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201. A Peep Into A Wood Borer' [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... dry. In such a situation wood will be the host to many varieties of bacteria, algae, fungi, lichens and many insects. In most cases all ...
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202. aa-optical-staining-1.pdf [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... . For the microscopic world becomes an obstacle example, as in the case of bacteria they are mainly for the enthusiast microscopist. classified as gram negative or gram ...
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203. I love fungi! [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
A look at the macroscopic and microscopic features of larger fungi
... they living organisms- as are mice, cats, flowering plants, amoebae, bacteria and human beings?! Sure, fungi are living organisms; some may ...
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204. Dileptus' Dessert [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Dileptus Eating Cyclidium (micro-organisms)
... . Its cytostome is near the midpoint of its body, and this membrane directs bacteria and other appropriately sized particles into it. The 100 objective lets one see ...
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205. Blepharisma [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
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... as to sweep food into its buccal cavity (mouth). Blepharismas generally eat bacteria from decomposing vegetation, which is drawn into the buccal cavity and then passes ...
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206. aa-pond-life-1.pdf [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... is possible to find a lot of tiny beings living together, from very small bacteria to multicellular specimens such as daphnia or ostracods, never forgetting that protozoa and ...
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207. Moniliform macronucleus of Stentor [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... from the Latin that means kernel or seed. Except for prokaryotic life such as bacteria and blue green algae possessing a nucleoid region, all eukaryotes like protists, ...
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208. Dinoflagellates [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Part 1 of 3. Introduction.
... eukaryotes. Some theories propose that they are an association of an algae and a bacteria. But those microscopic cells are hazardous TOO; not directly for man but ...
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209. THE MICROBES OF ORACLE STATE PARK [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... key nutrients needed by all organic components of an ecosystem. In fact, certain bacteria are the only known organisms on this planet that can fix gaseous nitrogen into ...
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210. aa-darkfield.pdf [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... learned in high school and university about microscopy- that was just to see some bacteria stained with gram staining and pond life that was taken at that time for ...
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