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Citations starting with "i"

Hand-selected and searchable references

Idei, M. and Kobayasi, H. (1989). The fine structure of Diploneis finnica with special reference to the marginal openings. Diatom Research 4(1): 25-37. 10.1080/0269249X.1989.9705049   
Diploneis |

Iltis, A. (1972). Algues des eaux natroiiées du Kanem (Tchad). Cahiers ORSTOM, Sér. Hydrobiol. VI (3-4): 173-246.   
Rhopalodia gibberula |

Interlandi, S., Kilham, S. and Theriot, E. (1999). Responses of phytoplankton to varied resource availability in large lakes of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography 44(3): 668-682. http://dx.doi.org/10.4319/lo.1999.44.3.0668   
Lindavia affinis |

Iserentant, R. and Ector, L. (1996). Gomphonema rhombicum M. Schmidt (Bacillariophyta): typification et description en microscopie optique. Bull. Ft. Peche Piscic 341/342: 115-124.   
Gomphonema |   
Gomphonema amerhombicum |

Ivanov, P. and Ector, L. (2006). Achnanthidium temniskovae sp. nov., a new diatom from the Mesta River, Bulgaria. In Ognjanova-Rumenova, N. and Manoylov, K. (eds.) Advances in Phycological Studies, Pensoft, Sofia and Moscow.   
Achnanthidium |

Ivanov, P., Kirilova, E., and Ector, L. (2006). Diatom species composition from the River Iskar in the Sofia region, Bulgaria. In Advances in phycological studies Festschrift in honour of Prof. Dobrina Temniskova-Topalova, 167-190.   
Encyonema reichardtii |