Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan - The Japanese journal
Vol. 53, No. 1 (February 2006)
Original paper
Accumulation of paralytic shellfish toxins in the cultured scallop Chlamys nobilis caused by the dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum Graham in Ogamae Bay, Oita Prefecture, Japan
- Kazuyoshi Miyamura and Eiichi Furukawa
Field in focus "Symbiosis in Plankton-its diversity and importance"
Importance of parasito-planktology for precise understanding the marine ecosystem
- Susumu Ohtsuka
Endosymbiosis in microalgae with special attention to Noctiluca scintillans
- Haruna Saito and Ken Furuya
Taxonomic studies on parasitic dinoflagellates in Japan
- Takeo Horiguchi, Ai Harada and Susumu Ohtsuka
Suctorian ciliate epibionts on calanoid copepods in the subarctic Pacific
- Atsushi Yamaguchi
Recent advances in studies of parasites on mysid crustaceans
- Susumu Ohtsuka, Yukio Hanamura, Shinsuke Harada and Michitaka Shimomura
Trematodes and cestodes parasitic in euphasiids
- Takeshi Shimazu
Parasitic and commensal copepods occurring as planktonic organisms with special reference to Saphirella-like copepods
- Hiroshi Itoh
Technical information
Use of SYBR Gold stain for Enumerating bacteria and viruses in seawater samples
- Akira Shibata, Youichi Goto and Ryouta Nakajima
Book review
Abstracts of original papers on Plankton and Benthos Research (Vol. 53, No. 1)
Society Report