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What is CRYPTOBIOSIS? What does CRYPTOBIOSIS mean? CRYPTOBIOSIS meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is CRYPTOBIOSIS? What does CRYPTOBIOSIS mean? CRYPTOBIOSIS meaning - CRYPTOBIOSIS pronunciation - CRYPTOBIOSIS definition - CRYPTOBIOSIS explanation - How to pronounce CRYPTOBIOSIS? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Cryptobiosis is an ametabolic state of life entered by an organism in response to adverse environmental conditions such as desiccation, freezing, and oxygen deficiency. In the cryptobiotic state, all measurable metabolic processes stop, preventing reproduction, development, and repair. When environmental conditions return to being hospitable, the organism will return to its metabolic state of life as it was prior to the cryptobiosis. Anhydrobiosis is the most studied form of cryptobiosis and occurs in situations of extreme desiccation. The term anhydrobiosis derives from the Greek for "life without water" and is most commonly used for the desiccation tolerance observed in certain invertebrate animals such as bdelloid rotifers, tardigrades, brine shrimp, nematodes, and at least one insect, a species of chironomid (Polypedilum vanderplanki). However, other life forms, including the resurrection plant Craterostigma plantagineum, the majority of plant seeds, and many microorganisms such as bakers' yeast, also exhibit desiccation tolerance. Studies have shown that some anhydrobiotic organisms can survive for decades, even centuries, in the dry state. Invertebrates undergoing anhydrobiosis often contract into a smaller shape and some proceed to form a sugar called trehalose. Desiccation tolerance in plants is associated with the production of another sugar, sucrose. These sugars are thought to protect the organism from desiccation damage. In some creatures, such as bdelloid rotifers, no trehalose has been found, which has led scientists to propose other mechanisms of anhydrobiosis, possibly involving intrinsically disordered proteins. In 2011, Caenorhabditis elegans, a nematode that is also one of the best-studied model organisms, was shown to undergo anhydrobiosis in the dauer larva stage. Further research taking advantage of genetic and biochemical tools available for this organism revealed that in addition to trehalose biosynthesis, a set of other functional pathways is involved in anhydrobiosis at the molecular level. These are mainly defense mechanisms against reactive oxygen species and xenobiotics, expression of heat shock proteins and intrinsically disordered proteins as well as biosynthesis of polyunsaturated fatty acids and polyamines. Some of them are conserved among anhydrobiotic plants and animals, suggesting that anhydrobiotic ability may depend on a set of common mechanisms. Understanding these mechanisms in detail might enable modification of non-anhydrobiotic cells, tissues, organs or even organisms so that they can be preserved in a dried state of suspended animation over long time periods. As of 2004, such an application of anhydrobiosis is being applied to vaccines. In vaccines, the process can produce a dry vaccine that reactivates once it is injected into the body. In theory, dry-vaccine technology could be used on any vaccine, including live vaccines such as the one for measles. It could also potentially be adapted to allow a vaccine's slow release, eliminating the need for boosters. This proposes to eliminate the need for refrigerating vaccines, thus making dry vaccines more widely available throughout the developing world where refrigeration, electricity, and proper storage are less accessible. Based on similar principles, lyopreservation has been developed as a technique for preservation of biological samples at ambient temperatures. In situations lacking oxygen (a.k.a., anoxia), many cryptobionts (such as M. tardigradum) take in water and become turgid and immobile, but can still survive for prolonged periods of time just as with other cryptobiological processes.....
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Rotifer desiccation - emerging from tun form (3)
 
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A slide containing 150+ ciliates, 2 rotifers, 2 tardigrades and a nematode was dried out over night. After observing no life, I removed the coverslip, added a drop of DI water and placed a new cover slip on. The following videos are my observations!
Views: 193 BO!Science
Cryptobia iubilans
 
