Lysimachia Ciliata (hairy-stalked loosestrife), very common, Chesuncook shore and East Branch.
Grantia Ciliata, a small urn-shaped species, having a large aperture at the summit, is found in tide-pools.
We find the highest development of the animal cell-soul in the class of Ciliata, or ciliated infusoria.
The Ciliata propagate, as a rule, in large numbers by repeated division (by indirect cell-cleavage).
A large Cyanea differs from the European C. Ciliata, in the form of the stomach.
Small parasitic forms (Sphaerophrya) were also regarded erroneously as the “acinetiform young” of Ciliata.
The individual cells swarmed about independently in the water like fringed Infusoria, or Ciliata.
Ciliata Cil·i·a·ta (sĭl'ē-ā'tə)
A class of protozoans whose members bear cilia or structures derived from them.