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Specifically, lower termites harbor flagellate protozoa in the digestive tract that digest wood cellulose and hemicelluloses, while higher termites do not.
Ultrastructural changes related to the ingestion and digestion of cellulose by flagellate, Trichonympha agilis.
r INVERTEBRATES PROTOZOA: FLAGELLATES All taxa combined a/a a/a a/a PROTOZOA: AMOEBOID Arcella sp.
Structure and seasonal dynamics of the protozoan community (heterotrophic flagellates, ciliates, amoeboid protozoa) in the plankton of a large river (river Danube, Hungary).
We chose to use nine phytoplankton species to represent diatoms, dinoflagellates and flagellates that are found in the mussel farming areas in New Zealand.
bominis or other flagellates from urine sediment usually suggest that the specimen was contaminated by fecal material and warrants careful collection of another urine specimen.
Seasonal patterns of bacterivory by flagellates, ciliates, rotifers, and cladocerans in a freshwater planktonic community.
Flagellates, bacteria, and fungi associated with termites: diversity and function in nutrition --a review.
in 42% of pigs), Endolimax nana protozoa (32%), Iodoamoeba buetschli protozoa (25%), and other flagellates (4.
When available, field observations appear to confirm the above extremes: Beukema and Cadee (1991) compared the patterns of growth of Macoma balthica Linnaeus, 1758 with the patterns of abundance of different phytoplankton components over 15 y, to conclude faster growth and better condition associated with higher abundance of diatoms for comparison with years when flagellates were dominant.
Some of the critters, including members of two major protist groups--the whip-tailed flagellates and hairy ciliates--harbor bacteria internally.
The medicated fish food is designed solely for the treatment of internal parasites, including internal flagellates, trematodes and cestodes.
The flagellates mostly are pathogenic protozoa that cause disease and mortality in freshwater and seawater hosts.
A night visit to one house resulted in capturing two triatomines on the wall near a light bulb; both these specimens had protozoan flagellates in the intestinal contents.