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This video shows via light microscopy Cryptobia iubilans in the stomach and upper intestine of a discus Symphysodon sp. It starts with low power (4X), and progresses through the 10X, 20X, and 40X objectives. Note the granulomas present in the stomach and easily viewed at 4X. These are typical lesions caused by C. iubilans, and fish that survive often appear gaunt. This parasite is a serious concern in discus, many East African cichlid species, but interestingly, I have not observed them in angelfish Pterophyllum scalare. Real time.
Views: 1430 D Petty
Pyriform ciliates & _Protoopalina_
 
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Observed on wet mount of internal organs of a discus. The smaller colorless protist is _Protoopalina symphysodonis_, believed to be an endocommensal. I do not know what the larger dark protist is.
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Tardigrade feeding on nematode
 
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Incredible close up at 2:00
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Tardigrades and other Eutelic Micro-organisms
 
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Short film, describing the incredible outer space / radiation / Donald Trump / apocalypse tolerant micro-organism: the Tardigrade (aka "Water Bear"). Explanation of some of their characteristics. Short discussion about other multicelular organisms observed in the same sample: the Rotifer and the Nematode. Tardigrades are incredible little creatures, measuring up to 0.5 mm in length, and depending on the species, these can be vegetarian or feed from other organisms such as dead bacteria, and in some cases Rotifers or other Tardigrades. The Tardigrade is one of the few animals capable of surviving the vacuum of space and coming back to earth alive and kicking. It can also withstand extreme ionizing radiation environments, making it about 1000 times more radiation tolerant than the human being. Also it can withstand large pressure and temperatures while in its cryptobiotic state. Paradoxically, it normally lives much less in its normal, hydrated state (up to 2.5 years versus 30 or more years while in the cryptobiotic state). Some relevant links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tardigrade http://factslegend.org/20-interesting-tardigrade-facts/ Another interesting documentary about the Tardigrade: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7W194GQ6fHI
Views: 634 Creation Factory
Anhydrobiosis in Tardigrades (Milnesium tardigradum) - desiccation and rehydration
 
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Desiccation and rehydration in the tardigrade Milnesium tarigradum. This tardigrade dried up and became a ball-like form called "tun", and recovered after rehydrated by addition of water. This video was filmed by Dr. Daiki Horikawa Twitter: https://twitter.com/daikidhori Tardigrade Plush: http://tardy.stores.jp/
Views: 4598 Daiki D. Horikawa
Tardigrade video taken with the ioLight pocket microscope
 
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Great video of 2 tardigrades in pond water. This was taken live on the ioLight stand at the e-Luminate Light Lab at the Cambridge festival of ideas.
Tardigrades Apparently Do Huge Poops
 
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Tardigrades Apparently Do Huge Poops: https://www.livescience.com/62602-tardigrade-poop-video.html. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc9bLilE5EXf2G2VLVFbkCg?sub_confirmation=1 Here are some things that are true about tardigrades: They're tiny, measuring between 005 millimeters to 12 mm (0002 to 005 inches) long, right on the edge of visible They're not one species, but a whole phylum of animals (A phylum is a broad category; There are just 32 phyla in the animal kingdom) They're incredibly common in wet soil And they're among the hardiest creatures on Earth, able to survive dehydration, blasts of radiation, and intense swings in temperature Here's something else that's apparently true about them: They take great big poops Tessa Montague, a recent PhD graduate of Harvard's Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, posted a video on Twitter of a tardigrade, well, taking a huge poo The little animal has a large dark mass in its digestive tract, about a third of its total length And in the remarkably clear video Montague posted, the poop passes out of the tardigrade's rectum, then it kicks all eight of its little legs to squirm away from it Its two rear legs scrabble at the poo as it moves reached out by email with a few questions for Montague about the video and tardigrade poop, and her answers are printed below, lightly edited for clarity : About how often do tardigrades poop? Tessa Montague: I have no idea The scientist who provided me with the tardigrades, Bob Goldstein (a prof at UNC Chapel Hill), had not yet borne witness to tardigrade defecation when I showed him this video, so that would suggest this kind of pooping doesn’t happen very often LS: Are the poops always this big compared to their bodies? Montague: Yes (n=2) [this means she's only seen two examples] There is one other tardigrade pooping video online, and that poop was also very large Interestingly, that tardigrade seemed to struggle to relieve itself more than mine did There might be a technical explanation: My tardigrade was lightly pressed between two cover slips to keep it from moving out of the frame of the microscope, so it’s possible that by doing this, I added a little extra oomph to the poop release Hopefully the tardigrade felt as relieved as I did watching it LS: Do we know how much they weigh? Montague: No, afraid not The tardigrade is about 02 mm (0008 inches) long, so perhaps you could calculate an approximate biomass for the poop LS: What are the poops made up of? Montague: Tardigrades eat lichens, algae etc so the poop was probably partially digested lichen I captured this footage using a phase contrast setting on the microscope, so it’s in black and white In full technicolor, the poop is bright green! LS: Is there anything else you think readers should know about tardigrades and their poops? Montague: Apparently some tardigrades only poop when they molt Not this guy This species molts when it lays eggs #TardigradesApparently, #HugePoops #apparently, #video, #tardigrade, #tardigrades, #montague, #poop, #little, #huge, #poops, #theyre, #animal
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A tardigrade after rehydration
 
