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Post by SarahBione » Thu Sep 14, 2006 8:05 pm

Skytroll wrote:The CDC said there are no meds or diagnosis for that matter for algae(mycocystins).

No meds or diagnosis for... *what* matter? You said there were no tests for bacteria, algae, for fungus, and that is not true. There is medicine for bacteria, as well as fungus, as well as algae.... so I'm not sure what you're trying to say.

I also can't find a single reputable website mycocystin, only what you have written. I don't know what that is, but certainly it is not an "algae" as seem to think. The very prefix "myco" inherently refers to a fungus, not an algae. I think you may have your terms might be mixed up?

skytroll wrote:Doctors say you have excessive bacteria, so here is an antibiotic, and if they do not believe antibiotics help heal colds or virus, you will not be given one, until the brochial spasms are too great, then of course they will give you anti-fungi....

I am certain no doctor has prescribed an antibiotic for "excessive bacteria." Rather, a "bacterial infection" is the purpose for an antibiotic. Antibiotics do not help virii, no matter what one "believes." Here is a comprehensive website which might help:

skytroll wrote:I know of a person who took samples to the University, and reps from the EPA, the FBI, the military, USDA, and other govt. officials were there. They told her what to do, but, to not mention what it was.

To what University? To whom in the EPA? FBI? What branch of the military? All of these terms are so vague they are meaningless. If "they" told "her" not to mention what it was, why should that stop her from mentioning what it is? That's just silly.

skytroll wrote: The only thing in the South that has gotten out of hand is the Phorid fly. Cannot be tested for that in Michigan.

One can "test" for a phorid fly anywhere. You take the fly, put it in a airtight bottle of isopropyl alcohol, and send it to an entomologist, preferably someone in taxonomy.

skytroll wrote:I will not mention the person, by name. That is not what is important.

To the contrary, it's very important to me. Not the name, but some evidence that there is actually a person and their experiences are legitimate.

skytroll wrote:No tests for altered bacterias, microbes used for bioremediation, biodegradation, or biocontrol of insects.

Forr all of these things that are really words. No matter how altered the bacteria, it can be identified as a bacteria. Same goes for insect. What makes something a bacteria or insect are inherent and cannot be changed, otherwise it wouldn't be a bacteria or insect, regardless of the alteration. Bioremediation or biodegradation, sounds like a job for a conservationist society.

skytroll wrote:You pick fights on other blogs, Sarah Conner, for one. She is trying her best to treat her illness, which we do not have to call Morgellons. I would say is a fiber disease, or MorphBorg, or a bioweapon release, or a university lab release, because of it's morphing, ability to change shape, ability.

Sarach Conner admits to needlessly and baselessly yelling at me and calling me names-- again, for absolutely no reason. She has apologized to me about this, and says she is sorry for taking out her anger on someone who has not provoked her in any way. Ask her about it, if you wish. Meanwhile, if a person wants to debate on a blog, then they need to take the heat of someone questioning them. It's not therapy, it's a blog.

skytroll wrote:Oh, I have been all over the American Society of Microbiology....

You avoid the point. You can contact any of these people to do a test to identify a bacteria for you.

skytroll wrote:Okay, so you don't know about the coverup, is that right? Well, I guess it is whatever one wants to believe.

I completely agree. You accuse me of being part of a conspiracy, a coverup, of which I have no idea. It's true, you will believe what you want to believe, and I choose to believe along the razor of Occam.

skytroll wrote:So, Sarah, willing to admit when I have shot myself in the foot. Ouch........

I'm not sure what this means...?

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Post by London » Thu Sep 14, 2006 8:12 pm

well look who's here....

hey, don't know if your still writing for Marge, I have not been there one time in nearly a week, but if you are, please give my regards to Smiley
and TC oh, hell, all of them for me....Oh, I miss them greatly. I started back to work more and do not have the time to go....thanks if you can get them the message SBD.


