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Antarctic Marine Protists species checklist

Atlas of Living Australia
Australian Antarctic Data Centre (Managed by)
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Protists are microscopic algae and protozoa, formerly thought of as single-celled plants and animals. Planktonic protists constitute the base of marine food webs and play a key role in the exchange of carbon dioxode between the atmosphere and the ocean. This list is of protists that live in the surface waters and sea-ice south of the Antarctic Polar Front.

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