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161. Cultural debris [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Studying the debris of aquatic samples and remains of organisms under a microscope. With a wide variety of examples.
... find not only the remains of diatoms and desmids, but living flagellates and small amoebae as well. In the case of the non-algae jars, you may wish ...
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162. I love fungi! [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
A look at the macroscopic and microscopic features of larger fungi
... ? t they living organisms- as are mice, cats, flowering plants, amoebae, bacteria and human beings?! Sure, fungi are living organisms; ...
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163. Ruminating on some 'secret' ciliates. [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Illustrated article on some of the ciliates found in the rumen of cattle.
... try out an electron microscope. So I approached a possible supervisor about looking at Amoeba or Paramecium (something obvious) but he pointed me in a different direction ...
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... of the month: Pontigulasia- in the fourth in his articles on the testate amoebae, Hans Rothauscher (Germany) discusses and illustrates this difflugia like species. ...
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165. Untitled Document [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... Nebela collaris, a shelled (or testate) amoeba, shown extending pseudopods. Part of the Collection of the Protist Department of the Micropolitan Museum© Wim ...
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166. Untitled Document [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... Lesquereusia spiralis, an attactive shelled or testate amoeba. The shells (tests) are still attached after cell division. The test of this species is composed ...
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167. Untitled Document [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... Penardia mutabilis, an amoeba with extremely thin filose pseudopodia. This species lives in bogs. Part of the Collection of the Protist Department of the Micropolitan Museum ...
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168. Protozoa video clips [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... flowing into the filopodia at left. (Taken with x40 objective.) Marine amoeba (Saccamoeba): x40 objective. Total duration 15 seconds in real time ...
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169. Actinophrys - a well known sun animalcule [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... (Taken by D.I.C.; objective 20X.) Like other sarcodines, or amoebae, the major reproduction in Actinophrys takes place asexually by binary fission, a ...
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... stages of the slime mold Dictyostelium discoideum. The cells are first in an individual amoeba form. They then aggregate into a slug which moves to an appropriate location ...
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