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dc.contributor.authorPatterson, David J.-
dc.descriptionMostra uma imagem microscópica da Navicula. Diatomáceas são algas que vivem em pequenos frustules. Diatomáceas com asas são móveis, nós acreditamos que a excreção de mucos ocorre através de uma fenda na parede - a fenda é a costura inferior. O frustule é perfurado com finos buracos para permitir a diatomácea secretar produtos desnecessários, e pegar nutrientes, gases dissolvidos e etc. Esta imagem mostra a costura e o padrão de escultura na frustule-
dc.descriptionComponente Curricular::Educação Superior::Ciências Biológicas::Microbiologia-
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dc.subjectEducação Superior::Ciências Biológicas::Microbiologia::Biologia e Fisiologia dos Microorganismos-
dc.titleNavicula: pennate frustule-
dc.description2Mostrar uma imagem microscópica da Navicula-
dc.description3Esta imagem pertence à coleção Plum Island, Massachusetts coast, USA-
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