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This clip shows a tardigrade (Genus Limmenius) after it has been desiccated, then rehydrated. It is at x400 magnification and shot in double time. I added a drop of water from some moss to a microscope slide, then left this to dehydrate. I then rehydrated this same slide the next day, and observed this microscopic (0.2mm) animal reanimating. In their tun form, tardigrades have even been shown to survive in outer space!
Views: 254 Jake Davies
A Water Bear (tardigrade) from my backyard pond water
 
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I found this microscopic "water bear" (a.k.a., tardigrade) in an eyedropper-full of water from the backyard pond/puddle. Note the claws on its 8 legs, as well as bear-like (?) movements, that gave rise to the common name. They can survive complete desiccation ("cryptobiosis") that is common in their natural habitats of small puddles of water and mossy area. This one measures about 0.25mm (1/100 of an inch) in length. I released it to the same water where I found it. [Specimen collected on 3/4/2010. Location: Pleasanton, CA, USA] For more info, you may want to explore Martin Mach's wonderful Water Bear website: http://www.baertierchen.de/main_engl.html
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Tardigrade Swimming.m4v
 
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Tardigrade (water bear) isolated from moss, shown at magnifications ranging from approximately 100X to160X.
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Tardigrade microscopy
 
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Video of a tardigrade under the microscope. 400x magnification.
Views: 1023 Brian Keebler
Tardigrade (Water Bear)
 
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Water Bear under dark field
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Tardigrade in water
 
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Video recording of Hypsibius dujardini, a species of Tardigarde, from a culture. Observed under a microcope on a slide with a cover slip and water
Views: 70 Katie Hall
Cool facts about tardigrades, or the water bear
 
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Scientists are just starting to understand the tardigrade. It can survive boiling water, outer space, and extreme radiation. Humans are just starting to understand this nearly invincible creature — and it's fascinating
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Dark Paradise Part 3
 
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Another Dark Field Microscopy video, this sample was taken from a stored sample of dried soil and cyanobacteria from my rain gutter. I added some drinking water from a water bottle, and the paradise came back to life! The tardigrades and rotifers had entered a state of cryptobiosis while in the dried environment. Exposure to water activated cell pathways in the organisms which brought their metabolism back to normal.
Views: 126 Ryan Toh
Tardigrade (waterbear or moss piglet)
 
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I found some waterbears, here is one I was able to film under the microscope :D
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tardigrade egg
 
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Tardigrade egg
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Tardigrade in Wastewater
 
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Tardigrades: Dormant Tuns emerge in time lapse
 
