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Why

Microb-Teaching?

Especially in classrooms, microorganisms are often put in second place. While many students would be keen to learn more about microscopic organisms, teachers are often concerned about the practical use of microorganisms in the classroom.
Varied programs for school classes as well as teaching materials for preparation and follow-up of the exhibition visit in school are intended to remedy this situation.

Idea/Organization

Institute of Didactics (Suzanne Kapellari and all sub-project developers)

Teuthophrys trisulca trisulca lebt in Symbiose mit Algensymbionten. Dieses bis zu 0,3 mm große Wimpertierchen fängt mit seinen drei Armen kleine Mehrzeller (z.B. Rädertierchen), die es dann verschlingt und verdaut. Teuthophrys trisulca trisulca findet man im Plankton von Seen. (Link: http://www.ciliates.at/blog/), Copyright Bettina Sonntag
Teuthophrys trisulca trisulca lives in symbiosis with algae symbionts. This up to 0.3 mm large ciliate animal catches with its three arms small multicellular organism (for example rotifers), devours and digests them. Teuthophrys trisulca trisulca is found in the plankton of lakes.