Deep Sea Fishing Maine
COMMON NAME: SCIENTIFIC NAME: blue shark (bluedog) Prionace glauca (Linnaeus, 1758) porbeagle (mackerel shark) Lamna nasus (Bonnaterre, 1788) mako (shortfin mako) Isurus oxyrinchus (Rafinesque, 1810) white shark (great white) Carcharodon carcharias (Linnaeus, 1758) thresher shark Alopias vulpinus (Bonnaterre, 1788) spiny dogfish (sand shark) Squalus acanthias (Linnaeus, 1758) Atlantic broadbill swordfish (swordfish) Xiphias gladius (Linnaeus, 1758) Atlantic cod (cod) Gadus morhua (Linnaeus, 1758) cusk Brosme brosme (Muller, 1776) haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus (Linnaeus, 1758) pollock (Boston bluefish) Pollachius virens (Linnaeus, 1758) white hake (blue hake, sow hake, russet hake) Urophycis tenuis (Mitchill, 1814) squirrel hake (mud hake, butter mullet) Urophycis chuss (Walbaum, 1792) striped bass Morone saxatilis (Walbaum, 1792) bluefish Pomatomus saltatrix (Linnaeus, 1766) Atlantic mackerel Scomber scombrus (Linnaeus, 1758) bluefin tuna (horse mackerel) Thunnus thynnus thynnus (Linnaeus, ...http://www.bunnyclark.com/merec.htm
Can cytochalasin B be used as an inhibitor of feeding in grazing experiments on ciliates? - NERC Open Research Archive
The effects of cytochalasin B and dimethyl sulphoxide (DMSO) on ciliate ingestion and growth were investigated in laboratory cultures of the freshwater ciliate Tetrahymena pyriformis and the marine ciliate Uronema marinum, in order to assess whether cytochalasin B could be used to inhibit grazing selectively in natural ciliate communities. The ciliates were exposed to a final concentration of 0-10 μg ml−1 cytochalasin B dissolved in 0.4% DMSO, and to 0-0.4% DMSO only, for between 1 and 48 hours, then fed carmine particles as tracers of particle ingestion. DMSO had no effect on particle ingestion. Cytochalasin B reduced particle ingestion in U. marinum and T. pyriformis at respective concentrations of ≥0.1μg.ml−1 and ≥1.0 μg ml−1, achieving a maximum effect after 4-8 hours. The effect of cytochalasin B was greater on U. marinum, with a minimum of only 4% of the population feeding after 4 hours exposure to 10 μg ml−1, as compared to a minimum of 48% recorded ...http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/516551/
Petition · Greg Hunt MP: Fight Tropical Third-World Disease That's Rampant on Mornington Peninsula · Change.org
Mycobacterium Ulcerans is a third-world tropical disease, that just so happens to be running rampant on the Mornington Peninsula. I'm trying to persuade the state and federal governments to support research into it. Read on for more details.. Please support my cause and sign my petition. Ever heard of Mycobacterium Ulcerans?. Mycobacterium Ulcerans (Buruli or Bairnsdale Ulcer) is a third world tropical infection, that causes severe pain, inflammation and decomposition of tissue and fat. It's found mostly in African countries such as Uganda, Nigeria and Liberia. So mostly poor countries with poorly developed health systems. It's also found on the Mornington Peninsula. My name is Ella Crofts. I'm thirteen years old and I currently have Mycobacterium Ulcerans. I started feeling pain in my knee in early April. Slowly it got worse, with my knee becoming swollen and inflamed, until one day, the skin started breaking down. We tested the tissue, ...https://www.change.org/p/greg-hunt-mp-fight-tropical-third-world-disease-that-s-rampant-on-mornington-peninsula
Inter Research » DAO » v89 » n2 » p117-123
ABSTRACT: Streptococcus iniae poses a serious threat to finfish aquaculture operations worldwide. Stringent regulatory standards limit the use of antibiotics to treat S. iniae infections; improved vaccination strategies are thus of great interest. We investigated the potential for efficient, non-injectable batch vaccination via the use of live attenuated vaccines. Three attenuated S. iniae strains with genetic mutations eliminating the production of virulence factors-capsular polysaccharide (ΔcpsD), M-like protein (ΔsimA), and phosphoglucomutase (Δ pgmA)-were evaluated in parallel with an adjuvanted, formalin-killed, whole-cell S. iniae bacterin. Juvenile hybrid striped bass (HSB; Morone chrysops × M. saxatilis) were vaccinated through intraperitoneal (i.p.) injection or bath immersion and held for 800 degree-days prior to challenge with a lethal dose of the virulent wild-type (WT) S. iniae parent strain. The ΔcpsD, Δ pgmA, and bacterin vaccines provided the highest level of vaccination ...http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/dao/v89/n2/p117-123/
British Library EThOS: Characterisation of the structural properties and features of M. tuberculosis complex proteins linked to...
