Litonotus, stentor, Aeolosoma videos!

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Litonotus, stentor, Aeolosoma videos!

Post by arturoag75 »

hi to all,
i add 3 new videos in my youtube channel.
if you want thake a look!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Mq2taDW9Sc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Gvsu9u2 ... er&list=UL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCKJtix- ... 0&index=22

only a quastion: why Litinotus has four nucleus?
best
arturo

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Post by fpelectronica »

Hello
Very nice videos Arturo
" Not only Stentor adopts this macronuclear type, but so also do various ciliate species such as Blepharisma americanum, Dileptus cygnus, Dileptus monilatus, Loxophyllum meleagris, Metafolliculina producta, Pebrilla paguri, Spirostomum ambiguum, Stentor coeruleus, Stentor introversus, Stentor muelleri, Stentor polymorphus, etc.

At the moment, no one knows what factors regulate the various and different forms of macronuclei in each ciliate species. It is still one of nature's mysteries awaiting further research and future discoveries. "
Francisco

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Arturo,

Nice videos!

What camera did you use?

Rogelio

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Many tanks Francisco for explanation...!
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RogelioMoreno wrote:Arturo,

Nice videos!

What camera did you use?

Rogelio
Hi Rogelio
i use a camcorder fitted om microscope:
http://www.microscopeitaly.it/2010/05/0 ... croscopio/

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arturo

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