Ciliata


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Related to Ciliata: class Ciliata, Flagellata, paramecium
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Synonyms for Ciliata

class of protozoa having cilia or hairlike appendages on part or all of the surface during some part of the life cycle

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Zoneamento agroecologico de pequena escala para Toona ciliata, Eucalyptus grandis e Eucalyptus urophylla na Bacia Hidrografica do Rio Itapemirim - ES, utilizando dados SRTM.
Bees visited Blephila ciliata, Penstemon australis, and Rosa caroliniana until 3 Jun.
ciliata 'Firecracker' has become one of the must have plants over recent years, with its deep purple foliage and bright yellow flowers.
Out of 78 species, 10 medicinal plants viz: Bistorta ampilexicaulis, Morchella esculenta, Valeriana wallichii, Adiantum venustum, Viola biflora, Bergenia ciliata, Geranium wallichianum, Berberis lycium, Podophyllum emodi, and Paeonia emodi have high economic and pharmaceutical value and are collected in large amount for sale (Table-2).
Dispersal and recruitment of Tasiagma ciliata (Trichoptera: Tasimiidae) in rainforest streams, southeastern Australia.
Domina Spartina ciliata, conformando matas aisladas, con Calycera crassifolia y Sporobolus rigens como acompanantes.
Don Eupatorium turbacense Hieron Spilanthes ciliata Kunth Synedrella nodiflora (L.
ciliata, Distichlis spicata, Sesuvium portulacastrum, Heliotropium curassavicum, Pluchea sagittalis, Salicornia ambigua, Verbena litoralis, etc.
Pascher Lagerheimia ciliata (Lagerheim) Chodat Micractinium pusillum Fresenius X Monoraphidium circinale (Nygaard) Nygaard Nephrochlamys subsolitaria X X X Komarek & Foot Oocystis lacustris Chodat X X X X Pandorina morum Muller Pediastrum boryanum var.
In vitro morphogenesis of Toona ciliata from young leaf rachis using thidiazuron
Other good choices include Lysimachia ciliata ' Firecracker', a moisture-loving bronze-leaved plant with brilliant yellow flowers.
Other good choices include Lysimachia ciliata `Firecracker', a moisture-loving bronze-leaved plant with brilliant yellow flowers.