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  1. Abundance and distribution of tintinnid ciliates in an ice edge zone during the austral autumn
BUCK, K.R.; Garrison, D.L.; Hopkins, T.L.
In: Antarctic Science, 4, No. 1, 3-8
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  2. The annual cycle of planktonic ciliates in nearshore waters at Signy Island, Antarctica
LEAKEY, R.J.G.; FENTON, N.; Clarke, A.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 16, No. 7, 841-856
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  3. Annual cycle of tintinnids in Admiralty Bay with an emphasis on seasonal variability in Cymatocylis affinis/convallaria lorica morphology
WASIK, A.; MIKOLAJCZYK, E.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 16, No. 1, 1-8
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  4. Biology of Euplotes focardii, an Antarctic ciliate
VALBONESI, A.; LUPORINI, P.
In: Polar Biology, 13, No. 7, 489-493
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Reserve a copy 5. British and other freshwater ciliated protozoa. Part 1 : Kinetofragminophora. Keys and notes for the identification of the free-living genera (1982)
Curds, C R
ISBN: 0521242576
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Reserve a copy 6. British and other freshwater ciliated protozoa. Part I. Ciliophora: Kinetofragminophora (1982)
CURDS, C.R.
ISBN: 0521285585
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Reserve a copy 7. British and other freshwater ciliated protozoa. Part II. Ciliophora: Oligohymenophora and Polyhymenophora (1983)
CURDS, C.R.; GATES, M.A.; ROBERTS, D.M.
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  8. Can cytochalasin B be used as an inhibitor of feeding in grazing experiments on ciliates?
LEAKEY, R.J.G.; WILKS, S.A.; MURRAY, A.W.A.
In: European Journal of Protistology, 30, 309-315
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  9. Ciliate biogeography in Antarctic and Arctic freshwater ecosystems: endemism or global distribution of species?
PETZ, W.; VALBONESI, A.; SCHIFTNER, U.; QUESADA, A.; Ellis-Evans, J.C.
In: FEMS Microbiology Ecology - 59, No. 2, 396-408
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  10. Ciliated protozoa of the Antarctic Peninsula
THOMPSON, J.C.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 20, 261-288
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  11. Ciliated protozoa of two antarctic lakes: analysis of quantitative protargol staining and examination of artificial substrates
KEPNER, R.L.; WHARTON, R.A.; COATS, D.W.
In: Polar Biology, 21, No. 5, 285-294
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Reserve a copy 12. Ciliated protozoa: an illustrated guide to the species used as biological indicators in freshwater biology (1972)
BICK, H.
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Reserve a copy 13. The ciliated protozoa: characterization, classification and guide to the literature (2nd ed) (1979)
CORLISS, J.O.
ISBN: 0080187528
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  14. Ciliates from Antarctic sea ice
SONG, W.; WILBERT, N.
In: Polar Biology, 23, No. 3, 212-222
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  15. Citrate synthase from Antarctic ciliates: adaptation to low temperatures and comparison with temperate ciliates
KRUPA, O.C.; VANNUCCI, D.
In: Polar Biology, 26, No. 7, 452-457
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  16. Cold shock injury in Tetrahymena pyriformis
MORRIS, G.J.; COULSON, G.E.; Clarke, A.
In: Cryobiology, 21, No. 6, 664-671
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Reserve a copy 17. Colpodea (Ciliophora) (1993)
Foissner, W.
ISBN: 3437306774
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  18. A comparison of estimates of productivity and consumption by zooplankton for planktonic ciliates in Lake Ontario
TAYLOR, W.D.; JOHANNSSON, O.E.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 13, No. 2, 363-372
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  19. Congruence of electrical properties in two Antarctic and two middle-latitude marine species of Euplotes (Ciliata, Hypotrichida)
STOCK, C.; KRUPPEL, T.; LUEKEN, W.; KEY, G.
In: Polar Biology, 20, No. 2, 127-133
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  20. Description of two new species of Euplotes and Euplotes rariseta from Antarctica
VALBONESI, A.; LUPORINI, P.
In: Polar Biology, 11, No. 1, 47-53
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  21. Discovery of ciliates reproducing in the gut of Antarctic krill
KAWAGUCHI, S.; TODA, T.
In: Polar Biology, 18, No. 2, 158-160
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  22. Does growth rate rather than temperature regulate membrane fatty acid composition in Tetrahymena?
