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The Ocelloid

The Ocelloid

Through the eye of a microbe

A quick dive into the protist world (Part II): Plastids

(Part I here) In the previous post of this series (way too long ago...), we went on a little diving adventure into the microscopic world with our ocelloid-bearing Nematodinium , starting off with giant kelp forests and gradually zooming into the critters living on the blade surfaces and wading deep into the molecular world of genomes -- barely scratching the surface, of course. In this installment, we'll look a little more at how these critters interact with each other -- and with bacteria -- sometimes with lasting consequences.

December 30, 2011 — Psi Wavefunction

Carnival of Evolution #42: Answers to life, the universe and everything

Don't panic -- welcome to the forty-second Carnival of Evolution! Please bear with me and pretend it's still Dec 1st -- I had just recently emerged from a wormhole in time, caused by being in a protistologist's heaven: Dalhousie University in Halifax, with about 30-40 dedicated protist geeks milling about.

December 5, 2011 — Psi Wavefunction
Welcome to The Ocelloid!

Welcome to The Ocelloid!

We humans are a storytelling species, enamored with our own fantasies and imagination. Throughout all times and places our many cultures have devised fascinating tales of adventures and origins, stretching the limits of our minds —  sometimes with the gentle assistance of a little ethnobotany.

July 5, 2011 — Psi Wavefunction

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