Crangonidae: A family of shrimp in the class CRUSTACEA, order DECAPODA, containing a single genus, Crangon, with multiple species.Newfoundland and Labrador: Province of Canada consisting of the island of Newfoundland and an area of Labrador. Its capital is St. John's.Dissertations, Academic as Topic: Dissertations embodying results of original research and especially substantiating a specific view, e.g., substantial papers written by candidates for an academic degree under the individual direction of a professor or papers written by undergraduates desirous of achieving honors or distinction.Academic DissertationsGreat BritainLibraries, Digital: Libraries in which a major proportion of the resources are available in machine-readable format, rather than on paper or MICROFORM.Decapoda (Crustacea): The largest order of CRUSTACEA, comprising over 10,000 species. They are characterized by three pairs of thoracic appendages modified as maxillipeds, and five pairs of thoracic legs. 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Pathology and ultrastructure of an intranuclear bacilliform virus (IBV) infecting brown shrimp Crangon crangon (Decapoda: Crangonidae). (1/2)

The brown shrimp Crangon crangon supports an important fishery in Europe (over 25000 t, valued at 80 million euros in 2000). Through the course of histopathological screening of crustaceans from the Clyde estuary, western Scotland, for the biological effect of contaminants, we have discovered a highly prevalent (up to 100%) non-occluded intranuclear bacilliform virus (IBV) infection in the hepatopancreatic tubule epithelia and midgut epithelia of wild C. crangon. This is the first report of an IBV in this family. We have termed this virus Crangon crangon bacilliform virus (CcBV). Histological and ultrastructural observations suggest that this virus is similar to other IBVs previously described from crabs and penaeid shrimps. The nuclei of virus-infected epithelial cells contained an eosinophilic, hypertrophied viroplasm that marginalised the chromatin of the host nucleus. Infected cells were often separated from their neighbouring cells and their nuclei appeared apoptotic. In heavily infected shrimp, apoptotic cells were expelled into the lumen of the hepatopancreatic tubule or the midgut. Following this stage, some hepatopancreatic tubules became degenerate, with remnants of the basement membrane and myoepithelial lining remaining. Transmission electron microscopy of hypertrophic nuclei revealed the presence of rod-shaped and cylindrical, envelope-bound virions. These virions did not form arrays and were not embedded within occlusion bodies, but did appear to be partially occluded in an amorphous matrix that corresponded to a granular viroplasm. The ultrastructure, morphology and size of the nucleocapsid and the complete virion aligns the virus most closely to the IBVs previously reported from other decapod crustaceans. Due to the pathological manifestation of IBV infection in C. crangon, it appears likely that it can act as a population modulator, particularly at sites where infection prevalence is high, such as that observed in the Clyde estuary.  (+info)

Absence of Ca2+-induced mitochondrial permeability transition but presence of bongkrekate-sensitive nucleotide exchange in C. crangon and P. serratus. (2/2)

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*Crangonidae

The family Crangonidae is a taxon of shrimp, of the superfamily Crangonoidea, including the commercially important species ...

*Crangonoidea

... is a superfamily of shrimp containing the two families Crangonidae and Glyphocrangonidae. Sammy De Grave; N. Dean ...

*Prawn

It is the only term used for species in the family Crangonidae, such as the common shrimp or brown shrimp, Crangon crangon. ...

*Crangon franciscorum

... is a species of shrimp in the Crangonidae family which is endemic to the brackish estuaries of California ...

*List of marine animals of Australia (temperate waters)

Family Crangonidae - Crangonid shrimps Philoceras victoriensis (Fulton and Grant, 1902) (Southern Western Australia to Victoria ...

*List of MeSH codes (B01)

... crangonidae MeSH B01.500.131.365.190.550 --- nephropidae MeSH B01.500.131.365.190.615 --- palaemonidae MeSH B01.500.131.365. ...

