Research in Protozoology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080118468, 9781483214610

Research in Protozoology

1st Edition

Editors: Tze-Tuan Chen
eBook ISBN: 9781483214610
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 438
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Research in Protozoology, In Four Volumes covers the entire field of protozoology, including morphology, physiology, genetics, reproduction, movement, respiration, morphogenesis, nutrition and growth, immunology, ecology, effects of radiation, parasitology, taxonomy, and others. The book describes the heterogeneous complex of organelle systems and inclusion bodies which are suspended in the cytoplasmic matrix; the motile behavior of protozoa; and the respiratory metabolism of phytoflagellates, Trypanosomidae, Trichomonadidae, termite flagellates, Opalina, ciliates, and Sarcodina. The book then discusses the contractile vacuoles; ionic regulation; and excretion, as well as the nutrition and growth of protozoa. Protozoologists and zoologists and students taking these courses will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents

Preface Cytoplasmic Organelles and Inclusions of Protozoa Motile Behavior of Protozoa Respiratory Metabolism Contractile Vacuoles, Ionic Regulation, and Excretion Nutrition and Growth of Protozoa Index of Scientific Names Subject Index Contents of Volume 2


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