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R. Lawrence Hoffman and Ronald M. Atlas; Measurement of the effects of cadmium stress on protozoan grazing of bacteria (Bacterivory) in activated sludge by fluorescence microscopy. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 53(10):2440-2444, 1987
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Colin R. Curds; A theoretical study of factors influencing the microbial population dynamics of the activated-sludge process-I. The effects of diurnal variations of sewage and carnivorous ciliated protozoa. Water Research 7:1269-1284, 1973
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W.T. Edmondson; Ecological studies of sessile rotatoria. Part I. Factors affecting distribution. Ecological Monographs 14(1):33-64, 1944
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Ernesto Villarreal, Ziya Akcasu, and Raymond P. Canale; A theory of interacting microbial populations: Multigroup approach. J.Theor.Biol. 58:285-317, 1976
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Hilda M. Canter; A new primitive protozoan devouring centric diatoms in the plankton. Zool.J.Linn.Soc. 52:63-83, 1973
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August Ruthmann and Angelika Kuck; Formation of the cyst wall of the ciliate Colpoda steinii. J.Protozool. 32(4):677-682, 1985
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Johanna Laybourn; Respiratory energy losses in the protozoan predator Didinium nasutum Muller (Ciliophora). Oecologia (Berlin) 27:305-309, 1977
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Lansing M. Prescott, Mary K. Kubovec, and David Tryggestad; The effects of pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls and metals on the growth and reproduction of Acanthamoeba castellanii. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 18(1):29-34, 1977
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George William Salt; Predator and prey densities as controls of the rate of capture by the predator Didinium nasutum. Ecology 55:434-439, 1974
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Cees A.M. Broers, Claudius K. Stumm, and Godfried D. Vogels; Axenic cultivation of the anaerobic free-living ciliate Trimyema compressum. J.Protozool. 38(5):507-511, 1991
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Emanuel J. Vacchiano, Joseph L. Kut, Mark L. Wyatt, and Howard E. Buhse, Jr.; A novel method for mass-culturing Vorticella. J.Protozool. 38(6):608- 613, 1991
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Barry S. Fields, Thomas A. Nerad, Thomas K. Sawyer, C. Harold King, James M. Barbaree, William T. Martin, William E. Morrill, and Gary N. Sanden; Characterization of an axenic strain of Hartmannella vermiformis obtained from an investigation of Nosocomial Legionellosis. J.Protozool. 37(6):581-583, 1990
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Ernesto Villarreal; A multigroup model for predator-prey interactions. Biotechnology and Bioengineering XVII:1269-1290, 1975
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J. Daniel Lousier and Dennis Parkinson; The disappearance of the empty tests of litter- and soil-testate amoebae (Testacea, Rhizopoda, Protozoa). Arch.Protistenk 124:312-336, 1981
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H. Segers, G. Murugan, and Henri J. Dumont; On the taxonomy of the brachionidae: description of Plationus n. gen. (Rotifera, Monogononta). Hydrobiologia 268:1-8, 1993
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Udo Halbach; Population dynamics of rotifers and its consequences for ecotoxicology. Hydrobiologia 109:79-96, 1984
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John Cairns, J., B.R. Niederlehner, and James R. Pratt; Evaluation of joint toxicity of chlorine and ammonia to aquatic communities. Aquatic Toxicology 16:87-100, 1990
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Blair Bowers and Thomas E. Olszewski; Pinocytosis in Acanthamoeba castellanii Kinetics and Morphology. J.Cell Biology 53:681-694, 1972
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Frederick C. Page; The classification of 'Naked' amoebae (Phylum Rhizopoda). Arch.Protistenk 133:199-217, 1987
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M. Laval-Peuto and F. Rassoulzadegan; Autofluorescence of marine planktonic oligotrichina and other ciliates. Hydrobiologia 159:99-110, 1988
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Malgorzata Golembiewska and Stefan Radzikowski; Ultrastructure and some properties of the surface coat of Chilodonella steini and Chilodonella cucullulus. Arch.Protistenk 123:367-381, 1980
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Terry M. Williams and Richard F. Unz; Isolation and characterization of filamentous bacteria present in bulking activated sludge. Appl.Microbiol.Biotechnol. 22:273-282, 1985
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J. Wanner, J. Chudoba, K. Kucman, and L. Proske; Control of activated sludge filamentous bulking-VII. Effect of anoxic conditions. Water Research :1447-1451, 1987
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Gabriel Bitton and Ben Koopman; Tetrazolium reduction-malachite green method for assessing the viability of filamentous bacteria in activated sludge. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 43(4):964-966, 1982
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Oliver J. Hao, Michael G. Richard, David Jenkins, and Harvey W. Blanch; The half-saturation coefficient for dissolved oxygen: A dynamic method for its determination and its effect on dual species competition. Biotechnology and Bioengineering XXV:403-416, 1983
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Kl. Mechsner; The influence of seasonal light variations on the growth of Sphaerotilus natans. Hydrobiologia 120:193-197, 1985
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G.J. Farquhar and W.C. Boyle; Identification of filamentous microorganisms in activated sludge. WPCF 43(4):604-622, 1971
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David A. Caron; Grazing of attached bacteria by heterotrophic microflagellates. Microbial Ecology 13:203-218, 1987
