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...a study is conducted. They said they're trying to determine the cause of microscopic aquatic organisms called "copepods" and "rotifers" that have been identified in the drinking water distribution system coming through the district's Reservoir No. 6 Water...
Rotifer is the live feed for 2nd day until 12th day-old larvae of marble goby .High mortality would encounter if no rotifer is fed to the marble
A free-swiming Rotifer from the phylum Rotifera. Rotifers are small, multi-celled animals that obtain food using a set of cilia (or "hairs
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Rotifer Feeding. A cell is caught in the vortex created by the movement of the animals cilia.
Mixed culture of rotifers, copepods, and young river shrimp at approx 9mm. This was an accidental mix but instead of being reared on BBS the shrimp have
big rotifer, rotifers are near-microscopic pseudocoelomate animals they are around 0.1-0.5 mm long
What's causing all these rotifers to congregate at this certain level within a kriesel?
Newly hatched rotifer from Vaucheria gall
Newly hatched rotifer from Vaucheria gall
The rotifer Proales werneckii forms galls in the alga, Vaucheria, in which it lays its eggs. The adult and 2 newly hatched rotifers are visible
Rotifers photographed with a hand-held camera and a microscope.
rotifers under 10x microscope
Photos and video of both rotifers and vorticella
Rotifer photos and video
A pair of rotifers move around an air bubble in search of food
awesome video of rotifes under compound microscope.. you can see them move and phagocytose.
...they spring back to life. Mark Welch and his colleagues showed that desiccation, like ionizing radiation, breaks up the rotifers' DNA into many pieces. Presumably, the same mechanisms they use to survive desiccation as part of their life cycle also protect...
A clip by Zika Reh from Subotica Wastewater Treatment Plant activated sludge
...under microscopes -- remained reproductively viable after doses of radiation roughly five times greater than other classes of rotifers and other animals could endure. The research, supported by the National Science Foundation's Eukaryotic Genetics Program,...
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...25, 2008 -- Scientists at Harvard University have found that a common class of freshwater invertebrate animals called bdelloid rotifers are extraordinarily resistant to ionizing radiation, surviving and continuing to reproduce after doses of gamma radiation...
As far as I know, these are the Brachionus plicatilis ("L" type) of rotifers.
A home movie of rotifers filmed on a digital camera through a kids' microscope. With a soundtrack by Bonobo.
THIS ORGANISM WAS IN OUR RAIN WATER. 60X MAGNIFICATION. Is the ratio OF ROTIFERS increasing by design OR on purpose in response to what they are doing to
Rotifers are cool - check out Dyson!
Lab showcasing protists, but a lot of rotifers in the sample
Video sobre Rotífers. Es tracta d'un grup de microorganismes que tenen com a peculiaritat una espècie de corona de cilis que roden porvocant un corrent d'
Two rotifers hanging on a piece of hair algae. Rotifers contract into their transparent cuticles when they find the external environment threatening (eg extremely low pH, drying
Dispite their small dimensions, Rotifers are multicelled animals. Rotifers, whose name in latin means "wheel-bearer", have a crown of cilia around the
Short documentary about the Rotifers Coed bball team
Animation clip for "I Believe You" by Rotifer (off the album "Coach Number 12 of 11) Script & Illustrations: Robert Rotifer Animation: Lelo
The parasitic fungus Rotiferopthera angustispora attacks Bdelloid rotifers.
I got some water from a bird bath and looked at it under my microscope. There were tons of these rotifers in it, but what I'd
Déplacement de rotifers vu à la loupe bino
Come and watch them play!
Several Philodina rotifers swimming about & feeding
Several interesting things in one video. At the bottom right are a bunch of rotifer eggs. The one near the centre of the screen looks like it's almost
we shot this video in our lab using a camera fixed on our inverted microscope. It illustrates the behavior of male rotifers around a female rotifer. The males
A newly maturing closed system for ornamental fish produced a HUGE bloom of these rotifers. Later on as the system fully matured, their populations decreased, leveled off
...from sex for up to 100 million years are giving evolutionary scientists a headache. Electron micrographs of bdelloid rotifers and their jaws. Sex is not just important for reproduction - it helps scramble genes much more quickly than random DNA mutations...
...insight into why species evolve in the first place. The research, published in PLoS Biology, focuses on the study of bdelloid rotifers, microscopic aquatic animals that live in watery or occasionally wet habitats including ponds, rivers, soils, and on mosses...
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Rotifers are tiny zooplankton (~250 microns, four times the diameter of human hair) that eat algae and in turn feed fish larvae, so they are
Rotifers are microscopic aquatic animals of the phylum Rotifera. They can be found in many freshwater environments and in moist soil
A few of the baskets made by the Lady Rotifers basketball team!
this was originally a culture dish of stentors, but rotifers took it over.. see the result shot by: Esther Jang random comments by: Diana Lee
Rotifers close up from the bird bath
Rotifers and protists from the birdbath in the yard ..These have a little horn form on their heads..The identifying characteristic of them is the corona
Rotifers (Pseudocoelomate) from the birdbath in the yard ..These have a little horn form on their heads..