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Bacillus thuringiensis and Its Pesticidal Crystal Proteins
SUMMARY During the past decade the pesticidal bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis has been the subject of intensive research. These efforts have yielded considerable data about the complex relationshipsExpand
Revision of the Nomenclature for the Bacillus thuringiensis Pesticidal Crystal Proteins
SUMMARY The crystal proteins of Bacillus thuringiensis have been extensively studied because of their pesticidal properties and their high natural levels of production. The increasingly rapidExpand
Dinophyte chloroplasts and phylogeny - A review
Dinophytes acquired chloroplasts obviously early in evolution and later lost them multiple times. Most families and genera contain both photosynthetic and heterotrophic species. ChloroplastsExpand
Mobile and immobile endoplasmic reticulum in onion bulb epidermis cells: short- and long-term observations with a confocal laser scanning microscope.
The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) of onion bulb scale epidermis cells consists of long, tubular strands lying deep in the cytoplasm which move quickly and a less mobile peripheral network of tubules andExpand
Cryptophycean‐Like Double Membrane‐Bound Chloroplast in the Dinoflagellate, Dinophysis Ehrenb.: Evolutionary, Phylogenetic and Toxicological Implications
Dinoflagellates of the genus Dinophysis are responsible for diarrhetic shellfish poisoning. Phototrophic species have an orange primary fluorescence indicating the presence of phycobilins. TheExpand
Gymnodinium aeruginosum (Dinophyta): A blue-green dinoflagellate with a vestigial, anucleate, cryptophycean endosymbiont
Gymnodinium aeruginosum has the usual fine structure of a dinoflagellate but does not seem to contain a well elaborated peduncle or a microtubular basket. Naked cells are surrounded by a single largeExpand
Nutritional strategies in dinoflagellates: A review with emphasis on cell biological aspects.
Food uptake and fine structure of Cryothecomonas longipes sp. nov., a marine nanoflagellate incertae sedis feeding phagotrophically on large diatoms
Abstract Cryothecomonas longipes Schnepf and Kühn sp. nov. is a colourless biflagellate organism, 9–14 µm long and 7–9 µm wide when not filled with food vacuoles. It was detected in the North Sea,Expand
Cryothecomonas aestivalis sp. nov., a colourless nanoflagellate feeding on the marine centric diatomGuinardia delicatula (Cleve) Hasle
The vegetative life cycle, host specificity, morphology, and ultrastructure of a new phagotrophic nanoflagellate are described:Cryothecomonas aestivalis Drebes, Kühn & Schnepf sp. nov. During summerExpand
The fluorochrome, calcofluor white, binds oriented to structural polysaccharide fibrils
SummaryThe parallel oriented cellulose microfibrils of the bristles ofAcanthosphaera zachariasi show difluorescence after staining with the fluorochrome calcofluor white ST. This dye thus is adsorbedExpand