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dinoflagellate

dinoflagellate

Protoceratium reticulatum

Protoceratium reticulatum

These 12 Viruses Look Beautiful Up Close But Would Kill You If They Could: Coronavirus (SARS)

LOOK: Under The Microscope, Deadly Viruses Look Absolutely Stunning

These 12 Viruses Look Beautiful Up Close But Would Kill You If They Could: Coronavirus (SARS)

R-Ba-Calocyclas-G, Radiolarian. The radiolarians belong to the supergroup Rhizaria together with (amoeboid or flagellate) Cercozoa and (shelled amoeboid) Foraminifera

R-Ba-Calocyclas-G, Radiolarian. The radiolarians belong to the supergroup Rhizaria together with (amoeboid or flagellate) Cercozoa and (shelled amoeboid) Foraminifera

Picture of Radiolarian, Microscopic Nature,structures, protozoa, protozoan closeup plant life , Radiolaria microscope, Mikroskop

Picture of Radiolarian, Microscopic Nature,structures, protozoa, protozoan closeup plant life , Radiolaria microscope, Mikroskop

dinoflagellate

dinoflagellate

Stem cell research could help cure many things, including Parkinson's and cancer!

Stem cell research could help cure many things, including Parkinson's and cancer!

A cross section of a bundle of nerve fibers. Axons (orange) are wrapped in myelin (purple); an extension of the membrane of glial cells. Colored SEM.

A cross section of a bundle of nerve fibers. Axons (orange) are wrapped in myelin (purple); an extension of the membrane of glial cells. Colored SEM.

Lingulodinium polyedrum is a single-celled organism belonging to a group of algae called dinoflagellates. It is armored, meaning it has a hard outer coating. Lingulodinium polyedrum forms cysts, or resting stages, as part of its life cycle. Another notable feature of L. polyedrum is bioluminescence – a blue flashing light is visible at night when water with high concentrations of cells is disturbed. This species is widely distributed in temperate and subtropical waters of coastal areas.

Lingulodinium polyedrum is a single-celled organism belonging to a group of algae called dinoflagellates. It is armored, meaning it has a hard outer coating. Lingulodinium polyedrum forms cysts, or resting stages, as part of its life cycle. Another notable feature of L. polyedrum is bioluminescence – a blue flashing light is visible at night when water with high concentrations of cells is disturbed. This species is widely distributed in temperate and subtropical waters of coastal areas.

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