One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This is a small thecate dinoflagellate, almost pear-shaped, with a conical anterior end and a round posterior.’
- ‘The results suggest that intensive regenerative nutrient cycling or external nutrient inputs are a necessary precondition for an efficient trophic transfer of the energy stored in blooms of thecate dinoflagellates.’
- ‘It is a widespread Paleozoic marine taxon that has been interpreted most recently as a tubiculous annelid or other ‘worm’ or as a thecate hydrozoan or scyphozoan cnidarian.’
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