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171. THE REVIVAL OF A MOUNTED NEEDLE [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... or less redundant. In addition to objects in polarised light, forams, testate amoeba, radiolarians and other objects also benefit from being mounted on a needle just ...
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... hold fast and are not affected, which include many of the protozoans such as amoebae. So critical observations and photography of the more freely suspended specimens tend to ...
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... squeezed into a sample bottle, and this liquor should yield both testate and naked amoebae and some of the larger flagellates. It is always best to observe undisturbed ...
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174. A whimsical glossary for microscopists. [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... , there is the filum Sarcodina which consists of a bunch of jelly-like blobs (amoebae) which are both sarcastic and sardonic. The next filum is the Flagellata ...
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... This is where I do all of my pond-dipping. The water contains everything, amoeba, paramecium, diatoms etc. If you look on the far side with ...
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... another. I saw a rotifer, Anuraea sp., as well as several amoebae of what appeared to be of the same species. A few Oscillatoria, ...
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177. Pteropods. [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... producers (converting sunlight into food) and consumers (feeding by phagotropy, like amoebas). Many of our species are bioluminescent and provide light during the night ...
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... standard cracker sizes for the freshwater shrimp paste and some quite small ones for the amoeba butter. If you don't have time to go prancing through the meadows, ...
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179. More Weird Echinoderm Morphology [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... their membrane thus providing a protective coating? Forams are, after all, marine amoebae of considerable complexity and are capable of locomotion even though it would not be ...
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180. Speaking of cells [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Speaking of cells. An overview of cell structure.
... , mitochondria and possibly some other cell organelles like flagella have a symbiotic origin. Amoeba are unicellular living beings with nuclei, therefore they belong to Eukaryota like all ...
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