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Chlamydomonas green algae
Chlamydomonas sp. green algae. These single-celled organisms are aquatic, living in freshwater habitats. The majority of each cell is filled with a chloroplast, the site of photosynthesis. They u...
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Motility of E coli
Motility of E. coli. Common intestinal bacteria in real time. They swim by means of hair-like flagellae that cannot be seen at this magnification. Color is added at time of recording by computer.
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Floating E. Coli Bacteria
Floating E. Coli Bacteria or virus
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Chlamydomonas green algae
Chlamydomonas sp. green algae. These single-celled organisms are aquatic, living in freshwater habitats. The majority of each cell is filled with a chloroplast, the site of photosynthesis. They u...
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Motility of E coli
Motility of E. coli. Common intestinal bacteria in real time. They swim by means of hair-like flagellae that cannot be seen at this magnification. Color is added at time of recording by computer.
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Chlamydomonas green algae
Chlamydomonas sp. green algae. These single-celled organisms are aquatic, living in freshwater habitats. The majority of each cell is filled with a chloroplast, the site of photosynthesis. They u...
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Flagellate protozoan
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Euglena
Euglena. The organelles of this flagellated alga are clear, such as the red eyespot, the chloroplasts, and the flagella. Unrestricted, Euglena moves in a rotating motion using its flagella. Whe...
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Euglena
Euglenas are single-celled plantlike protists measuring about 50 microns in length. Their bright green color comes from chloroplasts used in photosynthesis. Each propels itself with a single, thin...
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Euglenoids differential interference contrast
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Euglena
Euglena. The organelles of this flagellated alga are clear, such as the red eyespot, the chloroplasts, and the flagella. Unrestricted, Euglena moves in a rotating motion using its flagella. Whe...
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