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Title: Mote Marine Laboratory 1989-1990 Red Tide Program. First quartery report for the period Octtober 1, 1989-December 31, 1989.
Authors: Pierce, Richard H.
de Borja, Karen
Keywords: algae
membrane
brevetoxin
cultures
breve
cell
red tide
bloom
colonies
toxin
Siesta Beach
New Pass
Harengula
Issue Date: 5-Jan-1990
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL.
Series/Report no.: Mote Technical Report;No. 170a
Abstract: Red tides are natural phenomena along the Florida Gulf coast caused by periodic blooms of a single-celled plant, Ptychodiscus brevis (Gymnodinium breve). This algae produces potent neurotoxins that are released to the water when the cell membrane is ruptured. Red tides produce massive fish kills, contaminate shellfish and cause respiratory irritation when aerosolized toxins are blown ashore.
Description: pdf. 35 p., Table of contents, list of tables and studies.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/3361
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