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planaria

(plă-năr′ē-ă)
Free-living flatworms of the Turbellaria class.
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Palladini, "Opioid-dopamine interaction in planaria: a behavioral study," Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology-C Pharmacology Toxicology and Endocrinology, vol.
Dying Daphnia!; Isabelle Sillo - The Effect of the Contact Angle of a Foot on the Initial Speed of a Soccer Ball; and Nathan Rensing - Les Courses de Les Planaria (The Courses of the Planaria).
What made this experiment so interesting was that planaria are cannibals; given a chance, they will eat their own kind.
PLANARIA HYSTERIA: DOES RED LED LIGHT AID IN THE REGENERATION OF PLANARIA AND PROMOTE WOUND HEALING?, Carley E.Andrews, Deshler High School, Tuscumbia, AL 35674.
An Evaluation of Behavioral Neuroendocrine Techniques for Use in Toxicological Study of Planaria. Gary M.
El precio (a pagar) es el desprecio de las enormes diferencias entre la lagartija y el delfin, entre la planaria y la aplisia (babosa de mar), entre la avutarda y el orangutan, entre el tigre y el gusano elegante (el nematodo Caenorhabditis elegans, cuyo genoma, por cierto, fue uno de los primeros en ser descifrado).
My reminder to students when I introduce each new process in the fall is that it does not matter if the organism is a paramecium, planaria, petunia, penguin, or a person.
6) dice "Observe cuidadosamente los siguientes especimenes (arana, caracol, piojo, pulga, mariposa, camaron, libelula, chapulin, planaria, medusa, estrella de mar).