The effect of dietary substitution of casein with fishmeal, soybean meal and crustacean meal on the growth of the abalone Haliotis discus hannai Ino was determined. A 350 g casein per kilogram diet was included into the CS diet. The whole casein was then substituted by: (1) 300 g fishmeal and 200 g soybean meal per kilogram diet (FS), (2) 200 g fishmeal, 200 g soybean meal and 130 g krill meal per kilogram diet (FSK), (3) 200 g fishmeal, 200 g soybean meal and 280 g red crab meal per kilogram diet (FSC) or (4) 200 g fishmeal, 200 g soybean meal and 130 g shrimp head meal per kilogram diet (FSS). In addition, a 50-g by-product of green tea per kilogram diet was included in the FS diet to form the FSG diet. Sea tangle (ST)diet was supplied to abalone as a control feed. Weight gain, final shell length and final shell width of abalone fed with the various substitution feeds (FS, FSK, FSC, FSS and FSG) were not different from those obtained with the CS diet. All the formulated feeds, however, ...
Elysia chlorotica is not an ordinary sea slug (a mollusc). Elysia chlorotica is a photosynthetic sea animal. Like plants, it is capable of converting sunlight into energy.. The photosynthetic ability of Elysia chlorotica is the result of incorporation of algal (Vaucheria litorea) chloroplasts (organelles found in plant cells in which photosynthesis occurs) and chlorophyll producing genes into its molluscan cells. Vaucheria litorea belongs to the yellow-green algae of the class Xanthophyceae.. These slugs initially got the chlorophyll producing genes from the algae that they had eaten. Present generations of slugs have received these genes from their parent generations, and they are passing them to their daughter generations.. Elysia chlorotica gets its chlorophyll-making genes through genetic inheritance, but still is unable to carry out photosynthesis until it consumes adequate quantity of algae so as to receive necessary chloroplasts, which it is unable to produce by itself.. ...
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Character analysis is performed based on anatomical information on 95 species of Sacoglossa (Mollusca, Opisthobranchia). Functional and developmental information is included, where available. Phylogenetic analysis to generic level is performed. The shelled Oxynoacea is a monophyletic group containing three families, Volvatellidae, Juliidae and Oxynoidae. The family Cylindrobullidae is excluded from the Sacoglossa, but forms a sister taxon. The non-shelled Placobranchacea is also a monophyletic group composed of two monophyletic superfamilies, Placobranchoidea (= Elysioidea) and Limapontioidea (= Stiligeroidea; = Polybranchoidea). Relationships among most genera included in the Placobranchoidea remain unresolved. The family Boselliidae is retained until further examination of the included species has shown whether it should be included in the Placobranchidae. The Platyhedylidae, comprising the genera Platyhedyle and Gascoignella, is included in the Placobranchoidea. Of the families included in ...
Synonyms for class Gastropoda in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for class Gastropoda. 3 synonyms for class Gastropoda: class Gasteropoda, Gasteropoda, Gastropoda. What are synonyms for class Gastropoda?
A Biological Marvel - Photosynthetic Sea Slug. Note the bright green hue in the photograph.. This Sea Slug is a Biological Marvel - It is both an Animal and a Plant!!. "Elysia chlorotica can make energy containing molecules without having to eat anything.". "This is the first time that multicellular animals have been able to produce chlorophyll".. Elysia chlorotica is not an ordinary sea slug (a mollusc). Elysia chlorotica is a photosynthetic sea animal. Like plants, it is capable of converting sunlight into energy.. The photosynthetic ability of Elysia chlorotica is the result of incorporation of algal (Vaucheria litorea) chloroplasts (organelles found in plant cells in which photosynthesis occurs) and chlorophyll producing genes into its molluscan cells. Vaucheria litorea belongs to the yellow-green algae of the class Xanthophyceae.. These slugs initially got the chlorophyll producing genes from the algae that they had eaten. Present generations of slugs have received these genes from their ...
