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Cryptomonas and Poterioochromonas
 
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Cryptomonas and Poterioochromonas culture inoculated into a boiled split pea flask from a small pond in central texas. Also present are several coleps and small numbers of other protists. At about 1:56 you can also see spirilla bacteria moving from the bottom right of the video to the center. 100x and 400x
Views: 1276 PeacefulProtist
Pond Life Through the Microscope: Cryptomonas 1
 
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Cryptomonas 1 10X .40 Achro; Oblique Critters listed are typically found on this type of slide. They may not all be present on this video. Unknowns are always around. Microscope, Microscopic, Protozoa, Germ, Bacteria, Pond Life, Pond Scum, Microscopic Animal, Ciliate, Flagellate, Copepod, Nauplius, Amoebae, Peritrich, Telotroch, Rotifer, Paramecium, Trachelomonas, Microscopic Flatworm, Microscopic Roundworm, Microscopic Worm, Nematode, Euglena, Cryptomonas
Views: 1 Don Woodman
Pond Life Through the Microscope: Cryptomonas 2
 
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Cryptomonas 2 10X .40 Achro Critters listed are typically found on this type of slide. They may not all be present on this video. Unknowns are always around. Microscope, Microscopic, Protozoa, Germ, Bacteria, Pond Life, Pond Scum, Microscopic Animal, Ciliate, Flagellate, Copepod, Nauplius, Amoebae, Peritrich, Telotroch, Rotifer, Paramecium, Trachelomonas, Microscopic Flatworm, Microscopic Roundworm, Microscopic Worm, Nematode, Euglena, Cryptomonas
Views: 1 Don Woodman
AmScope CA-CAN-SLR: Cryptomonas and Poterioochromonas on B100B-MS [1080p Quality]q
 
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User Hailey, (youtube name: PeacefulProtist) filmed this footage using a B100B-MS Microscope and our CA-CAN-SLR camera adapter. Here is her review from our Amazon Page: "I filmed this with a T3i using this adapter on an amscope B100B-MS microscope. This was filmed using 3x digital zoom, 30 speed and 3200 iso.I'm quite happy with the results, I can actually see alot more detail on my computer screen then through the eyepiece with this adapter and the loss in field of view really doesnt seem so bad with my setup. It does get a bit more blurry as I move to a high power, but that seems to have alot more to do with the ability of my camera to handle low light than anything else." You can find these products here: B100B-MS (microscope): https://goo.gl/QKAy1t CA-CAN-SLR (camera adapter): https://goo.gl/YUHcdg
Views: 4954 AmScope Videos
Cryptomonas
 
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Views: 82 Bjørli Lehrmann
Cryptomonas at 600X magnification
 
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Cryptomonas and paraphysomonas are the first two species to appear in vast numbers one day after inoculating aqueous bacteria culture with protozoa squeezed from pond moss and algae. Cryptomonas has an off green color due to numerous polysaccharide storage bodies found in its cytoplasm. Some of the species remain very still while others move in quick, jerky motions.
Views: 358 John Thompson
Cryptomonas at 200X magnification
 
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Cryptomonas and paraphysomonas are the first two species to appear in vast numbers one day after inoculating aqueous bacteria culture with protozoa squeezed from pond moss and algae. Cryptomonas has an off green color due to numerous polysaccharide storage bodies found in its cytoplasm. Some of the species remain very still while others move in quick, jerky motions.
Views: 327 John Thompson
Paraphysomonas at 200X magnification
 
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Paraphysomonas and cryptomonas are the first two species to appear in vast numbers one day after inoculating aqueous bacteria culture with protozoa squeezed from pond moss and algae. Cryptomonas are very common and move around in lazy circles or temporarily attach themselves to the substrate. They have a golden food vacuole and supposedly contain no chloroplasts, which is why they are less colorful, but I have found some with very small chloroplast vacuoles. However, these may have also been different species that looked similar.
Views: 216 John Thompson
Mixing Liquids Under A Microscope Is Mesmerizing
 
