The current of the Life in the alga Closterium

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The current of the Life in the alga Closterium

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In this video we look at the movement on the inside of a freshwater algae of the genus Closterium found in the lagoon "Paso del Rey", parallel to the river San Jose, Department of San Jose - Uruguay - South America.
In each of its ends notes a vacuole containing crystals of sulphates of calio, barium or strontium
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Interesting!

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Great job :wink:

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nice

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Thank you for your kind comments

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One of my favorite subjects, well done.

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Thanks specious,
It is a beautiful alga

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