With the addition of this coccid
, the list of Coccomorpha in Cuba is increased to 178 species.
Fecal streptococci (FS) were Gram-positive, catalase-negative, non-spore forming coccid
that grew at 35[degrees]C in a medium containing bile salts and sodium azide (Joao, 2010).
monocytogenes cells exhibited significant morphological changes including coccid
cell formation, clumping of cytoplasm or leakage of cytoplasmic contents through pore formation and membrane bleb formation (Figure 2).
The biological control of coccid
pests in South India by use of beetle, Cryptolaemus montrouzieri Muslant.
gondii inoculation and that severe alterations can be observed in both primary infected bitches and those reinfected by the coccid
Research presented here explored the relationship between zooplankton feeding behavior and cyanobacteria morphology, specifically, how resident ECR zooplankton growth was affected by filamentous versus coccid
This smaller cell type was coccid
or, less frequently, rod-shaped, lacked intracellular membranes, and resembled chemoautotrophic bacteria (Cavanaugh et al.
He explained that Tolaat HaShani refers to the coccid
(scale insect) used to produce the scarlet dye during the biblical and Second Temple periods, for both sacred and secular purposes.
Sometimes a third player enters the story, a coccid
(a soft scale insect).
Dixon intriguingly contrasts the effectiveness of predatory ladybirds on coccid
scale pests, and their ineffectiveness on aphids.
Dyes may have been, too, including the famous West Asian qirmis, a dye derived from the dried bodies of several insects of the coccid
Invasive Argentine ants reduce fitness of red maple via a mutualism with an endemic coccid