*Adrian Hardy Haworth

1825 Family Crangonidae Haworth, 1825 Family Porcellanidae Haworth, 1825 and named 22 new genera of moths The plant genus ...
Abele, D. , Sartoris, F. J. and Pörtner, H. O. (1997): Hydrogen peroxide causes a decrease in aerobic metabolic rate and in intracellular pH in the shrimp Crangon crangon , Comparative biochemistry and physiology c-toxicology & pharmacologyC/2 ...
ABSTRACT Changes in weight and water content of the hepatopancreas and ovary of Crangon crangon are described in relation to body weight and ovarian development. Percentage of water content of the organs in relation to ovarian stage was determined for 43 females; organ wet weight data were obtained from another 137 animals. All stages of gonadal development (oogenesis, previtellogenesis, vitellogenesis, and depleted) were represented in the sample population of ovigerous, nonovigerous, and postovigerous females. The ovary and hepatopancreas progress through cycles of progressive and retrogressive changes in weight and volume which are characterized by a phase shift between the two organs. This resembles a Volterra-Lotka system, for which equations were derived. Wet weight of the ovary increases by 69% through previtellogenesis, and by 282% from pre- to secondary vitellogenesis. This represents an increase of 5.5% of body weight occupied by the ovary during development. The hepatopancreas nearly doubles
There is a controversy associated with the effects of immunotherapy aimed at desensitising patients to house dust mites on their reactions to snails and other molluscs and crustacea. Van Ree et al. (1996) [1713] first reported that house-dust mite immunotherapy is accompanied by the induction of IgE against snail and shrimp. Out of 17 sera over a 14-20 month study, the average IgE response to snail showed a significant increase and this included two conversions from negative to strongly positive. The IgE response to snail (, 10% binding in a snail RAST) was confirmed by a positive skin prick test (SPT) for 6/10 patients. 2 patients also showed oral allergy syndrome on eating shrimp (Crangon crangon).. Peroni et al. (2000) [1667] report the case of a 12-year-old girl who was sensitized to house dust mites and started immunotherapy. After several months the patient was taken to the hospital emergency room owing to severe anaphylactic reaction after ingestion of sea snails. She developed a ...
Warm water king prawns are so-called decapods, with five pairs of legs. The group includes also North Sea brown shrimps, crayfish, lobsters, and edible crabs. This species originates from tropical regions such as East & South East Asia, but is commonly also produced in aquaculture. It can reach a length of up to 23 cm. The body is elongated, laterally compressed and translucent with a milky brown coloration.. Our king prawns come from an aquaculture and are fed a special diet which promotes health and well-being. Once the prawns have grown to our desired size, they are then harvested fresh and frozen as quickly as possible to lock in the freshness and nutrients. Prawns are low in fat.. King prawns are available in our Birds Eye Inspirations range and in our Stir Your Senses range.. ...
basis of record Leloup, E. (1952). Contributions à létude de la faune belge: 19. Observation sur la crevette grise au large de la côte belge en 1949 [Contribution to the study on the Belgian fauna: 19. Observation on the brown shrimp along the Belgian coast in 1949]. Med. K. Belg. Inst. Nat. Wet. 18(1): 1-28 (look up in IMIS) [details] ...
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Agar plate counts and microbial types are reported for brown shrimp reared along West Galveston Bay in 2-acre natural marshland and in 0.5-acre artificial ponds during June to October 1970. Bacterial counts of pond-reared ...
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Crangonidae. Crangon. alaskensis (Alaskan bay shrimp). crangon (brown shrimp). franciscorum (California bay shrimp). ...
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Familia: Crangonidae. Genus: Crangon. Species : Crangon crangon Name[edit]. *Crangon crangon Fabricius, 1798 ...
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Crangonidae, Glyphocrangonidae *ITIS link: Crangonoidea Haworth, 1825 (mirror). *NCBI link: Crangonoidea *Fossilworks PaleoDB ...
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Contains two families: including the family Crangonidae.[8] Crangon crangon is abundant around the European coast has a sandy ...
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 		 			Genetic divergence of Argis lar and A. hozawai, distinct sibling species of deep...CiNii 論文 - Genetic divergence of Argis lar and A. hozawai, distinct sibling species of deep...

Revision of Argis dentata and related species (Decapoda : Caridea : Crangonidae), with description of a new species from the ... Prawns, Shrimps and Lobsters from Japan (172). Family Crangonidae-Genus Argis HAYASHI K ...
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additional source De Grave, S. & C.H.J.M. Fransen. (2011). Carideorum catalogus: the recent species of the dendrobranchiate, stenopodidean, procarididean and caridean shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda). Zool. Med. Leiden. 85(9): 30.ix.2011: 195-589 figs 1-59. (look up in IMIS) [details] Available for editors ...
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Crangonidae (Family). *. Aegeon (Genus). *. Aegeon propensalata (Species). *. Aegeon propensalata var. hilarula (Variety) ...
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Calorigenic effect of diet on the grass shrimp Crangon franciscorum (Crustacea: Crangonidae). Comparative Biochemistry and ...
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Crangonidae,type:4},{name:family Crangonidae,type:4}]},/script, ,svg width=720px height=600px id=vtSvg viewBox= ... Calorigenic effect on diet on the grass shrimp Crangon franciscorum (Crustacea: Crangonidae).. Preferred temperature, thermal ...
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LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF PHILOCHERAS TRISPINOSUS (HAILSTONE, 1835) (DECAPODA: CRANGONIDAE) REARED IN THE LABORATORY *pp.: 123-137 ...
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DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW CRANGONID SHRIMPS OF THE GENUS PONTOPHILUS FROM JAPANESE WATERS (CRUSTACEA, DECAPODA, CRANGONIDAE) ( ...
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Friends of Penobscot Bay: Penobscot Bays Fishes & Shellfishes, circa 1994Friends of Penobscot Bay: Penobscot Bay's Fishes & Shellfishes, circa 1994

Sevenspine bay shrimp Crangon septemspinosa Crangonidae. American lobster Homarus americanus Nephropidae. Jonah crab Cancer ...
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Seasonal variation in starvation resistance of early larval North Sea shrimp, Crangon crangon (Decapoda: Crangonidae) , Marine ...
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Seasonal variation in starvation resistance of early larval North Sea shrimp, Crangon crangon (Decapoda: Crangonidae) , Marine ...
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Crangonoidea is a superfamily of shrimp containing the two families Crangonidae and Glyphocrangonidae. Sammy De Grave; N. Dean ...
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Loliginidae | definition of Loliginidae by Medical dictionaryLoliginidae | definition of Loliginidae by Medical dictionary

... and Crangonidae.. Dietary composition of four stocks of pacific harbor seal (phoca vitulina richardii) in the northern ...
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Crangonidae. Subspecies:. BIN (Cluster ID):. BOLD:AAB5942 * Barcode Index Numbers(BIN): cluster barcode sequences to create ...
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Crangonidae); S. Notes on the tick and story of the range interview Bathynectes maravigna( Brachyura: Portunidae) in the ...
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  • Crangonidae - čeľaď z podkmeňa kôrovce, trieda rakovce (Malacostraca), rad desaťnožce (Desapoda). (sav.sk)
  • Mesocrangon Zarenkov, 1965 (Crustacea, Decapoda, crangonidae): proposed conservation by suppression of Mesocrangon Woodward, 1873," The Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 71(3), (1 September 2014). (bioone.org)