The genome of Mycobacterium tuberculosis encodes for 11 pairs of Esx family proteins such as EsxA/EsxB and EsxO/EsxP that are located in pairs within the genome. Despite the clear importance of the Esx family proteins in mycobacterial virulence and pathogenesis, the precise molecular functions and mechanisms of action for these proteins remain unknown. Initially expression vectors carrying EsxO and EsxP were constructed and used to express these proteins as inclusion products. The inclusion bodies of both proteins were successfully resolubilized and co-refolded. The final purification step by gel filtration chromatography shows that these proteins form a tight 1:1 heterodimeric complex. Analysis using circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy of the purified refolded complex showed that it contained a high helical content (53%). The complex showed a significant resistance to heat-induced denaturation with co-operative denaturation observed that indicates a stable folded structure. In addition, ...http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.548418
By-catch in a recreational fishery: an unmonitored source of mortality. [PeerJ Preprints]
The purpose of this study was to infer the possible impact of unmonitored discard of by-catch on a recreational fishery. We recorded by-catch of fishes at a recreational fishery in Northeast Texas, statistically analyzed them, and then projected estimates of mortality if our observations represent a general pattern of behavior. Anglers discarded nine species of fishes during our study. The most frequently discarded fish were Gizzard Shad and Freshwater Drum. Four species of game fish were among the discarded species, but only Channel Catfish and Hybrid Striped Bass composed a large portion of the discarded fishes. Based on our observations, recreational fishing can produce a large amount of by-catch throughout the year and potentially pose an important unmonitored source of fish mortality.https://peerj.com/preprints/120v1/
In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of the Prebiotics GroBiotic®-A, Inulin, Mannanoligosaccharide, and Galactooligosaccharide on...
Two separate experiments were conducted with hybrid striped bass to evaluate four potential prebiotics: GroBiotic®-A (partially autolyzed brewer's yeast, dairy ingredient components, and fermentationhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00248-009-9597-6
Inter Research » MEPS » v557 » p77-90
ABSTRACT: Protozoa, a ubiquitous component of microbial biofilms, are able to rapidly colonise new substrata and reach high abundances, yet their potential to influence invertebrate settlement on these biofilms remains largely unknown. We conducted still-water, no-choice settlement assays to determine the individual effects of 4 different species of marine biofilm-dwelling ciliates on settlement of the polychaete worm Galeolaria caespitosa. The ciliates included vagile and planktonic species common to natural assemblages. Each ciliate species significantly inhibited the settlement of G. caespitosa, with the exception of Litonotus sp. The extent of inhibition differed significantly among ciliate species. Settlement was significantly reduced in the presence of Amphisiella sp. (37.5%), Euplotes minuta (43.7%) and Uronema marinum (39.6%) over 72 h compared to the control. Settlement rates in the presence of filtrate from ciliate cultures were at no point significantly different from a control, ...http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/meps/v557/p77-90/
The Top 10 Baby Safe Paint Products For Your Nursery - The Good Human
Here is your ultimate testimonial…. I was painting an old door in our home and had a yogurt container with the mixed blue paint on top of my 70 gallon fish aquarium. Well I am not sure how it happened, but the paint went into the tank (along with the brush). The aquarium turned a deep rich blue color, though I was extremely worried about the health of my fish. My wife thought that I should take them out, but from my experience with aquariums, they seem to clean themselves, so I left it. I was simply amazed! 24 hours after spilling the Milk Paint into my fish tank, the color was about gone and all the fish were healthy as ever. The blue eventually faded out completely and the fish flourished. Since then I have added about a dozen new fish to my tank. Not only am I more than happy with the results of the paint on the old door, but I am also amazed that the paint is so non-toxic that even a little neon tetra is unscathed after swimming in it. Thank you!" ~ Gregg, Vermont ...https://thegoodhuman.com/baby-safe-paint-for-nursery/2/
DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: Infectious Diseases: Mycobacterial
The New England Journal of Medicine presents a case of a pet shop worker. His duties included cleaning fish tanks daily, which he did without wearing protective gloves. Includes a photograph. ...http://dmoztools.net/Health/Conditions_and_Diseases/Infectious_Diseases/Mycobacterial/
FAQs About Water Changes for Freshwater SystemsÂ
Re: Water changes? How often when levels are bad? Mike! Thank you very much for your reply. I will keep up with the water changes every other day until the levels are back to normal. The moor has stopped his courting and they are now back to just being mellow and snuggly again, but I'll keep en eye on the calico to make sure she's ok and not being pestered too much. Thanks again for your assistance!!! Karma ,Sure, not a problem. That is what we are here for!!! MikeB,. Arowana and chlorine Hello guys, ,Hello...Jorie here, With weekly water change (20%) ,if I don't have space to age water or condition them, how can I transfer tap water into my 125 gallon fish tank, without negatively affecting my baby arowana? ,I really don't see how you can get around having separate containers to age/condition the water., Can I just put the recommended amount of Amquel plus, Novaqua, and aquarium salt into the tank before I use a hose and transfer tap water? ,I would definitely suggest against that plan - sounds ...http://www.wetwebmedia.com/FWSubWebindex/waterchgfaqs.htm
Xenia Question 11/22/03 I BOUGHT A NICE LITTLE TANK PROPPED XENIA PIECE FOR MY 90 GAL REEF/FISH TANK. ,a brief mention here, Joe... please be sure to release the caps lock when typing e-mail correspondence (or any) as it is hard to read. A courtesy, IT WAS DOING OK FOR A FEW DAYS WHEN I CAME HOME FROM WORK AND THE ROCK IT WAS ON WAS KNOCKED OVER AND IT WAS A LITTLE TATTERED. IT HAS BEEN A LITTLE MORE TATTERED EACH DAY. ,indeed... they are volatile, easy to grow and easy to lose to injury just the same, I ALSO HAVE A PIECE OF HALIMEDA IN THE TANK THAT IS SUPPOSED TO BE UNFRIENDLY TO FISH. ,not really... just distasteful for its high calcium content and other minor noxious properties, I BELIEVE THE CULPRIT IS THE KOLE TANG. ,they are great nibblers indeed, I ALSO HAVE A HIPPO TANG, CINNAMON CLOWN, ROYAL GRAMMA, AND SCOOTER BLENNY. 6 RED LEG HERMITS, 2 SKUNK SHRIMP, 5 PEPPERMINT SHRIMP AND NUMEROUS SNAILS. ,keep an eye on the hermits and especially the peppermint shrimp over time. They are not ...http://wetwebmedia.com/xeniiddisfaqs.htm
Biology-Online • View topic - Is Spirulina really good for our health ?
Natural hygiene makes a distinction from all other systems of healthcare in that it is interested not in what has a nutrient content that appears high, but in how likely is it to be a food for humans. Think about Spirulina. It is pond scum essentially. I mean that in the most reverent way possible of course, for it serves an important function. It is the liver and the kidneys of fresh water. It is vital for the wellbeing of many aquatic systems. But in the tropical jungles of Africa, how likely do you think it is that we would come across Spirulina. And if we did come across a source of Spirulina in the form of a pond, how likely is it that we would dive down, pick some off a rock and eat it in its fresh whole state? Have you ever looked at a dirty fish tank and though when staring at that algae that prevents you from seeing if any fish are still alive in there 'mmm I could just lick that tank clean ...http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about2172-12.html?hilit=Dose
Biology-Online • View topic - Is Spirulina really good for our health ?
