Sample records for sarcodina

  1. Arcellaceans and pollen/spores of a late Harappan settlement near Porbandar, west coast of India: Implications for palaeoecology and environmental monitoring

    Digital Repository Service at National Institute of Oceanography (India)

    Farooqui, A.; Gaur, A.S.

    . Vucetich, M. C., Nuevos aportes al conocimiento de los tecameb i- anos del dominio subtropical. Neotropica , 1978, 24 , 79 ? 90. 10. Velho, L. F. M. and La n sac - T?ha, F. A., Testate amo ebae (Rhizopodes, Sarcodina) from zooplankton of the high...

  2. Seasonality, biodiversity and microhabitats in benthic foraminiferal communities

    NARCIS (Netherlands)

    Jannink, N.T.


    Benrhic foraminifera (Protista: Sarcodina) are ol1l'-ceUed organisms that are widely spread over the worlds' oceans. Most of the species can be distinguished by the morphology of their sheJl, and the high preservation potential of these shells makes them a lIseful tool to date sediment layers

  3. Technology Assessment and Strategy for Development of a Rapid Field Water Microbiology Test Kit (United States)


    lientamoeba, Enteromonas, and Chil)mastix (Heyneman 1987), (2) SARCODINA, which are typically ameboid, intluding Entamoeba , Endolimax, Iodamoeia, Naeleril...infective dose in man. [From Drasar and Barrow (1985)]. Organism Infective Dose Escherichia coli 106-108 Salmonella sp . 104_108’ Shigella sp . 10-200...intestine. Worldwide tropics and North America Ancylostoma braziliense (N) Subcutaneous Worldwide Toxocara sp . (N) Lung, liver, eye, Worldwide brain

  4. Hydrobiological survey of some surface waters in the area of Mochovce nuclear power plant and their saprobiological assessment

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    Kovacik, L.


    The results are presented of a hydrobiological study of three flows and one retention reservoir in the surroundings of the Mochovce nuclear power plant (Western Slovakia) performed in June 1982 and May 1983. The research was aimed at obtaining necessary information on the species composition of the algal flora (include blue-green algae) and selected groups of invertebrate hydrofauna (Sarcodina, Rotatoria, Cladocera, Copepoda, Oligochaeta and Chironomidae) in this territory. Natural waters were classified on the basis of the species composition of water organisms according to saprobiological criteria. (author). 4 refs