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they are going to peremptorily flagellate Master Quasimodo, the bellringer of my brother, monsieur the archdeacon of Josas, a knave of oriental architecture, who has a back like a dome, and legs like twisted columns
2%) had positive results; Giardia intestinalis flagellates were most common (n = 75, 34.
Other planktonic organisms, especially rotifers and cladocerans, also influence the bacterial densities through direct consumption or indirectly feeding ciliates and flagellates (e.
Specifically, studies of pelagic food webs have shown that an increase in the availability of nutrients in the environment results in an increase in algal production, which leads to a subsequent increase in the number of bacteria, heterotrophic flagellates and microplankton (ciliates, rotifers and bosminids) (AUER et al.
These flagellates digest most wood cellulose eaten by termites (Trager, 1932; Hungate, 1938), and digest wood hemicelluloses as well (Yoshimura, 1995; Smith et al.
In both the 2010 and 1965 study, bacteria, flagellates, nematodes, and the smaller ciliates were not identified or counted.
Structure and seasonal dynamics of the protozoan community (heterotrophic flagellates, ciliates, amoeboid protozoa) in the plankton of a large river (river Danube, Hungary).
Climate change may favour some jellyfish species by increasing the availability of flagellates in surface waters - a key jellyfish food source.
With special emphasis on the new unicellular microorganisms, contributors cover amoebae, apicomplexans, ciliates, flagellates, protozoan pathogens of major medical importance, protozoan biology and host response.
King, a biologist at the University of California, Berkeley, and collaborators from Berkeley and nine other institutions, say that the flagellates used these genes in other roles before they were "hijacked" for different functions in the lineage leading to animals.
Samples positive for flagellates were stained with Giemsa and intraperitonally inoculated in mouses of 20 days old.