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Definition of the noun Suctoria

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Suctoria is a subclass of Phyllopharyngea, described by E. Claparède & J. Lachmann in 1859.

Phrases with Suctoria

  1. Tedania suctoria
  2. Allodapa Suctoria
  3. Subclass Suctoria
  4. Subulura Suctoria
  5. Heterakis Suctoria
  6. species Tedania suctoria
  7. Species Allodapa Suctoria
  8. Species Subulura Suctoria
  9. Species Heterakis Suctoria

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Google previewBulletin of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History (1902)

The subclass Suctoria is the most highly differentiated of the Infusoria. This is especially seen in the matter of reproduction, for many of them reproduce by internal budding. Tokophrya may be considered as a type of this group. The body is ...

Google previewA List of the Protozoa and Rotifera Found in the Illinois River and Adjacent Lakes at Havana, Ill (1898)

by Adolph Hempel

The subclass Suctoria is the most highly differentiated of the Infusoria. This is especially seen in the matter of reproduction, for many of them reproduce by internal budding. Tokophrya may be considered as a type of this group. The body is ...

Google previewMethods and Apparatus in Use in Plankton Investigations at the Biological Experiment Station of the University of Illinois (1902)

by Charles Atwood Kofoid

The subclass Suctoria is the most highly differentiated of the Infusoria. This is especially seen in the matter of reproduction, for many of them reproduce by internal budding. Tokophrya may be considered as a type of this group. The body is ...

Google previewMOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF LIFE (2008)

Finally the class Suctoria is a small group which is undoubtedly related to the ciliates. Adult suctorians have no cilia, nor have they any other locomotor organelles. Nor do they have a mouth, for they use protoplasmic tentacles for the capture ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

Suctoria (in all a, meganucleus; b, contractile vacuole). 9, The same species, showing the two kinds of tentacles (the suctorial and the pointed), and two contractile vacuoles b. Io, Ciliated embryo of Podophrya steinii, Cl. and L. unknown.

Google previewNelson's Encyclopaedia (1913)

Everybody's Book of Reference ... by Frank Moore Colby, George Sandeman

Suctoria, an order of Infusoria, including fresh-water and marine forms. In the young stage the Suctoria are uniformly covered with cilia; but in the adult condition they bear instead stiff, rod- like processes, often knobbed at the tip, which are ...

Google previewAcademic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology (1992)

by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press

Suctoria Invertebrate Zoology, a class of highly evolved aquatic protozoans, composed of ciliated free-living immature stages and sessile adults, having long, piercing and sucking tentacles with which ...

Google previewZoological Articles Contributed to the "Encyclopaedia Britannica" (1891)

by Sir Edwin Ray Lankester

SUCTORIA, Kent. A greater or less proportion or often all of the tentacles are suctorial and terminated with sucker-like expansions. Genera.–Rhyncheta, Zenker (stalkless, naked, with only one tentacle; epizoic on Cyclops; Fig. XXVI. 1 ); Urmula ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Parasitology: A-M (2008)

by Heinz Mehlhorn, Horst Aspöck

Class: Spirotrichea Superclass: Rhabdophora Class: Litostomatea Superclass: Cyrtophora Subclass: Suctoria Class: Oligohymenophorea Order: Hymenostomatia Phylum: Choanoflagellata Phylum: Chlorophyta Metakaryota Incertae Sedis: ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Dictionary (1904)

by William Dwight Whitney

Tentaculifcra suctoria, those tentacullierous animalculcs whose ten:lafiilcs are wholly or partially sucl/orial. Also called Suca. tentaculiferous (ten-tak-u-lif'e-rus), a. [< NL. tentaculifer, < tentaculum, tentacle, + L. ferre = E.bcar1: see ~feroua] ...

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Podophyra sp. (Suctoria) - 400x

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Scrabble value of S1U1C3T1O1R1I1A1

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