Paramecium bursaria in polarized light

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Paramecium bursaria in polarized light

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Paramecium bursaria in partially polarized light


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UTLPTBa2Uk
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SUPER !

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Hi Chris, very nice. I like the 'crispness' of the internal protoplasm; better than my recent attempt with a 'normal' Paramecium.

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Interesting!
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