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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Independent Scientist & Owner, Private Laboratory, & Consulting Microscopist and Microimaging Specialist, London W12
Institution
The Natural History Museum ( NHM)
Cromwell Road London SW7 5BD
Address
The Natural History Museum Cromwell Road
London
SW7 5BD
United Kingdom
Tel +44 7799088743
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Website http://www.cryptomonads.info, http://www.cryptomonads.org
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Dottore in Scienze Biologiche Cum Laude, PhD, CBiol, MSB, FLS
Job type Research , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Pollution , Research Support Services , Limnology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Pollution , Research Support Services , Limnology
Research Activities Independently-funded research on the diversity and ecology of cryptomonads and other protists; Provision of professional and consultancy services in the field of microscopy, microimaging and environmental surveys
Working languages English, French, Italian
Skills/Expertise Microscopy, electron microscopy, imaging, microimaging, taxonomy, identification, phytoplankton, nanoplankton, cultivation, growth, environmental surveys
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Gianfranco NOVARINO)

Publication categories: A – Authored or edited peer-reviewed professional books and monographs B – Other books (e.g. popular) C - Refereed articles in journals and edited volumes D – Non-published reports, including consultancies E – Other works, including conferences and conference abstracts, magazine articles, book reviews, bibliographic work, encyclopaedia entries F – Non-refereed articles in journals and edited volumes G – Electronic publications 107. (E) Novarino G., 2010. Cryptomonad taxonomy in the 21st century: The first 200 years. In: Taxonomy the queen of science - The beauty of algae (K. Wolowski, J. Kwadrans & A.Z. Wojtal, eds), pp. 28-29. 29th Annual Meeting of the Polish Phycological Society, Krakow, Poland, 19-23 May 2010. Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences. ISBN 978-83-89648-83-9. Read abstract here 106. (C) Novarino G., 2010. Cryptomonads (Cryptophyta). In: Freshwater Algal Flora of the British Isles, 2nd Edition (D. M. John & B. A. Whitton, eds). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (in press). 105. (C) Martin-Cereceda M., Roberts E.C., Wootton E.C., Dyal P., Guinea A., Rogers D., Wright C.J. & Novarino G., 2010. Morphology, ultrastructure, and small subunit rDNA phylogeny of the marine heterotrophic flagellate Goniomonas aff. amphinema. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 57: 159-170. Read abstract here 104. (E) Atlas of Euglenophytes. By K. Wolowski & F. Hindak. Reviewed in Cryptogamie-Algologie, 30 (3): 275-276 (2010). 103. (E) New Survey of Clare Island, Volume 6: The Freshwater and Terrestrial Algae. By M.D. Guiry, D.M. John, F. Rindi & T.K. McCarthy (eds). Reviewed in Cryptogamie-Algologie, 29 (4): 361-364 (2008). 102. (C) Martin-Cereceda M., Williams R. & Novarino G., 2008. Easy visualization of the protist Oxyrrhis marina grazing on a live fluorescently-labelled heterotrophic nanoflagellate. Current Microbiology, 57: 45-50. Download PDF here 101. (C) Martin-Cereceda M., Williams R., Guinea A. & Novarino G., 2007. An investigation of the fine structure, cell surface carbohydrates, and appeal of the diatom Extubocellulus sp. as prey for small flagellates. Protoplasma, 232: 69-78. Read abstract here 100. (C) Jago C. F., Kennaway G. M., Novarino G. & Jones S. E., 2007. Size and settling velocity of suspended flocs during a Phaeocystis bloom in the tidally stirred Irish Sea, NW European shelf. Marine Ecology - Progress Series, 345: 51-62. Download PDF here 99. (C) Martìn-Cereceda M., Guinea A., Bonaccorso E., Dyal P., Novarino G. & Foissner W., 2007. Classification of the peritrich ciliate Opisthonecta matiensis (Martiìn-Cereceda et al. 1999) as Telotrochidium matiense nov. comb., based on new observations and SSU rDNA phylogeny. European Journal of Protistology, 43: 265-279. Read abstract here 98. (C) Roberts E.C., Zubkov M.V., Martin-Cereceda M., Novarino G. & Wootton E.C., 2006. Cell surface lectin-binding glycoconjugates on marine planktonic protists. