Paramecium nephridiatum Gelei, 1925, was rediscovered. It is a euryhaline brackish-water species that morphologically resembles Paramecium woodruffi, but with multiple contractile vacuole pores. The general morphology, morphometry, and random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprint patterns are presented for a number of the stocks collected around the world.

Volume 46, Issue 4, 1999, Pages 416-426 Rediscovery of Paramecium nephridiatum Gelei, 1925 and its characteristics

FOKIN, SERGEY;
1999

Abstract

Paramecium nephridiatum Gelei, 1925, was rediscovered. It is a euryhaline brackish-water species that morphologically resembles Paramecium woodruffi, but with multiple contractile vacuole pores. The general morphology, morphometry, and random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) fingerprint patterns are presented for a number of the stocks collected around the world.
Fokin, Sergey; Stoeck, T.; Schmidt, H. J.
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