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Hydra (genus) - Wikipedia

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Hydra /ˈhaɪdrə/ is a genus of small, fresh-water animals of the phylum Cnidaria and class ... Hydra species. Scientific .... The Journal of Biological Chemistry.

What is a Hydra? - Animal Biology - Quatr.us

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6 days ago ... A hydra is not much more complicated than that - it's a cylinder of cells two cells thick. The cells are specialized so that the inside cells know to ...

Hydra | Developmental Biology Interactive

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Asexual Reproduction in Hydra: 1: a bud begins to form on the tubular body of an adult Hydra. 2: The bud develops a mouth and tentacles. 3: The bud detaches ...

Hydra | hydrozoan genus | Britannica.com

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Nov 13, 2008 ... Hydra, genus of invertebrate freshwater animals of the class ... reproduction (in reproduction (biology): Reproduction of organisms) (in sex: Life ...

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May 6, 2014 ... Biology Animation describing Hydra Reproduction Sexual Reproduction. Visit http://www.thestudio5.com.au/3d-modeling.html.

Hydra: History, Habitat and Locomotion (With Diagram) - Biology ...

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In this article we will discuss about Hydra:- 1. History of Hydra 2. Habit, Habitat and Culture of Hydra 3. Structure 4. Locomotion 5. Nutrition 6. Respiration ...

Information on Hydra

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Hydra are truly fascinating small aquatic animals. Most hydra are tiny, reaching a maximum of only about 30 mm long when fully extended. They are barely ...

senescence - Why is the Hydra Biologically Immortal? - Biology ...

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Jan 21, 2013 ... I have heard that the Hydra organism is biologically immortal (later I found that there are more immortal organisms). Now I know that its ...

Hydra: Current Biology - Cell

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Nov 23, 2010 ... Department of Biological Chemistry and the Developmental Biology Center ... While most cnidarians are marine, Hydra is unusual in that it lives ...

Hydra and Other Cnidarians - The Biology Corner

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A common organism to study in a biology lab is the hydra. The hydra belongs to a group of organisms known as cnidarians or sometimes called coelenterates.