Microalgae are unicellular organisms
that are usually found in freshwater and marine systems, and are capable of performing photosynthesis, Al Harethi said.
Silab's historic understanding of the plant world has been supplemented by unique expertise related to the production and use of unicellular organisms
made using biotechnologies.
In particular, this project will apply surface enhanced spectroscopic methods to characterise eco-corona composition and evolution and how this affects ENM interactions with, and impact upon unicellular organisms
The application of unicellular organisms
to study the toxic effects of pesticides from contaminated wastewater is relatively new throughout the world.
In reality, a lot of the oil and gas that we have in Alberta comes from algae and other unicellular organisms
that were living in oceans.
We don't know what it does in unicellular organisms
, but we can now place the origin of genes that are associated with multicellularity in unicellular organisms
Here neurologists and other biomedical researchers explain in some detail how PAKs--particularly the oncogenic kinases PAK1 and PAK4 and their blockers--may control various aspects of life and health, and how mammalian PAKs have functionally evolved from their ancestral origins in unicellular organisms
such as yeast and amoebas through a series of mutations over millions of years.
Alexander Rohrbach und Matthias Koch created a kind of light tube that traps the agile unicellular organisms
Another theory is that the fossils are protists, which are unicellular organisms
lacking a definite cellular arrangement.
In 1905, Konstantin Mereschkowski postulated that chloroplasts arose by cells incorporating green photosynthetic unicellular organisms
A PAPER IN the January/February Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology dispels "the myths of intelligent design" by examining the evolution of amoebas and other unicellular organisms
After Gram staining, gram-positive spherical unicellular organisms
were observed (Figure).