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    Eucaryota : SAR (Stramenopiles, Alveolates, Rhizaria) : Alveolata : Ciliophora : Postciliodesmatophora : Heterotrichea : Heterotrichida : Stentoridae
 
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Surface of a Stentor coeruleus near the adoral zone of membranelles. MTR = microtubular ribbons. The microtubule ribbons are crinkled, so the cell body doesn’t have its maximum size. On the physiology of the microtubular ribbons see Hausmann/Hülsmann/Radek Protistology 3rd ed, Stuttgart, 2003.

The specimen was gathered in the pond Birkensee near Rödelsee (Lower Franconia, Germany). Sampling date 3/2020.

Copyright Dr. Rainer Meisch, Würzburg, Germany.

Images were taken using Zeiss Axioplan with Canon DSLR

Image under Creative Commons License V 3.0 (CC BY-NC-ND).

Place name: Pond Birkensee near Rödelsee (Lower Franconia, Germany)  
 
Latitude: 49,71819841     Longitude: 10,27807474
 




Tomographische Schnittbilder durch einen Stentor coeruleus. MTR = Mikrotubulibänder. Die Mikrotubulibänder erscheinen wellenförmig, im den Zellkörper die maximale Größe zu verleihen. Zur Physiologie der Mikrotubulibänder vergleiche Hausmann/Hülsmann/Radek Protistology 3rd ed, Stuttgart, 2003.

Probe aus dem Birkensee bei Rödelsee (Unterfranken). Datum der Aufsammlung: 3/2020.

Copyright Dr. Rainer Meisch, Würzburg.

Mikrotechnik: Zeiss Axioplan, Kamera: Canon DSLR.

Creative Commons License V 3.0 (CC BY-NC-ND).  
 


 
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