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  1. Turritopsis nutricula is a small hydrozoan that once reaching adulthood, can transfer its cells back to childhood. This adaptive trait likely evolved in order to extend the life of the individual. Several different species of the genus Turritopsis were formerly classified as T. nutricula, including the "immortal jellyfish" which is now classified as T. Oceaniidae.
  2. Dec 22,  · Turritopsis nutricula‎ (6 F) P Turritopsis polycirrha‎ (2 F) T Turritopsis rubra‎ (6 F) Media in category "Turritopsis" This category contains only the following file. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.
  3. Turritopsis is a genus of hydrozoans in the family Oceaniidae.. Species. According to the World Register of Marine Species, this genus includes the following species. Turritopsis chevalense (Thorneley, ) – species inquirenda; Turritopsis dohrnii (Weismann, ) also known as the "Benjamin Button jellyfish", or the "immortal jellyfish". It can reverse its life cycle and transform itself Class: Hydrozoa.
  4. This is a list of the longest-living biological organisms: the individual(s) (or in some instances, clones) of a species with the longest natural maximum a given species, such a designation may include: The oldest known individual(s) that are currently alive, with verified ages.
  5. Oct 22,  · Turritopsis nutricula is not only an extraordinary jellyfish that has almost complete control over its own cells, but could help to cure cancer. This tiny jellyfishes amazing ability to virtually live forever is something that the scientific and medical community needs to recognize more. This one jellyfish has the potential to completely change.
  6. Jun 01,  · Turritopsis nutricula was the first described Hydrozoan species able to revert its life cycle (Bavestrello et al., ). The authors claimed that the reversion occurred only in young medusae, and not in sexually mature animals. The medusa, under stressed conditions, develops back .
  7. The Mediterranean Turritopsis must be attributed to Turritopsis dohrnii and the Turritopsis of New Zealand must be referred to Turritopsis rubra. The situation of the Japanese Turritopsis is more complex, though all sampled populations are clearly distinct from T. nutricula, a species likely confined to the Western Atlantic.
  8. On Turritopsis nutricula (McCrady) Pages; Table of Contents The information you enter here will be stored in the downloaded file to assist you in managing your downloaded PDFs locally. Help keep BHL free and open! Donate. There was an issue with the request.
  9. Do You Believe In Forever? polyp form, or hydroid, consists of stolon that run along the substrate and upright branches. Habitat lives in a marine aquatic environment. It lives in temperate and tropical oceans worldwide with temperatures ranging from 22 degrees Celsius.

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