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 265: 202-207. Read abstract here 97. (C) Boenigk J., Pfandl K., Garstecki T., Harms H., Novarino G. & Chatzinotas A., 2006. Evidence for geographic isolation and signs of endemism within a protist morphospecies. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 72: 5159-5164. Read abstract here 96. (E) Guinea Diaz A., Martin-Cereceda M. Perez-Uz B. & Novarino G., 2006. Morphological characterisation, exopolymers and prey appeal of an uncommon marine nano-diatom. In: 2nd FEMS Congress of European Microbiologists, Madrid, 4-8 July 2006. 95. (E) Martin-Cereceda M., Smith V.H., Guinea A. & Novarino G., 2006. Fluorescenly labelled heterotrophic flagellates and their applicability to grazing experiments. In: 2006 BSSP Spring Meeting, University of Coventry,30 March-1st April 2006. 94. (E) Boenigk J., Chatzinotas A., Garstecki T., Novarino G. & Pfandl K. , 2006.Survival strategies of chrysomonad flagellates: biogeography. In: Protist Diversity: Past, Present and Future - 25 Wissenschaftliche Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, 8-11 March 2006 Liebenwalde bei Berlin, p. 24. 93. (C) Novarino G., 2005. Nanoplankton protists from the western Mediterranean Sea. II. Cryptomonads (Cryptophyceae = Cryptomonadea). Scientia Marina, 69: 47-74. Download PDF here 92. (C) Curds C. R., Novarino G., Warren A. & Roberts D. McL., 2005. Comment on the neotypification of protists, especially ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 62: 26-28. Read it here 91. (E) Boenigk J., Chatzinotas A., Novarino G., Pfandl K. & Garstecki T., 2005. Application of morphological and molecular defined groups of organisms (species) in protist ecology. In: 24 Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Protozoologie, 2-5 March 2005, Burg Lichtenberg, Pfalz. 90. (C) Knapp S., Lamas G., Lughadha E. N. & Novarino G., 2004. Stability or stasis in the names of organisms: the evolving Codes of nomenclature. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society of London, Series B – Biological Sciences, 359: 611-622. Download PDF here 89. (C) Boenigk J. & Novarino G. 2004. Effects of suspended clay on feeding and growth of bacterivorous flagellates and ciliates. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 34: 181-192. Download PDF here 88. (C) Martin-Cereceda M., Novarino G. & Young J. R. 2003. Quantitative evaluation of grazing by the mixotrophic flagellate Prymnesium parvum on small marine diatoms. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 33: 191-199. Download PDF here 87. (C) Novarino G., 2003. A companion to the identification of cryptomonad flagellates (Cryptophyceae = Cryptomonadea). Hydrobiologia, 502 (Developments in Hydrobiology, 172): 225-269. Read abstract here 86. (C) Menezes M. & Novarino G., 2003. How diverse are planktonic cryptomonads in Brazil? Advantages and difficulties of a taxonomic-biogeographical approach. Hydrobiologia, 502 (Developments in Hydrobiology, 172): 297-306. Read abstract here 85. (C) Tardio M., Tolotti M., Novarino G. & Cantonati M., 2003. Ecological and taxonomic observations on the flagellate algae characterising four years of enclosure experiments in Lake Tovel (Southern Alps). Hydrobiologia, 502 (Developments in Hydrobiology, 172): 331-348. Read abstract here 84. (E) Martin-Cereceda M. & Novarino G., 2003. Morphology and ultrastructure of Goniomonas amphinema Larsen & Patterson (Cryptomonadea). In: 2003 BSSP Spring Meeting, University of Bristol,14-16th April 2003. 83. (C) Novarino G., 2002. Cryptomonads (Cryptophyta). In: Freshwater Algal Flora of the British Isles (D. M. John, A. J. Brook & B. A. Whitton, eds). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 180-185. Read about it here 82. (C) Novarino G., Oliva E. & Pérez-Uz B., 2002. Nanoplankton protists from the western Mediterranean Sea. I. Occurrence, ultrastructure, taxonomy and ecological rôle of the mixotrophic flagellate Ollicola vangoorii (Chrysomonadidae = Chrysophyceae p.p.). Scientia Marina, 66: 233-247. Download PDF here 81. (C) Novarino G. & Gilbert M. G., 2002. Proposal to conserve the name Cryptochloris J. Schiller (Cryptophyceae) against Cryptochloris Bentham (Poaceae). Taxon, 51: 181-182. Download PDF here 80. (C) Harvey R. W., Mayberry N., Kinner N. E., Metge D .W. & Novarino G., 2002. Effect of growth conditions and staining procedure upon the subsurface transport and attachment behaviors of a groundwater protist. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 68: 1872-1881. Download PDF here 79. (G) Novarino G., 2002. Diversity of groundwater protists in relation to their ecological role. In: European Science Foundation LESC Exploratory Workshop on Applied and Environmental Protistology, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale, Lausanne, Switzerland, 10-12 October 2002. (Invited oral communication). Download PDF here 78. (E) Novarino G., 2002. A practical guide to the identification of cryptomonad flagellates (Cryptomonadea = Cryptophyceae). In: 13th Workshop of the International Association for Phytoplankton Taxonomy and Ecology, Castelbuono, Italy, 1-8 September 2002, pp. 40-41 (Invited oral communication). 77. (E) Harmful Marine Dinoflagellates. By M. A. Faust and R. A. Gulledge. CD-ROM. Reviewed in Microbiology Today, 29: 214 (2002). Read it here 76. (E) Martin-Cereceda M. & Novarino G., 2002. The ecological significance of diatom grazing by Prymnesium parvum. In: 2002 BSSP Spring Meeting, University of Bristol4-6 April 2002. 75. (E) Novarino G. & Heaton K., 2001. The influence of protozoan colonisation on the microbial community and structure of biofilms. In: SIL 2001 XXVIII Congress, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 4-10 February 2001 74. (C) Novarino G. & Couté A., 2000. Typification and ultrastructural characterization of flagellate taxa from museum collections. I. Some Trachelomonas (Euglenophyta = Euglenozoa p.p.) from the Deflandre collections in Paris. Nova Hedwigia, 70: 505-522. Read abstract here 73. (C) Decamp O., Nishitani G., Novarino G. & Rajendran N., 2000. Bacterivory of the microflagellate Dinematomonas (Dinema) sp. (Euglenophyta = Euglenozoa p.p.) isolated from a eutrophic site of the Seto Inland Sea of Japan. Cryptogamie-Algologie, 21: 273-282. Read abstract here 72. (C) Roberts E. C., Laybourn-Parry J., McKnight D. M. & Novarino G., 2000. Stratification and dynamics of microbial loop communities in Lake Fryxell, Antarctica. Freshwater Biology, 44: 649-661. Download PDF here 71. (C) Novarino G., 2000. Marine protists from northern Atlantic (mostly British) coastal waters. I. Ochrosphaera neapolitana Schussnig. Quekett Journal of Microscopy, 38: 427-434. 70. (E) Heaton K., Parry J. & Novarino G., 2000. Digital analysis of protozoan colonisation of biofilms. In: 147th Ordinary Meeting of the Society for General Microbiology, University of Exeter, 12-15 September 2000, p. 18. 69. (E) Heaton K., Parry J. & Novarino G., 2000. Digital analysis of protozoan colonisation of biofilms. In: 2000 BSSP Spring Meeting, University of Birmingham, 17-19 April 2000. 68. (E) Jago C.F., Kennaway G.M., Novarino G. & Jones S.E., 2000. Biological mediation of aggregate size and properties of suspended particulate matters during a plankton bloom. In: UK Marine Science 2000, Univeristy of East Anglia, Norwich, September 2000, p. 47. 67. (E) Gomez-Losada A., Cox E.J., Novarino G. & Young J., 2000. Structure and morphological variation in the small marine diatom Minidiscus Hasle. In: 16th International Diatom Symposium, Athens, Greece, August 2000, p. 39. 66. (E) Novarino G., 2000. Out of eye, out of mind: What are microbes doing in the water? In: British Association Festival of Science, South Kensington, London, September 2000 (Public lecture). 65. (E) Novarino G., Warren A. & Kinner N. E., 1999. Diversity of groundwater protists in relation to environmental pollution. In: 4th International Symposium on Subsurface Microbiology (ISSM-99), August 22-27, Marriott's Mountain Resort, Vail, Colorado, USA, Book of Abstracts p. 72 64. (E) Novarino G., Warren A. & Kinner, N. E., 1999. In situ biodegradation in organically-contaminated aquifers: How important are protists? In: Society for General Microbiology 144th Meeting – University of Leeds, 7-10 September 1999, p. 19. 