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Water Bears emerging from dried "tun" state. Time lapse portion of video condenses 3 hours into 15 seconds. For this video with vocal narration see: http://youtu.be/rE-6c45DaiI Water Bears are also called Tardigrades. They live in moss, lichen, and other moist environments. Viewed through the microscope they look like miniature bears with 8 legs. They can survive dry spells by going into a dormant stage called a "tun". In that state they can lose up to 99% of their moisture content and still survive. Water bear tuns have been seen to be viable in dried museum specimens many years old. In the video as water is added we can see the dried tuns rehydrate and swell. Within 30 minutes several are already active and due to time lapse look like they are bouncing from here to there. The end of the video will go back to real time footage so you can see how they move in real life. For videophiles out there this footage was captured at 1080p at 25fps
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The Unique Bdellas
 
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potentpotis has made a comment on The Unique Bdellas: I am the first poster, wow. I know creation is the only logical answer. For one he has talked to me for 45 years or more. Two, No mater what it is nothing from nothing leaves nothing. I borrowed that from Billy Preston. As much as I want a new Ferrari, one will never appear in my driveway. A Ferrari is a marvel of engineering. But doesn't even compare to the human body, or ANY life form.It takes math, metal, time, inspiration, chemicals, it takes a genius to design a car. But Earth and Life just potentpotis has made a comment on The Unique Bdellas: just, happened?I think not. Every herd of cows has an owner, every apartment has a landlord.The apes don't have ANY commandments, nor stories passed down for thousands of years. God could be as simple as space traveler who saw a small empty planet and seeded his DNA. But, I think he created the Earth as Gen. states, I scientist invited quit a few of his colleges to his lab. Once there they were astonished at the Model galaxy which was just sitting there. They ask "where did you get this?cont- potentpotis has made a comment on The Unique Bdellas: He replied, "I came to work this morning and this had appeared." At first his colleagues laughed, then became perturbed, when he stuck his answer." They all got mad and left. The next day all of them returned, to see if he would relent, and tell the truth. About who had built this marvel model galaxy. He told them again "it just appeared!!" This time the threats started, his peers knew this was IMPOSSIBLE!! They threatened him, to run him out of science of town.Finally he said, you won't except potentpotis has made a comment on The Unique Bdellas: that a toy galaxy can appear all on its own.Yet, you think that the REAL ONE DID? According to the story 435 athirst became Christians that day.Because he had run them through with LOGIC!!! This happened around 1910.Why did the scientist of 1910 understand logic yet the scientist of 2013,are HELL bent not believing creation at any cost.They are phobic in their disbelief, it is sad for the world, science, and GOD. He thinks giving us intelligence might have been a mistake,his plan was to wait. Evolutionists, you are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Evolution Zone! Bdelloids have been of interest to those interested in the evolutionary role of sexual reproduction, because it has disappeared entirely from the group: males are not present within the species, and females reproduce exclusively by parthenogenesis.[1] Each individual has paired gonads. Despite the fact that they have been asexual for millions of years, they have diversified into more than 300 species and are fairly similar to other sexually-reproducting rotifer species. Now, back to real science: Bdelloids typically have a well-developed corona, divided into two parts, on a retractable head. When these unusual creatures spring from hibernation, they undergo a fascinating and possibly unique genetic process. A study conducted by Matthew Meselson of Harvard University suggests that when bdelloid rotifers recover from suspended animation, they incorporate foreign DNA when patching up their own ruptured cell membranes.[2][3] Any DNA in proximity to the organisms can be included in the new genome, including semi-digested food. This may be interpreted as an intermediate between true asexual and sexual reproduction.
Views: 153 Dave Flang
Hand held iPhone video of tardigrade
 
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www.tardigradehunters.weebly.com - Tardigrade from Henderson County, NC. Video taken by J. Heppert.
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Tardigrade molt eggs
 
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A tardigrade molt that has eggs laid inside of it. The cells in the eggs are moving around and forming. The egg at the top seems to be formed and almost ready to hatch.
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Anhydrobiosis - It's alive!
 