Hey , from your great post , I started snooping around the net and well, jeez, this is from my neck of the woods. I thought you would be most interested.....
Artificial blood: an update on current red cell and platelet substitutes ... id=1291332

yes, MM, I'm aware that maybe is not what you referred to, but wanted to throw it out, nevertheless. Yes, again, your hyperlink proves to be invalueable. Sludge, nuclear waste in my home....
PS: Don't forget about those Wasp.....I;m thinking those plant fibers and the secretions from the toxins of the wasp venom, well, it helps-actually, it builds their HIVe.......maybe this is there coloquialism for HIVIII??? also, they are probably going to use the architectual skills of the wasp and use it to build a dome over their biosphere.....? Hmm...domething to think about.....
Anyhoo, got this from MM link.. ... 2may03.htm

Strange!! Has anyone else noticed "Puffs of Hot air coming from your hard drive> media insert slots? And, I must start wearing sunglasses when I'm online? this good advice? Thanks for telling us sooner, thanks a lot....

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Post by Skytroll » Thu Sep 14, 2006 9:43 pm

Sarah B.,

For one thing Cyanobacteria is all over the Great Lakes. I know where I live, and I know the Studies in Mi and in other parts of the World. I know my Michigan.
It is out there, this is not me talking. I do have degree, Sarah, and do know how to research, and investigate, the old school, you wouldn't know about that.
It is called READING. In order to educate oneself, one needs to read, many studies, of which I have done.
I will give out no info to you that is precise, because you will twist it. Reverse Psychology, I know all about that.
Another thing, we Morgies protect each other. The real ones, the ones suffering this Morgellons - like disease which is very physical, which you do not seem to get.
Anyway, read some Science mags, go to the Institutes webs sites, they are all over the US and abroad.
I rest my case. You can argue all you want, but, you will be arguing with yourself.
I have more important things to do.


Hi Ya. Wondered where you went. Yeah, got some midges floating around here lately, sorta like that plankii stuff, just appear. Bet they are carrying that Wolbachia stuff. S. mansoni might just be connected to them. If the Midges and Phorids carry that Wolbachi, well then, that s. mansoni or oncho might be included along with the 12 other bugs, as the vectors of the worm.
Their wings seem bigger than last year.
A bit odd.

Some want us to believe this is from outer space, I think not.


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Post by Skytroll » Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:32 pm


You got it! Look at this:

SV40 Cancer Articles

There are over 3,400 scientific articles with SV40 in the title and over 15,000 articles that mention or discuss SV40. This list, therefore, is far from comprehensive, but only provides an example of some articles by experts in the field.


An increasing number of scientific reports have described evidence for a polyomavirus, simian virus 40, in a highly select group of human tumours. How did a simian virus infect humans and is the virus a passenger in tumours or is it important in their pathogenesis? This study states that SV40 should be considered a group 2A carcinogen.

-- Gazdar AF, Butel JS, Carbone M., SV40 and human tumours: myth, association or causality? Nat Rev Cancer. 2002 Dec;2(12):957-64.

SV40 and Children

SV40 DNA was identified in samples from 4 of 20 children (1 Wilms' tumor, 3 transplanted kidney samples). Sequence variation among SV40 regulatory regions ruled out laboratory contamination of specimens. This study shows the presence of SV40 infections in pediatric patients born after 1982.

-- Butel JS, et al., Molecular evidence of simian virus 40 infections in children. J Infect Dis. 1999 Sep;180(3):884-7.

SV40 in Tumors and Blood from Blood Donors

SV40 large T-antigen sequences were detected at high prevalence, in human biopsies of primary brain (37-44%) and bone (21-37%) tumors, in cell cultures derived from brain (30-54%) and bone (53-80%) tumors. SV40 Tag sequences were detected in 29% of buffy coats of blood donors. However, only four brain tumor cell lines showed all the five regions of the SV40 genome investigated.

-- Martini F, et al., Different simian virus 40 genomic regions and sequences homologous with SV40 large T antigen in DNA of human brain and bone tumors and of leukocytes from blood donors. Cancer. 2002 Feb 15;94(4):1037-48.

Human Exposure

Our data demonstrate that humans were exposed to SV40 viruses with both one 72-bp enhancer and two 72-bp enhancers SV40 through contaminated vaccines. Our data also suggest that instead of cytopathic tests, immunohistochemical and/or molecular studies should be used to screen poliovaccines for SV40 to completely eliminate the risk of occasional contamination.

-- Rizzo P, et al., Unique strains of SV40 in commercial poliovaccines from 1955 not readily identifiable with current testing for SV40 infection. Cancer Res. 1999 Dec 15;59(24):6103-8.

Our data suggests that there may be an increased incidence of certain cancers among the 98 million persons exposed to contaminated polio vaccine in the U.S.; further investigations are clearly justified.

