Diatoms

Sunnyvale - United States

Article by Wim van Egmond introducing these delicate unicellular organisms that have yellow-brown chloroplasts that enables them to photosynthesize, with fine photographs.

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Diatoms
United Kingdom

Information on these ubiquitous organisms including their fossil record, classification, biology and life cycle with a number of images of individual species.

Diatoms
United States

Research project by John Becker provides plenty of information on these organisms and a modest photograph gallery.

Diatoms in a Different Light
United States

Article by Roland Mortimer on these organisms, with a small image gallery of different freshwater species.

Microscopy-UK: Diatoms
United States

Offers an introduction to the delicate unicellular organisms that have a yellow-brown chloroplast that enables them to photosynthesize.

Farlow Diatoms
United States

Information on this collection of about 30,000 microscope slides and field specimens which have been collected by diatomists and botanists.

Phytoplankton: Diatoms
United States

Some quick facts about these organisms and a micrograph of a species of Actinoptychus.

Introduction to Bacillariophyta (the Diatoms)
United States

Information about the fossil record, life history and ecology, systematics, and morphology.

Freshwater Diatoms and Algae
United States

Microscope images of many genera, mostly collected in central Texas.

Diatoms: Pseudo-nitzschia
United States

Research project by Jennifer Shin provides information on this organism and diatoms in general.

Great Lakes Diatoms
United States

Collection of images, classified by morphology and by genus.