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Five liquids were combined and filmed through a microscope to create this beautiful footage Subscribe to Vocativ: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vocativvideo Find us everywhere else: Website: http://www.vocativ.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/vocativ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Vocativ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vocativ/ Snapchat: http://www.snapchat.com/add/vocativ Vocativ explores the nexus of media and technology, where science meets storytelling. We use proprietary technology to examine the uncharted space of the Deep Web, covering topics that are vital to our changing world. Follow us for more!
Views: 1416 Vocativ
Paramecium caudatum
 
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Views: 1372 TheMicrobiology09
Plastic Under the Polarizing Microscope
 
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Today we look at a plastic bag under the microscope with polarizing filters to expose the brilliant 'birefringent' colors it gives off. Corrections/Clarifications: 3:32 The setup used in the video 'visually' appears to be removing light based an a lack of stress in the plastic but it is more accurate to say that it is showing the property of 'birefringence' in the plastic. Birefringence is a property where-by a material's 'refractive index' (or how light moves through an object) is dependent on the polarization of light shining through it and the direction of the light hitting it. In this case, the birefringence only occurs in areas that have been stressed. This is known as 'stress-induced birefringence'. When the amount of stress changes in the plastic, the birefringence changes too. Since birefringent properties of the plastic visually correlate with colors, we see a wide range colors as as the stress changes across the surface. Tighter bands of color correlate to higher stress, while wider, softer bands of color correlate to less stress. In general, the technique that lets you view these patterns is referred to as measuring the object's 'photoelasticity'. In this case it is performed by placing a polarizing filter on either size of the object and rotating one of them until the stress pattern appear. Have a good one! -The Microscopic Channel
Paramecium bursaria/ 525x microscope
 
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Paramecium bursaria / 525x microscope / DIC
Views: 1812 TheMicrobiology09
Algas Unicelulares Euglenófitas Euglena viridis
 
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Vídeo extraído do Youtube para publicação no site Projetos de Ciências. Muitos vídeos que já divulguei no site foram apagados por seus donos originais e, consequentemente, perdi o acesso aos vídeos. Para se evitar isto, copiei os vídeos para meu canal e divulguei-os aqui, com a garantia de não perdê-los. Todos os direitos reservados aos legítimos proprietários. Uso aqui no meu canal exclusivamente para o ambiente de sala de aula com meus alunos do Ensino Fundamental de escola pública municipal.
Views: 7947 Gilson Moura
Stentors in 4K with DIC
 
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Stentor trio. 4k video with sony A6300. Microscope : Nikon E600 DIC illumination Objective Nikon CFI 20/0.75 planapo.
Views: 302 Alex Fry
粒子のまわりの珪藻たちA fairly large particle is pushed around by diatoms
 
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Japanese commentary is followed by English commentary This BGM was generated by CINESCORE. 大きな粒子の周りを泳ぐさまざまな珪藻たち。粒子が時々動くのは珪藻につき動かされているからだ。 ----- 月井雄二先生(法政大)のコメント ----- 小型珪藻については,似た種類がたくさんいますので,動画だけでは種を同定するのは無理です。種を同定するには,細胞を酸で処理し,細胞壁の模様を高倍率で観察する必要があります。 左上にジッとしている細胞がいますが,内部で収縮胞が動いています。その外形と葉緑体の色から,クリプトモナスか,近い仲間だと思います。 http://protist.i.hosei.ac.jp/PDB/Images/Mastigophora/Cryptomonas/index.html Various kinds of diatoms are swimming around this particle, and sometimes bump into it, forcing the particle to move. ----- Commentary by Prof. Yuji Tsukii, Hosei University ----- There are a lot of similar-looking small diatoms. Therefore, to identify them by species, it is necessary to treat them with acid and compare the characteristic pattern of their cell wall using high magnification. There is an organisms standing still in the upper-left of the video, with its contractile vacuole moving inside. From its body shape and the color of the chloroplast, it may be Cryptomonas or a related group. http://protist.i.hosei.ac.jp/PDB/Images/Mastigophora/Cryptomonas/index.html
Views: 106 ALMuseum
Microscopic World - Various protozoans
 
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Oblique illumination. Objective: 40x Camera: Sony NEX-5R
Views: 303 Michal Jelenčiak
Euglena sp. & Dinobryon sp. (74)
 
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©Mašić, E. 2015.
Views: 58 Ermin Mašić
Phacus Gigas
 
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Views: 689 TheMicrobiology09
Rotifera observed by Epi DIC microscopy.
 
