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Selectivity in phagocytosis and persistence of symbiotic algae in the scyphistoma stage of the jellyfish Cassiopeia xamachana

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing Papers of a Biological Character

Aug 22, 1983

N J Colley, R K Trench

Abstract

We have investigated whether interactions between cell-surface macromolecules play a role in cellular recognition leading to specificity in the establishment of intracellular symbiosis between dinoflagellates and the polyp (scyphistoma) stage of the jellyfish Cassiopeia xamachana. All s...read more

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Jellyfish
Polyps
Membrane
Phylum dinoflagellata
Isolectins
Sea Nettle, West Coast
Protoplasm
Cassiopea xamachana
dinoflagellate toxin
Symbiodinium microadriaticum
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Selectivity in phagocytosis and persistence of symbiotic algae in the scyphistoma stage of the jellyfish Cassiopeia xamachana

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing Papers of a Biological Character

Aug 22, 1983

N J Colley, R K Trench

PMID: 22470960

DOI: 10.1098/rspb.1983.0059

Abstract

We have investigated whether interactions between cell-surface macromolecules play a role in cellular recognition leading to specificity in the establishment of intracellular symbiosis between dinoflagellates and the polyp (scyphistoma) stage of the jellyfish Cassiopeia xamachana. All s...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Jellyfish
Polyps
Membrane
Phylum dinoflagellata
Isolectins
Sea Nettle, West Coast
Protoplasm
Cassiopea xamachana
dinoflagellate toxin
Symbiodinium microadriaticum
61
1

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Molecular cloning of Rab5 (ApRab5) in Aiptasia pulchella and its retention in phagosomes harboring live zooxanthellae

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