10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ACTINOPOD»
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Kingdoms and Domains: An Illustrated Guide to the Phyla of ...
That actinopods represent convergently evolved lineages more related to other
protists (Pr-8 through Pr-10) than they are to each other is likely, but in the
absence of definitive taxonomic revision, we present the traditional actinopod
Lynn Margulis, Michael J Chapman, 2009
Principles of Modern Microbiology
... (sometimes called a pseudoplasmodium). The slug moves around for a while
and then settles down and many of the cells differentiate FIGURE 15.14 Living
actinopod (a) and actinopod shell (b). Slime molds (a) (b) FIGURE 15.16
Illustrated Glossary of Protoctista: Vocabulary of the ...
Illustrations: Actinopod, Retortamonadida. Microtubular fiber Thin structure (as
seen by light microscopy). Electron microscopy reveals it to be a microtubule
bundle. Fiber associated with microtubule. Illustrations: Actinopod,
Lynn Margulis, Heather I. McKhann, Lorraine Olendzenski, 1993
Travaux - Association Internationale de Limnologie Théorique ...
o E .c o DAY Actinopod Addition: Synedra E 8. < -°- Syn-con — Syn-Z -*-
Actinopod DAY Fig. 3. Algae and actinopod population dynamics in stage two
flasks for experiment Ac. See Fig. 1 for explanation of legends. for
Chlamydomonas (Dp-A ...
International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology, 1991
Monographs on Oceanographic Methodology
J. R. Beers Summary Evidence, primarily of an indirect nature, indicates that the
skeletons of actinopod sarcodinians are generally subject to some degree of
dissolution in routinely fixed marine plankton samples. Until the extent of this loss
Actinopod sarcodinans in marine zooplankton populations include all the
numerous species of the Radiolaria and Acantharia. Most actino- pods construct
skeletons of materials which they assimilate and concentrate from the sea water.
University of California (System). Institute of Marine Resources
Fungi, Algae, and Protists
The actinopod amoebae are characterized in large measure by the axopodium,
the fourth and most distinct type of pseudopodium. Axopodia are composed of an
outer layer of flowing cytoplasm that surrounds a central core containing a ...
Introduction to Marine Biology
Index Abalone, 450 Abiotic environment, 16 Abiotic factors, 15 Abyssal hills, 57
Abyssal plain, 57 Abyssal zone, 39 Acid, 72 Acorn barnacles, 247 Acorn worms,
254 Actinopod, 153 Active continental margin, 357 Adelies, 3 18 Adenosine ...
George Karleskint, Richard Turner, James Small, 2009
The Tree of Life: A Phylogenetic Classification
... 224-225 Acanthochiton 277 Acanthomorph 504, 527 Acari 309, 522
Acipenserid 508 Acoelomate 198,218 Acoraceae 5 1 8 Acorales 518,519
Acrasiomycetes 146 Actinistian 347, 350, 352, 353-354, 394 Actinobacteria 58,
68 Actinopod 40, ...
Guillaume Lecointre, Hervé Le Guyader, 2006
The most important groups of protozoan zoo- plankton, other than the green
flagellates which are usually considered with the phytoplankton, are the rhizopod
Foraminifera the actinopod Radiolaria, and the ciliate tintinnids. They may be ...
Shailendra K. Singh, Subhash C. Kundu, Shobha Singh, 1998