Unionidae: A family of freshwater mussels in the class BIVALVIA. They differ from ZEBRA MUSSELS in that they are larger and posses a larval stage called glochidia, which requires attachment to the GILLS or fins of particular species of FISHES.FinlandAnodonta: A genus of thin-shelled freshwater mussels in the family UNIONIDAE, class BIVALVIA.Bivalvia: A class in the phylum MOLLUSCA comprised of mussels; clams; OYSTERS; COCKLES; and SCALLOPS. They are characterized by a bilaterally symmetrical hinged shell and a muscular foot used for burrowing and anchoring.Copepoda: A huge subclass of mostly marine CRUSTACEA, containing over 14,000 species. The 10 orders comprise both planktonic and benthic organisms, and include both free-living and parasitic forms. Planktonic copepods form the principle link between PHYTOPLANKTON and the higher trophic levels of the marine food chains.Gills: Paired respiratory organs of fishes and some amphibians that are analogous to lungs. They are richly supplied with blood vessels by which oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged directly with the environment.Lakes: Inland bodies of still or slowly moving FRESH WATER or salt water, larger than a pond, and supplied by RIVERS and streams.Parasites: Invertebrate organisms that live on or in another organism (the host), and benefit at the expense of the other. Traditionally excluded from definition of parasites are pathogenic BACTERIA; FUNGI; VIRUSES; and PLANTS; though they may live parasitically.Rivers: Large natural streams of FRESH WATER formed by converging tributaries and which empty into a body of water (lake or ocean).Fresh Water: Water containing no significant amounts of salts, such as water from RIVERS and LAKES.Reproduction: The total process by which organisms produce offspring. (Stedman, 25th ed)Longevity: The normal length of time of an organism's life.Buffers: A chemical system that functions to control the levels of specific ions in solution. When the level of hydrogen ion in solution is controlled the system is called a pH buffer.Fetus: The unborn young of a viviparous mammal, in the postembryonic period, after the major structures have been outlined. In humans, the unborn young from the end of the eighth week after CONCEPTION until BIRTH, as distinguished from the earlier EMBRYO, MAMMALIAN.Energy Metabolism: The chemical reactions involved in the production and utilization of various forms of energy in cells.Baseball: A competitive nine-member team sport including softball.Reproduction, Asexual: Reproduction without fusion of two types of cells, mostly found in ALGAE; FUNGI; and PLANTS. Asexual reproduction occurs in several ways, such as budding, fission, or splitting from "parent" cells. Only few groups of ANIMALS reproduce asexually or unisexually (PARTHENOGENESIS).Body Weight: The mass or quantity of heaviness of an individual. It is expressed by units of pounds or kilograms.Energy Intake: Total number of calories taken in daily whether ingested or by parenteral routes.Time Factors: Elements of limited time intervals, contributing to particular results or situations.Mollusca: A phylum of the kingdom Metazoa. Mollusca have soft, unsegmented bodies with an anterior head, a dorsal visceral mass, and a ventral foot. Most are encased in a protective calcareous shell. It includes the classes GASTROPODA; BIVALVIA; CEPHALOPODA; Aplacophora; Scaphopoda; Polyplacophora; and Monoplacophora.Biological Assay: A method of measuring the effects of a biologically active substance using an intermediate in vivo or in vitro tissue or cell model under controlled conditions. It includes virulence studies in animal fetuses in utero, mouse convulsion bioassay of insulin, quantitation of tumor-initiator systems in mouse skin, calculation of potentiating effects of a hormonal factor in an isolated strip of contracting stomach muscle, etc.2-Propanol: An isomer of 1-PROPANOL. It is a colorless liquid having disinfectant properties. It is used in the manufacture of acetone and its derivatives and as a solvent. Topically, it is used as an antiseptic.Ostreidae: A family of marine mollusks in the class BIVALVIA, commonly known as oysters. They have a rough irregular shell closed by a single adductor muscle.Gloves, Surgical: Gloves, usually rubber, worn by surgeons, examining physicians, dentists, and other health personnel for the mutual protection of personnel and patient.Mytilus: A genus of marine mussels in the family MYTILIDAE, class BIVALVIA. The species MYTILUS EDULIS is the highly edible common mussel.Crassostrea: A genus of oysters in the family OSTREIDAE, class BIVALVIA.Corbicula: A genus of freshwater clams, in the family Corbiculidae, class BIVALVIA. It originated in Asia but was introduced in North America and is now found throughout the United States.Shellfish: Aquatic invertebrates belonging to the phylum MOLLUSCA or the subphylum CRUSTACEA, and used as food.

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*Anodonta

... swan mussel Anodonta dejecta Lewis, 1875 - woebegone floater Anodonta gibbosa Say, 1824 Anodonta hartfieldorum Anodonta heardi ... California floater Anodonta cataracta Say, 1817 - eastern floater Anodonta couperiana I. Lea, 1840 - barrel floater Anodonta ... 1829 Anodonta implicata Say, 1829 - alewife floater Anodonta kennerlyi I. Lea, 1860 - western floater Anodonta nuttalliana Lea ... 1838 - winged floater Anodonta oregonensis I. Lea, 1838 - Oregon floater Anodonta peggyae Johnson, 1965 Anodonta pseudodopsis ...

*Fluvidona anodonta

"Fluvidona anodonta (Hedley & Musson, 1892)". Atlas of Living Australia. Fluvidona anodonta media at ARKive. ... The North Pine River Freshwater Snail (Fluvidona anodonta) is a species of minute freshwater snail with an operculum, an ... List of non-marine molluscs of Australia Clark, S. (2011). "Fluvidona anodonta". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN ... "North Pine River Freshwater Snail Fluvidona anodonta" (PDF). Moreton Bay Regional Council. Retrieved 12 February 2014. "Species ...

*Anodonta pseudodopsis

... is a species of medium-sized freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusc in the family Unionidae, the ... Lopes-Lima, M. & Seddon, M.B. (2014). "Anodonta pseudodopsis". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2014: e. ...

*Anodonta cataracta

... subsp. cataracta Anodonta cataracta subsp. marginata Anodonta cataracta can reach a size of 10-15 ... Anodonta cataracta, common name the Eastern Floater, is a species of large freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusc in the ... Richard A. Tankersley - Larval Brooding by the Freshwater Unionid Mussel Anodonta Cataracta - Wake Forest University. ...

*Megachile anodonta

... is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Theodore Dru Alison Cockerell in 1927. " ...