63. (E) Kinner N. E., Harvey R. W., Hines L. E., Metge D. & Novarino G. 1999. Response of bacteria and protists in a pristine aquifer to an organic perturbation. In: 4th International Symposium on Subsurface Microbiology (ISSM-99), August 22-27, Marriott's Mountain Resort, Vail, Colorado, USA, Book of Abstracts p. 72 62. (E) Roberts D. & Novarino G., 1999. It's all a question of image. Microbiology Today, 26: 51-53. Download PDF here 61. (C) Kinner N.E., Harvey R.W., Blakeslee K., Novarino G. & Meeker L.D., 1998. Size-selective predation of groundwater bacteria by nanoflagellates in an organically-contaminated aquifer. Applied and Environmental Microbiology,64: 618-625. Download PDF here 60. (E) Novarino G., Warren A. & Kinner, N. E., 1998. In situ biodegradation in organically-contaminated aquifers: How important are protists? In: Water quality and its management (C.V. J. Varma, A.R.G. Rao & S. P. Kaushish, eds), p. 561. Balkema, Rotterdam. ISBN 90-5410-777-4. 59. (E) Novarino G., 1998. General aspects of microalgal cultivation. In: CODENET First Annual Workshop, Supported by EC Programme ERB 4061-PI-97-0764, Château de Blagnac, Cabara, France, 17-22 September 1998, pp. 42-45 (Invited oral communication). 58. (E) Novarino G., 1998. Systematic studies on the swimming behaviour of flagellate Protista using novel digital film technology. 110th Anniversary of the First Conversazione, The Linnean Society of London, Burlington House, London, 17 June 1998 (Invited oral communication). 57. (E) Novarino G. & Warren A., 1998. The ecological significance of groundwater flagellate populations. The Flagellates Symposium, University of Birmingham, 7-11 September 1998. 56. (E) Novarino G., Warren A.& Kinner, N.E, 1998. In situ biodegradation in organically-contaminated aquifers: How important are flagellates? The Flagellates Symposium, University of Birmingham, 7-11 September 1998. 55. (E) Novarino G., 1998. Systematic studies on the swimming behaviour of flagellate Protista using novel digital film technology. The Flagellates Symposium, University of Birmingham, 7-11 September 1998. 54. (E) Novarino G & Oliva E., 1998. Typification and ultrastructural characterization of long-described flagellate taxa based on original type material. The Flagellates Symposium, University of Birmingham, 7-11 September 1998. 53. (E)The invisible world. Early modern philosophy and the invention of the microscope. By C. Wilson. Reviewed in Society for General Microbiology Quarterly, 25: 122 (1998). Read it here 52. (C) Novarino G., Mills D. K. & Hannah F., 1997. Pelagic flagellate populations in the southern North Sea, 1988-89. I. Qualitative observations. Journal of Plankton Research, 19: 1081-1109. Download PDF here 51. (C) Novarino G., Warren A., Butler H., Lambourne G., Boxshall A., Bateman J., Kinner N. E., Harvey R. W., Mosse R. A. & Teltsch B., 1997. Protistan communities in aquifers: a review. FEMS Microbiology Reviews, 20: 261-275. Download PDF here 50. (E) Soil biology and biochemistry. Second Edition. By E.A. Paul and F.E Clark. Reviewed in Society for General Microbiology Quarterly, 24: 108 (1997). Read it here 49. (E) Novarino G., 1997. Some do it all: insights into the ecological function of groundwater flagellates. London Freshwater Group Meeting, The Natural History Museum, London, 21 November 1997 (Invited oral communication). 48. (E) Novarino G., 1997. Digital video and taxonomy. 1997 BSSP Spring Meeting, University of Manchester, 6-8 April 1997 (Invited oral communication). 47. (C) Novarino G., 1996. Notes on flagellate nomenclature. I. Cryptaulaxoides nom. nov., a zoological substitute for Cryptaulax Skuja, 1948 (Protista incertae sedis) non Cryptaulax Tate, 1869 (Mollusca, Gastropoda) non Cryptaulax Cameron, 1906 (Insecta, Hymenoptera), with remarks on botanical nomenclature. Acta Protozoologica, 35: 235-238. Read abstract here 46. (E) Microbial diversity and ecosystem function. By D. Alsopp, R.R. Colwell & D.L. Hawksworth Reviewed in Society for General Microbiology Quarterly, 23 (1996). Read it here 45. (E) Freshwater algae - their microscopic world explored. By Hilda Canter-Lund and John W. G. Lund. Reviewed in Quekett Journal of Microscopy, 37 (7): 593-594 (1996). 44. (E) Novarino G. , Warren A. , Kinner N.E. , Harvey R.W. , Mosse R. A. & Teltsch B., 1996. Protistan communities in aquifers: a review. In: International Symposium on Subsurface Microbiology (ISSM 96), Davos, Switzerland, 15-21 September 1996, Book of Abstracts p. 83. 