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SUMMARY: The carotenoids of two Cryptophytes, one heterokont and five Rhodophytes have been examined. The main pigments present are, in sp., α-carotene, and diatoxanthin; in , α-carotene, and diatoxanthin; in sp., β-carotene and three unidentified xanthophylls; in and , β-carotene, lutein and neoxanthin; in and , β-carotene, zeaxanthin and lutein.

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