*Duck mussel

IUCN list of threatened species: Anodonta anatina Anodonta anatina at Animalbase taxonomy, a short description (giving ... The duck mussel, scientific name Anodonta anatina, is a species of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in the family ... "Anodonta anatina". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.1. International Union for Conservation of Nature. ... differences from Anodonta cygnea), distribution, biology, status (threats), images PAN Pesticides Database - Chemical Toxicity ...

*Swan mussel

Anodonta cygnea at Animalbase taxonomy, short description (giving differences from Anodonta anatina), distribution, biology, ... The swan mussel, Anodonta cygnea, is a large species of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusc in the family Unionidae, ... The shell color is often pale greenish or brownish.For differences from Anodonta anatina see Animalbase below (external links ... Lopes-Lima , M. (2014). "Anodonta cygnea". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2014: e.T156066A21400900. doi:10.2305 ...

*California floater

... , scientific name Anodonta californiensis, is a species of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in ... "Freshwater mussels: California floater (Anodonta californiensis)". Xerces Society for invertebrate concervation. Retrieved 11 ... "California Floater (Anodonta californiensis)". iNaturalist. Retrieved 11 April 2017. ...

*Curlew Lake (Washington)

Anodonta californiensis commonly called the California floater is a species of mussel which was formerly found throughout ... "California Floater (Anodonta californiensis)". Endangered Species Information Network. Archived from the original on February ...

*Charles Torrey Simpson

"A new Anodonta". Nautilus 6(12): 134-135. 1893. "Unio coruscus, subluridus, etc." Nautilus 6(12): 143-144. 1893. "A review of ... "Types of Anodonta dejecta rediscovered". Nautilus 8(5): 52. 1895. "On the validity of the genus Margaritana". American ...

*Heparin

Hovingh P, Linker A.; Linker (1993). "Glycosaminoglycans in Anodonta californiensis, a freshwater mussel". Biol. Bull. 185 (2 ...

*Lake Manix

The freshwater clam Anodonta californiensis existed in Lake Manix, as well as gastropods. Anodonta especially was probably very ... Berger, Rainer; Meek, Norman (1992-01-01). "Radiocarbon Dating of Anodonta in the Mojave River Basin". Radiocarbon. 34 (3): 578 ...

*Arthur Erskine Ellis

JC 22: 271 1947 Dimensions of Anodonta minima Millet. JC 22: 271 1948 The survey of Bookham Common. Land Mollusca of Bookham ... JC 21: 258-9 1941 Anodonta minima Millet in Norfolk. JC 21: 280 1942 Milax gracilis (Leydig) in woodland. JC 21: 325-6 1945 ...

*Lake Cahuilla

Anodonta shells are sometimes found within their own tunnels. They were probably used by inhabitants as a food source or to ... Obsidian Butte Mullet Island Red Island and Rock Hill Bivalves occurred at the shores of Lake Cahuilla, including Anodonta ...

*List of non-marine molluscs of Austria

Anodonta anatina attenuata Held, 1836; Anodonta anatina rostrata Rossmässler, 1836 Anodonta cygnea: Anodonta cygnaea deplanata ... M. Gallenstein, 1852; Anodonta cygnaea solearis Held, 1839 Pseudanodonta complanata (Rossmässler, 1835) Unio crassus: Unio ...

*Dwight Willard Taylor

TAYLOR, D. W., 1966a [1 January], An eastern American freshwater mussel, Anodonta, introduced into Arizona. The Veliger, 8(3): ...

*Sinanodonta woodiana

The Chinese pond mussel, Eastern Asiatic freshwater clam or swan-mussel, scientific name Sinanodonta (Anodonta) woodiana, is a ... firstly reported in 2017 Anodonta (Sinanodonta) woodiana is a species of East Asian unionid mussel, primarily from the Amur ... The role of host specificity in explaining the invasion success of the freshwater mussel Anodonta woodiana in Europe. ... "Presence of the alien chinese pond mussel Anodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834) (Bivalvia, Unionidae) in the Iberian Peninsula" (PDF). ...

*Angrobia

This genus includes the following species: Angrobia anodonta †Angrobia dulvertonensis Angrobia dyeriana Angrobia grampianensis ...

*Semisulcospira libertina

Anodonta lauta, Cipangopaludina chinensis laeta, and Semisulcospira libertina". Journal of Oleo Science 61(2): 69-74. doi: ...

*Lake Manly

Species that inhabited the lake probably included the brine fly larvae, brine shrimp and molluscs like Anodonta and Carinifex. ...

*Pruess Lake

One of the most unusual is a mollusk called the California floater (Anodonta californiensis), a species left over from Lake ...

*Bivalve shell

... and some freshwater mussels such as Anodonta and Anodontites aspein "Class Bivalvia". State University of New York College at ...

*Pajaro River

In 1969 river otter were recorded eating freshwater mussels (California floater (Anodonta californiensis)) on the Santa Ana ...

*Marais des Cygnes National Wildlife Refuge

Anodonta suborbiculata), and Mead's milkweed. More than 30 species of warblers migrate through or nest on the refuge. The ...

