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Erkenia subaequiciliata
Abstract/OtherAbstract :
This is probably the most abundant very small (3-5 um diameter) single-celled species in the lake, at times reaching 3000-5000 cells/ml. Erkenia can occur in the water at all times of the year although it tends to be more abundant in winter. In addition to the small cell size and shape of the chloroplasts, two flagella are characteristic of this species. Unfortunately the flagella are not seen in the specimens presented in this photograph.
Authors :
aalster and tzohary
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Contributors :
Alla, Alster
Publication Detail :
Publisher :  Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research     Type :  InteractiveResource, Image, PHOTO     Format :  text/html    
Date Detail :
2007-10-29
Subject :
Erkenia subaequiciliata, Chlorococcales
Coverage :
Israel: Lake Kinneret: Shore by Kinneret Limnological Laboratory
Relation :
Observation of Golenkinia radiata: http://planktonnet.awi.de/index.php?contenttype=observation_details&observationid=2662
Source :
Thumbnail:http://planktonnet.awi.de/repository/rawdata-PlanktonNet2/thumbnails/aalster_and_tzohary_ercenia_subaequiciliata01_lkw_20071029031817_micro.jpg
Copyright Information :
A Alster & T Zohary, Kinneret Limnological Laboratory, IOLR
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