Recent molecular phylogenetic analyses suggest that the symbiotic green algae in hydras
of strains J7 and J10 belong to the genus Chlorococcum (Kawaida et al., 2013; Ishikawa et al., 2016a).
have long been known in the animal kingdom for their regenerative abilities.
more than held their own with a roster of players not totally familiar with each other and with limited practice time.
In particular, hydras
are common in bodies of water in every continent except Antarctica (Holstein, 1995).
live in a world that's very different from ours.
Earlier, it was thought that hydras
created new mouths by moving around cells to create an opening.
The total number of RFamide-positive neurons and the total number of JD1-positive neurons increased throughout the hydras
' development (Fig.
Just follow these easy steps and you should be able to catch and keep all the hydras
2 December 2011 - Clean energy technologies holding American Security Resources Corporation (OTCBB:ARSC) announced the completion of the merger between its unit Hydra
Fuel Cell Corporation and technology developer iVoice Inc (OTCBB:IVOI), effective 30 November 2011.
American Security Resources Corporation (ARSC) recently announced that its Hydra
Fuel Cell Corporation subsidiary has joined the University of South Carolina's (USC) Center for Fuel Cells Industry Advisory Board.