*Freshwater bivalve

Anodonta cygnea Order Veneroida The Veneroida is a large group of bivalve "clams", most of which are marine. However, several ...
Anodonta es un género de mejillones, moluscos bivalvos de la familia Unionidae.[1]​ Las especies actuales son:[2]​ Anodonta anatina (Linnaeus, 1758) Anodonta beringiana Middendorff, 1851 Anodonta californiensis Lea, 1852 Anodonta cygnea (Linnaeus, 1758) Anodonta cyrea Drouët, 1881 Anodonta dejecta Lewis, 1875 Anodonta impura Say, 1829 Anodonta kennerlyi Lea, 1860 Anodonta lurulenta Morelet, 1849 Anodonta nuttalliana Lea, 1838 Anodonta oregonensis Lea, 1838 Anodonta pseudodopsis Locard, 1883 Anodonta vescoiana Bourguignat, 1856 Además, existen dos especies fósiles:[3]​ † Anodonta johnseni † Anodonta truncilla Vaught, K.C.; Tucker Abbott, R. y Boss, K.J., 1989. «A classification of the living Mollusca». American Malacologists: Melbourne. ISBN 0-915826-22-4. XII, 195 pp. Sistema Integrado de Información Taxonómica. «Anodonta (TSN 79930)» (en inglés). Anodonta en Fossilworks PaleoDB. Turgeon, D.D., J.F. Quinn,Jr., A.E. Bogan, E.V. Coan, F.G. Hochberg, W.G. Lyons, et al. 1998. ...
Article Assessing variability in chemical acute toxicity of unionid mussels: Influence of intra‐ and inter‐laboratory testing, life stage, and species. We developed a toxicity database for unionid mussels to examine the extent of intra‐ and inter‐lab...
Wang, N., Consbrock, R. A., Ingersoll, C. G. and Barnhart, M. C. (2011), Evaluation of influence of sediment on the sensitivity of a unionid mussel (Lampsilis siliquoidea) to ammonia in 28-day water exposures. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 30: 2270-2276. doi: 10.1002/etc.616 ...
Angrobia anodonta é uma espécie de gastrópode da família Hydrobiidae. É endémica da Austrália. (em inglês) Ponder, W.F. 1996. Angrobia anodonta. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Dados de 6 de Agosto de 2007. (em inglês) Groombridge, B. (ed.) 1994. 1994 IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. (em inglês) ...
Photo/image Duck mussel (Anodonta anatina), Family: Unionidae. Location Gudenå v. Ålegods Bakke. Photographer: N Sloth, Photoid 54020
We used a dataset of western freshwater mussel occurrence records (shells and/or live animals) from nearly 300 sources spanning the 1830s to 2015 (Xerces/CTUIR 2015; full list of contributors at http://www.xerces.org/western-freshwater-mussel-database-contributors/). This analysis examined change in extent of occurrence (EOO) and area of watershed occupancy from occurrence (presence) data prior to 1990, and from 1990-2015. Based on 736 records dating prior to 1990 and 942 records dating 1990-2015, Anodonta nuttalliana has declined in EOO by 9% (208,031 km²) but in watershed area by 33% (120,427 km²). This analysis includes occurrence records for both A. nuttalliana and A. californiensis (Chong et al. 2008, Bieler 2015). Range contractions are evident in southern California and Arizona, as well as in other western states. These occurrence-based declines are reinforced by range-wide genetic research and regional and local abundance observations, especially observations of decline that have been ...
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for the analysis of glycogen in the tissue extracts. A biopsy technique was developed to remove between 5 and 10 mg of foot tissue in Amblema plicata plicata. The survival rate did not differ between biopsied and non-biopsied mussels during a 581-d observation period, demonstrating that the biopsy technique Mill allow nonlethal evaluation of the physiological condition of individual mussels through measurement of changes in contaminant, genetic, and biochemical indicators in tissue. We also modified the standard alkaline digestion and phenol-sulfuric acid analysis of glycogen for use on the small samples of biopsied tissue and to reduce analysis time and cost. We present quality control data, including method detection limits and estimates of precision and bias. The modified analytical method is rapid and accurate and has a method detection limit of 0.014 mg glycogen. Glycogen content in the biopsied samples was well above the method detection limit; it ranged from 0.09 to 0.36 mg, indicating ...
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How the glochidia get into a fish is kinda awesome. The general strategy is to convince a fish (of an appropriate species) to inhale a bunch of the babies. How they do this varies all over the place. The females of some Unionid species develop large flanges/flaps of tissue that are shaped and colored to mimic small fish or other aquatic creatures. These organs have musculature and so can even move in a realistic manner, which all aids to draw the interest of fish. When the fish come close to try and get a meal, they instead get a mouthful of larval bivalves. Other Unionid species release their larvae in sacs (ovisacs) that attach to rocks or the parent shell and are buffeted around by the current. These sacs look like little fish, again drawing the interest of fish looking for a meal. One group of Unionids (the Epioblasma) even bites onto the heads of fish (using tooth-lined shell edges), so they can shove their babies directly into the fishes mouths ...
How the glochidia get into a fish is kinda awesome. The general strategy is to convince a fish (of an appropriate species) to inhale a bunch of the babies. How they do this varies all over the place. The females of some Unionid species develop large flanges/flaps of tissue that are shaped and colored to mimic small fish or other aquatic creatures. These organs have musculature and so can even move in a realistic manner, which all aids to draw the interest of fish. When the fish come close to try and get a meal, they instead get a mouthful of larval bivalves. Other Unionid species release their larvae in sacs (ovisacs) that attach to rocks or the parent shell and are buffeted around by the current. These sacs look like little fish, again drawing the interest of fish looking for a meal. One group of Unionids (the Epioblasma) even bites onto the heads of fish (using tooth-lined shell edges), so they can shove their babies directly into the fishes mouths ...
CZ: škeble říční, UK: Duck mussel , DE: Gemeine Teichmuschel, FI: Pikkujärvisimpukka, PL: Szczeżuja pospolita, SW: Allmän dammussla , Anodonta anatina ...
Text is the Introduction to this thesis: Strophitus edentulus is a fresh water mussel which has been said to go through its metamorphosis both as a parasite on fish (Howard 1914) and without parasitism (Lefevre and Curtis 1912). This condition in Strophitus is rendered more interesting by the fact that there is but one other exception to the parasitic habit among the fresh water mussels. This exception, Anodonta imbecillis (Say), is one of the hermaphroditic species and is not closely related to Strophitus. Since these two species are widely separated in structure, and since the same changes are occurring in each form, it is possible that we have here a case of convergent evolution, the investigation of which may throw some light on the nature of this most interesting adaptation of the fresh water mussels. In the following paper I have presented a review of the observations and experiments from which the above conclusions were drawn, together with some additional data which I have collected ...
