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Published by Princeton U.P .
Written in English


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Pagination205p.
Number of Pages205
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Open LibraryOL13652132M

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  Cellular Slime Molds - Ebook written by John Tyler Bonner. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Cellular Slime : John Tyler Bonner.   Now, five decades after he published his first pioneering book on cellular slime molds, Bonner steps back from the proliferating and increasingly specialized knowledge about the organism to provide a broad, nontechnical picture of its whole biology, including its evolution, sociobiology, ecology, behavior, and development/5. Cellular Slime Molds Series: Princeton Legacy Library Professor Bonner has rewritten more than half of this standard treatise to take account of the great amount of recent research on the cellular slime molds. He has included a larger selection of material, more figures and new plates. Professor Bonner has rewritten more than half of this standard treatise to take account of the great amount of recent research on the cellular slime molds. He has included a larger selection of material, more figures and new plates. The bibliography has been greatly enlarged. Originally published in Released on: Decem

of results for Books: "slime molds" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. The Social Amoebae: The Biology of Cellular Slime Molds. by John Tyler Bonner | out of 5 stars 9. Hardcover $ $ Get it as.   Cellular slime molds. The cellular slime molds function as independent amoeboid cells when nutrients are abundant. When food is depleted, cellular slime molds aggregate into a mass of cells that behaves as a single unit called a slug. Some cells in the slug contribute to a 2–3-millimeter stalk, which dries up and dies in the process. Dictyostelium is a cellular slime mold which normally lives as single amoeboid cells. Under stress (lack of food & water, temperatures changes etc.) amoebae will begin to secrete acarsin, a hormone-like substance which attracts other amoebae. They stream toward a center of aggregation cells and form a slug (pseudoplasmodium). Abstract. The cellular slime molds are designated as the order Acrasiales within the phylum Myxomycophyta. Although several genera and many species have been described, the bulk of current investigations have been carried out with Dictyostelium species has a particularly interesting and well-defined morphogenetic sequence and constructs fruiting Author: Maurice Sussman, Edward F. Rossomando.

  The slime molds are categorized on the basis of their life cycles into plasmodial or cellular types. Plasmodial slime molds are composed of large, multinucleate cells that move along surfaces like an amorphous blob of slime during their feeding stage. Food particles are lifted and engulfed into the slime mold as it glides along. Now, five decades after he published his first pioneering book on cellular slime molds, Bonner steps back from the proliferating and increasingly specialized knowledge about the organism to provide a broad, nontechnical picture of its whole biology, including its evolution, sociobiology, ecology, behavior, and development.   Now, five decades after he published his first pioneering book on cellular slime molds, Bonner steps back from the proliferating and increasingly specialized knowledge about the organism to provide a broad, nontechnical picture of its whole biology, including its evolution, sociobiology, ecology, behavior, and : Princeton University Press. ANTIMICROBIAL CHEMOTHERAPY E. Jawetz Annual Review of Microbiology MUTUAL RELATIONSHIPS IN FUNGI J. E. Devay Annual Review of Microbiology FACTORS AFFECTING RESISTANCE TO INFECTION S. S. Elberg Annual Review of Microbiology REVIEW OF THE MICROBIOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL LITERATURE PUBLISHED IN IN THE Cited by: