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  • Histriculus
  • Histriculus: portrait
  • Histriculus é um ciliado hipotrícheo, que pode ser distinguido pela distribuição dos cirri – os agregados dos cílios são utilizados na locomoção – no lado ventral. Há uma fileira de membranelas (agregados dos cílios) anterior (no topo da imagem) que são usados para coletar nutrientes – tipicamente alga
  • Componente Curricular::Educação Superior::Ciências Biológicas::Microbiologia
Issue Date: 
  • Aug-2001
  • 16-Apr-2009
  • 16-Apr-2009
  • 16-Apr-2009
  • 9-Sep-2008
  • Célula
  • Microrganismo
  • Educação Superior::Ciências Biológicas::Microbiologia::Biologia e Fisiologia dos Microorganismos
Mostrar uma imagem microscópica de Histriculus
Imagem proveniente da coleção Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, USA)
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