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An Atlas of Freshwater Testate Amoebae
Using scanning electron micrographs, this book illustrates most of the common species of testate amoebae found in freshwater habitats. Information on the biology, ecology, geographical distribution,Expand
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Cement and iron in the arenaceous foraminifera
The organic cement secreted by the twelve species of arenaceous foraminifera examined is considered to be a mucosubstance containing acid mucopolysaccharide to which iron, and probably calcium, isExpand
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Electron‐Microscopic Observations of Gromia oviformis (Sarcodina).
SYNOPSIS. Gromia oviformis from New Zealand has been examined in thin sections after fixing in osmium tetroxide and embedding in methacrylate. The structure of the protein and acid mucopolysaccharideExpand
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Adhesion plaques associated with the production of a daughter cell in Euglypha (Testacea; Potozoa)
SummaryEuglypha acanthophora and Euglypha strigosa, testate amoebae with siliceous shells, undergo binary fission producing daughter cells. The siliceous plates from which the shells are constructedExpand
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Tube formation by Pomatoceros triqueter (Polychaeta)
The attached tube of P. triqueter is described with special reference to the calcareous grating which is usually found inside the posterior end of damaged tubes. An explanation of the morphology ofExpand
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Studies of Serpulid Tube Formation
Descriptions of the calcium-secreting glands, which produce the calcareous component of the tubes, are given for Spirorbis, Hydroides , and Serpula. In Hydroides the gland is a simple tubule. TheExpand
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The Iron-Containing Shell of Gromia Oviformis (Rhizopoda)
Gromia oviformis has an organic shell or wall modified at one point to form a specialized oral region through which the protoplasm extrudes as pseudopodia. Whereas the shell appears to beExpand
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The Biology of Foraminifera
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