4 edition of uniflagellate phycomycete zoospore found in the catalog.
uniflagellate phycomycete zoospore
|Statement||by Lene Lange and Lauritz W. Olson.|
|Series||Dansk botanisk arkiv,, bd. 33, nr. 2|
|Contributions||Olson, Lauritz W.|
|LC Classifications||QK621.A1 L36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||81179741|
Flagellate, (subphylum Mastigophora), any of a group of protozoans, mostly uninucleate organisms, that possess, at some time in the life cycle, one to many flagella for locomotion and sensation.(A flagellum is a hairlike structure capable of whiplike lashing movements that furnish locomotion.) Many flagellates have a thin, firm pellicle (outer covering) or a coating of a jellylike substance. Zooflagellate, any flagellate protozoan that is traditionally of the protozoan class Zoomastigophorea (sometimes called Zooflagellata), although recent classifications of this group have questioned the taxonomic usefulness of the term because some zooflagellates have been found to have photosynthetic capabilities and some phytoflagellates heterotrophic capabilities.
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zooflagellate Applied to Protozoa that have one to many flagella and contain no chloroplasts. Some are free-living but most are commensals (see COMMENSALISM), symbionts (see SYMBIOSIS), or parasites, Compare PHYTOFLAGELLATE. The recently created Neomonada comprise three subphyla: Choanozoa (choanoflagellates, Corallochytrium, and the parasitic ichthyosporeans, all with predominantly flat cristae); Apusozoa (Apusomonas and its biciliate anisokont relatives, such as Ancyromonas); and Isomita (isokont usually biciliate zooflagellates).
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Chytridiomycota characteristically reproduce with posteriorly uniflagellate zoospores and are known as zoosporic fungi. Electron microscopic studies and molecular analyses of gene sequences have.
Lange L, Olson LW () The uniflagellate phycomycete zoospore. Dan Bot Ark 1–95 Google Scholar Leipe DD, Wainright PO, Gunderson JH, Porter D, Patterson DJ, Valois F, Himmerich S, Sogin ML () The stramenopiles from a molecular perspective: 16S-like rRNA sequences from Labyrinthuloides minuta and Cafeteria roenbergensis.
Lange L, Olson LW () The uniflagellate Phycomycete zoospore. Dansk Bot Arkiv –95 Google Scholar Lara E, Moreira D, López-Garcia P () The environmental clade LKM11 and Rozella form the deepest branching clade of by: Sample Examinations The Zygomycota includes a group of organisms that show a tremendous variation in structure.
There is some question as to whether these are advanced organisms that have degenerated, or whether they are truly primitive. Subclasses are Monoflagellatae, Biflagellatae and Aflagellatae. It is suspected that these three groups might have evolved independently. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
What has happened to the “aquatic phycomycetes” (sensu Sparrow). Part I: A brief historical perspective Even though most of the text of Sparrow's book was devoted to systematic accounts, there was a large section on uniflagellate phycomycete zoospore book.
L.W. OlsonThe uniflagellate phycomycete zoospore. Dan. Bot. Ark., 33, 2 (), p. Cited by: 2. zoospore (zō′ə-spôr′) n. A motile flagellated asexually produced spore, as of certain algae, oomycetes, and fungi.
zo′ospor′ic adj. zoospore (ˈzəʊəˌspɔː) n 1. (Biology) an asexual spore of some algae and fungi that moves by means of flagella 2. (Biology) one of several spores produced in. The Uniflagellate Phycomycete Zoospore by Lene Lange, Lauritz W.
Olson Paperback, Dansk Botanisk Forening (January ) Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease by N. Cary Engleberg, Moselio Schaechter (Editor), Victor J. DiRita, Victor J. DiRita (Editor), Terence S. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about the life cycle of zoospores.
Mycelium in Zoospores: The vegetative phase is variable. It ranges from a simple, unicellular thallus to an extensively developed, flamentous structure (mycelium) consisting of branched, coenocytic hyphae. The hyphae grow in and around the medium.
The oomycete hyphal wall contains cellulose [ ]. Segmentation of zoospore initials within the zoosporangium proceeds from the periphery inward along radial lines like that recorded in living mem- bers of the Blastocladiales (Ritchie, ).
As differen- tiation continues zoospores become more circular-lentic- ular in outline and up to 5 pm in diam (Figs. 27, 28).
Zooflagellate definition, any flagellated protozoan that lacks photosynthetic pigment and feeds on organic matter: often parasitic. See more. Oomycota. Division: Oomycota The division Oomycota, unlike the Chytridiomycota, is a group of aquatic fungi that have cell walls composed of cellulose and a diploid dominant lifecycle (=gametic lifecycle).The mycelium is coenocytic and produce septa only to separate the reproductive structures from the assimilative portion of the thallus.
Asexual reproduction is by zoospores that are produced. Phytoflagellate definition is - any of various organisms (such as dinoflagellates) that are considered a subclass (Phytomastigophora synonym Phytomastigina) usually of algae by botanists and of protozoans by zoologists and that have many characteristics in common with typical algae.
Define biflagellate. biflagellate synonyms, biflagellate pronunciation, biflagellate translation, English dictionary definition of biflagellate. adj. Having two flagella: a biflagellate protozoan. adj biology having two flagella: biflagellate protozoans.
adj. having two flagella. hemoflagellates: (hē'mō-flaj'ĕ-lāts), Protozoan flagellates in the family Trypanosomatidae that are parasitic in the blood of many species of domestic and wild animals and birds, and of humans; they include the genera Leishmania and Trypanosoma, several species of which are important pathogens.
[hemo- + L. flagellum, dim. of flagrum, a whip]. Zooflagellate definition is - a member of the Zoomastigina: a flagellate protozoan lacking photosynthesis and other plantlike characteristics. Oomycetes have several clearly defined developmental stages in their life cycle, which are not found in most true fungi.
The most obvious one is the formation of the above mentioned zoospores (Fig. 1B).Oomycete zoospores are single nucleated and wall-less cells that can swim with the help of two flagella; one tinsel (or anterior) flagellum, and one whiplash (or posterior) by: Identifier: elementarybotan00atki.
Title: Elementary botany. Year: (). Authors: Atkinson, George Francis, Subjects: Botany. Publisher: New York: Holt. Contributing Library: The Library of Congress. Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress. View Book Page: Book Viewer.
About This Book: Catalog Entry. View All Images: All Images From Book. Click here to view book online to. Welcome to the GoFlag Voyager. This is a project funded by the National Science Foundation that is focused on understanding the evolution and role of flagellate plants, which include the bryophytes, lycophytes, ferns, and gymnosperms.
This website is a hub for curricula, activities, and tools as well as other scientific and educational products. Submitted 20 JanuaryAccepted 22 FebruaryPublished online 9 March Corresponding Author: Jim Clark – e-mail – [email protected] This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Lecture #2 Oomycetes - Oomycota General characteristics of Oomycetes: 1) Biflagellate zoospores.
tinsel & whiplash flagella ; Primary (anterior flagella) & Secondary (lateral flagella) zoospores.