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Studies on the rumen flagellate Neocallimastix frontalis

Journal of General Microbiology

Dec 1, 1975

C G Orpin

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The vast increase in the population density of the rumen flagellate Neocallimastix frontalis shortly after the host animal has commenced eating is caused by stimulation of a reproductive body on a vegetative phase of the organism to differentiate and liberate the flagellates. The stimul...read more

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Strepto-Hefa
Central Nervous System Stimulants
Protein Biosynthesis
Cilia
Fungi
Central Nervous System Stimulant [EPC]
Rumen
Dall Sheep
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  • Studies on the rumen flagellate Neocallimastix frontalis

    Journal of General Microbiology

    Dec 1, 1975

    C G Orpin

    PMID: 1462

    DOI: 10.1099/00221287-91-2-249

    Abstract

    The vast increase in the population density of the rumen flagellate Neocallimastix frontalis shortly after the host animal has commenced eating is caused by stimulation of a reproductive body on a vegetative phase of the organism to differentiate and liberate the flagellates. The stimul...read more

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    Central Nervous System Stimulants
    Protein Biosynthesis
    Cilia
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