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Morphology and Infraciliature of Three Species of Metaurostylopsis (Ciliophora, Stichotrichia): M. songi n. sp., M. salina n. sp., and M. marina (Kahl 1932) from Sediments, Saline Ponds, and Coastal
Abstract. Two new urostylid ciliates, Metaurostylopsis songi n. sp. and Metaurostylopsis salina n. sp. and Metaurostylopsis marina ( Kahl 1932 ) are investigated using live observation and protargolExpand
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Biomonitoring of coastal pollution status using protozoan communities with a modified PFU method.
Structural and functional parameters of protozoan communities were assessed as indicators of water quality in Korean coastal waters in the summer of 2000. A modified polyurethane foam unit (PFU)Expand
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Growth and grazing responses to temperature and prey concentration of Condylostoma spatiosum, a large benthic ciliate, feeding on Oxyrrhis marina
Condylostoma is as a group of very large-sized ciliates frequently dominant in various marine benthic microbial communities. However, little is known about the effects of temperature and foodExpand
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Kiitricha minuta n. sp., a Peculiar Hypotrichous Ciliate (Ciliophora, Spirotrichea) from the Yellow Sea
ABSTRACT. The morphology and infraciliature of a new ciliate, Kiitricha minuta n. sp., isolated from the Yellow Sea, were investigated using live observation and protargol impregnation. KiitrichaExpand
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Marine ciliate community in relation to eutrophication of coastal waters in the Yellow Sea
We assessed the potential of marine ciliate community as an indicator to coastal water quality using water samples collected from four stations in the Yellow Sea in the summer 2000. The four stationsExpand
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Tunicothrix rostrata n. g., n. sp., a New Urostylid Ciliate (Ciliophora, Stichotrichia) from the Yellow Sea
ABSTRACT. The morphology and infraciliature of a new ciliate, Tunicothrix rostrata n. g., n. sp., isolated from the Yellow Sea, are investigated using live observation and protargol impregnation.Expand
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Community composition, distribution, and contribution of microbenthos in offshore sediments from the Yellow Sea
We investigated the spatial distribution and composition of microbenthos in the seafloor sediments from 48 stations in the Yellow Sea using epifluorescence microscopy and quantitative protargolExpand
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Taxonomy and distribution of benthic foraminifera in an intertidal zone of the Yellow Sea, PR China: Correlations with sediment temperature and salinity
Abstract Seasonal variations in foraminiferal populations from the intertidal environment of the Yellow Sea are not well known. This results in restricted understanding of environmental implicationsExpand
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Comparative transcriptome analysis of root hairs proliferation induced by water deficiency in maize
Root hairs functions as water channels and nutritional components transporters in plants. It has been shown to enhance nutrient uptake including phosphate, nitrogen, potassium and calcium. In theExpand
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