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Sea-monkeys at extreme close-up!
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Cryptobiosis | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptobiosis 00:00:35 1 Forms 00:00:44 1.1 Anhydrobiosis 00:05:07 1.2 Anoxybiosis 00:09:15 1.3 Chemobiosis 00:09:35 1.4 Cryobiosis 00:10:27 1.5 Osmobiosis 00:10:59 2 Examples 00:12:09 3 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.7814145671317285 Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-F "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Cryptobiosis is a metabolic state of life entered by an organism in response to adverse environmental conditions such as desiccation, freezing, and oxygen deficiency. In the cryptobiotic state, all measurable metabolic processes stop, preventing reproduction, development, and repair. When environmental conditions return to being hospitable, the organism will return to its metabolic state of life as it was prior to the cryptobiosis.
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Tardigrade Movement # 2, 100x
 
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Another video of the same tardigrade.
Views: 249 jrputman
TARDIGRADE - DISKRIMINASI ( FOOTAGE )  at MALANG "TRIBUTE TO DIMMY"
 
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Views: 172 Tardigrade Official
How to Pronounce Acanthocephala
 
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Tumblin' Tardigrade
 
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A tardigrade moving along a glass slide at 400 power
Views: 242 Harry Mueller
Tardigrade, moss piglet, water bear.
 
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Multicellular invertebrate Tardigrade sp. Multicellular invertabrate 100X 450µm long = .45mm microscopesafari.com
Tardigrade: Water bear, first animal to survive in space, on mars
 
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Scientists believe a tiny eight-legged creature will be the last surviving life form on Earth and could survive catastrophes including a massive asteroid impact. The tardigrade can live up to 30 years without food or water, can endure temperatures from close to absolute zero to 150C, and even survive in space. The bug-like organism, also known as a water bear, only measures around half a millimetre. They have been found in all kinds of habitats from the Himalayas to the bottom of the sea, but most species live in a watery environment and can often be found living on lichens and mosses. Research suggests tardigrades will outlive humans and are likely to be around for quite a while - another 10 billion years, or until the death of the sun. They would likely survive all astrophysical calamities, including asteroids, exploding stars in the form of supernovae or gamma ray bursts, according to research from Oxford and Harvard universities. The ability of tardigrades to survive should spur on the search for life on Mars, said the co-author of a report into the creatures. "Tardigrades are as close to indestructible as it gets on Earth, but it is possible that there are other resilient species examples elsewhere in the universe," said Dr Rafael Alves Batista from Oxford University. "In this context there is a real case for looking for life on Mars and in other areas of the solar system in general." The research was published in the journal Scientific Reports. #Trendingrainbow
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Tardigrades and Bonus Leeuwenhoek: Bite Sci-zed
 
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Tardigrades are adorable BAMFs. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BiteSciZed Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlexDainis Check back every Monday for a new Bite Sci-zed chunk of science! Where to buy stuffed tardigrades: http://www.etsy.com/listing/118955740/plush-tardigrade-orange-and-yellow-water http://www.giantmicrobes.com/uk/products/waterbear.html Sources: http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/12855775 http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/science/2012/09/how-does-the-tiny-waterbear-survive-in-outer-space/ http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130306.html http://books.google.com/books?id=7t8IQ1x6x3IC&pg=PA97&lpg=PA97&dq=On+certain+animalcules+found+in+the+sediments+in+gutter+of+the+roofs+of+houses&source=bl&ots=sB1PcXXZEe&sig=4EBTv-XxhKxU3ph23FHA2GDfvWU&hl=en&sa=X&ei=u-Y7UdDSAcbw0QH-qIH4CQ&ved=0CDcQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=On%20certain%20animalcules%20found%20in%20the%20sediments%20in%20gutter%20of%20the%20roofs%20of%20houses&f=false Adult Tardigrade image used under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 generic license. Found at: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Adult_tardigrade.jpg Author: Goldstein Lab, September 28, 2009 Tun image used under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 generic license. Found at: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hypsibiusdujardini.jpg Author: Gabriel and Goldstein, June 18, 2007 NASA APOD Page from March 6, 2013 found here: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130306.html First Tardigrade image credit the ESA, found here: http://www.nasa.gov/connect/chat/extreme_chat.html C. Elegans Image is public domain, from the NIH, found here: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Enlarged_c_elegans.jpg Drosophila Image used under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 generic license. Found at: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Drosophila_melanogaster_-_side_(aka).jpg Author: Andre Karwath, July 16, 2005 Leeuwenhoek image is public domain, from the NIH, found here: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Anton_van_Leeuwenhoek.png
Views: 6731 Alex Dainis
Cryptobiosis - Ametabolic Darkest State Of Life [EP] (Full Album)
 
