Dinoflagellata

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Description and Significance

There are roughly 2,000 known species of Dinoflagellata. They are unique organisms because although they are usually treated as plants, dinoflagellates assume some animal characteristics, such as preying on smaller organisms for food.

Genome Structure

There is not yet an extensive body of research on most dinoflagellate species.

Cell Structure and Metabolism

Life cycle