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Nudibranchs (/ˈnjuːdɪbræŋk/) are a group of soft-bodied, marine gastropod molluscs which shed their shells after their larval stage. They are noted for their often extraordinary colours and striking forms, and they have been given colourful nicknames to match, such as "Clown", "Marigold", "Splendid", "Dancer" and "Dragon". Currently, about 2,300 valid species of nudibranchs are known. The word "nudibranch" comes from the Latin nudus, naked, and the Greek βραγχια, brankhia, gills. Nudibranchs are often casually called sea slugs, as they are a family of Opistobranchs (sea slugs), with the phylum Mollusca (molluscs) but many sea slugs belong to several taxonomic groups which are not closely related to nudibranchs. A number of these other sea slugs, such as the photosynthetic Sacoglossa and the colourful Aglajidae, are often confused with nudibranchs. Nudibranchs occur in seas worldwide, including in the tropics and the Southern Ocean. Nudibranchs live at virtually all depths of salt ...
Several species of kleptoplastic, sacoglossan sea slug photosynthesize using chloroplasts sequestered inside their digestive cells from algal food sources. However, sequestered chloroplasts alone are
Citation. Harasewych, M. G., Adamkewicz, S. L., Blake, J. A., Saudek, D., Spriggs, T., Bult, C. J.. Phylogeny and Relationships of Pleurotomariid Gastropods (Mollusca: Gastropoda): an Assessment Based on Partial 18S RDNA and Cytochrome C Oxidase I Sequences. Mol Mar Biol Biotechnol. 1997 Mar 01; 6(1): 1-20.. PubMed Citation. Abstract. The phylogenetic position of the ancient family Pleurotomariidae within the Molluscan class Gastropoda, as well as the relationships of its Recent genera and species, were assessed using an iterative, two-gene (18S rDNA and cytochrome c oxidase I) approach to phylogeny reconstruction. In order to orient the Pleurotomariidae within Gastropoda, partial 18S rDNA sequences were determined for 7 pleurotomariid and 22 other gastropods that span the major groups within the class as well as for one cephalopod and two polyplacophorans, which serve as outgroups. Cladistic analyses of a sequence of approximately 450 base pairs (bp) near the 5 end of the 18S rDNA support the ...
Evolution and physiology of functional kleptoplasty in SacoglossaGregor ChristaDepartment of Biology, Centre for Environmental and Marine Studies (CESAM), University of Aveiro, Portugal and Zoological Research Museum Alexander KoenigSome species of the marine gastropod taxa Sacoglossa are able to retain the chloroplasts of their algae food source and keep them functional
Shell formation and changes in body shape are important components of abalone development. The 2-DE results showed that at least two proteins (calmodulin (spot 75) [37] and calreticulin (spot 118) [38]) upregulated in the trochophore stage are involved in molluscan shell formation. Calmodulin and calreticulin were also identified in the larvae of the snail P. canaliculata during shell development [22] and in the Pacific oyster C. gigas [13]. The upregulation of both proteins indicates that they may contribute to the calcification of larval shells. According to the label-free analysis, additional proteins (CaM kinase II alpha, cadherin-like 3 protein, and calponin) involved in calcium ion transport and regulation were upregulated in the veliger stage. These proteins are likely involved in shell formation that occurs between trochophore and veliger larvae. In addition, calreticulin, as a protein-folding-related protein, can bind to misfolded proteins and either correct the protein folding or ...
Sea slug name for a marine gastropod mollusk that lacks a shell as an adult and is usually brightly colored. Australias Sea slugs, or nudibranchs, are distributed throughout the world, with the greatest numbers and the largest kinds found in tropical waters. They creep along the bottom or cling to submerged vegetation, usually in water just below the low tide line. Members of a few species swim on the surface in open ocean. Most sea slugs are under 1 in. (2.5 cm) long, although the largest, found in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, reaches 12 in. (30 cm). Regarded by many people as the most beautiful of marine animals, sea slugs display a great array of solid colors and patterns. Many have feathery structures (ceratia) on the back, often in a contrasting color. Australia sea slugs have two pairs of tentacles on the head, used for tactile and chemosensory reception, with a small eye at the base of each tentacle. Sea slugs graze on small sessile animals such as coelenterates, sponges, and ...
Addresses: Haase M, Univ Basel, Dept Integrat Biol, Sect Conservat Biol, St Johanns Vorstadt 10, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland. Univ Basel, Dept Integrat Biol, Sect Conservat Biol, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland. Uppsala Univ, Dept Anim Ecol, Evolutionary Biol CAvailable from: 2008-10-17 Created: 2008-10-17 Last updated: 2011-01-14 ...
Uribe, R.A. et al. 2013: A review on the diversity and distribution of opisthobranch gastropods from Peru, with the addition of three new records (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia). Spixiana, 36 (1): 43-60. full article (PDF) ...
