(a) Unamplified photograph of a mat collected in 2003, the arrow indicates rhizoid
used to attach to a rock.
Name Surface colonies plate culture Surface Optical Form Elevation Border character 1 Irregular Raised Erose Smooth Opaque 2 Rhizoid
Flat Filamentous Rough Translucent 3 Circular Raised Erose Smooth Opaque 4 Irregular Convex Undulate Smooth Opaque 5 Circular Flat Entire Smooth Translucent 6 Filamentous Flat Filamentous Rugose Translucent Name Consistency Shape Gram Stain 1 Butyrous Bacilli Negative 2 Membranous Cocci Negative 3 Butyrous Cocci Negative 4 Butyrous Bacilli Negative 5 Butyrous Bacilli Negative 6 Brittle Coccus Negative Table 2: The ability of microorganisms in nitrogen cycle.
This is supported by the wide distribution of clastic carbonate material, oolites, stromatolites and vertical branching channels (burrows or 'rhizoid
' structures), sometimes even at a distance from reconstructed sea shores.
Colony characteristics of phosphate solubilizing bacterial isolates Isolate Sample (Distt Shape Edge Bilaspur, H.P.) [IH3.sub.2] Harnora Irregular Undulate [IKas.sub.4] Kasol Irregular Undulate [IH3.sub.1] Harnora Irregular Rhizoid
[IH3.sub.5] Harnora Irregular Undulate [1H3.sub.4] Harnora Irregular Undulate [ID5.sub.4] Dhar Irregular Undulate [IH5.sub.1] Harnora Round.
Unlike bacteria or protozoa in the rumen, anaerobic fungi possess rhizoid
filaments that penetrate feed particles, resulting in their physical breakdown (Ho et al., 1988).
Cytological and proteomic analyses of Osmunda cinnamomea germinating spores reveal characteristics of fern spore germination and rhizoid
Spores were considered as germinated when a first rhizoid
was clearly emerged (Gabriel y Galan & Prada 2010b).
Foucault uses Borges's fable to disentangle the subtle and rhizoid
movements of power and the construction of subjectivity and Baudrillard illustrates his "postmodern desert," the effacing of the metaphysics of representation and the cruising through the hyperreal by inverting Borges's parabola.
After anaerobic incubation, the RCM broth became turbid and rhizoid
colonies with jagged edges and slight hemolytic activity were detected on the blood agar.
The metis female body in its formless, rhizoid
, permeable and metamorphosing state is slippery, amoebic, uncontainable and unpredictable.
The criterion adopted for defining a germinated spore was the emergence of the chlorocyte or the rhizoid
balachowskyi Tsacas from Madagascar are subject to infestations of the entomophagous fungus Laboulbenia curtonoti Rossi & Kirk-Spriggs (Ascomycota), a species with an elongated rhizoid
which penetrates the host's cuticle (Rossi & Kirk-Spriggs 2011).