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ROCKET SCIENCE: 800 446 5967 for it is central to our ofCover understanding genome evolution and population genetics. and im-are a diverseDinoflagellates ecologically Some of them for the first time, the methods of molecularof unicellular Now.portant group protists. or con-are have been to the offree-living, photosynthetic heterotrophic genetics applied problem hap- others arestituents of the Thein In this issue ofplankton; symbiotic. Biolog-loidy dinoflagellates. com-in the SvnihioJiniiuu. ical Bulletin Scott R. Santos and AliceDinoflagellates genus 10). Mary(p. intra- or intercellu-called arezooxanthellae,monly Coffroth that cells ofvegetative Symhio-report in-lar of diverse marine invertebrates,syrnbionts iliniuin clade B with (sea fanssymbiotic gorgonians andforaminiferans, cnidarians.cluding sponges, from a ofand sea and cultured cellswhips), range molluscs. are sincehosts and locations, Moreover,haploid. is S. andThe on the cover shows a of Symhio- monophyletic. kawagutiiimage throng Symbiodinium i/iniiiiu cells that were isolated from their other members of the must also beku\\'ci",iitii genus haploid. host, the Hawaiian coralsymbiotic stony Montipora 1 are about 10The Svnihiotlininiu cells on the cover= the( M. the coral inverrucosa) ;cupitata appears were Scottin diameter; byjam they photographedinset. In 1987, on the basis of evidence,cytological 2 of New York at Buf-R. Santos (StateofR. J. Blank that the cells Universityspeculated vegetative The of wasfalo).M. vermcosii are but this was never photograph Montipora capitcitahaploid; finding at ataken Frank Stanton of Hawaii)corroborated. The of is by (Universityquestion ploidy important, is about 1 m inof about 1.5 meters; the coraldepth diameter. Materials and information for the coverE. 1995. Revised checklist of extant shallow-waterMuraj>os, J. coral from Hawaii Antho/oa: Scleructiniu).(Cnidaria: and were Cox (Univer-stony species legend provided by Fenny Museum Occasional 42: 54-55.Bishop Papers was Bethof The coverHawaii). bysity designed Blank, R. .1. 1987. Cell architecture of the dinotlagellate Symhio- Woods Hole,Liles, Marine Laboratory,Biologicaldiniwn the Hawaiian coral vcrnicosa.sp. stonyinhabiting Montipora Massachusetts.Mar. Biol. 94: 143-155.