10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANABIOTIC»
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Pennak's Freshwater Invertebrates of the United States: ...
RELATIVE OCCURRENCE OF ANABIOTIC STAGES IN MARINE AND
FRESHWATER INVERTEBRATES. Only those taxa occurring commonly in both
enviromnents are listed. Anabiotic devices in at least some freshwater species
Douglas Grant Smith, 2001
Environmental Microbiology for Engineers
When nutrients become exhausted, some bacterial cells are transformed into a
dormant endospore, which is anabiotic (temporarily out of life) cell. The inner dry
matter of an endospore is covered by a thick envelope; therefore, endospores are
Revolutionary Experiments: The Quest for Immortality in ...
Thus, the clock with a stopped pendulum was “neither dead, nor alive,” but was in
the state resembling anabiosis. Obviously, the clock could stay in such an “
anabiotic” state indefinitely (provided, of course, that it is protected from external ...
The Masterpiece of Nature: The Evolution and Genetics of ...
Asexual resting eggs produced by some species Asexual, by reduced stalks
Asexual, by stetoblasts Asexual, by ancestrulae, hibernacula or dormant stolons
Only dormant phase in free-living nematodes is anabiotic adult Anabiotic adult or
Ecology of Fresh Waters: A View for the Twenty-First Century
This theme of uncertainty is taken up also in the production of anabiotic devices:
stages of the life history resistant to difficult conditions, such as resistant, dormant
eggs or cysts, which are rare in the ocean (Table 6.2). Dry mud from ponds, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological ...
The metabolic profile of anabiotic fourth stage juveniles differs from that of
hydrated active juveniles. The content of glycolytic intermediates is very much
lower in the dried juveniles than in the hydrated juveniles. The equilibrium
position of ...
English Translation of Selected East European Papers in ...
thermal factors (the nematodes were held in warm water), and 3) when in an
anabiotic state and held at —23°, —10°, —2°, 0°, +3°, +5° +20°, +30°, +40°, +50°,
+60°, +70°, +80°, and at 8 to 10 different humidity levels at each temperature
Bert Merton Zuckerman, Michał W. Brzeski, K. H. Deubert, 1967
An endospore is an anabiotic (i.e., temporarily not active) cell with low content of
water and covered by thick envelope, serving for survival under unfavorable
conditions for growth, e.g., starvation, dry environment and high temperature. 2.
Lawrence K. Wang, Volodymyr Ivanov, Joo-Hwa Tay, 2010
Economic Botany: Principles And Practices
A number of desert plants of arid environments do not die when dehydrated, but
enter into an anabiotic state of desiccation and revive after wetting. The African
grasses Sporobolus nervosus, syn. S. lampranthus, and S. staphianus, ...
concept for the existence of anabiotic states and dissemination of living material
in the cosmos, probably by particles of lichens coming from the earth. Special
interest has focused on the planet Mars. Martian habitats with a thin atmosphere
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