-- Fisher SG, et al., Cancer risk associated with simian virus 40 contaminated polio vaccine. Anticancer Res. 1999 May-Jun;19(3B):2173-80.

Brain Cancers and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

This review examines the molecular biology, pathology, and clinical data implicating SV40 in the pathogenesis of primary human brain cancers and NHL.

-- Vilchez RA, Butel JS., SV40 in human brain cancers and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Oncogene. 2003 Aug 11;22(33):5164-72.


This review examines the data implicating SV40 in the pathogenesis of human lymphomas and discusses future directions to define the causative role for SV40 in these malignancies.

-- Vilchez RA, Butel JS. Simian virus 40 and its association with human lymphomas. Curr Oncol Rep. 2003 Sep;5(5):372-9.

Bone Tumors

These results indicate that SV40-like sequences are present in human bone tumors.

-- Carbone M, et al., SV40-like sequences in human bone tumors. Oncogene. 1996 Aug 1;13(3):527-35.


A simian virus, SV40, has been associated with malignant mesotheliomas and is a probable cofactor in tumor development. The molecular changes caused by each of these major etiologic factors and their interrelationships are the focus of this review.

-- Gazdar AF, Carbone M., Molecular pathogenesis of malignant mesothelioma and its relationship to simian virus 40. Clin Lung Cancer. 2003 Nov;5(3):177-81.

Various Cancers

Review of thirteen studies that establish that SV40 is associated significantly with brain tumors, bone cancers, malignant mesothelioma, and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

-- Vilchez RA, et al., Simian virus 40 in human cancers. Am J Med. 2003 Jun 1;114(8):675-84.

SV40 Strains

The regulatory region (RR) of simian virus 40 (SV40) contains enhancer/promoter elements and an origin of DNA replication. Natural SV40 isolates from simian brain or kidney tissues typically have an archetypal RR arrangement with a single 72-basepair enhancer element. A rare simpler, shorter SV40 RR exists that lacks a duplicated sequence in the G/C-rich region and is termed protoarchetypal. Occasionally, SV40 strain variants arise de novo that have complex RRs, which typically contain sequence reiterations, rearrangements, and/or deletions. These variants replicate faster and to higher titers in tissue culture; we speculate that such faster-growing variants were selected when laboratory strains of SV40 were initially recovered. SV40 strains with archetypal RRs have been found in some human brain tumors. The possible implications of these findings and a brief review of the SV40 RR structure are presented.

-- Lednicky JA, Butel JS, Simian virus 40 regulatory region structural diversity and the association of viral archetypal regulatory regions with human brain tumors. Semin Cancer Biol. 2001 Feb;11(1):39-47.

Government Scientists Compromise SV40 Study

Presently there are over 61 reports from 49 different laboratories that have detected SV40 in human mesothelioma, lymphoma, brain and bone tumors, versus three reports, two from Dr. Shah's laboratory who performed his study under contract from Dr. Strickler at the Viral Epidemiology Branch (VEB) National Cancer Institute (USA) that have failed to detect SV40 in some of these same tumor types. To address whether the negative reports were caused by lack of sensitivity of the technique used in Shah's laboratory, or whether the positive reports were caused by contamination within the greater number of laboratories reporting SV40 detection, two multi-center studies were conducted. Dr. Shah's laboratory technique used in 1996 was apparently not sufficiently sensitive to detect SV40 in human tumors. When this became apparent, during unilateral pre-trial testing of positive controls by Dr. Shah, the study coordinator of the VEB, Dr. Strickler, apparently compromised the blinded nature of the study and allowed Dr. Shah to modify and improve his technique. When one of the participating laboratories questioned irregularities in the data from Dr. Shah's laboratory and directly questioned Dr. Strickler, the study organizer, about the potential irregularity, Dr. Strickler and Dr. Shah offered letters stating that such irregularities had not occurred and re-confirmed that they had not deviated from the standard protocol. The facts indicating that Dr. Shah's laboratory technique was not sufficiently sensitive to detect SV40 were not made available to the other laboratories participating in the study and were not published. Instead, according to Dr. Shah's testimony, Dr. Strickler, the VEB multi-center study coordinator, compromised the masked positive controls and knowingly permitted Dr. Shah to re-test and adjust his technique during pre-trial testing. The actual negative pre-trial test results were never published alongside the published trial results indicating Dr. Shah's laboratory had the most sensitive technique to detect SV40 among the nine participating laboratories.

