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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

International Aquafeed - Reliable Rotifers

Rotifers are a distinct group of small aquatic animals with about 1500 known species, found in fresh or salt water, either planktonic or attached to surfaces. They both swim and feed by the beating of cilia arranged in a “corona” encircling the mouth. The beating pattern of these cilia creates the illusion that the corona rotates like a wheel, inspiring the name of the group.




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