2 edition of wood-feeding roach Cryptocerus, its protozoa, and the symbiosis between protozoa and roach. found in the catalog.
wood-feeding roach Cryptocerus, its protozoa, and the symbiosis between protozoa and roach.
Lemuel Roscoe Cleveland
Bibliography: p. 323-327.
|Contributions||Hall, S.R., Sanders, Elizabeth P., Collier, Jane.|
|LC Classifications||QL508.B6 C63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10, 158 p. :|
|Number of Pages||158|
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spadica are described. These Protozoa are to be regarded as commensals. They belong to three subphyla of the phylum Protozoa. Two are flagellates, Monocercomonoides panesthiae gulfpbc.com and Hexamita cryptocerci Cleveland.
gulfpbc.com by: THE INTESTINAL PROTOZOA OF THE WOOD-FEEDING ROACH PANESTHIA BY GEORGE W. KIDDER The College of the City of New York, New York City, and the Marine IN their beautiful and complete monograph on the wood-feeding roach, Cryptocercus punctulatus and its Protozoa, Cleveland and his associates () look upon the case as one of symbiosis Cited by: How does Subway make its bread every day.
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Field and laboratory evidence presented here shows that adult pairs of C. punctulatus do found colonies and that juveniles are Cited by: Symbiosis, Morphology, and Phylogeny of Hoplonymphidae (Parabasalia) of the Wood-Feeding Roach Cryptocercus punctulatus Article in Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 58(5) · June with.
Subsocial, xylophagous cockroaches of the genus Cryptocercus exhibit a disjunct distribution, with representatives in mature montane forests of North America, China, Korea and the Russian Far East.
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Feb 18, · The remarkable mutualistic associations between termites and protists are in large part responsible for the evolutionary success of these eusocial insects.
It is unknown when this symbiosis was first established, but the present study shows that fossil termite protists existed in the Mesozoic. A new species of termite (Kalotermes burmensis n. sp.) in Early Cretaceous Burmese amber had part of. “Endomicrobia”: Cytoplasmic Symbionts of Termite Gut Protozoa Reduced fermentation products other than hydrogen would open the possibility of hitherto-unrecognized metabolic links between the protozoa and their prokaryotic symbionts.
Hodotermitidae, Termopsidae, Rhinotermitidae, and Serritermitidae) and from the wood-feeding roach Cited by: Termites of most isopteran families and wood-feeding cockroaches of the genus Cryptocercus usually harbor more than one symbiotic flagellate species in their hindgut.
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Wood-feeding cockroaches in the genus Crytocercus live in biparental family groups in the interior of rotten logs and are considered socially monogamous. They typically produce a single brood of altricial offspring, with parental care then lasting until the death of adults 2 or 3 years gulfpbc.com by: 4.
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