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Article of introduction to the kingdom of the protists.
... microorganisms are protists. Another "kingdom" contains unicellular microorganisms, the Monera. Bacteria belong to this kingdom. What difference is there between bacteria and protists? ...
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52. The Fungal Garden [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
A Peep At Life On Rotting Tree Bark.
... could easily make out the cross sectional skeletal structure left behind that the fungi and bacteria hadn't appeared to affect or alter in any way. Fascinated by this simple ...
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53. GOD, THE DEVIL, AND MICROSCOPY [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
A search for metaphysical proof of an intelligent tcreator through the practice of microscopy
... Earth. Until approximately 600 million years ago, all life consisted of archaea, bacteria, protozoans and similar single-celled organisms. Um.. evolution seems to be the ...
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54. Hunting micro-aliens: The second voyage [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Part two of an imaginative journey in a pond if shrunk tomicroscopic size, to visit the 'micro-alien' creatures that can be found.
... as a consequence of a streaming flow of protoplasm up and down the axis. Bacteria and tiny flagellates are pulled down toward the vacuoles by this flow. Slightly ...
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A web resource for light microscopists seeking to identify algae and other fresh water micro organisms. An introduction to algae with photomicrogr...
... ocean kelp at the other. The former blue-green algae are now classified amongst the Bacteria (or Monera in earlier systems). In fact, the separation of ...
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56. aa-spirillum-2.pdf [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... ,MEXICO INTRODUCTION: Together with streptococcus in yogurt, Spirillum is another kind of bacteria that is very easy to find even at home in the drains, or ...
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57. Tree-holes [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Pioneer aquatic microfauna in a treehole.
... rainwater. And the water looks a little muddy and with a superficial film of bacteria. It is an invitation to see the initial fauna of a recently flooded ...
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58. Ciliates [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... for feeding. Some ciliates are very small, not much larger than the largest bacteria. Others like the'trumpet animalcule' Stentor can reach a size of ...
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59. Streptococcus agalactiae [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... Kingdom: Bacteria Phylum: Firmicutes Class: Bacilli Order: Lactobacillales Family: Streptococcaceae Genus: Streptococcus Species: agalactiae Streptococcus agalactiae is a beta-hemolytic gram-positive bacteria. ...
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60. Marine protozoa [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Gallery of marine protozoa.
... . In three or four days the water becomes cloudy and somewhat bad smelling because bacteria are growing; the protozoa which eat them, become numerous. This process ...
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