• body
  • It involves flipping four times, while the body also spins five complete rotations on a sideways or downward-facing axis. (termwiki.com)
  • group
  • His life's study was of the protozoan group Paramecium. (wikipedia.org)
  • The control group involved the paramecium being submerged in only dryl's solution (2 mM sodium citrate, 1 mM NaH2PO4, 1 nM Na2HPO4, 1.5 mM CaCl2, pH 6.8) inside of an electrophoresis chamber, while the experimental group involved the paramecium being submerged in dryl's solution mixed with Magnesium Chloride (50 mM ) inside of an electrophoresis chamber. (123student.com)
  • The experiment underwent its second treatment level, this time its experimental group. (123student.com)
  • common
  • So, I thought it time to write up a post about the most common fish diseases you're likely to run into, and how to cure a fish infected by them. (aquaticcommunity.com)
  • The most common excuse not to have a quarantine tank is financial, but replacing dead fish routinely will cost you more than the money for a 10-gallon quarantine aquarium set-up in a short time. (aquaticcommunity.com)
  • smaller
  • The synchronization time is smaller than the bundling time, but their ratio depends strongly on the initial flagellar separation. (fz-juelich.de)
  • Figure
  • The name "Paramecium"-constructed from the Greek παραμήκης (paramēkēs, "oblong") -- was coined in 1752 by the English microscopist John Hill, who applied the name generally to "Animalcules which have no visible limbs or tails, and are of an irregularly oblong figure. (wikipedia.org)
  • thousands
  • Hundreds if not thousands of times I've recommended founding a quarantine/hospital tank to prevent introducing disease into your main tank. (aquaticcommunity.com)
  • point
  • At this point, the data recorded would be distance in millimeters, and time in seconds. (123student.com)
  • In some genera, such as Paramecium, these have a distinctive star shape, with each point being a collecting tube. (wikipedia.org)