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Bakker, K. E. and Davids, C. (1973). Notes on the life history of Aspidogaster conchicola Baer, 1826 (Trematoda; Aspidogastridae). Journal of Helminthology 47, 269-276.. Ferguson, M. A., Cribb, T.H. and Smales,,L.R. (1999). Life cycle and biology of Sychnocotyle khola n.g., n.sp. (Trematoda, Aspidogastrea) in Emydura macquarii (Pleurodira: Chelidae) from southern Queensland, Australia. Systematic Parasitology 43, 41-48.. Huehner, M. K. and Etges, F. J. (1972a). Experimental transmission of Aspidogaster conchicola von Baer, 1827. Journal of Parasitology 58, 109.. Huehner, M. K. and Etges, F. J. (1977). The life cycle and development of Aspidogaster conchicola in the snails, Viviparus malleatus and Goniobasis livescens. Journal of Parasitology 63, 669-674.. Huehner, M. K. and Etges, F. J. (1981). Encapsulation of Aspidogaster conchicola (Trematoda: Aspidogastrea) by unionid mussels. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 37, 123-128.. Rohde, K. (1972). The Aspidogastrea, especially Multicotyle purvisi ...
Bakker, K. E. and Davids, C. (1973). Notes on the life history of Aspidogaster conchicola Baer, 1826 (Trematoda; Aspidogastridae). Journal of Helminthology 47, 269-276.. Ferguson, M. A., Cribb, T.H. and Smales,,L.R. (1999). Life cycle and biology of Sychnocotyle khola n.g., n.sp. (Trematoda, Aspidogastrea) in Emydura macquarii (Pleurodira: Chelidae) from southern Queensland, Australia. Systematic Parasitology 43, 41-48.. Huehner, M. K. and Etges, F. J. (1972a). Experimental transmission of Aspidogaster conchicola von Baer, 1827. Journal of Parasitology 58, 109.. Huehner, M. K. and Etges, F. J. (1977). The life cycle and development of Aspidogaster conchicola in the snails, Viviparus malleatus and Goniobasis livescens. Journal of Parasitology 63, 669-674.. Huehner, M. K. and Etges, F. J. (1981). Encapsulation of Aspidogaster conchicola (Trematoda: Aspidogastrea) by unionid mussels. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 37, 123-128.. Rohde, K. (1972). The Aspidogastrea, especially Multicotyle purvisi ...
G. 2004, Overview and comparison of lipid-containing semipermeable membrane devices (SPMDs) and oysters (Crassostrea gigas) for assessing chemical exposure. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 23: 1617-1628. D. S. 1992, Viability of glochida of two species of Anodonta exposed to low pH and selected metals. Can. J. Zool. 70: 2348-2354. Hwang, S-T. and Kammermeyer, K. 1984, Membranes in Separations. Krieger Publishing: Malabar, FL. P. 1995, Passive sampling devices for rapid determination of soil contaminant distributions. Sci. Technol. 35: 1425-1431. N. 1992, Rapid characterization of pesticide residues in contaminated soils by passive sampling devices. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 11: 765-770. Zabik, M. 1988, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. Personal communication. 1. SPMD DESCRIPTION AND RATIONALE From the discussions thus far, the reader can infer that SPMDs are designed to mimic the passive diffusional and partitioning steps of bioconcentration while providing semi-quantitative to quantitative ...
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Description: This course will develop into the biological basis of infectious disease. It will emphasize bacterial infection, the principles of the host-parasite relationship, the pathogenic characteristics and virulence factors of microorganisms, and the various modes of action of antimicrobial agents. Three hours lecture ...
Among Unionidae clams, the parasite Paraergasilus rylovi was specific to Anodonta piscinalis. The parasite occurred in southern Finland. The mean intensity of infection of P. rylovi was higher in lake populations compared to rivers. Within a lake, P. rylovi was more abundant at moderate depth compared to shallow or deep habitats. Paraergasilus rylovi produced eggs between June and August and new infections were established in clams in August. The abundance of P. rylovi increased with proportionate burrowing depth of A. piscinalis. There was an inverse relationship between P. rylovi intensity and age/size of the host, but no dependence between the intensity of infection and host sex. Female A. piscinalis, which brooded glochidia larvae were more abundantly infected by P. rylovi than non-reproducing females. The parasites were possible to expel from the gills of A. piscinalis by using high water temperature or low oxygen. Paraergasilus rylovi were expelled before an experiment conducted to study ...
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Introduction. My first acquaintance with what are known as freshwater pearl mussels harks back to my youth. One hot summers day, I was wading in the local swimming hole along Tulpehocken Creek in Berks County, Pennsylvania feeling with my toes what felt to be a clam shell in the muddy sand. Many years later I was to renew acquaintance with this fascinating group of mollusks along the muddy banks of the Rock River, northeast of Byron, IL. while on a brief picnic break on the way to teach a summer extension course! This article will be limited to the Mississippi, Illinois and Rock Rivers where I have had about 90% of my observational and collecting experiences with mussels.. Freshwater mussels, also known as freshwater pearl mussels, unionids and naiads, occur throughout much of the United States and Canada, and there are other groups in South America and Asia. Species even occur in Alaska and the Yukon, such as the Yukon Floater, Anodonta beringiana Middendorff, 1851! The term naiad comes from ...
Bacteriophages are believed to be the most abundant lifeform on earth, with estimates ranging up to 1031 particles. These different particles contain huge amounts of genetic variability that is greater than any other group of organisms and arises from the ability of phages to horizontally transfer elements of their genomes. In order to replicate, phages bind to and infect their host organism before subverting the hosts transcription machinery. Unlike other host-parasite systems, phages have developed different levels of virulence, resulting in either the destruction of the host organism (lytic) or the incorporation of the phage genome into the host (lysogenic) as the primary forms of replication. It should also be noted that other minor types of phage replication can occur in which the phage can exist as plasmid DNA with the host or can be released from the host by budding rather than lysis.. Our group studies the complex host-parasite relationship between host and phage as well as the ...
Dr. Fedukowiczs monograph answers effectively the need for an up-to-date work on ocular infections, covering virtually all external infections likely to be encountered in practice.. The first portion of her book is concerned with general considerations of bacterial infection of the eye, bacterial structure, and factors important in the host-parasite relationship. These have been, in parts, reduced almost to point form, and in this overly ambitious condensation certain imprecise statements have appeared. One could argue over the correctness of sentences such as: "Antibiotics have no effect on most of the gram-negative bacilli" (p. 10).. Each specific organism, bacterial, viral and ...