MORRIS, G.J.; COULSON, G.; Clarke, A.
In: CryoLetters, 2, No. 4, 111-116
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Reserve a copy 23. The ecology of an Antarctic fresh-water lake with emphasis on the ciliate protozoa (1969)
BIERLE, D.A.
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  24. Ecology of planktonic ciliates in marine food webs
PIERCE, R.W.; TURNER, J.T.
In: Reviews in Aquatic Sciences, 6, No. 2, 139-181
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  25. Effects of seasonal anoxia on the community of benthic ciliated protozoa in a productive lake
Finlay, B.J.
In: Archiv fur Protistenkunde, 125, 215-222
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  26. Effects of temperature on the lipid composition of Tetrahymena (1981)
Clarke, A.
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  27. Factors affecting predation by Cyclidium sp. and Euplotes sp. on PAH-degrading and nondegrading bacteria
TSO, S.F.; TAGHON, G.L.
In: Microbial Ecology, 37, No. 1, 3-12
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  28. Faunistics, taxonomy and ecology of moss and soil ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora) from Antarctica, with description of new species, including Pleuroplitoides smithi gen. n., sp. n
Foissner, W.
In: Acta Protozoologica, 35, 95-123
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  29. Feeding characteristics of two tintinnid ciliate species on phytoplankton including harmful species: effects of prey size on ingestion rates and selectivity
KAMIYAMA, T.; ARIMA, S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 257, No. 2, 281-296
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  30. Formation of blooms by the symbiotic ciliate Mesodinium rubrum: the significance of nitrogen uptake
WILKERSON, F.P.; GRUNSEICH, G.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 12, No. 5, 973-989
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  31. The functional response of two benthic algivorous ciliated protozoa with differing feeding strategies
BALCZON, J.M.; PRATT, J.R.
In: Microbial Ecology, 31, No. 2, 209-224
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  32. The gene for the heat-shock protein 70 of Euplotes focardii, an Antarctic psychrophilic ciliate
LA TERZA, A.; MICELI, C.; LUPORINI, P.
In: Antarctic Science, 16, No. 1, 23-28
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  33. Grazing by the Antarctic sea-ice ciliate Pseudocohnilembus
SCOTT, F.J.; DAVIDSON, A.T.; Marchant, H.J.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 2, 127-131
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  34. Growth in mass and respiration rate during the cell cycle of Tetrahymena pyriformis
LOVLIE, A.
In: Comptes Rendus des Travaux du Laboratoire Carlsberg, 33, No. 10, 377-413
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  35. Growth rates of marine ciliates on diverse organisms reveal ecological specializations within morphospecies
DINI, F.; NYBERG, D.
In: Microbial Ecology, 37, No. 1, 13-22
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Reserve a copy 36. An illustrated key to the British freshwater ciliated protozoa commonly found in activated sludge (1969)
CURDS, C.R.
ISBN: 0114700524
Copies: 1
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  37. Intraspecific variability in Antarctic tintinnids: the Cymatocylis affinis/convallaria species group
BOLTOVSKOY, D.; DINOFRIO, E.O.; ALDER, V.A.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 12, No. 2, 403-413
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  38. Maximum growth rates of aquatic ciliated protozoa: the dependence on body size and temperature reconsidered
Muller, H.; GELLER, W.
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  39. Microplanktonic distributional patterns west of the Antarctic Peninsula, with special emphasis on the tintinnids
ALDER, V.A.; BOLTOVSKOY, D.
In: Polar Biology, 11, No. 2, 103-112
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  40. Microzooplankton and tintinnid species-specific assemblage structures: patterns of distribution and year-to-year variations in the Weddell Sea (Antarctica)
BOLTOVSKOY, D.; ALDER, V.A.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 14, No. 10, 1405-1423
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  41. Morphology and infraciliature of some soil ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora) from continental Antarctica, with notes on the morphogenesis of Sterkiella histriomuscorum
PETZ, W.; Foissner, W.
In: Polar Record, 33, No. 187, 307-326
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  42. Morphology and morphogenesis of Strombidium kryalis nov. spec. (Ciliophora, Strombidiida) from Antarctic sea ice
PETZ, W.
