The Larger Foraminifer Heterostegina depressa - Organization and Growth of the Megalospheric Generation

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Title
The Larger Foraminifer Heterostegina depressa - Organization and Growth of the Megalospheric Generation
Alternative Title
Die Großforaminifere Heterostegina depressa - Organisation und Wachstum der megalosphärischen Generation
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C 1451
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Release Date
1982
Language
English
Producer
IWF
Production Year
1981

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Film, 16 mm, LT, 121 m ; F, 11 min

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Abstract
The foraminiferan constructs a test and attaches it to the substrate with elastic threads. There are large numbers of symbionts (Diatoms) in its protoplasm; Heterostegina gets its nourishment from them. The film shows test anatomy and organic protective sheaths, cytoplasmic streaming and symbiont transport, local movement with pseudopodia and chamber formation in detail. With time-lapse.
Keywords pericarp / Protozoa construction of carpels organization / Protozoa symbiont transport cell biology Heterostegina depressa Foraminifera
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