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The biology and ecology of tintinnid ciliates: models for marine plankton. John Wiley: Chichester. ISBN Probing diversity in the plankton: using patterns in tintinnids planktonic marine ciliates to identify mechanisms, in : Queiroga, H. Marine biodiversity: patterns and processes, assessment, threats, management and conservation: Proceedings of the 38th European Marine Biology Symposium, held in Aveiro, Portugal, September Developments in Hydrobiology, pp.
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Celebrating European marine science: building the European research area: communicating marine science, 10th - 13th May , Galway, Ireland: abstract book. Ciliate microzooplankton, an example of congruence of local and regional diversity, in : Heip, C. The biodiversity, evolution, and biogeography of ciliates are her main research topics. Wayne Coats is a recently retired protistologist. His research encompasses ecology, morphology, life history, and taxonomy of dinoflagellates and ciliates.
Parasitism and mixotrophy are featured themes of his work.
Diane Stoecker is a biological oceanographer. Her laboratory and field projects focus on microzooplankton and their grazing on phytoplankton and role as prey for copepods and other mesozooplankton. Plastid retention and mixotrophy in ciliates and dinoflagellates and their effects on population dynamics and trophic transfer are other favorite research topics. John R.
Dolan , David J. Montagnes , Sabine Agatha , D. Wayne Coats , Diane K. Planktonic protists both produce and consume most of the primary production in the world ocean.