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Ciliata

Charles A. Kofoid

Ciliata

the Tintinnoinea

by Charles A. Kofoid

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Published by Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tintinnida.,
  • Ciliata.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Charles Atwood Kofoid and Arthur Shackleton Campbell.
    SeriesBulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 84
    ContributionsCampbell, Arthur Shackleton, 1899-, Harvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL368.C3 K716
    The Physical Object
    Pagination473 p. :
    Number of Pages473
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20150251M

    Ciliata: Morphology. We often think of unicellular organisms as having simple, primitive structure. This is definitely an erroneous view when applied to the ciliates; they are probably the most complex of all unicellular organisms. Unlike multicellular organisms, which have cells specialized for performing the various body functions, single. Ficus exasperata and Cleome ciliata: ethnopharmacology, biological and phytochemical investigation Book August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

    E. ciliata (Lamiaceae) is very interesting and promising herb mainly for chemical composition and pharmacological activities. The aim of this study was to determine chemical composition of the essential oils of fresh, frozen and dried herbal materials of E. ciliata and compare different extraction methods This is the first study on composition of E. ciliata volatile compounds from fresh Cited by: Ciliate definition, any protozoan of the phylum Ciliophora (or in some classification schemes, class Ciliata), as those of the genera Paramecium, Tetrahymena, Stentor, and Vorticella, having cilia on part or all of the surface. See more.

    Elsholtzia ciliata is an erect herb that grows to about 60 cm in height. The leaves are long, stalked, and serrated, and reach 2 to cm in length and.8 to cm in width. In shape they are ovate to lanceolate, with a gland-dotted : Tracheophytes. Distribution Top of page. T. ciliata is the most wide-ranging of the four Toona species (Edmonds, ; Hua and Edmonds, ).It occurs naturally across much of South and Southeast Asia – from Pakistan and western China to Indonesia and Malaysia – and across parts of Oceania, including Australia and islands in the western Pacific Ocean (Hua and Edmonds, ).


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"ciliata", from ernst haeckel's kunstformen der natur "art forms of nature, From the first edition of haeckel's work on the new arts aroundin the style of art nouveau.

Published in installments of 10 plates between and There is less known information about Ficus exasperata Vahl., and Cleome ciliata Schmach and Thonn. However, author in this book presents comprehensive information about traditional uses, biological and phytochemical investigation of Ficus exasperata Vahl., and Cleome ciliata Schmach and : Salman Ahmed.

THE DISPERSAL AND FATES OF SEEDS OF THE WINTER ANNUAL GRASS VULPIA CILIATA [Carey, P.D. & Watkinson, A.R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE DISPERSAL AND FATES OF SEEDS OF THE WINTER ANNUAL GRASS VULPIA CILIATAAuthor: A.R.

Carey, P.D. & Watkinson. The book includes new data on the ultrastructure of the somatic cortex of each class, molecular phylogenetics, ecology, and on other important aspects of ciliate biology.

These new data are used, along with a novel conceptual approach, to rationalize a new system of classification for the phylum, presented in a major chapter on The Ciliate : Springer Netherlands.

Ciliata, Balantidium Coli Cysts - Microscope Slide: : Industrial & Scientific. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.

Industrial & Scientific. Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of Author: Nettie Maria Stevens.

Introduction to the Ciliata. The Ciliata, or Ciliophora, includes about known species of some of the most complex single-celled organisms ever. They derive their name from the Latin word for "eyelash," which describes the appearance of many ciliates quite well.

Calandrinia ciliata is a species of flowering plant known as fringed redmaids and red-maids. While formerly included in the purslane family, it is now treated as a member of the family Montiaceae. It is native to western North America from British Columbia to New Mexico, where it is widespread and can also be found in parts of Central and South : Montiaceae.

Ciliata synonyms, Ciliata pronunciation, Ciliata translation, English dictionary definition of Ciliata. Noun 1. Ciliata - class of protozoa having cilia or hairlike appendages on part or all of the surface during some part of the life cycle Ciliophora, class. Ciliate, or ciliophoran, any member of the protozoan phylum Ciliophora, of which there are some 8, species; ciliates are generally considered the most evolved and complex of protozoans.

Ciliates are single-celled organisms that, at some stage in their life cycle, possess cilia, short hairlike organelles used for locomotion and food gathering. Corythucha ciliata, the sycamore lace bug, is a species of lace bug in the family Tingidae that is associated with sycamore trees.

It originates in the New World, but has been introduced and has spread in Europe. It is a small, whitish insect and feeds on the underside of Family: Tingidae. A superb book, very concise and well written, giving a wealth of information on or more species including descriptions, habitat, cultivation details and plant uses.

A wealth of colour photographs bring each plant vividly to life. Title Ciliata. - Wimperlinge Summary Illustration shows microorganisms. Contributor Names Giltsch, Adolf,lithographer.

The book was an instant best seller in the hoya world and over the next few years two thousand of these books were sold. Since that time Dale has written many books about hoyas from the different localities where these plants grow.

Ciliata that is called the ôblack hoyaö is an extremely dark purple. There are true oranges, greens, pink. Summary of Invasiveness Top of page. ciliata, the sycamore lace bug, is a highly invasive pest insect of plane (sycamore) trees (Platanus sp.).It is likely that its spread is facilitated by human activity, particularly vehicles along major transport routes.

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Define ciliate. ciliate synonyms, ciliate pronunciation, ciliate translation, English dictionary definition of ciliate. adj. Ciliated. Any of various protozoans of the phylum Ciliophora, characterized by numerous cilia. cil′ia′tion n.

adj 1. Ciliata is a genus of fishes in the family Lotidae, with these currently recognized species: References [ edit ] ^ Froese, Rainer and Pauly, Daniel, eds. Species of Ciliata in : Actinopterygii. Ciliata: Life History and Ecology. Most ciliates are free-living forms.

Relatively few are parasitic, and only one species, Balantidium coli, is known to cause human other ciliates cause diseases in fish and may present a problem for aquaculturists; others are parasites or commensals on various invertebrates.

Still others live in great numbers in the digestive tracts of many. Ciliata: [ sil″e-a´tah ] a class of protozoa (subphylum Ciliophora) whose members possess cilia throughout the life cycle; a few species are parasitic. Abstract Bergenia ciliata is a medicinal plant used for the treatment of kidney stones.

The presented review is the first attempt to gather utmost information about the distribution, ethno-medicines, phytochemical analysis, pharmacology and toxicology of B. by: 3.any of a phylum or subphylum (Ciliophora) of ciliated protozoans (such as paramecia) Examples of ciliate in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web Various other organisms also popped up alive in the mollusk feces, including springtails, ciliates.Echeveria ciliata x nodulosa (also known as E.

'Joan Daniel'): A phenomenal cross of E. setosa var. ciliata x E. has keeled green leaves, edged and backed with burgundy outlines. Each rosette is covered with a fine, velvety coating of cilia and can grow to about " wide.

This hybrid has a branching habit and can grow sprawling stems, but can stay compact with regular pruning ().