Co-requisite: BIO 424.. Microscopic study of the structure and function of cells and tissues and their integration into organs. Three hours of lecture per week.. BIO 424 Histology Laboratory (1).. Co-requisite: BIO 422.. Microscopic study of the structure and function of cells and tissues and their integration into organs. Three hours of laboratory per week.. BIO 425 Medical Bacteriology (2).. Prerequisites: BIO 324, BIO 325, CHE 310, CHE 311 or CHE 316, CHE 317. Co-requisite: BIO 435.. Characteristics of bacterial agents in human disease emphasizing host-parasite relationships, epidemiology and infection control. Two hours of lecture per week.. BIO 426 Immunology (3).. Prerequisites: BIO 320 or BIO 340; BIO 342 is recommended. Co-requisite: BIO 436.. Principles of immunology. Emphasis on the cellular and molecular nature of antigens and immunoglobulins; immunobiology; laboratory immunoassays. Three hours of lecture per week.. BIO 428 Virology (3).. Prerequisites: BIO 324, BIO 325 and CHE 310, ...
No one can doubt that disease played a major role in human history and still continues to impact human health. Also, many human diseases, such as HIV, Ebola and malaria, have been acquired from our close primate relatives. The potential transmission of infectious agents from monkeys and apes to humans is why the study of primate parasites is so significant. The present work, which is divided into several Parts, consists of 25 chapters authored by one or more of 62 contributors.. Part 1 deals with methods used in studying primate parasite interactions. It begins with a chapter on collecting and diagnosing primate parasites. This is followed with a chapter on extracting and identifying minute nematodes, mostly pin worms, recovered from fecal samples. The next chapter discusses the use of molecular methods for comparing populations of stomach worms (Oesophagostomum). This is followed by a discussion on the use of endocrinological analyses to interpret social relationships, anthropogenic ...
Mathematical biology is a classical subject that has seen a strong increase of activity over the past years, driven by the plethora of genetic information that has become available.. Current research in the Department focuses on models of population genetics, which describe the interplay of mutation and selection, and possibly other evolutionary factors such as recombination and genetic drift, in the context of biological evolution of populations. Other areas of current interest include evolutionary biology of host-parasite relationships.. ...
My research interests are in the broad area of parasite ecology. Ecology is the study of interactions of organisms with each other and with their environment. A parasites lives on, or in, a living host during some part of its life. A host, therefore, is both another organism and the parasites environment. Consequently, there are many fascinating ecological questions to be addressed surrounding host-parasite relationships. Both hosts and parasites vary widely in their biological characteristics. Some parasites have complex life cycles involving multiple hosts while others have direct life cycles. In any case, one of the main challenges to success as a parasite is successful transmission of offspring into new hosts. I am interested in how various aspects of host and parasite biology, as well as environmental factors, interact to structure parasite assemblages in host individuals, populations, and communities. This has led me to work with communities of larval trematodes in freshwater snails and ...
Summary The host-parasite relationship between Schistosoma mansoni and the snail Australorbis glabratus has been studied in aquarium-reared (unsterile) and bacteriologically sterile snails. Detailed observations on the sites of development, routes of migration, and normal and abnormal histology of the parasite, and on the pathologic changes produced in the host, as seen in serial sections of snails fixed at various intervals after infection, showed these to be similar in snails of both types. By comparison with normal controls, it has been found that infection of aquarium-reared snails suppresses fecundity, that an acceleration of shell growth appears before the parasite matures, and that an eventual stunting of shell growth and a high mortality coincides with the period of heavy cercarial emergence and the appearance of intense host tissue reactions. From observations on the development of the parasite in relation to tissue changes and mortality among infected snails, it is concluded that the extensive
This report describes a bacteria-free culture unit to be used in large numbers for detailed analysis of host-parasite relationships of Meloidogyne sp. The unit consists of an excised tomato root growing in agar medium in a test tube to which one nematode larva has been added. Almost every nematode which penetrates induces a gall; a high proportion of these galls have eggs externally after 3 weeks of incubation at 28° C. Galls appear from the 1st to the 9th day, eggs from the 18th to the 26th day, and larvae from the 25th to the 32nd day after inoculation. Infectivity of Meloidogyne incognita acrita was 53%. Variations in nutrient composition had no marked effects except that high potassium stimulated egg production without affecting incidence of gall formation; high concentrations of iodine increased brown discoloration of galls. Addition of juice from a resistant plant (Cornus florida) depressed the infectivity of M. incognita acrita for tomato roots. A resistant variety of tomato, Nemared, maintained
Unionid freshwater mussels are considered the most endangered group of all freshwater organisms. They have a complex life cycle which includes a parasitic phase on a host fish as well as a post-parasitic phase during which the juveniles depend on interstitial stream substratum properties. This contribution highlights the importance of integrative approaches to identifying the critical bottlenecks in the mussel life cycle in order to deduce sound conservation management strategies. The example of the critically endangered European freshwater pearl mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera) which has a lifespan over 100 years and which has lacked recruitment in the majority of its populations for 30-50 years, illustrates how careful management of fish host populations, stream substratum properties and genetic diversity and differentiation need to be integrated for sustainable conservation. Data on European populations of the species indicate that the stream bed properties are likely to be currently the ...
The Apicomplexa are responsible for many diseases of humans and other mammals and have huge impact on health and economy. It is important to understand metabolism and host-parasite relationships in order to develop drugs and vaccines for these infections. In the past few years, a number of apicomplexan genomes have been sequenced. The prediction of gene models and annotation of functions is still challenging and an approach called metabolic reconstruction was established, where proteins are assigned to functions within metabolic pathways either by a slow manual or faster automated approach. Compared to the automatic metabolic reconstructions for Plasmodium falciparum, the manually reconstructed pathway database Malaria Parasite Metabolic Pathways (MPMP) proved to be of very high quality. There are no manually reconstructed resources available for other apicomplexans including, Toxoplasma gondii, the model Apicomplexa. The automatically annotated pathways for T. gondii have large number of ...
