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... Page, F. C. 1976. An Illustrated Key to Freshwater and Soil Amoebae. Freshwater Biological Association Scientific Publication No. 34, England. Usable almost ...
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242. No formalin, no mercury fixatives. [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Safe and accessible reagents for the microscopy enthusiast.
... domestic one. It is possible to do it. I calibrated mine. An amoeba at 100x killed by the boiling water!! But the microwave times for ...
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243. Some of My Favorite Things [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
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... This is Spirogyra, a splendid and abundant filamentous alga. There are some shelled amoebae, Arcella for example, which will feed on these strands and they look ...
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... the gelatinous dome which it secretes; however, in this case, the tiny amoeba is tricking the bacteria into becoming its lunch. b.2) How many cells ...
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... Take a deep breath- a fascinating look at the different features which animals from Amoeba to man use to respire. Jan.00 Of mites, nematodes and fungi Jul.00 ...
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246. psn-between_objective_and_slide.pdf [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... past the bottom of the coverglass with a good image. This is sad. Amoebas are my favorite †target’ and you usually find them in ...
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247. A MICROSCOPIC LOCH NESS MONSTER [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
A MICROSCOPIC LOCH NESS MONSTER - Lacrymaria olor
... particles in food vacuoles. Lacrymaria feed primarily on small ciliates, flagellates, and amoeba, although on occasion they will, if they come in contact with a ...
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248. How To Form A Minifera [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
An essay on collecting and mounting foraminifera and other microfossils; for the microscopy enthusiast.
... to make use of a variation of the classic hanging drop technique used for studying amoebae, but, in this case, you substitute a small drop of oil ...
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249. 10,000 Reasons Why You Should Have A Microscope [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... virus. And then there are the hideous parasites that attack and disable us, amoebas which can invade the brain producing a lethal type of meningitis, worms that ...
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250. Questions To Ask A Creationist [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... giant squid, but likely still leaving things briny enough to kill off the freshwater amoebae and Paramecia. So, the ark's going to need a lot of culture ...
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