The traditional culture is suited to treat acute infections caused by single cell or planktonic
Objective: Robust stratigraphic correlations are essential in deciphering Earth History, yet there are crucial gaps and limitations in the current status of Cenozoic planktonic
And, the same hydraulic effects that form these weedlines also gather planktonic
Cells 5-7 [micro]m wide, homogeneous or granular, blue-green; Sheath broad, homogeneous; colonies up to 16celled, planktonic
willowi may also be susceptible to inbreeding, especially early in colonization events, due to local recruitment of short-lived planktonic
ABSTRACT Examination of the larval shell (prodissoconch) of molluscs with planktotrophic development can provide valuable information on their planktonic
and early benthic life.
Approximately 70% of all microbial infections are associated with biofilms, which develop when planktonic
microorganisms aggregate together forming a thin layer.
Najaf / NINA / A PhD thesis for researcher Shaima Jabbar from the Department of Life Sciences, Faculty of Science at the University of Kufa, revealed on Monday ten kinds of planktonic
algae are recorded for the first time in Iraq.
One suspect in the disappearance of cod and other groundfish is the food source for their young--a planktonic
copepod crustacean no larger than a grain of rice.
He explained that studies of how long bacteria survive on inanimate objects have used cultures grown in laboratory media, called broth-grown planktonic
bacteria, and invariably show that bacteria die rapidly.
It also enables bacterial species to maintain an inflammatory state, which improves supply of nutrients, and also permits multiple species to co-exist, share genetic information, as well as to disseminate and colonise new surfaces by seeding off planktonic
The students can now look forward to supporting the building of their experimental idea which is based around an investigation into the influence of weightlessness on the physiology of small planktonic
crustaceans called daphnia.