Corrections and Clarifications


Science  14 Feb 1986:
Vol. 231, Issue 4739, pp. 660
DOI: 10.1126/science.231.4739.660


The cover caption for the issue of 31 January should have read as follows: COVER Branching colony of the flagellated chrysophyte Dinobryon cylindricum var. palustr. This phytoplanktonic algal genus is characteristic of nutritionally dilute lakes. Cells can supplement photosynthesis by ingesting bacteria and smaller algae. Note ingested yellow-green latex beads as well as the red fluorescence of cell chlorophyll (about x 1100). See page 493. [David F. Bird, Department of Biology, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 1B1]