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Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 21:415-468, 1901   By: (1869-1943)

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Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 21:415-468, 1901 by Gary N. (Gary Nathan) Calkins offers an insightful and comprehensive exploration of the diverse world of marine protozoa. Despite its age, this publication continues to be a valuable resource for researchers, marine biologists, and anyone interested in the fascinating realm of microscopic organisms in the sea.

Calkins, a renowned authority in the field, presents a meticulously detailed study that showcases his expertise and dedication to the subject matter. The book begins with a thorough introduction that outlines the importance of marine protozoa in the ecosystem, their classification, and the techniques employed in their study. This foundation serves as a solid framework for the subsequent detailed analysis.

The author's approach is systematic and thorough, providing a comprehensive overview of the various types of marine protozoa. The book covers a wide range of species, exploring their taxonomy, morphology, ecology, and distribution. Calkins' descriptive writing style enhances the reader's understanding, ensuring that even non-experts can follow along with ease.

One of the notable strengths of this work is the inclusion of numerous illustrations and micrographs. These visual aids greatly enhance the reader's comprehension of the subject matter, allowing for a more immersive experience. Additionally, the inclusion of accurate and detailed drawings serves as a reference for those venturing into the field or conducting their own observations.

The book is not without its limitations, however, as its scientific terminology and technical language may pose a challenge for readers unfamiliar with the subject matter. Furthermore, being published over a century ago, some of the information presented may not align with current scientific understanding or technological advancements. Nevertheless, the knowledge and insights shared by Calkins remain invaluable, serving as a historical record of the early study of marine protozoa.

In conclusion, Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 21:415-468, 1901 by Gary N. Calkins is a seminal work that reflects the author's expertise and commitment to understanding the world of marine protozoa. This book successfully bridges the gap between academia and the general reader, offering a captivating exploration of these intriguing microscopic organisms. Despite its age, it remains a valuable resource for anyone interested in marine biology, protozoa, or the historical development of scientific research in this field.

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Contributions from the Biological Laboratory of the U. S. Fish Commission, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

MARINE PROTOZOA FROM WOODS HOLE.

by

GARY N. GALKINS, Department of Zoology, Columbia University.

Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 21:415 468, 1901

Comparatively little has been done in this country upon marine Protozoa. A few observations have been made by Kellicott, Stokes, and Peck, but these have not been at all complete. With the exception of Miss Stevens's excellent description of species of Lichnophora I am aware of no single papers on individual forms. Peck ('93 and '95) clearly stated the economic position of marine Protozoa as sources of food, and I need not add to his arguments. It is of interest to know the actual species of various groups in any locality and to compare them with European forms. The present contribution is only the beginning of a series upon the marine Protozoa at Woods Hole, and the species here enumerated are those which were found with the algæ along the edge of the floating wharf in front of the Fish Commission building and within a space of about 20 feet. Many of them were observed in the water and algæ taken fresh from the sea; others were found only after the water had been allowed to stand for a few days in the laboratory... Continue reading book >>




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