Natural hygiene makes a distinction from all other systems of healthcare in that it is interested not in what has a nutrient content that appears high, but in how likely is it to be a food for humans. Think about Spirulina. It is pond scum essentially. I mean that in the most reverent way possible of course, for it serves an important function. It is the liver and the kidneys of fresh water. It is vital for the wellbeing of many aquatic systems. But in the tropical jungles of Africa, how likely do you think it is that we would come across Spirulina. And if we did come across a source of Spirulina in the form of a pond, how likely is it that we would dive down, pick some off a rock and eat it in its fresh whole state? Have you ever looked at a dirty fish tank and though when staring at that algae that prevents you from seeing if any fish are still alive in there 'mmm I could just lick that tank clean ...http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/post-128897.html
Biology-Online • View topic - Is Spirulina really good for our health ?
Natural hygiene makes a distinction from all other systems of healthcare in that it is interested not in what has a nutrient content that appears high, but in how likely is it to be a food for humans. Think about Spirulina. It is pond scum essentially. I mean that in the most reverent way possible of course, for it serves an important function. It is the liver and the kidneys of fresh water. It is vital for the wellbeing of many aquatic systems. But in the tropical jungles of Africa, how likely do you think it is that we would come across Spirulina. And if we did come across a source of Spirulina in the form of a pond, how likely is it that we would dive down, pick some off a rock and eat it in its fresh whole state? Have you ever looked at a dirty fish tank and though when staring at that algae that prevents you from seeing if any fish are still alive in there 'mmm I could just lick that tank clean ...http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/post-130784.html
Crafting with M.E: Why do I get all the best jobs?
I got Emily to watch the hamster in his ball whilst I cleaned the cage out, this involves getting rid of old sawdust, bedding etc and washing and drying the cage base and ramps and house, then adding new sawdusst, putting cage back together and adding new bedding and food. I always manage to get sawdust all over the floor, didn't do too bad today. After sending Emily off to school (it's walking day) I cleaned out the cat litter tray and gave him fresh cat litter. Next up fish tank, rinse the filter out and clean the air tube, simple enough except I drop the air tube in the bin where I had just put the dirty cat litter and sawdust and of course it dropped right to the bottom so I had to don latex gloves to get it out and give it an extra good clean, yuck. Then empty the bin to the outside bin. Now I love my pets, but actually if everyone had their own the cat is mine, the hamster is Emily's and fish are Rob's, but there is only me looks after them, feeding them, cleaning them and anything else ...http://poohbear71.blogspot.com/2014/10/why-do-i-get-all-best-jobs.html
OVARIES & SEQUINS~*~: March 2010
Things have been difficult to talk about. Like talking underwater or trying to talk during sleep. These are the metaphors that come to me over and over again. My mind is underwater; it's in a fish tank, water artificially blue and antiseptic. All I want to say, over and over again is I'm sorry. The refrain I cling to when I'm afraid. I'm sorry for being afraid. At night, narcotic waves of salt washing over me, the bed is a giant cradle rock rock rocking on jagged swirls. On the mri, there was a wash of black, blooming out of the vertebrae, like ink releases from a squid. See there -- how your nerve disappears? I nodded, not knowing what I was looking at but feeling it light up neon red and electric. The best cure is distraction -- distractions of love, making ready, celebration. This is what makes the body numb. The combination of champagne and vicodin and I'm saying things like you could cut me and I wouldn't feel it or care. And then there was a needle the length of my forearm (from finger tip ...http://ovariessequins.blogspot.com/2010_03_01_archive.html
Urban Dictionary: Eel