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https://inst-smallworld.blogspot.jp/ ヒルガタワムシの落射微分干渉観察像です。詳しくは上記のブログを見てください。
Views: 21 小世界研究所
Pond Water Dark Field Polarized Light Nikon Labophot Microscope
 
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Pond Water taken using a Nikon Labophot microscope, E Plan 10x objective, with the Ph3 condenser slider pushed in (making a darkfield lighting) and with polarizing filters set for almost complete blocking of the light. The polarizing filters bring out the internal organs of the animals. Camera Nikon D300s. http://www.prc68.com/I/Labophot.html
Views: 388 Brooke Clarke
Colacium, a Euglenophyte
 
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Colacium vesiculosum is one of the sessile euglenophyta; the dark mucilaginous stalks of the colony are quite visible in this movie, which also shows the eyespot and chloroplasts. The stalk is probably branched, so this is arguably fo. arbuscula. This species is commonly attached to microfauna: evidently somewhat damaged in this case. From a pond on Yardley Chase, Northamptonshire, UK. The Freshwater Algal Flora of the British Isles 2nd edn (2011), p. 184, pl. 54T-W (p. 211) http://www.algaebase.org/search/species/detail/?species_id=30485
Views: 426 Mike Guiry
Trachelomonas hispida
 
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euglenophyceae
Dalyellia viridis ,flatworm/200x/DIC
 
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Pzo Biolar microscope.
Views: 158 MultiSebba
Oscillatoria moving in a mat
 
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Oscillatoria from Heron's Head Park salt marsh pond move in the mat. 1000x oil immersion Hoffman Modulation Optics. Oscillatoria are a genus of Cyanobacteria. They are photosynthetic.
Views: 6220 WLanier
Algae Images
 
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This is a collection of microscopic photographs taken of freshwater algae. For more information or additional photographs visit: http://www.bsaenv.com All images were taken by BSA Environmental Services, Inc ©2014 BSA Environmental Services, Inc. www.bsaenv.com John Beaver, Ph.D. [email protected]
Views: 1768 bsaenv
Apocyclops panamensis
 
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This is one of our starter culture of this very useful live copepod feed. We are starting to increase the volume now and will eventually move it to a larger vessel.
Views: 322 Seahorse Breeder
Euglena spirogyra
 
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Euglena spirogyra / 1000x microscope / DIC
Views: 2498 TheMicrobiology09
Ostreopsis sp 400X
 
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This is a culture of the dinoflagellate Ostreopsis sp. isolated from a tropical marine aquarium.
Views: 1572 YorickSanchez
Chlamydomonas
 
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Chlamydomonas in higher magnification. Delta Optical Genetic Pro Mono + Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (640x)
Views: 156 Karolina Hybza
euglena - swimming, metaboly
 
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viewable: flagella stigma paramylon swimming metaboly reservoir nucleus chloroplasts pigment
Views: 166 Bio Girl
Cyanobacteria-Spirulina-Hypersalinity-Dr G. Hotos Lab, Greece (κυανοβακτήρια)
 
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The oscillating movement of a bunch of Spirulina trichomes is exhibited. This sample came from the hypersaline ponds of Messolonghi saltern. Its an extremophile strain of Spirulina that thrives in high salinity along with other cyanobacterial algae (Oscillatoria, Lyngbya, Aphanizomenon etc). The cyanobacterial life in Greek salt lakes is essentially uncharted. Dr. George N. Hotos, professor. Plankton Culture Laboratory. Department of Aquaculture & Fisheries Technology Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I.) of W. Greece 30 200 Messolonghi, greece [email protected]
Views: 157 George Hotos
Phacus tortus
 
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Bien connu des amateurs de fancy-fair
Paraphysomonas at 600X magnification
 
