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Notes on: Behavior of a virus in a symbiotic system, Paramecium bursaria-Zoochlorella. 1978

Endosymbiotic Chlorella do not appear to be infected because: “In contrast to the ingested cells, the zoochlorellae growing symbiotically within the cytoplasm of the ciliate were free of detectable particles” Apparently Chlorella “free and in the wild” wasn’t obviously infected … Continue reading

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Like an autotroph from the ashes

My my my, how fast 6 months can go by. ¬†Due to extracurricular insanity, I wasn’t able to move any of this forward, but have recently picked it up again. It might be good to restate what I am trying … Continue reading

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Learning about lichens

If you aren’t impressed by lichens, let me try to change that. This is another in the “things I learned over a cup of coffee while ignoring the kids and trying to prepare for teaching next week” series. As usual, … Continue reading

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