To-day we also passed a field of "Red Sea," confervæ or Infusoria.
With reference to their origin these organisms were called 'Infusoria.
In Pritchard's 'Infusoria,' these pellets are described "as small lenticular bodies."
Infusoria and other unicellular animals multiply by division.
Humboldt's assertion is fully verified in the case of the Infusoria under consideration, which is often found with its parasites.
They are divided into two great classes, the Rhizopoda and Infusoria.
The Infusoria make use of the lime, silica, and potassa for the same purpose.
With the Infusoria we return to the domain of the infinitely little.
What appears to be lifeless is in reality like a pond full of fishes, like a drop of water full of Infusoria.
Now we know that bacteria are plants and Infusoria are animals.