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  1. The latest estimates suggest a total of 2,294 living dinoflagellate species, which includes marine, freshwater, and parasitic dinoflagellates. [2] A rapid accumulation of certain dinoflagellates can result in a visible coloration of the water, colloquially known as red tide (a harmful algal bloom ), which can cause shellfish poisoning if humans ...

  2. A coccolithophore (or coccolithophorid, from the adjective) is a unicellular, eukaryotic phytoplankton ().They belong either to the kingdom Protista, according to Robert Whittaker's Five kingdom classification, or clade Hacrobia, according to the newer biological classification system.

  3. Jan 01, 2016 · Some algae can produce up to 38% of starch granules (dry cell weight basis), and various marine bacteria can utilize this starch to produce ethanol, which can be performed as a two-step or one-step process, based on the harmony between the species used (Matsumoto et al., 2003).

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