43. (E) Kinner N.E., Blakeslee K., Harvey R.W. & Novarino G., 1996. Size-selective feeding by Protozoa from an organically-contaminated aquifer. In: International Symposium on Subsurface Microbiology (ISSM 96), Davos, Switzerland, 15-21 September 1996, Book of Abstracts p. 81. 42. (E) Kinner N.E., Hines L.E., Roldan-Garcia F., Harvey R.W., Metge D. & Novarino G., 1996. Response of bacteria and protozoa from a pristine aquifer to an organic perturbation. In: International Symposium on Subsurface Microbiology (ISSM 96), Davos, Switzerland, 15-21 September 1996, Book of Abstracts p. 62. 41. (E) Boxshall A. & Novarino G., 1996. Application of fluorescently-labelled oligonucleotide probes to the enumeration of ground water flagellates. 1996 BSSP Spring Meeting, 10-12 March 1996, Imperial College at Silwood Park, Ascot, UK. 40. (E) RobertsD. McL., Novarino G., Kennaway G. & Hope S., 1996. Images as a basis for identification. British Society for Plant Pathology Presidential Conference 1996, University of Kent at Canterbury, 16-17 December 1996 (Invited oral communication). 39. (E) Novarino G. & Warren A., 1995. Protistan diversity in a sewage-contaminated aquifer. British Geological Society Hydrogeology Group Meeting on Groundwater Microbiology, Burlington House, London, 5 September 1995 (Invited oral communication). 38. (E) Novarino G. & Warren A., 1995. Protists and aquatic pollution. London Freshwater Group Meeting, The Natural History Museum, London , 19 May 1995 (Invited oral communication). 37. (C) Novarino G. & Lucas I. A. N., 1995. A zoological classification system of cryptomonads. Acta Protozoologica, 34: 173-180. 36. (E) Novarino G. & Lucas I. A. N., 1995. Suprageneric classification of cryptomonad flagellates. European Journal of Protistology, 31: 450. 35. (E) Kennaway G. M. & Novarino G., 1995. Suspended particulate matter and associated planktonic protists in coastal waters. European Journal of Protistology, 31: 438. 34. (E) Novarino G., Warren A., Kinner N. E. & Harvey R. W., 1995. Protists from a sewage-contaminated aquifer. European Journal of Protistology, 31: 450. 33. (E) Roberts D. McL. & Novarino G., 1995. Computerised access to protistan names. European Journal of Protistology, 31: 457. 32. (E) Novarino G. & Lucas I. A. N., 1995. Suprageneric classification of cryptomonad flagellates. 1995 BSSP Spring Meeting, 28-30 March 1995, University of Liverpool, UK. 31. (E) Kennaway G. M. & Novarino G., 1995. Observations on suspended particulate matter and associated planktonic protists in coastal waters. 1995 BSSP Spring Meeting, 28-30 March 1995, University of Liverpool, UK. 30. (E)Sectioning and cryosectioning for electron microscopy. By Norma Reid and Julian E. Beesley. Reviewed in Microbiology Europe, 3 (6): 28 (1995) 29. (C) Novarino G., Warren A., Kinner N. E. & Harvey R. W., 1994. Protists from a sewage-contaminated aquifer on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Geomicrobiology Journal, 12: 23-36. Read abstract here 28. (C) Novarino G. & Roberts D. McL., 1994. Digital film as an aid for studying live protists. Binary - Computing in Microbiology, 6: 197-203. 27. (C) Novarino G., Warren A., Kinner N. E. & Harvey R. W., 1994. Protists from a sewage-contaminated aquifer on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U. S. A. In: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Ground Water Ecology (J. A. Stanford & H. M. Valett, eds). American Water Resources Association, Technical Publication Series no. 1 (1994), pp. 143-151. ISBN 1-882132-28-9. 26. (C) Novarino G., Lucas I. A. N. & Morrall S., 1994. Observations on the genus Plagioselmis (Cryptophyceae). Cryptogamie-Algologie, 15: 87-107. 25. (C) Mills D.K. , Tett P. & Novarino G., 1994. The spring bloom in the south-western North Sea in 1989. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research, 33: 65-80. Read abstract here 24. (E) Roberts D. McL. & Novarino G., 1994. The use of digital film as an identification aid for live cells. Society for General Microbiology Meeting on Image Analysis of Microbes in their Habitats, University of Warwick, England, 6-7 January 1994 . 