The Ciliated Protozoa: Characterization, Classification, and Guide to the Literature
Springer Science & Business Media, 24.06.2008 - 605 Seiten
distances between groups of ciliates were as vast as significant hurdles to obtain copyright permissions the genetic distances between plants and animals for the over 1,000 required illustrations, and I put – THE major eukaryotic kingdoms at that time! the publication schedule ahead of this element. I continued to collaborate with Mitch, and in There are a number of significant illustrated guides 1991 my first “molecular” Magisterial student, to genera and species that have recently been pub- Spencer Greenwood, published an article estab- lished. References are made to these throughout lishing 1990 or thereabouts as the beginning of the book as sources that readers can consult for this the “Age of Refinement” – the period when gene aspect of ciliate diversity. A future project that I am sequencing techniques would deepen our under- contemplating is an illustrated guide to all the valid standing of the major lines of evolution within ciliate genera.
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Acta Protozoologica apostomes bacteria Bardele Berger Biology cell Chatton chonotrichs ciliary ciliates ciliés Ciliophora cirri Class Colpoda colpodeans conjugation contractile vacuole Corliss cortex cortical cyst cytopharynx cytoproct cytostome Deroux dikinetids division dorsal Dragesco elongate endosymbiotic Euplotes extrusomes Family Fauré-Fremiet feeding Fenchel Finlay fission Foissner forms free-swimming freshwater habitats gene sequences genera genetic genus globular to ellipsoid haptorians heterotrichs holotrichous hymenostomes hypotrichs Incertae sedis Jankowski Journal of Protistology Journal of Protozoology Kahl kinetosomes lorica macronucleus membrane microtubular ribbons microtubules molecular monokinetids morphogenesis morphology mucocysts OLIGOHYMENOPHOREA oligohymenophoreans oligotrichs oral cavity oral ciliature oral polykinetids oral region oral structures Order organelles ovoid Paramecium parasitic paroral peniculines peritrichs PHYLLOPHARYNGEA phylogenetic phylum planktonic postciliary ribbon posterior present prostomes Protistologica protists protozoa Protozoology Puytorac Raikov rRNA scuticociliates shape small to medium somatic ciliation somatic kineties species spirotrichs stichotrichs stomatogenesis Subclass suctorians surface taxa tentacles terrestrial habitats Tetrahymena tintinnids toxicysts trophont typically ultrastructural ventral
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