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Caption: Peridinium motile dinoflagellates, light microscopy. Peridinium (yellow) measures 30-70 micrometres in length and is covered in a thick plates (known as thecal plates) made of cellulose. The cells contain chloroplasts, which use light to make energy in a process known as photosynthesis. Dinoflagellates are one of the largest groups of marine eukaryotes.

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Keywords: algal bloom, aquatic, aquatic life, autotroph, biological, biology, black background, colonial, dark field illumination, dinoflagellates, flagellate, flagellum, freshwater organisms, green algae, heterokont, invertebrate, microbiological, microbiology, nature, photosynthesis, photosynthetic, stramenopile, waterlife

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