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5) ([double dagger]) * Evidence of infection with [greater than or equal to]1 of the following: Giardia intestinalis flagellates (n = 75, 34.
A cellulase from the symbiotic intestinal flagellates of termites and of the roach Cryptocercus punctulatus.
A complete comparison of the two studies is not possible because Tribbey grouped taxa in the cyanobacteria, diatoms, flagellates, and hypotrichs to facilitate his primary objective of studying succession in these pools.
Taxon-specific and seasonal variations in flagellates grazing on heterotrophic bacteria in the oligotrophic Lake Annecy--importance of mixotrophy.
For example, in organically rich soils, the reported density of flagellates was in the range of [10.
11), but AEs of dinoflagellates and flagellates were positively correlated to GPT ([R.
intestinalis is rarely seen in urine sediment and is generally not clinically significant because, of the six genera of flagellates that parasitize the human intestinal or urogenital tracts, only Giardia lamblia, Dientamoeba fragilis and Trichomonas vaginalis are considered pathogens.
1996) and heterotrophic micro flagellates (Bennett et al.
At the table's center squats a blond Cicciolina, a sexy dominatrix who flagellates herself.
However, when viewed by phase contrast microscopy highly motile flagellates were observed.
Red tide is the common name for an abundance of flagellates, microorganisms that gather in blooms.
Formosan subterranean termites (Coptotermes formosanus Shiraki) harbor three different flagellates, each occupying a different niche in the hindgut (Lai et al.