Euglena


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Euglena

(yū-glē'nă),
A widespread genus of photosynthesizing free-living fresh water flagellates (family Euglinidae).
[eu- + G. glēnē, eyeball]

Euglena

a genus of large, green flagellates (division Euglenophyta) that is common in both fresh and salt waters. Euglenoids produce a polysaccharide storage molecule called PARAMYLUM and, (unlike other flagellates), do not possess a cell wall, but produce a flexible PELLICLE instead.
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A medida que aumentaban las cargas de materia organica, la comunidad algal fue reemplazada por microalgas del phylum Euglenophyta, siendo Euglena sp.
Although experiments with Euglena are commonplace in schools and laboratories, the idea of playing "games" with living organisms raised a few red flags initially.
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So I had to make numerous preparations to initiate a business for cultivating and utilizing euglena after having done research on it by myself, and I finally established euglena Co.
Participants took part in a variety of argumentation activities including an activity focused on the classification of Euglena (See Figure 2).
platensis, Euglena gracilis and Chlorella vulgaris as food supplementation during the post-larval period of Nile tilapia.
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Yoshinobu Baba, PhD, a renowned scientist who led the research using the pond scum microbe called Euglena, discussed promising results with new agents that can both produce images of diseased tissue and deliver treatments.
91 326 Anabaena circinalis 43 594 Anabaena solitaria 32 455 Aphanocapsa inserta 20 918 Chroococcus dispersus 11 281 EUGLENOPHYTA Euglena acus 10 969 BACILLARIOPHYCEAE Aulacoseira granulata 110 912 Synedra sp.
Euglena pailasensis (30/10/2006) Nombre cientifico de una variedad de algas unicelulares.
Here, we describe the use of Euglena for student-designed investigations of environmental factors that affect population growth.
The Euglenida was the most species-rich Order in all regions of the streams (Figure 3), due to contribution of Trachelomonas (16 taxa), Euglena (11 taxa) and Phacus (11 taxa).