Monday, April 18, 2022

Hydra: Links

The below are articles considered based on images for comparison in Microscopy. Of  my own live blood Microscopy picture for biotoxin illness aka toxic mold (illness).

Resources for comparison:

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Plasma angiotensin-converting enzyme

Not peer reviewed:

Cellular multifunctionality in the muscle activity of Hydra vulgaris
John SzymanskiRafael Yuste

Unknown if Peer Reviewed:
Hydra's Four nematocysts.

Best one for Hydra electron microscopy of cindarian:  
Özbek, Suat. (2010). The cnidarian nematocyst: A miniature extracellular matrix within a secretory vesicle. Protoplasma. 248. 635-40. 10.1007/s00709-010-0219-4.

Tortiglione, Claudia. "An Ancient Model Organism to Test In Vivo Novel Functional Nanocrystals". Biomedical Engineering - From Theory to Applications, edited by Reza Fazel-Rezai, IntechOpen, 2011. 10.5772/21038.

Blackwell Publishing Ltd 36 ORIGINAL ARTICLE Determination of proliferation by flow cytometry Quantification of cell-cycle distribution and mitotic index in Hydra by flow cytometry - Scientific Figure on ResearchGate. Available from: [accessed 18 Apr, 2022]

Campbell, R. & Iñiguez, A. & Iñiguez, Alonso & Martínez, D.. (2013). Hydra of Hawaii: Phylogenetic relationships with continental species. Hydrobiologia. 713. 10.1007/s10750-013-1508-7.