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“It is the same with the brown Procytella primordialis (formerly called the Protococcus marinus); it forms large masses of floating matter in the arctic seas.”
“Near the end of this descent my mare took the bit between her teeth and carried me at an ungainly gallop into the beautifully situated, precipitous village of Ichikawa, which is absolutely saturated with moisture by the spray of a fine waterfall which tumbles through the middle of it, and its trees and road-side are green with the Protococcus viridis.”
“The vegetation is as profuse as one would expect in so damp and hot a summer climate, and from the prodigious rainfall of the mountains; every stone is covered with moss, and the road-sides are green with the Protococcus viridis and several species of Marchantia.”
“Protococcus viridis, and into which the people of another house constantly came to stare.”
“On several patches of the snow I found the Protococcus nivalis, or red snow, so well known from the accounts of Arctic navigators.”
“Protococcus nivalis in excellent state of preservation.”
“One finds, not unfrequently, groups of three and four closely resembling _Protococcus_.”
“This firm, outer membrane of the _Protococcus_ accompanies a higher differentiation of tissue and localization of function than is found in the plasmodium.”
“Among the filaments of the outer portion are numerous small green cells, that closer examination shows to be individuals of _Protococcus_, or some similar green algæ, upon which the lichen is parasitic.”
“_Protococcus_ (Fig. 11, _A_, _C_), which forms a dark green slimy coating over stones, tree trunks, flower pots, etc.”
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