Project

Andrew G.McArthur mcarthur at mbl.edu
Wed Dec 4 12:26:10 EST 2002


I would also look at the micro*scope project 
(www.mbl.edu/microscope)
as it has a wealth of information on protists, including
classifications, descriptions, and great images.

On Wednesday, December 4, 2002, at 07:51  AM, 
farmer at cb.uga.edu wrote:

>
> Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 09:28:43 +0100
> From: Joost de Jong <joost at pbware.nl>
> To: bionet-protista at net.bio.net
> Newsgroups: bionet.protista
> Subject: Re: Project
>
> Maybe you can check http://microbiol.org/vlmicro/vl_prot.htm
>
> Some links look pretty usefull (loads of pictures) otherwise there
> is always the faithfull google.com.
>
> Regards,
>
> Joost de Jong
> joostdejong at fcc.feo.hvu.nl
>
>
> ""Manuel Baldacchino"" <info at limestoneheritage.com> schreef in
> bericht
> news:asg4n0$npb$1 at mercury.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk... > Dear Sir > >
>  I am
> Julian a 13 year old student from malta and I have a project >    
> of Biology that its marks are included in my annual exams. Can > you
> >
>  help me by sending my some information about protists please? > >
> It would be very helpfull to me. > >     I hope I recieve some
> information from you very soon. > > >     My address: `White Dove` >
>                       Triq Mons. M. Azzoppardi >
>   Siggiewi QRM14 >                         Malta > >     My e-mail
> address: info at limestoneheritage.com > > >         Regards Julian > >
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