RMcCourt at NSF.GOV
Wed Mar 8 10:32:02 CST 2006
c. None of the above.
Nocticluca is a bioluminscent dinoflagellate.
You want rotifers.
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Subject: Re: [TAXACOM] wheel animalcule
Branchiostoma is the type genus for Branchiostomidae, and
Amphioxus is a junior synonym (no matter how much we like
to use it cuz we learned this one first!).
This is not the wheel animacule. Check rotifers.
Common name is lancelet.
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From: "Santhosh S.Nair" <nairssanthosh at GMAIL.COM>
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Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 11:05 PM
Subject: wheel animalcule
I should be grateful to you if you could suggest an answer for a query that
I met within a test paper.
Which of the following is the 'Wheel Animalcule'
I have heard that Rotifers are called wheel animalcules.
But from the two option which is more correct?
I appreciate call your positive suggestions
Thank you in advance
Santhosh S. Nair,
Junior Research Fellow,
Systematic Entomology Laboratory,
Dept. of Zoology, University of Calicut,
673 635, Malappuram, Kerala, India.
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