Define genus Haliotis. genus Haliotis synonyms, genus Haliotis pronunciation, genus Haliotis translation, English dictionary definition of genus Haliotis. Noun 1. genus Haliotis - type genus of the family Haliotidae Haliotis mollusk genus - a genus of mollusks family Haliotidae, Haliotidae - abalones abalone,...
Giant peroxisomes revealed by a comparative microscopy study of digestive gland cells of cephalaspidean sea slugs (Gastropoda, Euopisthobranchia) - Alexandre Lobo-da-Cunha, Elsa Oliveira, Ângela Alves, Gonçalo Calado
Nanoindentation method has been used to explore, at the nanoscale, the mechanical properties of four different representative types of conch shells belonging to the two biggest classes of molluscs, Gastropoda and Bivalvia, in order to compare nanohardness and Youngs modulus with respect to the microstructural anisotropic architectures. For the experimental tests a Nano Indenter XP (MTS Nano Instruments, Oak Ridge TN) has been used. The mechanical tests have been carried out on the inner and outer surfaces of the shells, as well as on their cross-section, near to the inner/outer surfaces and in the middle layer. The results confirm the three layered anisotropic architecture of the investigated conchs. On each of these 5 surfaces, 2 × 5 indentations have been performed at different maximum depth: from 250 nm to 4 μm, with a step of 250 nm, for a total of 3200 tests. The numerous observations have been analysed applying an ad hoc modification of the Weibull Statistics, suggesting a natural ...
The use of molecular clocks to estimate divergence times is controversially debated, due to conflicting results from different studies and disparities with paleontological or archaeological data [73-76]. Criticism focuses on the major problems such as faulty calibration, impact of rate heterogeneity among lineages, and "time dependency of molecular rates" [73, 75-77]. Some of the problems could be solved by the relaxed clock approach [78], and despite all pitfalls and criticism, molecular clock approaches have helped considerably to reveal the evolutionary history of life, especially when it comes to divergence times of groups with poor or no fossil record [75, 76, 79]. Thus, we consider it a valuable methodology to roughly estimate divergence times for tiny, sluggish gastropods for which there is no fossil record. Molecular clock dating stands and falls with the accuracy with which genetic distances can be estimated [80]; thus we consider the removal of ambiguous (i.e. potentially ...
Nudibranchs are gastropods that have naked branches ("gills") hanging off their backs (hence the "nudi"), many with outlandish color schemes that appear to be a defense mechanism. But their alien characteristics are not just that they look stranger than anything that sci-fi has yet to produce. Some nudibranchs are Borg-like, assimilating weaponry and technology of other species into their own toxic arsenals. Many nudibranchs eat critters that have toxic weapons (stingers, nematocysts, poisons) then secrete the previously digested arsenal when attacked ...
Tropomyosin, in association with the troponin complex, plays a central role in the calcium dependent regulation of muscle contraction.
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original description Swennen C. & Buatip S. (2009) Aiteng ater, new genus, new species, an amphibious and insectivorous sea slug that is difficult to classify (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia: Sacoglossa(?): Aitengide, new family). The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 57(2): 495-500. [details] ...
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1. The haemolymph concentration in the pomatiasids is higher than in any other terrestrial gastropods so far studied.. 2. P. elegans shows a yearly cycle of haemolymph concentration, showing maximum values in January and February 1971, and June and July 1971. Minimal values were obtained between March and May 1971.. 3. The concentration of calcium in the haemolymph (especially of Pomatias) is high, a value of 20.2 mM/l being obtained for one group of Pomatias. This reflects their dependence on calcareous soils for survival.. 4. Haemolymph and urine are isosmotic and isoionic.. 5. The mantle fluid is generally less concentrated than the haemolymph and urine, ionic reabsorption presumably occurring over the mantle epithelium. Potassium, calcium and magnesium ions are selectively reabsorbed.. 6. The highest haemolymph concentrations in pomatiasids were found in animals that inhabited areas with the least rainfall, and vice versa.. 7. During inactivity the percentage ionic composition of the ...