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Artist: Cryptobiosis Album: Ametabolic Darkest State Of Life Genre: Gorenoise © Cryptobiosis Tracklist: 1. An darkest ametabolic state of life [desiccation, freezing, and oxygen deficiency] 2. Entered In response to adverse environmental conditions [essentially live indefinitely until environmental conditions return to being hospitable]
Views: 189 UltimateNoise
Tardigrade (water bear)
 
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The one starting at 0:13 is shedding an exoskeleton. There's also an exoskeleton near the one starting at 0:42. They're difficult to keep in focus at this magnification as the wiggle around. Actual length is less than a millimeter.
Views: 102 JonSherlingMusic
What does anhydrobiosis mean?
 
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What does anhydrobiosis mean? A spoken definition of anhydrobiosis. Intro Sound: Typewriter - Tamskp Licensed under CC:BA 3.0 Outro Music: Groove Groove - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under CC:BA 3.0 Intro/Outro Photo: The best days are not planned - Marcus Hansson Licensed under CC-BY-2.0 Book Image: Open Book template PSD - DougitDesign Licensed under CC:BA 3.0 Text derived from: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/anhydrobiosis
Ciliates
 
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Ciliates are cilia covered protozoans
Views: 169 Sakkeer Hussain
Acanthocephala - S5-T3 (Outro)
 
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Artist: Acanthocephala Album: The Most Noisy Bands on the Planet Pt. 2 Genre: Gorenoise © Acanthocephala
Views: 175 UltimateNoise
Cryptobiosis | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptobiosis 00:00:37 1 Forms 00:00:46 1.1 Anhydrobiosis 00:05:30 1.2 Anoxybiosis 00:10:00 1.3 Chemobiosis 00:10:20 1.4 Cryobiosis 00:11:16 1.5 Osmobiosis 00:11:49 2 Examples 00:13:04 3 See also Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. Listen on Google Assistant through Extra Audio: https://assistant.google.com/services/invoke/uid/0000001a130b3f91 Other Wikipedia audio articles at: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=wikipedia+tts Upload your own Wikipedia articles through: https://github.com/nodef/wikipedia-tts Speaking Rate: 0.7443450630755365 Voice name: en-US-Wavenet-E "I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think." - Socrates SUMMARY ======= Cryptobiosis is a metabolic state of life entered by an organism in response to adverse environmental conditions such as desiccation, freezing, and oxygen deficiency. In the cryptobiotic state, all measurable metabolic processes stop, preventing reproduction, development, and repair. When environmental conditions return to being hospitable, the organism will return to its metabolic state of life as it was prior to the cryptobiosis.
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Long-term preservation of Tetrahymena stored at room temperature.
 
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In flasks with a thin layer of medium, the tetrahymenas must be subpassaged (serial transfer) every 2-3 weeks. On the other hand, they are able to survive for a year in a deep culture (tube) that provides a large gradient of oxygen concentration.
Views: 152 Bernard Jenni
Monommata
 
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Imaged with an Olympus CK2 phase contrast microscope
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