Description: MICROSCOPIC SHOTS OF PROTISTS: TILINA, ACTINOPOD, SPIROGYRA, PLANARIAN, ARAMECIUM, FLAGELLUM, ZOO LEGELLATE, ETC; Microscopy (microscope) of brown protist, tilina swimming about or sitting in one place (100X); Protist, tilina swimming or still (camera moves a little) (200X); Lone protist moving its internal parts while remaining stationary (var magnifications,) camera follows it around in tight shot; CU protist undergoing division (200X): it doesn't actually split in two...what a gip!; Lumpy yet round protist, tilina spinning in one place while others swim around it (200X & 400X)...good shot of internal parts; ECU protist, tilina (looks like soda bubbles) (800X); Protist, actino pod(round blob w/long radial spikes) sitting relatively still (200X); Gamophyta spirogyra (filamentous green protist, long spiral stick) (100X); Planarian (flatworm) trying to find its way out of a tight area, odd spot lighting shot (3X); Crystalized salts (polarized light), VAR shots (100X); Camera jerkily pans around microscopic junk in search of something interesting; A paramecium (looks like slug, leech or blood sucker) swiftly swims around & right out of cameras view (200X); Group of paramecia under fairly clear/clean slide. Parameciaswimming around with other, smaller round microscopic creatures (40X); Closer shot of paramecia swimming by, not usually in shot for long (200X); Hundreds of zoollegellate (flagellated protist) swarming in cluster (look like bees at hive in negative color) (200X); Massive cluster (maybe thousands) of paramecia feeding on bacteria (200X); Camera follows nearly transplant paramecium, flagellum enters shot (whip is visible), paramecium doing circles (silly); Paramecium rubbing against jiggling hairy thing (possibly bacteria), VAR, includes some shots of just hairy thing; Lighter shot of basically the same thing as above (02/23/13/27), variation of same basic shot for remaining 6 minutes of tape microscopy cells, germs;
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