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- Euglena is a genus of single-celled flagellate eukaryotes. It is the best known and most widely studied member of the cl**** Euglenoidea, a diverse group...
- Euglena gracilis is a species of single-celled Eukaryote algae in the genus Euglena. They have a secondary chloroplast and can feed by photosynthesis...
- Euglena sanguinea is a species of the genus Euglena. The red colour is due to the presence of astaxanthin and the cells can be populous enough to colour...
- Paramylon is a carbohydrate similar to starch. The chloroplasts found in Euglena contain chlorophyll which aids in the synthesis of carbohydrates to be...
- plasma membrane overlaying the pigmented bodies. The eyespot apparatus of Euglena comprises the paraflagellar body connecting the eyespot to the flagellum...
- issues involved in their use. Euglena gracilis is a motile freshwater photosynthetic flagellate. Although Euglena is rather tolerant to acidity, it...
- Astasia sp. (Euglenales) Euglena, Astasia and Phacus spp. (Euglenales) Euglena, Phacus and Lepocinclis spp. (Euglenales) ...
- et al. (1988 and 1989) reported examples of a novel type of introns in Euglena chloroplast. In 1989, David A.Christopher and Richard B.Hallick proposed...
- Euglenophycin is an ichthyotoxic compound isolated from Euglena sanguinea, a protist of the genus Euglena. It exhibits anticancer and herbicidal activity in...
- D-glucans. Barras, D.R.; Stone, B.A. (1969). "β-1,3-Glucan hydrolases from Euglena gracilis. I. The nature of the hydrolases". Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 191...