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... !" Well not necessarily. There are at least two intriguing groups of flagellated amoebae in addition to certain flagellated stages in the complicate life cycles of foraminifera. ...
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... emphasized that they had not proved that the virus caused the die-offs. Acanthamoeba polyphagam amoeba acts as an incubator for MRSA bacteria( news-medical.net) Prof Michael Brown and ...
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33. Household Microscopy Part 5. (And the Yard.). [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... the bucket was Thecamoeba which occurred in abundance. I call it the Shar-Pei of amoebae because of its surface wrinkling; it is a voracious algae eater and I ...
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34. Wild Cultures and Subcultures: Part II [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... failed Lacrymaria-wise, but certainly succeeded in other respects. c) Large and medium-sized amoebae can be fairly readily subcultured and kept thriving for months. It is advisable ...
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35. Inexpensive water-immersion microscopy [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
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... I was doing a considerable amount of observation of Lacrymaria olor and an odd little amoeba which secretes a gelatinous hemi-spherical "house" around itself. This amoeba has ...
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... However, to begin with, let ? s assume we have a nice cooperative Amoeba proteus, 500 microns in size, active, and willing to show us ...
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37. A weird wee beastie: Trichoplax adhaerens [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
<em>Trichoplax</em> <em>adhaerens</em>
... Initially, I was convinced that I had found a large and rather strange marine amoeba with a pinkish tinge. An artist's impression of Trichoplax adhaerens prepared by Wim ...
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... 1895, which is the genus that is normally applied to the most common parasitic amoebas of man( E. hystolitica, E. coli, E. gingivalis ...
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39. Marine protozoa [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
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... protoplasm is shown far right (x15). Unlike in fresh water, shelled amoeba which build rigid'houses' with organic debris, are not present in ...
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40. Micscape Library Index page 2 [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... format) showing the beating cilia of a protozoan and the extending pseudopod of an Amoeba. Jun. 99 Ruminating on some'secret' ciliates- illustrated overview ...
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