Bouchet & Rocroi (2005): Domain: Eukaryota • Regnum: Animalia • Subregnum: Eumetazoa • Cladus: Bilateria • Superphylum: Protostomia • Phylum: Mollusca • Classis: Gastropoda • Subclassis: Orthogastropoda • Superordo: Heterobranchia • Cladus: Opisthobranchia • Cladus: Euthyneura • Cladus: Nudipleura • Ordo: Nudibranchia • Subordo: Dexiarchia • Infraordo: Cladobranchia • Parvordo: Aeolidida • Superfamilia: Fionoidea • Familia: Calmidae Iredale & ODonoghue, 1923 ...
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Gastropoda, ar gasteropoded pe ar choftroadeged [2] a zo ur gevrennad eus skourrad ar Mollusca e-touesk eizh kevrennad hervez Word Register of Marines species WORMS[3] och heuliañ ar rummatadur klasel. Kevrennad lodenn vrasañ ar pezh a zo anvet kregin pe choazh melchwed gant an dud.. ...
Greve, C., Haase, M., Hutterer, R., Rödder, D., Ihlow, F., Misof, B. (2017): Snails in the desert: Species diversification of Theba (Gastropoda: Helicidae) along the Atlantic coast of NW Africa. - Ecology and Evolution (2017) 7: 5524 - 5538; DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3138
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Breure, Abraham S. H., Avila, Valentin Mogollon (2016): Synopsis of Central Andean Orthalicoid land snails (Gastropoda, Stylommatophora), excluding Bulimulidae. ZooKeys 588: 1-199, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.588.7906, URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.588.7906 ...
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Staden Package MacOS X release ============================== The first test release of the Mac OS X version of the Staden Package is now available. Most things appear to work fine, but we have done a relatively small amount of testing. So we STRONGLY advise that you do not use it for modifying your data, or if you do so be sure to make a backup copy first. The main purpose of this release is for you, the users, to provide feedback to us. So PLEASE do send comments and bug reports to staden-package at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk so that we can fix these before we make an official release. It is available from: ftp://ftp.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/pub/staden/staden_package/macosx/staden.dmg This version contains a time-limited licence to run on any MacOS X system. The licence terminates on April 16th. We will not be issuing extensions to this licence as we will almost certainly have a new (probably still test) version before then. Also included is a compilation of the EMBOSS 2.2.0 package. EMBOSS is not part of the ...
Quantitative information on metazoan meiofaunal abundance and biomass was obtained from three continental shelf (at 40, 100 and 200 m depth) and four deep-sea stations (at 540, 700, 940 and 1540 m depth) in the Cretan Sea (South Aegean Sea, NE Mediterranean). Samples were collected on a seasonal basis (from August 1994 to September 1995) with the use of a multiple corer. Meiofaunal abundance and biomass on the continental shelf of the Cretan Sea were high, in contrast to the extremely low values reported for the bathyal sediments that showed values comparable to those reported for abyssal and hadal environments. In order to explain the spatial and seasonal changes in metazoan meiofauna these data were compared with: (1) the concentrations of food indicators (such as proteins, lipids, soluble carbohydrates and CPE) (2) the bacterial biomass (3) the flux of labile organic compounds to the sea floor at a fixed station (D7, 1540 m depth). Highly significant relationships between meiofaunal ...
source of synonymy Dayrat B. (2010). A monographic revision of basal discodorid sea slugs (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia, Nudibranchia, Doridina). Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences. Series 4, vol. 61, suppl. I, 1-403, 382 figs. [details] Available for editors ...
The brilliant emerald green sea slug, Elysia chlorotica, spends months living on sunlight just like plants. Its been called the photosynthesizing sea slug in the past, but how it manages to do this as well as it does is a complete mystery. In a new study appearing in theBiological Bulletin, researchers reveal that the sea slug has incorporated genes from the algae that it eats. "There is no way on earth that genes from an alga should work inside an animal cell," saysSidney Pierce from the University of South Florida. "And yet here, they do. They allow the animal to rely on sunshine for its nutrition. So if something happens to their food source, they have a way of not starving to death until they find more algae to eat.". Chloroplast are plant organelles that contain chlorophyll, the green photosynthetic pigment. Researchers have known since the 1970s that this sea slug steals chloroplasts from the alga Vaucheria litorea. The sea slugs embed the chloroplasts into their own digestive cells, ...
Publicacions (Download from Research gate here) 2019 130. Moles, J., Wagele, H., Cutignano, A., Fontana, A., Ballesteros, M., & Avila, C., 2018. Giant embryos and hatchlings of Antarctic nudibranchs (Mollusca : Gastropoda : Heterobranchia. Marine Biology, 164: 114. 129. Moles, J.; Avila, C.; Malaquías, M.A. 2018. Unmasking Antarctic cryptic lineages: novel evidence from philinoid snails (Gastropoda: Cephalaspidea).…
The Antarctic intertidal zone is one of the worlds most extreme marine environments. As well as having a typically high annual temperature variation (~ 30 °C), it is affected by frequent ice scouring in summer and ice encasement in winter, as well as substantial salinity fluctuations during tidal cycles. For many years the Antarctic intertidal was believed to host only migratory species during summer, however, recent studies have found several permanently resident macrofaunal species, including the limpet Nacella concinna. Here we present results of the first seasonal comparison of different ecophysiological parameters in this species collected from the intertidal in both winter (August and September) and summer (January and February) on Adelaide Island (West Antarctic Peninsula). There was clear evidence of seasonal acclimatisation with a shift in thermal window between winter and summer limpets. The seasonal change in metabolic rate did not show increased costs in winter (cf metabolic cold ...
In 2002, I fell in love with discus. I took some discus of around 2 inches for me. Like other fishes live worms were feed to these discus on daily basis (since beef heart was out of question that time). After few days most of the discus died. This was the turning point in our discus keeping. We started studying on this beautiful fish, we spends hours on internet, took print outs of all good write ups, read them, and implemented them. During this time I also came in contact with good people like Carey Pereira, Andrew Soh and Colin Heng, which helped me to improve upon my discus keeping. Soon after few years there were lot of tanks in my house and lot of young Adult discus. Today I am handling small hatchery and also planning to set up one more Discus grow out unit with 100 tanks in Madurai ...
Nudibranchs are an order of marine gastropod consisting of more than 3,000 species. They are soft-bodied, slug-like animals many of which are adorned with bright colors and extravagant body forms. Most nudibranch species live on reefs in temperate and tropical seas and are a popular species to observe by SCUBA divers around the world.
Identifying Features:. Dendronotus rufus have rectangular bodies with cerata that branch out at the edges. Their bodies are generally white and often have colors on the ends of the cerata. They are usually red, dark brown, or a light pink. They are sometimes known as the Giant Red Sea Slug, because of their size.. Habitat:. The Red Dendronotid is usually found in the South Alaskan waters down to north Washington. They are mostly found in sub-tidal waters.. Prey:. All known nudibranchs are carnivorous. Nudibranchs usually eat live prey such as soft corals, sea pens, and gorgonians, and will often starve to death in captivity without the appropriate foods.. Predators: There is no documented information on what hunts the Red Dendronotid, but generally certain fish, turtles, sea stars, and a few species of crabs prey on these animals.. Reproduction: Nudibranchs are hermaphrodites, and can mate with any member of their species. When mating, two nudibranchs come together side by side and pass sperm ...
Photo by Hugo Tiago Veiga de Jesus. A collection of nudibranch photos and sea slug pictures and latin name identification from all over the world
Rostellariella delicatula , common name the delicate tibia , is a species of sea snail , a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Rostellariidae , the true conchs. Description The size of the shell varies between 45 mm and 110 mm. Distribution This marine species occurs from the Gulf of Aden and East Africa to Sumatra , Indonesia. References Bouchet, P. (2015). Rostellariella delicatula. In: MolluscaBase (2015). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=532191 on 2016-01-30 Liverani V. (2014) The superfamily Stromboidea. Addenda and corrigenda. In: G.T. Poppe, K. Groh & C. Renker (eds), A conchological iconography. pp. 1-54, pls 131-164. Harxheim: Conchbooks. External links Gastropods.com: Rostellariella delicatula Wikimedia Commons has media related to Rostellariella delicatula . Rostellariella delicatula , common name the delicate tibia , is a species of sea snail , a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Rostellariidae , the true
Habitat Edit This abalone dwells in shallow water coral reef areas of the intertidal and sublittoral zones, commonly reaching a depth around 10 m. They graze amongst turf algae and inhabit the undersides of boulders and coral bommies.. The species has a pelagobenthic life cycle that includes a minimal period of three to four days in the plankton. Biomineralisation begins shortly after hatching, with the fabrication of the larval shell protoconch over about a hour period. The initial differentiation of biomineralising cells is likely to include a localised thickening of the dorsal ectoderm followed by an invagination of cells to form the shell gland. The shell gland then evaginates to form the shell field which expands through mitotic divisions to direct the precipitation of calcium carbonate CaCO3 via the secretion of organic molecules.. In this way the larval shell protoconch is formed. The construction of the haliotid protoconch is complete following torsion. These structures allow the veliger ...
