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biology of Stentor.

by Vance Tartar

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Published by Pergammon Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stentor

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    SeriesInternational series of monographs in pure and applied biology -- v.5
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL368.C5 T26
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 413 p.
    Number of Pages413
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23281667M
    LC Control Number60015714

      INTRODUCTION. The taxonomy of the genus Stentor Oken, was brought to an order by Foissner and Wölfl (Foissner and Wölfl, ).Their system, proposed after a long history of confusion, provides simple and useful clues for the identification of the species, especially for those with a compact macronucleus, where very few taxonomic characters are Cited by: 3. 4) In depth info' on Stentor can be found in 'The Biology of Stentor', by Vance Tartar, Pergamon Press, , Library of Congress # Ask your local main library for obtaining this on their inter-library loan scheme. (The author thanks William H Amos for providing this reference). Also see these other Micscape articles on Stentor.

    Unfortunately, there are not many places on the Internet that discuss the biology of Stentor, so I have no diagrams for you to look at. The only source of information on these interesting animals I was able to find was a college-level text book entitled Invertebrate Zoology by Robert D. Barnes.   Purchase Biology and Radiobiology of Anucleate Systems - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.

    Download this stock image. The biology of Stentor. Stentor. 8 THE BIOLOGY OF STENTOR pouch which is often called the buccal cavity. The membranellar band runs along the outer edge of this pouch and then coils sharply inward into an invaginated tube which itself coils about one turn into the cell. This tube we shall call by the rather non- commital term of gullet.   Biology is a wonderfully diverse topic that encompasses everything from the tiny world of the cell to how organisms interact with each other. This amazing diversity needs an equally amazing and unique vocabulary for biologists to describe their Reviews: 3.


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The Biology of Stentor Paperback – Aug by Vance Tartar (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Cited by: The Biology of Stentor summarizes all that has been learned about the biology of a certain group of ciliate protozoa: the stentors.

Topics covered range from form and function in Stentor to behavior, fine structure, growth and division, and reorganization. The Biology of Stentor summarizes all that has been learned about the biology of a certain group of ciliate protozoa: the stentors.

Topics covered range from form and function in Stentor to behavior, fine structure, growth and division, and reorganization. Regeneration is also discussed, along with polarity, metabolism, genetics, Book Edition: 1.

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BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. THE BIOLOGY OF STENTOR 12 Phacus and Eiiglena recently killed by heat or alcohol were eaten as readily as live ones. Stentor even discriminated between two species of Phacus, predominately accepting triqueter and rejecting longicaudus but there were no observations on whether the latter was actually indigestible.

Stentor organisms also come in a variety of colors, and move through the use of small, hair-like extensions found all over the body. These hair-like extensions are called cilia and provide two. the biology of stentor Download the biology of stentor or read online here in PDF or EPUB.

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Stentor, genus of trumpet-shaped, contractile, uniformly ciliated protozoans of the order are found in fresh water, either free-swimming or attached to submerged vegetation.

Stentor assumes an oval or pear shape while swimming. At its larger end, Stentor has multiple ciliary membranelles spiraling around the region that leads to the mouth opening. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it * 0. 1 Star The biology of Stentor.

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Author: Vance Tartar. The biology of Stentor. The biology of Stentor. by Vance Tartar Published by Pergammon Press in New by: A Contribution to the Morphology and Biology of the Stentors: : Herbert Parlin Johnson: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda. Stentor roeseli.

Resembling a trumpet or vase, varieties of stentor make up the largest known single-celled aquatic creature.

Their name comes from the epic poem, “The Iliad,” in which Homer characterizes a herald, Stentor, as having a voice “as powerful as fifty voices of other men.”. working with the ciliate Stentor, suggests this is indeed likely [1]. Herbert Spencer Jennings (– ), along with a number of his Current Biol R–R, Decem ª Elsevier Ltd.

R Current Biology Dispatches. Stentor are among the largest aquatic to 2 mm long, they are larger than some of the smallest multicellular organisms. Stentor usually attach to substrates and form a trumpet shape.

If they are free-swimming, they assume an oval or pear shape. A major characteristic of Stentor is the rapid contraction and extension of the cell body. Stentor, sometimes called trumpet animalcules, are a genus of filter-feeding, heterotrophic ciliates, representative of the heterotrichs.

They are usually horn-shaped, and reach lengths of two millimeters; as such, they are among the biggest known extant unicellular organisms. They reproduce asexually through binary : SAR.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tartar, Vance.

Biology of Stentor. Oxford, Pergamon, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.The fine structure of the ciliate Stentor has been studied by means of the electron microscope and the results have been correlated with observations made on the living organism by means of light microscopy; special reference has been made to structural features which may be responsible for contraction and extension in Stentor.

Descriptions have been given of the Cited by: