A single betaproteobacterium dominates the microbial community of the crambescidine-containing sponge Crambe crambe. (1/2)

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Culture-dependent and independent approaches for identifying novel halogenases encoded by Crambe crambe (marine sponge) microbiota. (2/2)

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*Crambeidae

Identification of members of this family of sponges is based on microscopic examination of the spicules in their skeleton. The ... Crambe Vosmaer, 1880 Discorhabdella Dendy, 1924 Lithochela Burton, 1929 Monanchora Carter, 1883 World Register of Marine ...

*List of MeSH codes (B01)

... crambe sponge MeSH B01.500.802.200 --- dysidea MeSH B01.500.802.360 --- geodia MeSH B01.500.802.380 --- haliclona MeSH B01.500. ...

*Crambe crambe

... , the oyster sponge or orange-red encrusting sponge, is a species of demosponges belonging to the family ... Arca noae coveded by Crambe crambe Eupolymnia nebulosa on Crambe crambe Crambe crambe Babiç, K. 1922. Monactinellida und ... Phylogeographical history of the sponge Crambe crambe (Porifera, Poecilosclerida): range expansion and recent invasion of the ... The colonies of Crambe crambe form thin orange to orange-red plates, rarely lobed, with a very rough surface perforated by ...

*Crambe (disambiguation)

Crambe, North Yorkshire Crambeck near Crambe in Yorkshire, famous as having been a Roman encampment Crambe (sponge), a genus of ... Crambe glabrata DC. (greater sea kale, colewort, heartleaf crambe), a species of flowering plant Crambe maritima (common name ... Crambe is a genus of plants Crambe may also refer to: ... of halophytic flowering plant in the genus Crambe Crambe oil, ... demosponges Crambe, a genus of about 20 species of annual and perennial flowering plants Crambe abyssinica, an oilseed crop, ...

*Crambe (sponge)

Crambe amarilla Esteves, Lôbo-Hajdu & Hajdu, 2007 Crambe chilensis Esteves, Lôbo-Hajdu & Hajdu, 2007 Crambe crambe (Schmidt, ... 1993 Crambe maldonadoi Esteves, Lôbo-Hajdu & Hajdu, 2007 Crambe panamensis Maldonado, Carmona, van Soest & Pomponi, 2001 Crambe ... Crambe is a genus of demosponges belonging to the family Crambeidae. Crambe acuata (Lévi, 1958) ... tailliezi Vacelet & Boury-Esnault, 1982 Crambe tuberosa Maldonado & Benito, 1991 WoRMS Catalogue of life. ...

*List of marine animals of the Cape Peninsula and False Bay

Olifants River to Cape Peninsula) Family Crambeidae Stellar sponge Crambe acuata (Lévi, 1958) syn. Crambe chelastra (Luderitz ... Flat leaf sponge Isodictya grandis (Ridley & Dendy, 1886) (West Coast to False Bay) Fanned kelp sponge Isodictya frondosa (Lévi ... Family Polymastiidae Teat-sponge Polymastia mamillaris (Müller, 1806) (Saldanha Bay to Port St. Johns) Atlantic teat-sponge ... Tree sponge Echinoclathria dichotoma (Levi, 1963) (West Coast to Cape Agulhas) Nodular sponge Clathria (Thalysias) hooperi ...

*Aquaculture of sea sponges

"Cultivation of explants of the marine sponge Cramble crambe in closed systems". Biomolecular Engineering. 20: 333-337. doi: ... Bath sponges are the most common use of aquacultured sea sponge today. Bath sponges can be defined as any sponge species ... cut pieces of a parent sponge, which will then regrow into a full sponge) as a means of culturing sponges. Sponges have ... These sponges are one of the only true sustainably farmed sea sponges in the world. The sponges are farmed via the rope method ...
Digestibility. In vitro digestibility of the organic matter in crambe hulls and meal using rumen fluid varied considerably (Steg et al. 1994). Hulls and whole seed meal were poorly digested at 44.5 and 57.3%, respectively, whereas dehulled seed meal was much more digestible at 85.0%. In situ ruminal organic matter digestibilities for dehulled crambe meal, crambe hulls, rapeseed meal, and soybean meal were 96%, 43%, 85%, and 95%, respectively (Liu 1994; Liu et al. 1994a). Total tract organic matter digestibility for crambe meal and rapeseed meal was reported at 98% and 92%, respectively. Crambe meal organic matter, crude protein and neutral detergent fiber degraded more rapidly in the rumen than soybean meal (Liu 1994; Liu et al. 1994a). However, heat treatment or toasting of crambe meal could substantially decrease rumen degradability. Finally, rate of in situ protein disappearance in the rumen was not different for reciprocal amounts of crambe meal and soybean meal fed as protein supplements ...
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Thi-Ngoc-Dung Nguyen, Omid Feizbakhsh, Estelle Sfecci, Blandine Baratte, Claire Delehouze, et al.. Kinase-Based Screening of Marine Natural Extracts Leads to the Identification of a Cytotoxic High Molecular Weight Metabolite from the Mediterranean Sponge Crambe tailliezi. Marine drugs, MDPI, 2019, 17 (10), pp.569. ⟨10.3390/md17100569⟩. ⟨hal-02366157⟩ ...
In the present work liquid-liquid equilibrium (LLE) data were obtained for systems composed of glycerol. +. ethanol. +. distilled fatty acid ethyl esters from crambe oil at T/K = 298.2, 318.2 and 338.2. The experimental data measured for these systems were used to adjust the binary interaction parameters between their components for NRTL model treating the mixture of ester as a single ethyl ester, with the average molar mass of the mixture of esters. Two sets of UNIFAC binary interaction parameters were also tested to predict the LLE of the systems. Ethanol, which is distributed in the glycerol-rich and ester-rich phases, showed a greater affinity to the glycerol rich phase. Glycerol and FAEE presented very low miscibility. The average deviations related to mass fraction composition between experimental and calculated values by the NRTL model were less than 0.82% and by the UNIFAC model were between 2.27% and 3.97%, considering the two different sets of binary interaction parameters. © 2012 ...
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REFERENCES. ASLAM, M.; TRAVIS, R. L.; HUFFAKER, R. C. Comparative induction of nitrate and nitrite uptake and reduction systems by ambient nitrate and nitrite in intact roots of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) seedlings. Plant physiology, v. 102, n. 3, p. 811-819, 1993. [ Links ] BORGES, E. D. A. et al. Cinética de absorção de amônio e efluxo de prótons em variedades de milho. Semina : Ciências Agrárias, v. 30, n. 3, p. 513-526, 2009. [ Links ] BRITO, D. D. M. C. de. et al. Effects of nitrate supply on plant growth, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium accumulation, and nitrate reductase activity in crambe. Journal of Plant Nutrition, v. 36, n. 2, p. 275-283, 2013. [ Links ] CATALDO, D. A. et al. Rapid colorimetric determination of nitrate in plant tissue by nitration of salicylic acid. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, v. 6, n. 1, p. 71-80, jan. 1975. [ Links ] COMETTI, N. N. et al. Compostos nitrogenados e açúcares solúveis em tecidos de alface orgânica, hidropônica e ...
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Extracts Leads to the Identification of a Cytotoxic High Molecular Weight Metabolite from the Mediterranean Sponge Crambe ... Extracts Leads to the Identification of a Cytotoxic High Molecular Weight Metabolite from the Mediterranean Sponge Crambe ...
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Frontiers | Sponge Microbiota Are a Reservoir of Functional Antibiotic Resistance Genes | MicrobiologyFrontiers | Sponge Microbiota Are a Reservoir of Functional Antibiotic Resistance Genes | Microbiology

... no studies have methodically examined sponges as a reservoir of antibiotic resistance. Sponges could be important in this ... Sponges could be important in this respect because they often contain diverse microbial communities that have the capacity to ... Taken together, our results show that sponge microbiota host diverse and novel resistance genes that may be harnessed by ... Here, we applied functional metagenomics to study the presence and diversity of functional resistance genes in the sponges ...
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Marine Sponges as a Drug TreasureMarine Sponges as a Drug Treasure

... new antiviral and cytotoxic compounds from the sponge Crambe crambe. J Org Chem. 56, 5712-5715. ... sponge Hyatella. sp. extract (Oclarit et al. ., 1994) and sponge Dysidea sp. . (Elyakov et al. ., 1991).Thus, the microbial ... Crambe crambe/Poecilosclerida. Ca2+/channel blocker. Jares-Erijman et al. ., 1991. Discorhabdin D. Fused pyrrolophenanthroline ... Sponge substances have remarkable chemical diversity. A part of uncommon nucleosides, marine sponges also able to produce other ...
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Crambe amarilla Esteves, Lôbo-Hajdu & Hajdu, 2007 Crambe chilensis Esteves, Lôbo-Hajdu & Hajdu, 2007 Crambe crambe (Schmidt, ... 1993 Crambe maldonadoi Esteves, Lôbo-Hajdu & Hajdu, 2007 Crambe panamensis Maldonado, Carmona, van Soest & Pomponi, 2001 Crambe ... Crambe is a genus of demosponges belonging to the family Crambeidae. Crambe acuata (Lévi, 1958) ... tailliezi Vacelet & Boury-Esnault, 1982 Crambe tuberosa Maldonado & Benito, 1991 WoRMS Catalogue of life. ...
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DIGITAL.CSIC: Finding the relevant scale: clonality and genetic structure in a marine invertebrate (Crambe crambe, Porifera)DIGITAL.CSIC: Finding the relevant scale: clonality and genetic structure in a marine invertebrate (Crambe crambe, Porifera)

We performed a small-scale study of the population structure of the sponge Crambe crambe, in which 177 individuals from the ... 101 sponges had unique genotypes and the remaining 76 individuals formed 24 groups of sponges sharing genotypes (clones). Mean ... Finding the relevant scale: clonality and genetic structure in a marine invertebrate (Crambe crambe, Porifera). ... 33 sponges. Genetic similarities with sponges of the same locality, or from other Mediterranean localities, were within the ...
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Sublethal effects of contamination on the Mediterranean sponge Crambe crambe: metal accumulation and biological responses. ... Sponges as biomonitors of heavy metals in spatial and temporal surveys in northwestern mediterranean: multispecies comparison. ... Snapshot of a Bacterial Microbiome Shift during the Early Symptoms of a Massive Sponge Die-Off in the Western Mediterranean. ... Sponge mass mortalities in a warming Mediterranean Sea: are cyanobacteria-harboring species worse off? ...
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Crambe crambe, the oyster sponge or orange-red encrusting sponge, is a species of demosponges belonging to the family ... Arca noae coveded by Crambe crambe Eupolymnia nebulosa on Crambe crambe Crambe crambe Babiç, K. 1922. Monactinellida und ... Phylogeographical history of the sponge Crambe crambe (Porifera, Poecilosclerida): range expansion and recent invasion of the ... The colonies of Crambe crambe form thin orange to orange-red plates, rarely lobed, with a very rough surface perforated by ...
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Batzella, Crambe and Monanchora: Highly Prolific Marine Sponge Genera Yielding Compounds with Potential Applications for Cancer ...
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... levels of genetic variation in mtDNA sequences over the western Mediterranean and Atlantic range of the sponge Crambe crambe ( ...
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Triphala Extract Suppresses Proliferation and Induces Apoptosis in Human Colon Cancer Stem Cells via Suppressing c-Myc/Cyclin...Triphala Extract Suppresses Proliferation and Induces Apoptosis in Human Colon Cancer Stem Cells via Suppressing c-Myc/Cyclin...

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How Environmental Factors Affect the Production of Guanidine Alkaloids by the Mediterranean Sponge Crambe crambe Eva Ternon, ... Environmental solutions for the sustainable production of bioactive natural products from the marine sponge Crambe crambe ... Additional bioactive guanidine alkaloids from the Mediterranean sponge Crambe crambe Bondu, Stephanie,Genta-Jouve, Gregory, ... Additional bioactive guanidine alkaloids from the Mediterranean sponge Crambe crambe. RSC Advances, 2 (7):2828-2835 [Details] ...
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Microbial and Functional Biodiversity Patterns in Sponges that Accumulate Bromopyrrole Alkaloids Suggest Horizontal Gene...Microbial and Functional Biodiversity Patterns in Sponges that Accumulate Bromopyrrole Alkaloids Suggest Horizontal Gene...

Marine sponge holobionts harbor complex microbial communities whose members may be the true producers of secondary metabolites ... accumulated by sponges. Bromopyrrole alkaloids constitute a typical... ... Culture-dependent and independent approaches for identifying novel halogenases encoded by Crambe crambe (marine sponge) ... Hill M, Hill A, Lopez N, Harriott O (2006) Sponge-specific bacterial symbionts in the Caribbean sponge, Chondrilla nucula ( ...
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Frontiers | Emerging Sponge Models of Animal-Microbe Symbioses | MicrobiologyFrontiers | Emerging Sponge Models of Animal-Microbe Symbioses | Microbiology

In addition, next-generation sequencing technologies have shed light on the genomic repertoire of the sponge host and revealed ... In addition, next-generation sequencing technologies have shed light on the genomic repertoire of the sponge host and revealed ... Here, we discuss the potential and limitations of the sponge-microbe symbiosis as emerging models for animal-associated ... Here, we discuss the potential and limitations of the sponge-microbe symbiosis as emerging models for animal-associated ...
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Temperature Anomalies and Mortality Events in Marine Communities: Insights on Factors behind Differential Mortality Impacts in...Temperature Anomalies and Mortality Events in Marine Communities: Insights on Factors behind Differential Mortality Impacts in...

Duran S, Giribet G, Turon X (2004) Phylogeographical history of the sponge Crambe crambe (porifera, poecilosclerida): range ... of approximately 30 macro-benthic species including sponges, cnidarians, bivalves, ascidians and bryozoans, occurred during the ...
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BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT OF MICROORGANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH TWO MARINE SPONGES (Haliclona oculata AND Amphius huxleyi) COLLECTED...BIODIVERSITY ASSESSMENT OF MICROORGANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH TWO MARINE SPONGES (Haliclona oculata AND Amphius huxleyi) COLLECTED...

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  • Phylogenetic diversity, host-specificity and community profiling of sponge-associated bacteria in the northern Gulf of Mexico. (ac.vn)
  • Isolation of high molecular weight DNA from marine sponge bacteria for BAC library construction. (ac.vn)
  • Here, we applied functional metagenomics to study the presence and diversity of functional resistance genes in the sponges Aplysina aerophoba, Petrosia ficiformis , and Corticium candelabrum . (frontiersin.org)
  • Specially designed with two layers of dual effect cotton fabric and a sponge inner to retain heat and moisture for high performance cleansing, the mitt fits comfortably onto the fingers for easy use. (lookfantastic.com)
  • They're made from dual-effect cotton-terry with a sponge lining that retains heat and moisture during cleansing. (shopstyle.ca)
  • Host rules: spatial stability of bacterial communities associated with marine sponges (Ircinia spp. (ac.vn)
  • with the greatest number of sequences related to clustered, interspaced, short, palindromic repeats (CRISPRs) exhibited the fewest phage halogenases, suggesting a possible mechanism of protection from phage infection by the sponge host. (springer.com)
  • This study highlights the potential of phages to transport halogenases horizontally across host sponges, particularly in more permissive holobiont hosts, such as Tedania spp. (springer.com)
  • We performed a small-scale study of the population structure of the sponge Crambe crambe, in which 177 individuals from the same rocky wall (interindividual distances from 0 to 7 m) were genotyped using six microsatellite markers. (csic.es)
  • Marine sponges have been considered as a drug treasure house with respect to great potential regarding their secondary metabolites. (biomolther.org)