. Conditions of life in the sea; a short account of quantitative marine biological research. Marine biology. 76 LIFE IN THE SEA [part I They are distinctively oceanic organisms. Thus the Challenger found ''great banks" of pelagic foraminifera in the equatorial Pacific, and indeed they occur everywhere in the open sea, particularly in warmer waters in "numberless myriads." When. Acantho me [dgIIuci d Or-bu!ina universa Hal osplTaera: zoos JDore Fig. 20. Plankton: Protozoa, &c. Magnified. obtained from the deep-sea oozes foraminifera only shew a rounded shell (the appearance o

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. Conditions of life in the sea; a short account of quantitative marine biological research. Marine biology. 76 LIFE IN THE SEA [part I They are distinctively oceanic organisms. Thus the Challenger found ''great banks" of pelagic foraminifera in the equatorial Pacific, and indeed they occur everywhere in the open sea, particularly in warmer waters in "numberless myriads." When. Acantho me [dgIIuci d Or-bu!ina universa Hal osplTaera: zoos JDore Fig. 20. Plankton: Protozoa, &c. Magnified. obtained from the deep-sea oozes foraminifera only shew a rounded shell (the appearance o
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. Conditions of life in the sea; a short account of quantitative marine biological research. Marine biology. 76 LIFE IN THE SEA [part I They are distinctively oceanic organisms. Thus the Challenger found ''great banks" of pelagic foraminifera in the equatorial Pacific, and indeed they occur everywhere in the open sea, particularly in warmer waters in "numberless myriads." When. Acantho me [dgIIuci d Or-bu!ina universa Hal osplTaera: zoos JDore Fig. 20. Plankton: Protozoa, &c. Magnified. obtained from the deep-sea oozes foraminifera only shew a rounded shell (the appearance of the well-known Glohigerina hulloides is now familiar to every one) but when seen in the living state the organism is a thing of great beauty. The shell is sometimes. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Johnstone, James, 1870-1932. Cambridge, University press

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