A animal like a snake that stalks its prey and eats it. It usually goes for humans and you could be in great risk swimming in its territory. HOW TO AVOID IT Don't go near any crabs on the beach as crabs attract them. Eels are also what you see in the fish tank at a Chinese restauranthttp://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Eel&defid=5108367
Another name for Tenosynovitis is Tenosynovitis. What is tenosynovitis? A person with tenosynovitis has inflammation of the soft tissues surrounding a ...http://www.freemd.com/tenosynovitis/overview.htm
Striped Bass Plaki Recipe & Video | Martha Stewart
This classic dish from chef Michael Psilakis' 'How to Roast a Lamb' cookbook is perfect for a big dinner party. Pair with his Greek Salad for a mouthwatering Mediterranean meal.https://www.marthastewart.com/318359/striped-bass-plaki
Items where Author is "Pang, P" - Surrey Research Insight Open Access
Nataraj, V, Pang, PC, Haslam, SM, Veerapen, N, Minnikin, DE, Dell, A, Besra, GS and Bhatt, A (2015) MKAN27435 is required for the biosynthesis of higher subclasses of lipooligosaccharides in Mycobacterium kansasii. ...http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/view/creators/Pang,_P.html
Host-pathogen interactions - AFMB UMR 7257
Characterize at the biochemical level the molecules involved in these processes, define the way they interact and study their tridimensional structure by X-ray crystallography.http://www.afmb.univ-mrs.fr/host-pathogen-interactions
97 TUBERCULOSIS AND OTHER MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTIONS | Free Medical Textbook
97 TUBERCULOSIS AND OTHER MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTIONS Harrison's Manual of Medicine 97 TUBERCULOSIS AND OTHER MYCOBACTERIAL INFECTIONS Tuberculosis Leprosy Other Mycobacterial Infections Disseminated NTM Infections in AIDS and Other Immunodeficiencies Localized Infections due to NTM Bibliography Mycobacteria are distinguished by their surface lipids, which cause them to be acid-fast in the laboratory. They may be divided…https://medtextfree.wordpress.com/2012/07/01/97-tuberculosis-and-other-mycobacterial-infections/
Pathogen Genomics - Genome variation in Mycobacteria
In the hierarchy of microbial evolution, Mycobacteria represent a distinct group. The genus Mycobacterium contains more than 150 species and 11 sub-species, which are separated in three major groups, that is, M. tuberculosis complex (MTBC) which can cause tuberculosis in humans and animals, M. leprae, the causative agent of Hansen's disease or leprosy, and mycobacteria other than MTBC and M. leprae, collectively referred to as non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM), also known as environmental mycobacteria, residing in soil and in water and can cause pulmonary disease resembling tuberculosis, lymphadenitis, skin disease, or disseminated disease. M. tuberculosis, the most prominent member of the MTBC, is an obligate human pathogen and the causative agent of tuberculosis (TB), which remains one of the leading global public health problems. To decipher the biology and the evolution of present day mycobacterial species, we are building complete genetic maps of these species using comparative and ...https://pgl.kaust.edu.sa/Pages/mycobacteria.aspx
Clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and treatment of Mycobacterium haemophilum infections
Mycobacterium haemophilum is a slowly growing acid-fast bacillus (AFB) belonging to the group of nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) frequently found in environmental habitats, which can colonize and occasionally infect humans and animals. Several findings suggest that water reservoirs are a likely source of M. haemophilum infections. M. haemophilum causes mainly ulcerating skin infections and arthritis in persons who are severely immunocompromised. Disseminated and pulmonary infections occasionally occur. The second at-risk group is otherwise healthy children, who typically develop cervical and perihilar lymphadenitis. A full diagnostic regimen for the optimal detection of M. haemophilum includes acid-fast staining, culturing at two temperatures with iron-supplemented media, and molecular detection. The most preferable molecular assay is a real-time PCR targeting an M. haemophilum-specific internal transcribed spacer (ITS), but another approach is the application of a generic PCR for a ...http://dare.uva.nl/search?metis.record.id=364510