-- MacLachlan DS, SV40 in human tumors: new documents shed light on the apparent controversy. Anticancer Res. 2002 Nov-Dec;22(6B):3495-9.

Consensus Meeting

Evidence in favor and against a possible association of SV40 with human cancer was reviewed at an international consensus meeting at the University of Chicago on 20, 21 April 2001, entitled "Malignant Mesothelioma: Therapeutic Options and the Role of SV40, 2001". The main focus was the association of SV40 with mesothelioma and other human tumors.

-- Klein G, et al., Association of SV40 with human tumors. Oncogene. 2002 Feb 14;21(8):1141-9.

About Us… Who We Are / Mission / Alexander and SV40 / Demanding Congressional Investigation / Contact Us // Introduction to SV40… SV40-Cancer-Polio Vaccine Link / SV40 Chronology // Polio Vaccine Production and SV40… SV40 from Polio Vaccines / How OPV Seed was Created / How OPV was Produced // SV40 as a Human Carcinogen… Experts Opinion / Bradford-Hill Criteria / National Institute of Health Patent / How SV40 Causes Cancer / IOM Letter & Report / Types of SV40 Cancers // SV40 Infection & Testing… Treating SV40 Cancers / Getting Tested for SV40 // SV40 Image Gallery // Scientific Documents… SV40 Cancer Articles / Book: The Virus and the Vaccine // Legal Documents… Complaint / Confidentiality / Daubert Testimony / Motion to Reconsider // Discussion Forum //

many articles on this SV 40 thing.


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Post by London » Thu Sep 14, 2006 11:55 pm

Hi to you too....and Sky, my emial is still down and have not been online too much.....

HAHHAHA outerspace?? hahahaha let me guess; Cliff? hahahahaha that **** is nothing more than silicate! I've got tons of documents on this...will foreward you some....just like ole' David Rellmen from stanford who has wrote so many hiv and cat-scratch disease papers, he also has done the silicate "synthetic Genome" see, they have mixed these microbes in their lilttle tech gadgets that we buy......I'm still in utter disbelief!

And Systemic, I got your hints....with the clothes when they got wet....on yeah, am well friggin aware of the colored inks and dyes, have been for a while too. Any ideas what to do....? If so, pm me for I would not share my game plan out in the open, not the right one anyway.,....

and that comment Sky made about 12 organisms....oh yeah, but Sky, is that saying they used each one of them in the pkging of their lil stupid tricks, or what?

Don't dismiss those collembolas! Does anyone remember why that the origional study from Oklahoma where it stated that indeed Collembola were found in skin scrapings was voided? B/C it is true....,more true than one might ever want to, sky, can we naME THEM HERE?


REMEMBER, i FOUND THAT FLYFISH ONE LAST WEEK-THE ONE THAT I posted a photo of.....looks like the baby shrimp.....

What? Has no one found the other one yet? MY MY MY, yeah, the cotton industry can't get this lil critter out of all of their yea, it rolls itself up into fibers.......

and those GM foods.....>>>whoa, worse than we ever imagined....especially the transgenic tobacco and the tomatoe......really bad.....but it's the roots they are now infecting in the plants. Why? well, lets just say they desp. need to change the soil.....b/c it's a little too hot right now and it f-ing up the world.....i hope their biosphere get struck by lightning and burns eternally in hell w. gates and the gang-dow and all just sizzling.........A-Holes.......

sky, I was going to quit and stay off line, but just keep waking up with swollen limbs.......this is not right......Do you know what will help? They don't want to tell me.....or they would have....for they have my email and phone # so , hey, what do you say???

but oh yes, sky, you are on the right bout the V saw too? And, yes, there is a bird involved.,...and I don't remember what it's called but it is like a double transfection.....maybe, mouse, bird, mouse to plant? Hmmm......and the effect of plant a-amylase inhibitors on those sunn pest....whew! and the pea aphids too....can't forget about them nor forget about those mushrooms.....

and the wasp sky? check out the word teratocytes would you? (I think that was spelled right) chow for now......

write more MM, write more....