original description Cressey, R.F. & B.B. Collette. (1970). Copepods and needlefishes: a study in host-parasite relationships. Fishery Bulletin, United States National Marine Fisheries Service 68(3):347-432, figs. 1-189, pls. 1-4, tabs. 1-9. (xi-1970) [details] Available for editors ...
Introduction to pathology, concepts of disease, aetiology, pathogenesis and reaction to disease. Stress, cell injury, adaptation: atrophy, hypertrophy, hyperplasia, metaplasia, dysplasia. Cell death and necrosis, reversible and irreversible injury. Inflammatory process, immune alterations, infectious processes. Acid-base and electrolyte imbalances. Host-parasite relationship, manifestations of infectious disease. Neoplasia: benign and malignant neoplasm, carcinogenesis, angiogenesis, metastasis, clinical aspects. Understanding of the pathological basis of systems including: haemopoietic, cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, digestive, nervous, skeletal, endocrine, reproductive system.. ...
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Ali, khan Z., "Host-parasite relationship in echinococcosis. I. Parasite biomass and antibody response in three strains of inbred mice against graded doses of echinococcus multilocularis cysts." (1974). Subject Strain Bibliography 1974. 1006 ...
In oral candidiasis, many keratinized epithelial cells and cells of Candida albicans are shed. Scales from patients with oral candidiasis were used for electron microscopic study of the epithelial-fungal relationship. Scales, scraped from the tongue and oral mucosa, were fixed for fungi. Electron microscopic observations showed cells of C. albicans outside, penetrating, or within the epithelial cells. Extracellular fungi possessed a floccular material adherent to the outer surface of the cell wall. Intracellular fungi lacked the floccular material which appeared to detach as fungi invaded the epithelial cells. Large vacuoles, which sometimes contained myelin figures, occupied the cytoplasm of fungal cells. Epithelial cells frequently contained several fungi. Discontinuous plasma membranes marked sites of fungal entry. Cytoplasmic areas devoid of fungi showed many tonofibrils, but the cytoplasm adjacent to fungi often lacked tonofibrils. Micrographs suggested that fungal cells lysed the ...
21 c sediment, sludge. J. Geyer et al. 22 BCF in algae (Chlorella fusca) BCFW: 34 BCFD: 170 BCF in fish (golden ide; uptake 3 days) BCFW: 120q BCFL: 1970q BCF in zebra fish (kinetic approach) BCFW: 74 e BCFL: 1850 e Bioaccumulation and Occurrence of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) 4-Octylphenol (OP) 5. 87 2,2-Bis-(3,5-dibromo4-hydroxyphenyl) propane Water Solubility (mg l-1) log KOW Detected in water, sludge, sediment, algae, mussel, or fish. J. Geyer et al. 69 (pH: 7) fresh water, sea water, sediment, mussel, and fish BCF in algae (Chlorella fusca): BCFW: 1,250 BCFD: 7,250 BCF in mussels (Mytilus edulis): BCFW: 170 BCFL: 20,000 (Anodonta anatina) BCFW: 80 BCFL: 7,340 (Pseudanodonta complanata) BCFW: 61 BCFL: 5,690 BCF in fish Golden orfe: BCFW: 219 BCFW: 334 BCFL: 5,000 BCFL: 5,510 Bioaccumulation and Occurrence of Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs) Pentachlorophenol (PCP) Fathead minnow: BCFW: 770 BCFL: 7,330 45 BCF in mussels and fish: BCFW: 50-780 h BCFL: 7,300 i (mean) 46 Table 6 ...
Karatayev, A. Y., L. E. Burlakova, and D. P. Molloy. 2000. Seasonal dynamics of Conchophthirus acuminatus (Ciliophora, Conchophthiridae) infection in Dreissena polymorpha and D. bugensis (Bivalvia, Dreissenidae). European Journal of Protistology. 36: 397-404. PDF (7MB). Karatayev, A. Y., L. E. Burlakova, D. P. Molloy, and L. K. Volkova. 2000. Endosymbionts of Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas) in Belarus. International Review of Hydrobiology. 85(5-6): 543-559. PDF (124KB). Burlakova, L. E., A. Y. Karatayev, and D. K. Padilla. 2000. The impact of Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas) invasion on unionid bivalves. International Review of Hydrobiology. 85(5-6): 529-541. PDF (118KB). Kraft, C. E., P. J. Sullivan, A. Y. Karatayev, L. E. Burlakova, J. C. Nekola, L. E. Johnson, and D. K. Padilla. 2002. Landscape patterns of an aquatic invader: assessing dispersal extent from spatial distributions. Ecological Applications - 12(3): 749-759. (available upon request). Karatayev, A. Y., L. E. Burlakova, D. P. Molloy, L. ...
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So far, little is known on the distribution of hepatotoxic microcystin (MC) in various organs of bivalves, and there is no study on MC accumulation in bivalves from Chinese waters. Distribution pattern and seasonal dynamics of MC-LR, -YR and -RR in various organs (hepatopancreas, intestine, visceral mass, gill, foot, and rest) of four edible freshwater mussels (Anodonta woodiana, Hyriopsis cumingii, Cristaria plicata, and Lamprotula leai) were studied monthly during Oct. 2003-Sep. 2004 in Lake Taihu with toxic cyanobacterial blooms in the summer. Qualitative and quantitative determinations of MCs in the organs were done by LC-MS and HPLC. The major toxins were present in the hepatopancreas (45.5-55.4%), followed by visceral mass with substantial amount of gonad (27.6-35.5%), whereas gill and foot were the least (1.8-5.1%). The maximum MC contents in the hepatopancreas, intestine, visceral mass, gill, foot, and rest were 38.48, 20.65, 1.70, 0.64, 0.58, and 0.61 mu g/g DW, respectively. There were ...
Parasitology Course, Paris, France, 21-23 May 1996 Some of the conferences will include references to Schistosomes and thus this information is posted to the SCHISTO group. A message on the same subject has already been posted on Feb 15. The present message includes more information. ---------------- The National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France organizes a series of courses on Evolution of Host-Parasite Relationships. This course is intended for graduate and post-graduate students and all researchers in the field of parasitology. Registration is free of charge but participants should register in advance. All the courses will be given in French. Please refer to the following information. =46or more details contact Pr Jean-Lou JUSTINE, e-mail:justine at mnhn.fr Information about the other courses of the Museum: http://www.mnhn.fr/ens/ed/cours96.html ----------------------------------------- Ecole Doctorale du Museum Annee Universitaire 1995-1996 Renseignements generaux et ...
Cocaine administered into the duodenum and finney pyloroplasty a u-shaped sling around the lesion is depicted. 19. Vulnerability to drug-seeking environmental factorsenvironmental factors in a solid matrix of tissue loss such as tcm and homeopathy. How do cathartics work, and other highly acidic substances could possibly reduce the absorption of glucose and sorbose absorption at various locations, such as persons with sickle-cell disease persons with. Drug discriminationdrug discrimination can be seen in helminth parasites and host-parasite relationships, pp. However, the use of cellasene1/cellulase gold1. As discussed in chapter 11. The magnetostriction cores are recommended. J neurosci 1995;14:4095 4198. Patients with advance cirrhosis of liver cirrhosis237[16] potten cs, loeffler m. Stem cells are found to adequately visualize structures between the postconditioning score and the paraventricular nucleus crf system and gambro trima automated blood chemistries, an increasing rate in septic ...

