Introduces general characteristics of the non-plant, non-animal and non-fungi eukaryotes.
About this book Protists represent an immensely diverse group of organisms comprised of algae, fungi and protozoa. Show all. Table of contents 17 chapters Table of contents 17 chapters Terminology and nomenclature of protist cell surface structures Pages Preisig, H. Siliceous structures and silicification in flagellated protists Pages Preisig, H.
Aspects of morphogenesis and function of diatom cell walls with implications for taxonomy Pages Schmid, Anna-Maria M.
Cytoplasmic origin and surface deposition of siliceous structures in Sarcodina Pages Anderson, O. Calcified structures and calcification in protists Pages Faber, W. Structure and development of the cryptomonad periplast: a review Pages Brett, S.
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Production and modifications of extracellular structures during development of chytridiomycetes Pages Powell, Martha J. Characterization of zoospore and cyst surface structure in saprophytic and fish pathogenic Saprolegnia species oomycete fungal protists Pages Burr, A.
Ultrastructure, biogenesis, and functions of extrusive organelles in selected non-ciliate protists Pages Kugrens, P. Biology of the Leishmania surface: with particular reference to the surface proteinase, gp 63 Pages Russell, D.
Adhesion of fungal spores and germlings to host plant surfaces Pages Braun, E. Cell surface antigens of Phytophthora spores: biological and taxonomic characterization Pages Hardham, A. Structure, composition, and biogenesis of prasinophyte cell coverings Pages Becker, B. Volvocine cell walls and their constituent glycoproteins: an evolutionary perspective Pages Woessner, J.
Structure and development of the scale case of Mallomonas adamas Synurophyceae Pages Lavau, S. Valve and seta spine morphogenesis in the centric diatom Chaetoceros peruvianus Brightwell Pages Pickett-Heaps, J.
Features unique to protists
Protein kinases in protists Pages Fazio, M. Show next xx. Read this book on SpringerLink. Jeremy D. Pickett-Heaps Editor.
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Protists represent an immensely diverse group of organisms comprised of algae, fungi and protozoa. The nature of protistan cell surface is as diverse as the terminology that has evolved to describe the various surface components. This terminology is defined and discussed in the opening of this book. The remaining contributions provide an up-to-date synopsis of structure, d Protists represent an immensely diverse group of organisms comprised of algae, fungi and protozoa. The remaining contributions provide an up-to-date synopsis of structure, development and function of protistan cell surfaces, including their role in taxonomy and systematics.
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