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Leo S. Luckinbill; The effects of space and enrichment on a predator-prey system. Ecology 55:1142-1147, 1974
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Steven W. Hewett; Predation by Didinium nasutum: Effects of predator and prey size. Ecology 69(1):135-145, 1988
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A.A. Karpenko, A.I. Railkin, and L.N. Seravin; Feeding behaviour of unicellular animals. The role of prey mobility in the feeding behaviour of protozoa. Acta Protozoologica 16(3/4):333-344, 1977
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Gregory A. Antipa, Kathleen Martin, and Michael T. Rintz; A note on the possible ecological significance of chemotaxis in certain ciliated protozoa. J.Protozool. 30(1):55-57, 1983
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Per Hellung-Larsen and Inger Lyhne; Effect of shaking on the growth of diluted cultures of Tetrahymena. J.Protozool. 39(2):345-349, 1992
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P. Schousboe, S.T. Christensen, M. Ghiladi, and L. Rasmussen; Porphyrin rings and phospholipids: Stimulators of cloning efficiency in certain species of Tetrahymena. J.Protozool. 39(2):343-345, 1992
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Helga Muller and Walter Geller; Maximum growth rates of aquatic ciliated protozoa: the dependence on body size and temperature reconsidered. Arch.Hydrobiol. 126(3):315-327, 1993
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R.P. Canale, T.D. Lustig, P.M. Kehrberger, and J.E. Salo; Experimental and mathematical modeling studies of protozoan predation on bacteria. Biotechnology and Bioengineering XV:707-728, 1973
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J.L. Slabbert and W.S.G. Morgan; A bioassay technique using Tetrahymena pyriformis for the rapid assessment of toxicants in water. Water Research :517-523, 1982
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Yuping Wu and Yunfen Shen; Genotoxic effects of linear alkyl benzene sulfonate. Sodium pentachlorophenate and dichromate on Tetrahymena pyriformis. J.Protozool. 39(4):454-456, 1992
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Barton L. Bergquist, Ellen Wyttenbach, and Eugene Cleveland Bovee; The interaction of cadmium with calcium and cisplatin with chloride: Effect on the locomotor rate of Tetrahymena pyriformis. Biological Trace Element Research 9:125-138, 1986
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David Glaser; Simultaneous consumption of bacteria and dissolved organic matter by Tetrahymena pyriformis. Microbial Ecology 15:189-201, 1988
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Alfred M. Elliott and Gretchen L. Clemmons; An Ultrastructural study of ingestion and digestion in Tetrahymena pyriformis. J.Protozool. 13(2):311-323, 1966
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Colin R. Curds and A. Cockburn; Continuous monoxenic culture of Tetrahymena pyriformis. J.Gen.Microbiol. 66:95-108, 1971
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Colin R. Curds and A. Cockburn; Studies on the growth and feeding of Tetrahymena pyriformis in axenic and monoxenic culture. J.Gen.Microbiol. 54:343-358, 1968
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Denis H. Lynn, David J.S. Montagnes, and W. Riggs; Divider size and the cell cycle after prolonged starvation of Tetrahymena corlissi. Microbial Ecology 13:115-127, 1987
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Gary B. Sherman, Howard E. Buhse, Jr., and Harriett E. Smith; Physiological studies on the cytopharyngeal pouch, a prey receptacle in the carnivorous macrostomal form of Tetrahymena vorax. J.Protozool. 29(3):360-365, 1982
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Miklos Muller, Pierre Baudhuin, and Christian De Duve; Lysosomes in Tetrahymena pyriformis I. Some properties and lisosomal localization of acid hydrolases. J.Cell Physiol. 68:165-176, 1966
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T. Wayne Schultz, Norris L. Wyatt, and David T. Lin; Structure-Toxicity relationships for nonpolar narcotics: A comparison of data from the Tetrahymena, photobacterium and pimephales systems. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 44:67-72, 1990
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Mansour Mansouri-Aliabadi and Ralph E. Sharp; Passage of selected heavy metals from Sphaerotilus (Bacteria: Chlamydobacteriales) to Paramecium caudatum (Protozoa: Ciliata). Water Research 19(6):697-699, 1985
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Colin R. Curds; The flocculation of suspended matter by Paramecium caudatum. J.Gen.Microbiol. 33:357-363, 1963
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A. Jurand; An electron microscope study of food vacuoles in Paramecium aurelia. J.Protozool. 8(2):125-130, 1961
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Douglas E. Gill; Density dependence and population regulation in laboratory cultures of Paramecium. Ecology 53(4):701-708, 1972
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M. Mueller, P. Rohlich, and I. Toro; Studies on feeding and digestion in protozoa. VII. Ingestion of polystyrene latex particles and its early effect on acid phosphatase in Paramecium multimicronucleatum and Tetrahymena pyriformis. J.Protozool. 12(1):27-34, 1965
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J.L. Browning and D.L. Nelson; Biochemical studies of the excitable membrane of Paramecium aurelia I. 45Ca2+ fluxes across resting and excited membrane. Biochim.Biophys.Acta 448:338-351, 1976
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Kathleen Dunlap; Localization of calcium channels in Paramecium caudatum. J.Physiol. 271:119-133, 1977
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Richard D. Allen; Food vacuole membrane growth with microtubule-associated membrane transport in Paramecium. J.Cell Biology 63:904-922, 1974
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Agnes K. Fok and Richard D. Allen; Axenic Paramecium caudatum. III. Biochemical and physiological changes with culture age. Eur.J.Cell Biol. 25:193-201, 1981