Anodonta - WikipediaAnodonta - Wikipedia

... swan mussel Anodonta dejecta Lewis, 1875 - woebegone floater Anodonta gibbosa Say, 1824 Anodonta hartfieldorum Anodonta heardi ... California floater Anodonta cataracta Say, 1817 - eastern floater Anodonta couperiana I. Lea, 1840 - barrel floater Anodonta ... 1829 Anodonta implicata Say, 1829 - alewife floater Anodonta kennerlyi I. Lea, 1860 - western floater Anodonta nuttalliana Lea ... 1838 - winged floater Anodonta oregonensis I. Lea, 1838 - Oregon floater Anodonta peggyae Johnson, 1965 Anodonta pseudodopsis ...
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Fluvidona anodonta - WikipediaFluvidona anodonta - Wikipedia

"Fluvidona anodonta (Hedley & Musson, 1892)". Atlas of Living Australia. Fluvidona anodonta media at ARKive. ... The North Pine River Freshwater Snail (Fluvidona anodonta) is a species of minute freshwater snail with an operculum, an ... List of non-marine molluscs of Australia Clark, S. (2011). "Fluvidona anodonta". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN ... "North Pine River Freshwater Snail Fluvidona anodonta" (PDF). Moreton Bay Regional Council. Retrieved 12 February 2014. "Species ...
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Fluvidona anodonta (North Pine River Freshwater Snail)Fluvidona anodonta (North Pine River Freshwater Snail)

Fluvidona anodonta. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2011: e.T1291A3396669. . Downloaded on 20 August 2018.. ... Fluvidona anodonta has been assessed as Vulnerable under criterion D2, as the species has an area of occupancy of less than 20 ...
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Fresh-Water Mussel (Anodonta Cygnea). ContinuedFresh-Water Mussel (Anodonta Cygnea). Continued

In Anodonta they appear to be profoundly modified from their original structure. Each gill consists of two lamellae, an outer ... Anodonta, Howes, Atlas of Practical Elementary Anatomy, London, 1885.. Kebers organ.Grobben, Arb. Zool. Inst. Wien. v. 1883, p ... Fresh-Water Mussel (Anodonta Cygnea). Continued. The labial tentacles are vascular, richly supplied with nerves, and ciliated. ... This is certainly the case in many forms, e. g. Arca; but Bonnet has failed to prove the fact in Anodonta. The vascular ...
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North Pine River freshwater snail videos, photos and facts - Fluvidona anodonta | ArkiveNorth Pine River freshwater snail videos, photos and facts - Fluvidona anodonta | Arkive

Fluvidona anodonta) title=Arkive species - North Pine River freshwater snail (Fluvidona anodonta) border=0/,,/a,. ... Information on the North Pine River freshwater snail (Fluvidona anodonta) is currently being researched and written and will ... a href=http://www.arkive.org/north-pine-river-freshwater-snail/fluvidona-anodonta/#src=portletV3web title=Arkive species - ... North Pine River freshwater snail (Fluvidona anodonta) ,,img src=http://cdn1.arkive.org/media/75/752AF170-8A02-422E-99A7- ...
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WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Anodonta Lamarck, 1799WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Anodonta Lamarck, 1799

Species Anodonta cygnea (Linnaeus, 1758). Species Anodonta ferrusaceana. Species Anodonta grandis Say, 1829. Species Anodonta ... Species Anodonta tryonii I. Lea, 1862 (unaccepted). Species Anodonta undulata Say, 1817 (unaccepted). Species Anodonta venusta ... Species Anodonta anatina (Linnaeus, 1758). Species Anodonta californiensis I. Lea, 1852. Species Anodonta cataracta Say, 1817. ... Species Anodonta nuttalliana I. Lea, 1838. Species Anodonta oregonensis I. Lea, 1838. Subgenus Anodonta (Sinanodonta) accepted ...
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Intermountain freshwater mollusks, USA (Margaritifera, Anodonta, Gonidea, Valvata, Ferrissia) geography, conservation, and fish...Intermountain freshwater mollusks, USA (Margaritifera, Anodonta, Gonidea, Valvata, Ferrissia) geography, conservation, and fish...

Anodonta californiensis Lea 1852 California Floater. Taxonomic considerations.-Lea (1839) described 3 western Anodonta: A. ... Anodonta californiensis is the only Anodonta living in the Intermountain region, where 4 species or morphs had formerly been ... I found no high-fin Anodonta (A. nuttalliana or A. wahlamatensis) in this study. Anodonta oregonensis was identified in ... This eastern species, also known as Anodonta grandis and Anodonta corpulenta (see Hoeh 1990), was found in Arizona between 1951 ...
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Anodonta (Anodonta) anatina (Linnaeus 1758) - Duck mussel :: :: MolluscIreland :: Land and Freshwater MolluscsAnodonta (Anodonta) anatina (Linnaeus 1758) - Duck mussel :: :: MolluscIreland :: Land and Freshwater Molluscs

Wikipedia page for Anodonta anatina. Anderson, R., (2016). Anodonta (Anodonta) anatina (Linnaeus 1758). [In] MolluscIreland. ...
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Genotoxic, cytotoxic, and neurotoxic responses in Anodonta cygnea after complex metal mixture treatment | Springer for Research...Genotoxic, cytotoxic, and neurotoxic responses in Anodonta cygnea after complex metal mixture treatment | Springer for Research...

In the present work, time-dependent increase in accumulated metals amount in gills of Anodonta cygnea after exposure to complex ... Pourang N, Richardson CA, Mortazavi MS (2010) Heavy metal concentrations in the soft tissues of swan mussel (Anodonta cygnea) ... Scarpato R, Migliore L, Barale R (1990) The micronucleus assay in Anodonta cygnea for the detection of drinking water ... Sohail M, Khan MN, Qureshi NA, Chaudhry AS (2017) Monitoring DNA damage in gills of freshwater mussels (Anodonta anatina) ...
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Cadmium kinetics in freshwater clams. III. Effects of zinc on uptake and distribution of cadmium in Anodonta cygneaCadmium kinetics in freshwater clams. III. Effects of zinc on uptake and distribution of cadmium in Anodonta cygnea

Effects of zinc on uptake and distribution of cadmium in Anodonta cygnea. Journal. Archives of Environmental Contamination and ...
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Static renewal tests using Anodonta imbecillis (freshwater mussels). Anodonta imbecillis copper sulfate reference toxicant/food...Static renewal tests using Anodonta imbecillis (freshwater mussels). Anodonta imbecillis copper sulfate reference toxicant/food...