Hey, where is that new girl Polyclonal? I remember her saying she worked with film? I was wondering if she fell ill because of that? you know all those laser beams and coatings on the film is really bad.....
I know b/c the flash of my own dig camera has produced what everyone should look into and that is photosynthetic bacteria.....

this is where lies the trouble.....get out your old photos and look for the shapes hidden the picture....they are there.....

oh yes, Sky, I see your post above me now, will go and read.....but yep, well aware of the will be, like I said either a Murine Leukemia of some type or the blood one, called the Leukoplakia Encepholopathy and that indeed has the SV40 in it......

also, they have done something to chromosome 19!

Hey, remember, a month ago, the laptops being pulled back b/c of fire hazards? One of my old ones was this type.....well, you really think it's b/c of fire? I don;t . I think its because of the IONS perhaps, duh.....

and Skytroll, no one wanted to talk of it here (let's keep it hush hush, so, okay why, to cover it up even more? tells who is who no doubt, but Sky,

get this,,,,not 10 days ago, when I read that now.....they "scientist" are saying that the HIV virus actually can live on a surface for hours, some even days.....

now, tell me this. since they invented it (Venter and all) 20 something years ago, they are just now suddenly changing their scientific findings? b/c as it has been, the virus could not live more than 2-3 seconds out of the body can someone tell me how the HELL the f-sticks could have made a mistake like this????

and , if you do drugs., you will get the HIV virus......that is what the damn thing said.....not talking about lowering your immune and shacking up with a creep or sharing needles either......Just doing some can get HIV!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHA looks like I was right, this is a bullshit!

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Post by Skytroll » Fri Sep 15, 2006 1:46 am

"Dr. Strickler, the VEB multi-center study coordinator, compromised the masked positive controls and knowingly permitted Dr. Shah to re-test and adjust his technique during pre-trial testing. The actual negative pre-trial test results were never published alongside the published trial results indicating Dr. Shah's laboratory had the most sensitive technique to detect SV40 among the nine participating laboratories. "

Midges are everywhere, and yes that Collembola study was done in OKl. And, Franz sure hurriedly tried to weasle his way out of that one. Franssen, was that his name?
These midges are carrying something, just like they were sprayed in this area.
When one thing doesn't work, they go for another.

OOOOOhhhhhhhh. Oh.
Look what the National Park Service collects - Special:
Here is John Hopkins Special collection:
This one in particular: ... m=CRL-2783
ATCC Special Collection:
The Wistar Institute Special Collection: ... wistar.cfm
These in particular:
General Cell Lines
CCL-70, CV-1, African green monkey, kidney
CCL-75.1, WI-38 VA 13 subline 2RA, human lung, SV40 transformed
CCL-95.1, WI-26 VA4, human lung SV40 transformed
CCL-108, IgH-2, iguana, heart
CCL-129, VSW, Russell's viper, spleen
CCL-140, VH2, Russell's viper, heart
CCL-216, 4/4 R.M.-4, rat, visceral pleura
CRL-1973, NTERA-2 cl.D1 [NT2/D1], human, pluripotent embryonal carcinoma
A crapload of yeasts here note the particular types:
Bacteriophages: Look what the M13 came up with. ... esults.cfm

Ramon is on the run: ... med_docsum

Talk later.......oh there are more, more variations.

Oh but this will be helpful:
Progress On Fighting Bacterial Infections
Main Category: Conferences News
Article Date: 01 Sep 2006 - 7:00am (PDT)
| email this article | printer friendly | view or write opinions | Article Also Appears In
Stem Cell ResearchStroke / Neuroprotection
New research shows that adult stem cells, when used with carbon nanotubes, have an enhanced ability to differentiate into healthy neurons in stroke-damaged rat brains. Another research finding shows that injecting nanoparticles into mice that have had heart attacks helped restore cardiovascular functions.
* Samuel Stupp, Ph.D., Director, Institute of Bionanotechnology in Medicine, Northwestern University
* Thomas Webster, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Brown University
American Chemical Society 232nd National Meeting San Francisco, Sept. 10-14, 2006.
Nanotubes show help with range of illnesses Sept. 11, 2006 NOON
Contact: Charmayne Marsh or Michael Bernstein
American Chemical Society
Source: ... &nfid=crss

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Post by Skytroll » Fri Sep 15, 2006 1:59 am

this is interesting:

Sens. Specter, Harkin Say "Hype" Surrounding Nature Study Harms Chances Of Expanding Federal Stem Cell Research Funding
Article here: ... &nfid=crss

Seems Nature mag having trouble keeping all the disinformation straight. Change as change needed.
Alter white papars just like altering genes.