In: Archiv fur Protistenkunde, 144, 185-195
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  43. Overwintering populations of Mesodinium rubrum (Ciliophora: Haptorida) in lakes of the Vestfold Hills, East Antarctica
GIBSON, J.A.E.; SWADLING, K.M.; PITMAN, T.M.; Burton, H.R.
In: Polar Biology, 17, No. 2, 175-179
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  44. Oxygen availability and seasonal migrations of ciliated protozoa in a freshwater lake
Finlay, B.J.
In: Journal of General Microbiology, 123, 173-178
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  45. A red water-bloom caused by the autotrophic ciliate, Mesodinium rubrum, in the austral summer in the fast ice area near Syowa Station, Antarctica, with note on their photosynthetic rate
Satoh, H.; Watanabe, K.
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  46. The role of picoplankton (cyanobacteria and plastidic picoflagellates) in the diet of tintinnids
BERNARD, C.; RASSOULZADEGAN, F.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 15, No. 4, 361-373
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  47. The seasonal and spatial distribution of some benthic ciliated Protozoa in Esthwaite Water
GOULDER, R.
In: Freshwater Biology, 4, 127-147
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  48. Size selective feeding in Cyclidium glaucoma (Ciliophora, Scuticociliatida) and its effects on bacterial community structure: a study from a continuous cultivation system
POSCH, T.; JEZBERA, J.; VRBA, J.; SIMEK, K.; PERNTHALER, J.; ANDREATTA, S.; SONNTAG, B.
In: Microbial Ecology, 42, No. 3, 217-227
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Reserve a copy 49. Soil ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora) from Namibia (Southwest Africa), with emphasis on two contrasting environments, the Etosha region and the Namib Desert. Pt. I: Text and line drawings (2002)
Foissner, W.; AGATHA, S.; Berger, H.
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Reserve a copy 50. Soil ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora) from Namibia (Southwest Africa), with emphasis on two contrasting environments, the Etosha region and the Namib Desert. Pt. II: Photographs (2002)
Foissner, W.; AGATHA, S.; Berger, H.
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  51. Studies on Ephelota sp., an epizoic suctorian found on Antarctic krill
STANKOVIC, A.; BORSUK, P.; KOPER, M.; WEGLENSKI, P.
In: Polar Biology, 25, No. 11, 827-832
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  52. A study of feeding in predacious ciliates using prey ciliates labeled with fluorescent microspheres
DOLAN, J.R.; COATS, D.W.
In: Journal of Plankton Research, 13, No. 3, 609-627
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  53. Summer Weddell Sea microplankton: assemblage structure, distribution and abundance, with special emphasis on the Tintinnina
BOLTOVSKOY, D.; ALDER, V.A.; SPINELLI, F.
In: Polar Biology, 9, No. 7, 447-456
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  54. Systematics and ecology of ciliated protozoa from King George Island, South Shetland Islands
THOMPSON, J.C.; CROOM, J.M.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 27, Paper 2, 41-67
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Reserve a copy 55. Taxonomy and ecology of the ciliate fauna (Protozoa, Ciliophora) in the endopagial and pelagial of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica (1995)
PETZ, W.; SONG, W.; WILBERT, N.
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  56. A technique for the enumeration of benthic ciliated protozoa
Finlay, B.J.; LAYBOURN, J.; Strachan, I.
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  57. The temperature relations and bi-polar biogeography of the ciliate genus Colpoda
Smith, H.G.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 37, 7-13
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  58. Three new entocommensal ciliates from digestive tract of sea urchins of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica (Protozoa, Ciliophora)
SONG, W.; WILBERT, N.; Warren, A.
In: Polar Biology, 22, No. 4, 232-240
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  59. The vertical distribution of some ciliated Protozoa in the plankton of a eutrophic pond during summer stratification
GOULDER, R.
In: Freshwater Biology, 2, 163-176
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  60. Vertical distribution of some ciliated protozoa in two freshwater sediments
GOULDER, R.
In: Oikos, 22, 199-203
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  61. Widespread occurrence of populations of the unique autotrophic ciliate Mesodinium rubrum (Ciliophora: Haptorida) in brackish and saline lakes of the Vestfold Hills (eastern Antarctica)
Perriss, S.J.; Laybourn-Parry, J.; Marchant, H.J.
In: Polar Biology, 15, No. 6, 423-428
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