Dinoflagellate symbioses:strategies and adaptation for the acquisition and fixation of inorganic carbon
Dinoflagellates exist in symbiosis with a number of marine invertebrates including giant clams, which are the largest of these symbiotic organisms. The dinoflagellates (Symbiodinium sp.) live intercellularly within tubules in the mantle of the host clam.
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