Slugs Limax valentianus were hatched and cultured at our laboratory. For dissection, the slug (0.5-1.0 gm) was anesthetized by injection of Mg2+ buffer solution that contained the following (in mm): 60 MgCl2, 5 glucose, and 5 HEPES, pH 7.6, into the body cavity. The circumesophageal ganglia were isolated and further dissected in a dish filled with Mg2+buffer. The cerebral ganglion was isolated from the other ganglia, and the sheath covering the PC was removed with fine forceps. All recordings were made at room temperature (20-24°C).. The saline solution used for the recordings contained the following (in mm): 70 NaCl, 2 KCl, 4.9 CaCl2, 4.7 MgCl2, 5 glucose, and 5 HEPES, pH 7.6. Drugs were bath applied to the ganglion, which was placed in a chamber (∼0.2 ml in volume) that was continuously perfused. Because ibotenate is the only agonist known to activate the GluClR in Limax PC neurons (Watanabe et al., 1999), different batches of ibotenic acid from three suppliers (Sigma, St. Louis, MO; ...
Effect_Efficacy. [How high is the static of the conch?. ]_Effect_Efficacy. The benefits of regular consumption of conch for peoples health are many. Conch contains many nutrients needed by the human body. After consumption, it also has many benefits for peoples health, but for people who are losing weight, the most concerned is conch.The problem is that, in general, in life, the transition to higher foods is usually not recommended to eat too much, eating too many high content foods affects physical health.. Is the conchs toxin high?. For every 100 grams of conch contained about 132 kcal of transformation, the conversion of conch is not high.. The benefits of eating conch for women1, edible field snails have a significant effect on odor.. 2, hangover snail has the effect of hangover, suitable for drunk people.. 3, Mingmu Conch has the effect of clearing heat and brightening eyes, and benefiting the stomach.. 4. The relative molecular weight of conch conch can be eaten during weight ...
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Wessel, Nathalie , Sophie Martin, Aicha Badou, Philippe Dubois, Sylvain Huchette, Vivien Julia, Flavia Nunes, Ewan Harney, Christine Paillard, et Stéphanie Auzoux-Bordenave. 2018. « Effect Of Co2-Induced Ocean Acidification On The Early Development And Shell Mineralization Of The European Abalone (Haliotis Tuberculata) ». Journal Of Experimental Marine Biology And Ecology 508: 52 - 63. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jembe.2018.08.005. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022098117304070 ...
Dr. Katz is interested in understanding how neuronal circuits operate. He uses sea slugs (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Heterobranchia, Nudipleura) because they have fairly simple brains and simple behaviors. His lab determines the neural mechanisms for these behaviors at the cellular level. Furthermore, because there are many species with similar nervous systems, they can compare the neural circuits in these species to learn about the evolution of neural circuits and behavior. Individual animals exhibit variability in behavior and/or variability in circuit properties. It is important to understand the implications of these differences. Sea slugs offer a great opportunity for studying such inter-individual variability because the neurons in neural circuits are individually identifiable. So, one can examine how particular neurons and particular synapses differ between individuals. Furthermore, one can perturb those neurons and synapses to make them more or less similar to each other using techniques like ...
A group of bright green sea slugs thought to feed themselves using photosynthesis have been found capable of surviving for months without food - and in the dark! Species of sarcoglassan sea slugs store chloroplasts from the single-celled algae they eat. These chloroplasts continue to photosynthesise - leading to the slugs green colour - and scientists had previously assumed the slugs had evolved the ability to feed themselves using photosynthesis to protect them from starvation if algae was unavailable. But researchers from Germany working with two of these so-called solar-powered slug species - Elysia timida and Plakobranchus ocellatus - found that if their ability to photosynthesise was blocked by keeping them in the dark they survived just as well as those exposed to light. Scientists denied food to six specimens of Elysia timida and kept them in total darkness for 88 days and all of them survived. Whats more, they all lost around the same amount of weight as unfed specimens that were kept ...