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Post by London » Fri Sep 15, 2006 3:24 am

Hi and good find(s). I'm still on the next to last one you did where it had the park services.....In that post, on the John Hopkins link, it said:

Plant Seed Collection
ATCC's Mycology and Botany Collection houses over 27,000 strains of filamentous fungi and yeast distributed among 1,500 genera and 7,000 species. The Botany Collection also contains over 400 strains of patented seeds. The collection catalog is divided into three subcollections. Please choose the appropriate one to find the strains you need. To search specifically for genetically defined Saccharomyces cerevisiae and deletion mutants, go to the Yeast Genetic Stock Center.

For what? To put them into a gel and let lucent and their Israeli buds compact it and stuff it into a computer softwear program, or better yet, a chip that sits in our computers??? Both Stanf0rd and Gates give me the creeps!

Look, check out the photon thing in England......all about the Plasmas!!! that's what this S. is sky......and we have got bubble disease from this crap!! Going to check the rest of your links now.....I will send you some too but not on here....


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Post by Skytroll » Fri Sep 15, 2006 3:59 am


I am sure they strickly follow this rule:

"ATCC products are intended for laboratory research purposes only. They are not intended for use in humans"

Nobody is paying attention, so if no questions ask, you move to the next avenue, no questions asked, move to the next.

No one has any idea what these labs are doing, just like in some other countries in the past, but, here it is done in CLEAR SIGHT.

That was the way the Rock wanted it. The feller just couldn't leave well enough alone.

If more time was spent on actually healing people of diseases instead of planning the next "they won't know any difference attack" Or how can we shrink things without the shrinkees knowing it.

You change the DNA. Then you programmed it.

DNA code. Computer code.

I love new technology, don't you?


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Post by London » Fri Sep 15, 2006 6:11 am

No, not really. Hey Sky, remember how you are always questioning the flagella, look no is the Cytoskeleton.

also, this is something I found on Augl 1 and forgot about. You need to see it,. " Exploring the mycobacteriophage metaproteome: phage genomics as an educational platform."


then, here you go, Silica organisms.....HAHAHAHAHAHA
NADAS, I thought you were on our side here. Maybe you are and I'm just putting too much into it. Yeah, hope so anyway, but you know how you always sign your username...with Nadas"Nostic" ? I found this and well, had it actually since Jan.(cleaning out old research files) and this just triggered something., would love "Your Opinion"...... ... 3080.shtml

Guess TamTam might need to shut the biofilm stuff down for a while. sorry Tam,. I love you man, but hey, I'm friggin dying here and someone is playing cat and mouse games with my health? this ain't right!

but LooK!!! :shock: "let's build a biofilm boys and girls" >online , no dount!

and, I love cleaning out old files.....look at my favorite, why it's a [url=]robot WASP!!!!!

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Post by hartuk » Fri Sep 15, 2006 11:23 am

Hi All,

Thanks everybody....I'm Still trying to absorb all the new info after a couple of set backs during August.

Check here : ... ch_e4.html

Has anybody looked at this fantastic Japanese site :

Endosymbiosis & Parasitism ... osisE.html

and here carniverous.... Bursaria ovata ... ata_1.html

and behaviour : ... ndexE.html

how Amoeba Proteus moves : ... 55_81.html

and multi-cellular organisms living with protists: ... ndexE.html

extraordinary images and all under one roof.

Thanks again everybody.

With respect, admiration and increasing determination.

carniverous.... Bursaria ovata

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Post by hartuk » Fri Sep 15, 2006 11:53 am

Hi Again,


first threadlike growth from a germinating spore, such as found in mosses

Wind blown spores that land in favorable environments, germinate and grow into thread-like filaments.These filaments, called protonema, resemble filamentous green algae. Cells of the protonema stage of the gametophyte generation contain chlorophyll and are capable of photosynthesis. As the protonema grows, via cell division, bud-like growths appear along the filament... ...... ... onema.html

and google "cyanobacteria protonema" ......

Moss protonema is one of the best organisms to establish Cyanobacterial biofilm mats

Phycocyanin (blue) & phycoerythrin (red)- accessory pigments found in cyanobacteria :

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