23. (C) Novarino G. & Lucas, I.A.N., 1993. A comparison of some morphological characters in Chroomonas ligulata sp. nov. and C. placoidea sp. nov. (Cryptophyceae). Nordic Journal of Botany, 13: 583-591. Read abstract here 22. (C) Novarino G. & Lucas I.A.N., 1993. Some proposals for a new classification system of the Cryptophyceae. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 111: 3-21. Read abstract here 21. (C) Novarino G., 1993. Possible detection of the periplast areas and the nucleomorph of cryptomonads by light microscopy: Some early observations by Künstler, Skuja, and Hollande. Quekett Journal of Microscopy, 37: 45-51. 20. (C) Novarino G., 1993. Presence of minerals in the mucilage stalk of the diatom Achnanthes longipes. Diatom Research, 8: 199-202. Read abstract here 19. (E) Novarino G., Kinner N. E. & Warren A., 1993. Protists in polluted groundwaters. In: IX International Congress of Protozoology, Berlin, 25-31 July 1993, p. 92. (Invited oral communication). 18. (E) Novarino G., Kinner N. E., Rodriguez S. & Warren A., 1993. Protistan diversity in an organically-contaminated subsurface environment. In: 1993 International Symposium on Subsurface Microbiology (ISSM-93), Bath, U.K., 19-24 September 1993, Book of Abstracts p. H-09 . 17. (E) Novarino G., Warren A. & Kinner N. E., 1993. Protistan diversity in an organically-contaminated subsurface environment. 1993 BSSP Spring Meeting, Ambleside, UK. 16. (E) Light microscopy. An electronic textbook. By David J. Rawlins. Produced by David Smith and Dominic Farmer. Reviewed in Society for General Microbiology Quarterly, 20: 83 (1993). 15. (E) Light microscopy. Introduction to biotechniques. By David J. Rawlins. Reviewed in Society for General Microbiology Quarterly, 20: 83 (1993). 14. (C) Novarino G., 1992. Some observations on the girdle of Achnanthes longipes.Diatom Research, 7: 281-292. Read abstract here 13. (C) Novarino G. & Muftah A. R., 1992. Observations sur les filaments mucilagineux chez quelques espèces de Mastogloia (Bacillariophycées). Cryptogamie-Algologie, 13: 169-179. Read abstract here 12. (C) Novarino G. & Muftah A. R., 1992. Observations on the variability of the number of partecta in five species of Mastogloia. Diatom Research, 7: 103-108. Read abstract here 11. (E) Mills D. K., Tett P. & Novarino G., 1991. North Sea phytoplankton dynamics. British Phycological Journal, 26: 92. 10. (C) Novarino G. & Muftah A. R., 1991. A description of Mastogloia biocellata stat. nov. from Qatari coastal waters. Diatom Research, 6: 337-344. Read abstract here 9. (C) Novarino G., 1991. Observations on some new and interesting Cryptophyceae. Nordic Journal of Botany, 11: 599-611. Read abstract here 8. (C) Novarino G., 1991. Observations on Rhinomonas reticulata comb. nov. and R. reticulata var. eleniana var. nov. (Cryptophyceae), with comments on the genera Pyrenomonas and Rhodomonas. Nordic Journal of Botany, 11: 243-252. Read abstract here 7. (E) Onzième Colloque de l'Association des Diatomistes de langue Française, Douai, France, Septembre 1991. Reviewed in Diatom Research, 6(2): 421 (1991). 6. (E) Novarino G. & Muftah A.R., 1991. Observations sur les filaments mucilagineux chez quelques espèces de Mastogloia. In: Onzième Colloque de l'Association des Diatomistes de langue Française, Douai, France, Septembre 1991. 5. (C) Novarino G., 1990. Observations on the frustule architecture of Mastogloia smithii, with particular reference to the valvocopula and its integration with the valve. Diatom Research, 5: 373-385. 4. (C) Novarino G., 1989. An update of the taxa of the genus Mastogloia, with a 'resemblance list' for the more recently described ones. Diatom Research, 4: 319-343. Read abstract here 3. (E) Novarino G., 1988. Observations on non-motile cryptophycean cells. In: The Chromophyte Algae: Problems and perspectives - An international symposium at Plymouth Polytechnic, England, 5-8 April 1988. 2. (C) Novarino G., 1987. A note on the internal construction of the partectal ring of Mastogloia lanceolata. Diatom Research, 2: 213-217. 1. (C) Novarino G. & Bazzichelli G., 1986. Il genere Mastogloia (Bacillariophyceae: Naviculaceae) nei Laghi di Fogliano e di Caprolace (Lazio). 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