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  Single-Celled Animal Movies

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Amoeba
Amoeba
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Amoeba
Streaming  RM  View Movie
Olympus Microscopy Resource Center
A shape-shifting amoeba looks like it's filled with confetti as it slides across the microscope field; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x.
Amoeba
10.501MB  AVI  View Movie
Olympus Microscopy Resource Center
A shape-shifting amoeba looks like it's filled with confetti as it slides across the microscope field; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x.
Euglena Rostrifera
37.522MB  AVI  View Movie
Olympus Microscopy Resource Center
Euglena rostrifera under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Euglena Rostrifera
Streaming  RM  View Movie
Olympus Microscopy Resource Center
Euglena rostrifera under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Chaetonotus
17.685MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A chaetonotus swims into a tangle of pond debris under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 60x
Chaetonotus
18.402MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A gastrotrich swims through vegetation and debris in search of food; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 600x
Actinophrys
16.031MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
An actinophrys explores its world with gently waving axopodia; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 200x
Actinophrys
9.885MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
An actinophrys engulfs a morsel of food; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 200x
Amoeba
18.467MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
An amoeba engulfs a food item in a process called phagocytosis; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 400x
Amoeba
0.000MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
Pseudopodia, or false feet, extend and retract as this amoeba moves across the microscope field; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 100x
Bursaria
19.269MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A bursaria propels itself through pondwater; under oblique illumination
Bursaria
29.784MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A close-up view of a bursaria and its tiny beating cilia, barely noticeable, covering the surface of the organism; under phase contrast illumination
Bursaria
20.040MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
The rhythmic beating of its surface cilia is just noticeable as this bursaria slowly glides through the water; under oblique illumination
Coleps
14.357MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A coleps discovers a dead, partially eaten microorganism and gorges itself; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Coleps
5.361MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A coleps swims in its characteristic spiral across the microscope field, its surface covered by rhythmically beating cilia; under DIC illumination
Euglena rostrifera
37.066MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
Rush hour on the Euglena express; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Euplotes
13.457MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
An individual euplotes, its cirri and tactile cilia waving, along with other microorganisms; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 200x
Euplotes
13.796MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A close-up view of a euplotes shows the band of cirri that it uses for locomotion; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 400x
Loxophyllum
20.583MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A group of loxophyllum organisms mix and mingle with other protozoans amidst clumps of pond debris; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 200x
Metopus
0.000MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A metopus, ringed by a spiral fringe of beating cilia, exhibits its tumbling swimming style; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Paramecium
12.387MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
An up close and personal look at the internal workings of a paramecium; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Paramecium
13.702MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A group of swimming paramecia, looking more like a bunch of bumper cars as they collide and rebound off of one another; under oblique illumination
Paramecium
29.774MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
The ripples of motion seen surrounding this paramecium are from beating cilia that cover the exterior of the organism; under phase contrast illumination
Paramecium
21.081MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
Two paramecia are joined, probably undergoing conjugation, a process of exchanging nuclear materials; under phase contrast illumination
Peranema
17.271MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A peranema swims across the microscope field, flicking the tip of its flagellum and compressing its body; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 100x
Peranema
8.307MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A peranema folds its body in a tumbling motion, turning and searching for food; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Peranema
11.850MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A swimming peranema encounters a large chunk of pond debris and is forced to change direction; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 400x
Spirostomum
20.192MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A slow-moving spirostomum provides an opportunity to observe the dense layer of beating cilia along its periphery; under phase contrast at a magnification of 200x
Spirostomum
15.831MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A Spirostomum organism revolves slowly as it swims, its dense covering of cilia creating the appearance of spiral bands; under phase contrast at a magnification of 200x
Stentor
0.000MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A stentor juggles an amoeba; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 100x
Stentor
42.433MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
An overview along the length of a feeding stentor shows the beating cilia that cover its outer membrane and how it attaches itself to pond debris; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 100x
Stentor
4.839MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
Small organisms or particles are tossed about by the currents created by the beating cilia of a feeding Stentor; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 100x
Stentor
12.332MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A stentor emerges from its hiding place and begins to feed; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 100x
Urocentrum
6.923MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A pair of fused cilia are visible at the posterior end of this specimen of Urocentrum, towards the right of the microscope field; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 600x
Urocentrum
16.899MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A Urocentrum organism twists in its characteristic movement as other microorganisms swim by; under phase contrast illumination at a magnification of 200x
Volvox
10.451MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A Volvox colony with daughter colonies; under oblique illumination
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