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 1  ~ wikipedia.org
Slime mold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSlime mold or slime mould is a broad term describing some organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly classified as fungi but are no ... ‎Fuligo septica - ‎Physarum polycephalum - ‎Myxogastria - ‎Category:Slime molds
 2  ~ berkeley.edu
Introduction to the " Slime Molds "Long classified together in the Myxomycophyta as part of the Fungi, slime " molds " are now known to be quite unrelated to the fungi. There are three main groups ...
 3  +2 palomar.edu
Slime Mold Photos - Wayne's Word - Palomar CollegeNote: The two fungal divisions Myxomycota ( slime molds ) and Oomycota (water molds) have been placed in the kingdom Protista (Protoctista) by some ...
 4  ~ microbeworld.org
Slime Molds - MicrobeWorldMicrobeWorld explores the world of microbes with vivid images and descriptions. Learn about microbiology, what microbiologists do, how they do it, and current ...
 5  +3 howstuffworks.com
HowStuffWorks " Slime mold "Slime mold is a broad term related to fungi. Learn more about slime mold at HowStuffWorks.
 6  +5 sparknotes.com
SparkNotes: Protista: Slime MoldsA summary of Slime Molds in 's Protista. Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Protista and what it means. Perfect for acing essays,  ...
 7  -1 theguardian.com
Cities in motion: how slime mould can redraw our rail and road Researchers using slime mould to compare motorway systems found the US network to be among the least efficient. Photograph: Andrew ...
 9  +92 daviddarling.info
slime mold - The Worlds of David DarlingThere are two major groups, the plasmodial slime molds and the cellular slime molds , which differ most notably in their behavior in the motile phase.
 10  ~ slimoco.ning.comThe Slime Mould Collective - An international network of/for SLIMOCO brings together artists, scientists and others interested in slime moulds - to share research, knowledge, experiments, images.
 11  +10 infoplease.com
slime mold | Infoplease.comslime mold or slime fungus, a heterotrophic organism once regarded as a fungus but later classified with the Protista. In a recent system of.
 12  -2 scientificamerican.com
How Brainless Slime Molds Redefine Intelligence - Scientific AmericanThey are slime molds : gelatinous amoebae that have little to do with the kinds of fungal mold that ruin sourdough and pumpernickel. Biologists ...
 13  -4 pbs.org
The Day 'Dog Vomit' Slime Mold Invaded My Front Yard | The ... - PBSSlime mold thrives in the presence of water, shade and dead, decaying leaves. Photo by Emily Johnson. About a week ago, we noticed an ...
 14  +24 smithsonianmag.com
Hunting Slime Molds | Science | SmithsonianThese are slime molds , or myxomycetes (myxos), of the kingdom Protoctista, the least understood of the five kingdoms of life, the others being animals, plants, ...
 15  -1 rhs.org.uk
Slime moulds on lawns/RHS Gardening - Royal Horticultural SocietyA slime mould is a primitive organism, sharing some similarities with both fungi and single-celled animals. The spore-producing structures of slime moulds can ...
 16  ~ hiddenforest.co.nzSlime Moulds - The Hidden ForestIntroduction Members of this class are commonly referred to as slime moulds . These have thought to belong to both animal and fungi kingdoms at one time or ...
 17  ~ heatherbarnett.co.ukThe Physarum Experiments - Heather Barnettslime mould drawings & animations. “[In] trying to understand systems that use relatively simple components to build higher-level intelligence, the slime mould  ...
 18  +1 newscientist.com
Robot face lets slime mould show its emotional side - tech - 08 Electrical signals produced when a yellow slime mould moves eagerly towards food or is repulsed by light are used to power a human-like ...
 19  ~ phychip.euPhyChip | Growing Computers from Slime MoldPhysarum Chip: Growing Computers from Slime Mould . Self-growing computers? Optimised transport routes? Cell music? Distributed intelligence?
 20  -8 bbc.co.uk
BBC Nature - Brainless slime mould has an external memorySlime moulds use a form of spatial "memory" to navigate, despite not having a brain, a study has found. Scientists in Australia studied the ...
 21  +15 biologyreference.com
Slime Molds - Biology ReferenceThere are two major unrelated phyla of slime molds . The Myxomycota are the true (plasmoidal) slime molds , and the Dictyosteliomycota are the cellular slime ...
 22  +17 asknature.org
Cytoplasm seeks efficient routes: slime mold - AskNatureSummary: The slime mold , Physarum polycephalum, is an extremely effective forager capable of creating extensive and highly efficient networks between food  ...
 23  +7 d20pfsrd.com
Mold , Slime - Pathfinder_OGC - d20PFSRD.comAny creature that touches a slime mold with an unarmed strike or a natural attack is also exposed to this foul disease. The save DC is Constitution-based.
 24  +5 kickstarter.com
Slime Molds : An Illustrated Guide by Angela Mele — KickstarterAngela Mele is raising funds for Slime Molds : An Illustrated Guide on Kickstarter! A leading expert in slime molds has written a field guide. My job is to fill it with ...
 25  -2 wikia.com
Slime Mould - TibiaWiki - Quests, Items, Spells, and more - WikiaThis item is in the Plants, Animal Products, Food and Drink class, Creature Products sub-class...
 26  -11 uwlax.edu
Slime Mold Reproduction - BioWeb HomePlasmodial Slime Mold Reproduction: Under favorable conditions, plasmodial slime molds reproduce by forming a reproductive stalk containing spores.