The organisms used for testing were juvenile fresh-water mussels (Anodonta imbecillis). Although significant reduction in ... Simbeck, D.J. Static renewal tests using Anodonta imbecillis (freshwater mussels). Anodonta imbecillis copper sulfate reference ... Static renewal tests using Anodonta imbecillis (freshwater mussels). Anodonta imbecillis copper sulfate reference toxicant/food ... The organisms used for testing were juvenile fresh-water mussels (Anodonta imbecillis). Although significant reduction in ...
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Factors contributing to the abundance of the ergasilid copepod, Paraergasilus rylovi, in its freshwater molluscan host,...Factors contributing to the abundance of the ergasilid copepod, Paraergasilus rylovi, in its freshwater molluscan host,...

Shell morphology of the unionid mussels (Anodonta anatina, Unio pictorum and U. tumidus) in relation to gender and trematode ... Among Unionidae clams, the parasite Paraergasilus rylovi was specific to Anodonta piscinalis. The parasite occurred in southern ... The effect of temperature on cercariae production of two Rhipidocotyle trematodes parasitizing freshwater mussel, Anodonta ... FM Mari Saarinen on tutkinut väitöskirjassaan Paraergasilus rylovi -äyriäisloisen biologiaa sen isännässä, Anodonta piscinalis ...
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Anodonta | Article about Anodonta by The Free DictionaryAnodonta | Article about Anodonta by The Free Dictionary

Find out information about Anodonta. a genus of freshwater bivalve mollusks of the family Unionidae.The shells of Anodonta ... consist of two oval valves connected on the dorsal side by an elastic... Explanation of Anodonta ... Anodonta. Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia. Anodonta. a genus of freshwater bivalve mollusks of the family ... Anodonta are used as food. The shells of many species of Anodonta serve as raw material for the button industry. ...
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The effect of 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine on the serotonergic system of the mussel Anodonta cygnea L.<...The effect of 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine on the serotonergic system of the mussel Anodonta cygnea L.<...

The effect of 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine on the serotonergic system of the mussel Anodonta cygnea L. / Hiripi, L.; Nemcsók, János ... The effect of 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine on the serotonergic system of the mussel Anodonta cygnea L. Comparative Biochemistry and ... N2 - 1. 1. 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine injected into the foot muscle of Anodonta cygnea results in a 30% decrease in the serotonin ... AB - 1. 1. 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine injected into the foot muscle of Anodonta cygnea results in a 30% decrease in the serotonin ...
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Transverse section of portion of an outer gill plate of Anodonta, highly magnified :: Freshwater and Marine Image BankTransverse section of portion of an outer gill plate of Anodonta, highly magnified :: Freshwater and Marine Image Bank

Transverse section of portion of an outer gill plate of Anodonta, highly magnified ... Transverse section of portion of an outer gill plate of Anodonta, highly magnified. ... Transverse section of portion of an outer gill plate of Anodonta, highly magnified ...
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Effects of copper on calcium metabolism and detoxification mechanisms in freshwater bivalve species of Anodonta  - EPub BayreuthEffects of copper on calcium metabolism and detoxification mechanisms in freshwater bivalve species of Anodonta - EPub Bayreuth

Kupferion; ionisches Kupfer; Zweischalige Süsswasser-Muscheln Anodonta ; Phytochelatine; Calcium Homöostase; Anodonta anatina; ... Effects of copper on calcium metabolism and detoxification mechanisms in freshwater bivalve species of Anodonta. Bayreuth , ... über toxische Wirkungen sowie Entgiftungsmechanismen von Kupfer in Anodonta cygnea und Anodonta anatina zu erweitern, zwei ... The objectives of this thesis are to get knowledge on toxic effects and detoxification mechanisms of copper in Anodonta cygnea ...
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Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstra - Abstract - High Resolution Stock Raw Photos,Images&Vectors...Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstra - Abstract - High Resolution Stock Raw Photos,Images&Vectors...

Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstract pink and purple color on white background. ... Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstract pink and purple color on white background. You can use this ...
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Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstra - Abstract - High Resolution Stock Raw Photos,Images&Vectors...Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstra - Abstract - High Resolution Stock Raw Photos,Images&Vectors...

Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstract pink and purple color on white background. ... Anodonta gills ciliated epithelium under the microscope - Abstract pink and purple color on white background. You can use this ...
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Anodonta sp. Gelbstrahlen Show fish profile Filopaludina sp. Zebra Show fish profile ...
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Duck mussel - WikipediaDuck mussel - Wikipedia

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Anodonta anatina.. *Anodonta anatina at Animalbase taxonomy, a short description (giving ... Lopes-Lima, M. (2014). "Anodonta anatina". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.1. International Union for ... The duck mussel (Anodonta anatina) is a species of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in the family Unionidae, the ... differences from Anodonta cygnea), distribution, biology, status (threats), images. *PAN Pesticides Database - Chemical ...
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Culture of the freshwater mussel, Anodonta woodiana at the Freshwater Aquaculture Center An account is given of the studies on ... the culture of the freshwater mussel Anodonta woodiana with fishes in fertilized ponds which have been conducted at the ...
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Vol 53, No 2 - Life History of Kansas Freshwater Mussels - The Kansas School Naturalist  | Emporia State UniversityVol 53, No 2 - Life History of Kansas Freshwater Mussels - The Kansas School Naturalist | Emporia State University

Anodonta suborbiculata - flat floater. E. Anodontoides ferussacianus - cylindrical papershell. SINC. Arcidens confragosus - ...
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Anodonta cygnea. Swan mussel Westralunio carteri. Carters freshwater mussel Argopecten purpuratus. Peruvian scallop ...
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Vol 27, No 3 - Kansas Nongame & Endangered Wildlife - The Kansas School Naturalist  | Emporia State UniversityVol 27, No 3 - Kansas Nongame & Endangered Wildlife - The Kansas School Naturalist | Emporia State University

Heel-Splitter Mussel - Anodonta suborbiculata Originally reported in 1885 from Silver Lake, Shawnee County, it has since ...
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  • FM Mari Saarinen on tutkinut väitöskirjassaan Paraergasilus rylovi -äyriäisloisen biologiaa sen isännässä, Anodonta piscinalis -pikkujärvisimpukassa. (jyu.fi)
  • The tissue of the branchiae in the Unionacea (Unto, Anodonta, &c), contains a very large amount of lime carbonate. (chestofbooks.com)
  • The vascular channels have a very complex arrangement in Anodonta, and have been fully described with figures by the last named author. (chestofbooks.com)