Definitions

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  • proper noun A taxonomic genus within the family Artemiidae — the brine shrimp.

Etymologies

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From Ancient Greek Ἄρτεμις (Artemis, "Artemis")

Examples

  • Mertens et al. showed that the seeds or spores of various plants (Cardamine, Taraxacum, Adiantum, etc.), the cysts of the crustaceans Branchipus schaefferi (fairy shrimp) and Artemia franciscana (brine shrimp) as well as adult bdelloid rotifers and tardigrades survived exposures to temperatures as high as 130 °C for as long as 10 min.

    Survival at extreme temperatures: what is it good for?

  • Mertens et al. showed that the seeds or spores of various plants (Cardamine, Taraxacum, Adiantum, etc.), the cysts of the crustaceans Branchipus schaefferi (fairy shrimp) and Artemia franciscana (brine shrimp) as well as adult bdelloid rotifers and tardigrades survived exposures to temperatures as high as 130 °C for as long as 10 min.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • For example, nematodes, tardigrades and Artemia accumulate a disaccharide called trehalose prior to drying, whereas bdelloids don't Lapinski & Tunnacliffe, 2003; Hengherr et al., 2008.

    How to create animate matter from seemingly lifeless dust

  • For example, nematodes, tardigrades and Artemia accumulate a disaccharide called trehalose prior to drying, whereas bdelloids don't Lapinski & Tunnacliffe, 2003; Hengherr et al., 2008.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Advertisements for Sea-Monkeys were widespread in comics in the 1970s, but the ads featuring drawings of smiling humanoid creatures, bore little resemblance to actual brine shrimp, so a disclaimer stated that, "Caricatures shown not intended to depict Artemia."

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Bdelloids share their ability to remain alive in a desiccated state with an odd assortment of other animals, including certain nematodes and tardigrades, some insect larvae and the brine shrimp Artemia.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Anostracans usually reproduce sexually, though parthenogenetic reproduction occurs in some populations of Artemia salina, the brine shrimp.

    Crustacea

  • Bdelloids share their ability to remain alive in a desiccated state with an odd assortment of other animals, including certain nematodes and tardigrades, some insect larvae and the brine shrimp Artemia.

    How to create animate matter from seemingly lifeless dust

  • This may be illustrated by the familiar case of the crustacea _Artemia salina_ and _Artemia Milhausenii_.

    Taboo and Genetics A Study of the Biological, Sociological and Psychological Foundation of the Family

  • Artemia, or that the degree of temperature determines the color and marks of the wings which a certain chrysalis will assume on becoming a butterfly, is the word "cause" used in the first sense?

    Evolution créatrice. English

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