unicellular


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unicellular

[¦yü·nə′sel·yə·lər]
(biology)
Composed of a single cell.
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Three cyanobacterial strains were found to be nitrogen fixing that include one unicellular strain (Chroococcidiopsis sp.
[USA], Oct 21 ( ANI ): According to a recent study, unicellular diatoms are able to adapt their behaviour to different external stimuli based on an evaluation of their own needs.
B Subsessile glandular trichomes, peltate trichomes Non-glandular trichomes C Thin-walled trichomes C1 Triangular, large and very thin -walled unicellular hairs.
A group of unicellular and multicellular simple organisms regarded by the majority of botanists as plants although there is some doubt, as this family includes plankton.
Unicellular eukaryotic organisms also possess TRP channels.
A genus of unicellular fungi, Pneumocystis was likely originally described by Carlos Chagas in 1909 in guinea pigs, although he confused it with a trypanosome and placed it in a new genus, Schizotrypanum.
sessilifolia can be classified into two types: those, with a multicellular stalk (1-4 row cells) and a multicellular glandular (1-5 row cells) head and those with a multicellular stalk and an unicellular glandular head.
Every storm has to start somewhere, but unicellular storms are elusive.
crassipes, the rotifer Lecane bulla was the food item with the highest dominance and frequency of occurrence, followed by the rotifer Bdelloidea and unicellular diatom in the contents of digestive tracts of A.
At the lounge facing the bay, New's chandelier of thousands glass diatoms or unicellular algae, cast glitters and hues as the lights hit the glass.
The shared molecular mechanisms suggest that the unicellular common ancestor of animals and C.