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Neurotoxin production by a chloromonad Fibrocapsa japonica Raphidophyceae. Isolation and characterization of light-dependent hemolytic cytotoxin from harmful red tide phytoplankton Chattonella marina.

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Marine Drugs 8 1: Is Pseudo-nitzschia pseudodelicatissima toxin the principal cause of sardines, dolphins, sea lions and pelicans mortality in in Mexico.

Revista Red Sanitaria Journal of Plankton Research 14 8: Dead bleached coral provides new surface for dinoflagellates implicated in ciguatera fish poisonings. Al respecto, Beaulieu et al. Marine Pollution Bulletin 50 7: The problems of toxic red dinoflagellate blooms in aquaculture.

Properties of hemaglutinins newly separated from toxic phytoplankton.


Development ad field application of the rRNA-targeted probes for the detection of Coclhlodinium polykrikoides Margalef in Korean coastal waters using whole cell hibridization formtas. The aggregation of clay minerals and marine microalgal cell: Scientia Marina 71 4: An exhaustive bibliographic revision, from towas done consulting specialized data analyses, conference meetings, and specialized books and manuals.

Intoxication collective ciguaterique apres ingestion d’ un barracuda au Mexique: Karenia species in Mexican Pacific. Florecimifntos and Marine Biology: Red tides problems for aquaculture in Japan. Pacific Science 60 2: First record of Fibrocapsa cf.

Florecimiento de Ceratium divaricatum frente a la costa Noroeste de Ensenada, Baja California, durante la primavera de Purification and characterization of ciguatoxins from moray eel Lycodontis javanicus, Murenidae. Chihara Band-Schmidt et al.

Effect of the toxic dinoflagellate, Gymnodinium catenatum on the hydrolytic and antioxidant enzymes, in tissues of the giant lion-paw scallop Nodipecten subnodosus. Observation of a known neurotoxic diatoms.

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Octubre, Parral, Chihuahua, pp. Transoceanic and interoceanic dispersal of coastal marine organisms: Paralytic shellfish toxins in tropical oceans. Oxygen fllorecimientos are probably involved in the mortality of yellowtail by Chattonella marina.

Mortandades de peces asociadas a florecimientos de Gymnodinium breve. Chemical and physical treatment options to kill toxic dinoflagellate cysts in ships’ ballast water. Sea bird mortality at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: Evaluation of the health status of coastal ecosystem in southeast Mexico: The role of chromatography in the hunt for red tides toxins. Unusual mortality of krill Crustacea: Transport of diatom and dinoflagellate resting spores in ship’s ballast water: What is a bloom?


Fue descrita por primera vez en el Golfo de California Graham, Possible physiological mechanisms for production of hydrogen peroxide by the ichthyotoxic flagellate Heterosigma akashiwo.

Complex profiles of hydrophobic paralytic shellfish poisoning compounds in Gymnodinium catenatum identified by liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection and mass spectrometry. Blooms of Pyrodinium bahamense var. Removal of Prymnesium parvum Haptophyceae and its toxins using clay minerals. Microalgas y biotoxinas marinas en las costas mexicanas. Characterization of a new type of maitotoxin.

Mortandad de peces e intoxicaciones humanas en la Costa de Chiapas en el Presencia de Cochlodinium catenatum Gymnodinales: