An illustrated guide to the protozoa: organisms traditionally referred to as protozoa, or newly discovered groups, Volume 2
Completely revised and updated by 68 experts in the field, the new edition of this essential text features expanded coverage, mentioning most valid modern genera. The book is lavishly illustrated with over 4,200 figures, illustrations, and drawings (over half of them new), and is organized by monophyletic assemblages using latest higher-group taxonomic consenses. Other features include easy-to-use taxonomic keys to each chapter, a glossary, and organism and subject indices.
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algae amoebae amoeboid Andersen anteriorly aperture apical Arch attached axostyle basal bodies Biol Brugerolle Capillitium cell body central cephalis chambers chloroplast Chrysophyceae chrysophyte ciliates colonies contractile vacuoles cryptomonads cycle cysts cytoplasm cytostome diameter ectoplasm Ehrenberg electron microscopy elongate endoplasm extrusomes eyespot FAMILY fibers filaments flagella flagellar area flagellates flagellum flattened foraminifera freshwater genera Genus Golemansky Habitat Haeckel haptonema heliozoa heterotrophic Honigberg host hyaline kinetoplast Kristiansen layer Locomotive longitudinal lorica Manton marine membrane microtubules Moestrup Monospecific morphology motile multinucleate myonemes nucleus numerous organelle organic ovoid parabasal parasitic Pascher Patterson Penard periplast Phycol planispiral plankton plates pores posteriorly Preisig Protistenkd Protistologica protists Protozoa Protozool pseudopodia Pseudostome pyrenoid radial Radiolaria recurrent flagellum Rhizopoda Scale bar=50 shell siliceous single Skuja sorocarps spherical spicules spines spiral spores stage stalk Starmach stomatocysts structure surface swimming Synurophyceae taxonomy Tendal terminal Test trochospiral tubular TYPE SPECIES ultrastructural usually wall Zool