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Paraphysomonas and cryptomonas are the first two species to appear in vast numbers one day after inoculating aqueous bacteria culture with protozoa squeezed from pond moss and algae. Cryptomonas are very common and move around in lazy circles or temporarily attach themselves to the substrate. They have a golden food vacuole and supposedly contain no chloroplasts, which is why they are less colorful, but I have found some with very small chloroplast vacuoles. However, these may have also been different species that looked similar.
Views: 240 John Thompson
Eudorina - Phase Contrast Illumination
 
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Notice the phototropic behavior of the eudorina. The number of eudorina increases in the field of view. Notice the pair of flagella originating from each algae cell. The colony matrix shows greater contrast using phase illumination rather than DIC.
Views: 53 Donald Eames
Cyclops Waterflea Birefringence (Wasserfloh Doppelbrechung)
 
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Copepods are small pond animals. This video shows the color coded birefringence highlighting muscles of the living animal (visualized with the Millipol technology, W. Kaminsky, et al, J Microscopy 228 (2008) 153-164).
Views: 350 Werner Kaminsky
Rotifero
 
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Rotífero under a optiphot-2 pol microscope, using P.A.C.O., and oblique/DIC like illumination.
Views: 143 Sequendekis
Halteria sp.
 
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The genus Halteria is a common ciliate in the first rice season in Japan.
Views: 259 Masatsugu Yamazaki
Amyloid birefringence under a polarized microscope (Abdominal Fat FNA)
 
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Ho creato questo video con YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload)
Views: 626 Maxim Untesco
SNAIL EMBRYO POLARIZED-PACO-DARKFIELD 4X-20X
 
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Water snail embryo developing before the eclosion, magnification from 40X to 200X. Optiphot-2 microscope equiped with a Nikon D800 camera. Nikon Achromatic objectives. Several illumination techniques: P.A.C.O, Oblique, polarized, Dark and bright field illumination.
Views: 786 Sequendekis
Microscope Video of Algae with Nikon D5100 (Cross Polarized)
 
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Algae from water fountain. Shot with Nikon D5100 mounted on microscope with Nikon E Plan 100x oil objective. Unpolarized and cross polarized video.
Views: 193 James Yeh
Another Rotifer Feeding
 
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Rotifer feeding on mostly tetraselmis.
Views: 90 Dylan Taft
Long diatom (Synedra)
 
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This is another video in a collection of diatoms found in a single petri dish. This is a long diatom, probably of the genus Synedra. These are common in my water samples, although it is more common to see them grouped together in long chains.
Views: 588 PondWaterWorld 2.0
Bacteria - Bacillus, filamentous bacteria
 
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Bacteria / 1000x microscope / DIC
Views: 1817 TheMicrobiology09
Synura sp.
 
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This video is for my friend from Peru.
Views: 447 damirepic
Cyclops
 
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These guys infected one of my euglena cultures and ate all my euglena *shakes fist*, so I thought I would take a closer look at one. It is a type of copepod called a Cyclops. You can see its one big eye in the front. This one is about 1300um (1.3mm) long.
Views: 1022 PeacefulProtist
HYDRA VULGARIS darkfield polarized microscope mikroskop algae 1
 
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PAREJA DE HYDRA VULGARIS EN CAMPO OSCURO CON LUZ POLARIZADA A ONE PAIR HYDRA VULGARIS IN DARKFIELD INTO POLARIZING LIGHT En aprox 45x aprox. , en foco primario acercando al máximo de la capacidad de enfoque del microscopio el ocular digital de 1.3mpx para que entrasen en el campo visual las hydras.
Ciliado Chilodonella nacimiento - Chilodonella ciliated birth
 
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Ya hemos observado muchas veces a este pequeño ciliado. Acá observamos el final de su proceso de division. Lo encontramos en agua dulce estancada frente a una casa en Montevideo - Uruguay - América del Sur. Contraste de fase. Objetivo de inmersión 100X Cámara panasonic GH4 Música: guitarrista Victor Gomez We have already seen many times this little ciliated. Here we see the end of the process of division. We found it in stagnant fresh water in front of a house in Montevideo - Uruguay - South America. Phase contrast. 100X immersion objective Panasonic GH4 camera Music: guitarist Victor Gomez
Views: 126 microuruguay

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