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Effects of salinity on the growth rate and morphology of ten Skeletonema strains
Journal of Plankton Research
Skeletonema comprises a planktonic genus of centric diatoms occurring in coastal and brackish waters worldwide. The most commonly reported species, Skeletonema costatum, was believed to be ubiquitous, morphologically plastic and euryhaline. Yet, recent studies showed that this perceived taxon consists of a series of species, including a more narrowly defined Skeletonema costatum sensu stricto. Here we investigated the effect of salinity on growth rate and cell morphology. Ten strains belongingdoi:10.1093/plankt/fbq150 fatcat:rt3jgguf35dkhhmp7ihleyk4gi