate

(Gk: deinos terrible; flagellum whip) a protozoan with whipping hair(s) which enable it to swim. Part of the ocean plankton community.
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dinoflagellate

noun chiefly marine protozoa having two flagella; a chief constituent of plankton
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dinoflagellate

Any member of a class of unicellular algae characterized by having two whip-like flagella. About half the species of dinoflagellates are photosynthetic; the other half are predators that attack bacteria, algae, and even fish. Ninety percent of dinoflagellate species dwell in the ocean. Some species...
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dinoflagellate

any of numerous one-celled, aquatic organisms bearing two dissimilar flagellae and having characteristics of both plants and animals. Most are ... [10 related articles]
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Dinoflagellate

Dominant planktonic algal form, occurring as a single cell, often biflagellate
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Dinoflagellate

Dominant planktonic algal form, occurring as a single cell, often biflagellate
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dinoflagellate

Photosynthetic organisms of the order Dinoflagellida (for botanists Dinophyceae). They are aquatic and have 2 flagella lying in grooves in an often elaborately sculptured shell or pellicle that is formed from plates of cellulose deposited in membrane vesicles. The pellicle gives some dinoflagellates very bizarre shapes. Their chromosomes lack centr...
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Dinoflagellate

Small organisms with both plant-like and animal-like characteristics, usually classified as algae (plants). They take their name from their twirling motion and their whip-like flagella.
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dinoflagellate

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī′nō-flaj′ĕ-lāt Definitions: 1. A plantlike flagellate of the subclass Phytomastigophorea, some species of which (Karenia brevis) produce a potent neurotoxin that may cause severe food intoxication following ingestion of parasitized shellfish.
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dinoflagellate

[n] - chiefly marine protozoa having two flagella
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