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A Taxonomic Study of Family Dinophysiaceae Stein (Dinophysiales, Dinophyta) in Korean Coastal Waters
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  • Journal title : Ocean and Polar Research
  • Volume 26, Issue 4,  2004, pp.655-668
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology
  • DOI : 10.4217/OPR.2004.26.4.655
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A Taxonomic Study of Family Dinophysiaceae Stein (Dinophysiales, Dinophyta) in Korean Coastal Waters
Shin, Eun-Young; Park, Jong-Gyu; Yeo, Hwan-Goo;
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A taxonomic survey of the dinoflagellate family Dinophysiaceae Stein was conducted on 17 locations off the coast of Korea. A total of twelve species have been identified and described, of which eight species, Dinophysis dens Pavillart D. infundibulus Schiller, D. irregulare Lebour, D. lapidistrigiliformis Abe, D. mitra(Schutt) Abe vel Balech, D. parvula(Schutt) Jorgensen, D. rapa(Stein) Balech, Phalacroma sphaeroideum Schiller, are new records for Korea and six are potentially toxic
dinoflagellate;Dinophysis;okadaic acid;diarrhetic shellfish poisoning;Korean coastal waters;
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