5 edition of Cytological observations on Endamoeba blattae found in the catalog.
by The University of Illinois press in Urbana
|Statement||with eight plates, by Paul A. Meglitsch.|
|Series||Illinois biological monographs., vol. XVII, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||QL368.A5 M38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p., 1 l.,|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||40028825|
Stained trophozoite of Entamoeba histolytica, from Centers for Disease Control and solid purple circle is an ingested red blood cell. Belongs within: Amoebozoa. The Archamoebae are a group of amoebozoans in which the mitochondria have been converted into nonaerobic organelles (Adl et al. ). See also: Archamoebae: the apogee (or nadir) or amoebozoan evolution. Directed by Jean Comandon, Pierre de Fonbrune.
These observations could be interpreted as evidence for a lateral transfer or symbiosis involving some other eubacte-rium25,26 but to do so would require a number of lateral Figure2. An archamoeba, Pelomyxa. Figure 1. The Archezoa as originally conceived. Mitochon-dria containing eukaryotes are purple, Archezoa are red. A substantial portion of the DNA database for V. vermiformis has been collected as sequences obtained in generalized environmental studies of unknown and/or uncultivated eukaryotic organisms. Of the sequences attributed to V. vermiformis, (47%) are identified as some type of uncultured organism.. Among the sequences from uncultured environmental sources, three sequences exceeded
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meglitsch, Paul A. (Paul Allen), Cytological observations on Endamoeba blattae.
Urbana, The University of Illinois press, Cytological observations on Endamoeba blattae by Meglitsch, Paul A. (Paul Allen), Publication date Topics Cells, Endamoeba blattae Publisher Urbana, The University of Illinois press Collection biodiversity; americana This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Pages: Returnthisbookonorbeforethe LatestDatestampedbelow.A chargeismadeonalloverdue books. UniversityofIllinoisLibrary OCT Endamoeba is a genus of amoeboids in Amoebozoa. It includes the species Endamoeba blattae, Endamoeba lutea, and Endamoeba similans.
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Endamoeba, protozoan genus of the rhizopodan order Amoebida that inhabits the intestines of invertebrates. It had been considered the same genus as Entamoeba (q.v.; the genus of the dysentery organism Entamoeba histolytica), but the two were recognized as separate genera in by the International Commission of Zoological Endamoeba the nucleus, the basis for.
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Cytological observations on Endamoeba blattae, View Metadata. By: Meglitsch, Paul A. (Paul Allen), University of Toronto - Thomas Fisher Rare Book. BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS RECEIVED ALLEN, PAUL W. (Ph.D. Professor and Head of Department of Bacteriology, University of Tennessee), and GEORGE M.
CAMERON (Ph.D. Associate Professor of Bacteriology, Uni. Archive image from page 36 of Cytological observations on Endamoeba blattae.
Cytological observations on Endamoeba blattae cytologicalobsermegl Year: END AMOEBA BLA TTAE—MEGLITSCH 29 Text Fig. Schematized Diagram of Nucleus of Trophic E. blattae (1) Nuclear membrane; (2) peripheral zone; (3) peripheral ground-plasm; (4) endosome.
ameba in the gut of the roach, which he called Endamoeba blattae in his book. This has originated considerable warm discussion, still unsolved, as to whether parasitic amebas of man should be included in the genus Endamoeba Leidyor in the genus Endamoeba Cassagrandi and Barbagallo, Two species of Amoeba found in Cockroaches: With notes on the cysts of Nyctotherus ovalis Leidy.
Parasitology, 19, MACKINNON, L. Observations on Amoebae from the intestine of the Crane-Fly Larvae, Tipula sp. Arch. Protistenk., 32, MERCIER, L. Contribution l'ude de l'amibe de la blattae (Endamoeba blattae Cited by: 8.
Endamoeba. From Wikispecies. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Taxonavigation Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here; Related changes; Upload file; Special pages; Permanent link; Page information; Wikidata item; Cite this page; In Wikipedia English. Hydra-Hydramoeba: A Model System for the Study of Epizootic Processes.
Author links open overlay panel Alan E. Stiven. Show moreCited by: 4. In view of the fact that certain observers have regarded the genus Entamoeba (which includes the three species, E. coli, E. histolytica and E.
gingivalis, that infest man) as identical with Endamoeba., the authors made a further study of Endamoeba blattae. The results show that the structural features of the cytoplasm and nucleus are sufficient grounds for separating it generically from by: 1.
OBSERVATIONS ON NATURAL INFECTIONS OF ENDAMOEBA HISTOLYTICA IN ATELES AND RHESUS MONKEYSL CARL M JOHNSON Panama, de P for publication December 5, 19$0 Two years ago the opportunity was presented for the study of a number of monkeys that were carriers of an amoeba indis- t.
nguishable from End-amoeba histolytica of man. Since amoebic. Am J Trop Med Hyg. Mar;2(2) A study of Endamoeba histolytica and other intestinal parasites in a rural West Tennessee by: 1. Am J Hyg. Mar;47(2) Note on a strain of small race Endamoeba histolytica which became large in culture.
MELENEY HE, ZUCKERMAN by: 4. Its life cycle is completed as follows: Encystment: In the precystic forms, entamoeba remains only in the intestinal lumen. They undergo encystment but before encystment, the parasites round up, eliminate food vacuoles and accumulate considerable amount of food materials in the form of glycogen and black rod-like chromatoid granules.
Clinical findings of Naegleria fowleri and Acanthamoeba species Incubation period is from days. Early symptoms include HA, fever, lethargy, rhinitis, nausea, vomiting; within the first 2 days, disorientation, signs resembling acute bacterial meningitis; patients become comatose and die within a.
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The swarm cells often revert to the amoeboid stage. Formerly, it was believed that reproduction involved the nonsexual fusion of swarm cells, but the process is now thought to. The Cultivation of Endamoeba histolytica and the in-vitro Chemotherapeutic Testing of Amebacides Maurice E.
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