Species

Karenia brevis

[ Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | . . .
. . . | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia ]

Karenia_brevis Courtesy of FWC
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia
Synonym:Gymnodinium breve, Karena brevis
Comment:Karenia brevis is a single-celled, plant-like marine organism. It is a dinoflagellate, and has two flagella to help propel it through the water. Large population increases, known as blooms, can occur and is known as a 'red tide' for its appearance in the water. It produces brevetoxin, which in large amounts during blooms, can kill fish and other marine organisms.
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Karenia brevis SP1

[ Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | . . .
. . . | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia ]

Karenia_brevis_SP1 Courtesy of FWC
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia
Synonym:Gymnodinium breve, Karena brevis
Comment:Karenia brevis is a single-celled, plant-like marine organism. It is a dinoflagellate, and has two flagella to help propel it through the water. Large population increases, known as blooms, can occur and is known as a 'red tide' for its appearance in the water. It produces brevetoxin, which in large amounts during blooms, can kill fish and other marine organisms.
Ncbi Go to NCBI Taxonomy (156230)
Eol Encyclopedia of life
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Projects:
Rna_part International TSA Sequencing Consortium International TSA Sequencing Consortium: Karenia brevis TSA Sequencing Consortium
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Karenia brevis SP3

[ Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | . . .
. . . | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia ]

Karenia_brevis_SP3 Courtesy of FWC
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia
Synonym:Gymnodinium breve, Karena brevis
Comment:Karenia brevis is a single-celled, plant-like marine organism. It is a dinoflagellate, and has two flagella to help propel it through the water. Large population increases, known as blooms, can occur and is known as a 'red tide' for its appearance in the water. It produces brevetoxin, which in large amounts during blooms, can kill fish and other marine organisms.
Ncbi Go to NCBI Taxonomy (156230)
Eol Encyclopedia of life
Wiki Wikipedia
Projects:
Rna_part International TSA Sequencing Consortium International TSA Sequencing Consortium: Karenia brevis TSA Sequencing Consortium
Rna_part LabArchives

Genome files Show genomes


Karenia brevis Wilson

[ Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | . . .
. . . | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia ]

Karenia_brevis_Wilson Courtesy of FWC
Taxonomy:Eukaryota | Alveolata | Dinophyceae | Gymnodiniales | Kareniaceae | Karenia
Synonym:Gymnodinium breve, Karena brevis
Comment:Karenia brevis is a single-celled, plant-like marine organism. It is a dinoflagellate, and has two flagella to help propel it through the water. Large population increases, known as blooms, can occur and is known as a 'red tide' for its appearance in the water. It produces brevetoxin, which in large amounts during blooms, can kill fish and other marine organisms.
Ncbi Go to NCBI Taxonomy (156230)
Eol Encyclopedia of life
Wiki Wikipedia
Projects:
Rna_part International TSA Sequencing Consortium International TSA Sequencing Consortium: Karenia brevis TSA Sequencing Consortium
Rna_part LabArchives

Genome files Show genomes


diArk 3.0 Content Info

Species:6020
References:170
Projects:8572
gen DNA Projects:4751
EST/cDNA Projects:850
Publications:2320
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