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The classification of naked amoebae (Phylum Rhizopoda)
Summary The Rhizopoda are recognised as a separate phylum, and the positions of non-testate, nonspore-forming amoebae within this phylum are re-examined. Naked, lobose, non-spore-forming amoebae areExpand
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A newly revised classification of the protozoa.
The subkingdom Protozoa now inclues over 65,000 named species, of which over half are fossil and approximately 10,000 are parasitic. Among living species, this includes approximately 250 parasiticExpand
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The heterolobosea (Sarcodina: Rhizopoda), a new class uniting the Schizopyrenida and the Acrasidae (Acrasida)
Les donnees de la microscopie electronique confirment que les Vahlkampfiidae et les Acrasidae sont deux familles d'amibes apparentees bien que seules les Acrasidae produisent des fructifications. UneExpand
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Re-definition of the genus Acanthamoeba with descriptions of three species.
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  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of protozoology
  • 1 November 1967
SYNOPSIS. Ten strains of Acanthamoeba from freshwater habitats were isolated in clonal cultures. Studies were made of trophic structure, nuclear division, cyst structure, some aspects ofExpand
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Taxonomic criteria for limax amoebae, with descriptions of 3 new species of Hartmannella and 3 of Vahlkampfia.
  • F. Page
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of protozoology
  • 1 August 1967
SYNOPSIS. Seven species of limax amoebae were isolated into clonal, monoxenic cultures with Aerobacter aerogenes from material collected from freshwater habitats. Studies were made of their trophicExpand
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illustrated key to freshwater and soil amoebae
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Two New Species of Paramoeba from Maine
SYNOPSIS Four clonal strains of amoebae isolated from salt-water habitats of the Maine coast show the characteristic Nebenkorper or paranucleus of the genus Paramoeba Schaudinn, 1896, this being theExpand
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An illustrated key to freshwater and soil amoebae: With notes on cultivation and ecology
Any books that you read, no matter how you got the sentences that have been read from the books, surely they will give you goodness. But, we will show you one of recommendation of the book that youExpand
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Cell surface structure as a taxonomic character in the Thecamoebidae (Protozoa: Gymnamoebia)
Amoebae of the genera Thecamoeba, Platyamoeba, and Vannella, Family Thecamoebidae, have a surface layer which in one or more species of each genus has been found cytochemically to be a glycocalyx orExpand
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