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The Biological Adaptation of the Euglenoidina to Parasitism
Biological Homologies in Euglenoidina Parasitic in Copepods
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1968 Description Acanthocyclops vernalis anteriorly Astasia body cavity copepodan eggs copepodid copepods cultures cyclopoid eggs Cyclops Cyclops vicinus cysts cytoplasm daughter individuals day after eclosion day after hatching decomposing Diacyclops diameter Dinema Distribution and Hosts eclosion egg envelope elongated embryogeny Eucyclops serrulatus Fischer euglenids Euglenoidina Parasitic Failing to invade fennica filled fission flagella flagellated form flagellated form Fig flagellated individuals flagellum free-living genus Ghana Host The parasite host's intestine hostal egg infected eggs invasion invasive-mobile phase larger paramylum granules larva loses the flagellum Macrocyclops albidus Jurine Megacyclops viridis Jurine metabolic movements metanauplius Michajlow Mononema nauplial eye Naupliicola nauplius norvegica nucleus ocelli organism oval ovorum palintomy Paradinemula paramylum bodies paramylum granules parasite was found parasitic euglenids parasitic forms Parastasia Parastasiella penetrate perish Phot posterior posteriorly protist reservoir Sars shape small water body Species and Life-cycle spherical forms stage syntomy three days transparent triphasic tropho-reproductive phase usually water body