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201. Microscopy Primer [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... main reason why the astounding range of van Leeuwenhoek's discoveries- from striated muscle to bacteria, described in over 560 Letters to the Royal Society in Great Britain- ...
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202. aa-blood-cells.pdf [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... everywhere, our own body is a source of them, mouth epithelial cells, bacteria from our mouth, sperm, skin samples, hair, etc. and ...
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... quite rusty. Dyer, B. D. 2003. A Field guide to Bacteria. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY. A wonderful introduction to non-pathogenic ...
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204. Voracious Soil Amoebae [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
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... UK) I had assumed for many years that Amoebae fed exclusively on diatoms, bacteria, spores and cysts etc. We have seen the food vacuoles frequently to support ...
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... plankton feeders, eating krill in enormous numbers; similarly Spirostomum devours huge numbers of bacteria and tiny flagellates. These remarkable creatures can reach a length of over 3000 ...
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206. TOPICAL TIPS A small microfauna sediment sampler [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... , for photosynthesis to occur. With enough organic matter to be processed by the bacteria, an aquarium with mostly bacteriophages and a few chlorophyceae will last longer. ...
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... water you can easily fill it. Cyanobacteria, or blue green algae, are bacteria that perform photosynthesis. Although they have a bad reputation they are important oxygen ...
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... environments it prefers, it's hard to run out of food stuffs, namely, bacteria. This organism has an elongated, curved, heavily ciliated cytostome (mouth ...
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... ingest their food, that is they are phagotrophic, they may'eat' bacteria, algae, small organic particles or each other. Again, though each ...
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210. A MICROSCOPIC LOCH NESS MONSTER [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
A MICROSCOPIC LOCH NESS MONSTER - Lacrymaria olor
... contact with the "nose cone." There is undoubtedly some incidental ingestion of bacteria but it is extremely unlikely that this could be a food source sufficient to ...
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