 27  +74 tibiawiki.com.br
Slime Mould - Tibia WikiSlime Mould . De Tibia Wiki. Esta é uma versão verificada desta ... Slime Mould . gif, Slime Mould It weighs 3.00 oz. Atributos: Item agrupável.
 28  +41 nationalgeographic.com
How "Cheating" Slime Mold Escapes DeathCells of the slime mold Dictyostelium discoideum sometimes join together to form a slug (pictured). Photograph from Carolina Biological ...
 29  +72 rice.edu
Cellular ' Slime Molds :' Dictyostelium and relativesWhile the human genome is large and highly complex, that of the cellular slime mold Dictyostelium discoideum, which is presently under study in a great many ...
 30  -12 tibia-wiki.net
Slime Mould – Tibia WikiSlime Mould . Strona · Dyskusja · Tekst źródłowy · Historia ... Grafika: Slime Mould . gif, Slime Mould . Atrybuty: Brak. Waga: 3 oz. Opis: Przedmiot ...
 31  -9 princeton.edu
Slime moldSlime mold (or slime mould , see spelling differences) is a broad term describing fungus-like organisms that use spores to reproduce. Slime molds were formerly ...
 32  -5 gigaom.com
How slime mold can design transportation networks and maybe Slime mold has proven it can design highway networks, but computer scientist Andrew Adamatzky thinks its next step might be in the world of ...
 33  ~ thefreedictionary.com
slime mould - definition of slime mould by The Free Dictionary(Botany) any of various simple spore-producing organisms typically found as slimy masses on rotting vegetation, where they engulf food particles by amoeboid  ...
 34  +66 dict.cc
dict.cc | slime mold | Wörterbuch Englisch-DeutschÜbersetzung für slime mold im Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch dict.cc.
 35  -9 sciencedirect.com
Slime mold microfluidic logical gates - ScienceDirect.comWe demonstrate how logical operations can be implemented in ensembles of protoplasmic tubes of acellular slime mold Physarum ...
 36  +16 wired.com
Spore-Spitting Slime Molds Make Great Computer Hardware ... - WiredWe've long known the slime mold can determine the shortest path through a maze, or even model optimal railway systems. Now, a group of ...
 37  +29 wordreference.com
slime mould - English-Spanish Dictionary - WordReference.comForum discussions with the word(s) " slime mould " in the title: No titles with the word(s) " slime mould ". Ask in the forums yourself.Visit the Spanish-English Forum .
 38  -4 rainforest-australia.com
! Slime Moulds ! Tropical Rainforest, Far North Queensland AustraliaSlime Moulds , Fungus photos and text. Courtesy of Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge, Atherton Tableland, Far North Queensland, Australia.
 39  ~ dictybase.orgdictyBase HomeDictyostelium discoideum as a model for cellular development, chemotaxis, motility, cytokinesis defects, phagocytosis and functional genomics, at the ...
 40  -8 mycolog.com
Are slime moulds really fungi? - Mycologue PublicationsIn fact, the most characteristic structure of a slime mould is a plasmodium -- a giant amoeba with thousands of nuclei in a single mass of protoplasm.
 41  +22 education.com
Grow Slime Mold | Education.comSlime mold is no longer classified as fungi! So what is it? In this cool science fair project, learn how to grow slime mold and explore its behavior.
 42  +58 creationwiki.org
Slime mold - CreationWiki, the encyclopedia of creation scienceSlime molds can refer to several groups of different and controversial classifications. They have certain characteristics similar to those of fungi, plants, and ...
 43  -6 amazon.com
Physarum Machines: Computers From Slime Mould (Volume 74 A Physarum machine is a programmable amorphous biological computer experimentally implemented in the vegetative state of true slime mould Physarum  ...
 44  +6 uark.edu
Eumycetozoan Research ProjectWorking to understand the ecology, systematics and evolution of myxomycetes, dictyostelids and protostelids — the true slime molds .
 45  +56 sciencedaily.com
Computing with slime: Logical circuits built using living slime molds "The slime mold based gates are non-electronic, simple and inexpensive, and several gates can be realized simultaneously at the sites where ...
 46  -18 scienceblogs.com
Slime mould attacks simulates Tokyo rail network – Not Exactly Thankfully, the blob in question is a “ slime mould ” just around 20cm wide, and “ Tokyo” is represented by a series of oat flakes dotted about a ...
 47  -2 ed.ac.uk
Slime mouldsSlime moulds (Myxomycota). Until recently, the slime moulds were regarded as organisms of uncertain taxonomic status, claimed as fungi by mycologists and as  ...
 48  -8 universe-review.ca
Slime Moulds Life Cycle - A Review of the UniverseSlime moulds inhabit forest soil and consume bacteria and yeast, which they track by chemotaxis - chemical gradient sensing (of folic-acid in this case).
 49  +4 psu.edu
Dog Vomit Fungus Page - Personal.psu.eduHave you ever seen the lovely sight of the "Dog Vomit Fungus" growing in a mulched area ? The Dog Vomit Fungus is not a fungus, but a slime mold . I guess  ...
 50  +51 uconn.edu
UCONN IPM Turf:Diseases: Slime Mold - UConn Plant DatabaseSlime mold is an unsightly infestation caused on all turfgrasses by the fungi, Mucilago crustacea, Physarum spp. and Fuligo spp. These fungi do not actually ...