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Introducing Symbiotic Algae into Aposymbiotic Hydra

  • R. L. Pardy

Abstract

To introduce symbiotic algae into aposymbiotic hydra as a means for studying the biology of host—symbiont reassociation. With slight modification, this method may be modified to inject reagents, isotopes. or other kinds of particles into the hydra’s enteron (gut).

Keywords

Pasteur Pipet Tygon Tubing Symbiotic Alga Algal Symbiont Bunsen Burner 
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References

  1. Pardy, R. L., and Muscatine, L. 1973. Recognition of symbiotic algae by Hydra viridis. A quantitatve study of the uptake of living algae by aposymbiotic H, viridis. Biol. Bull. 145: 565–579.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Pool, R. R., Jr. 1979. The role of antigenic determinants in the recognition of potential algal symbionts by cells of Chlorohydra. J. Cell Sci. 35: 367–379.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. L. Pardy
    • 1
  1. 1.School of Life SciencesUniversity of NebraskaLincolnUSA

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