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Studies on the host-parasite relationship of Probopyrus pandalicola (Packard) ...
Joseph Anthony Morris
|Series||Catholic University of America. Biological studies -- no. 8, Biological studies (Catholic University of America) -- no. 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||49001376|
Relationships between an isopod parasite, Probopyrus pandalicola, and one of its caridean shrimp hosts, Palaemonetes paludosus. A dissertation submitted to the Department of Biological Science in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, The Florida State University Collee of Arts and Science. x + pp. A record of Probopyrus bithyunis (Richardson, ) in Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man) from coastal Andhra Pradesh, India, with special reference to host-parasite relationship. J. J. Indian Fish. Ass., Mumbai.
Subgroup A host-parasite complex. A. View of adult Macrobrachium ohione carapace with patterned scarring ("freckling," F) on the branchiostegite indicating infection by an immature female Probopyrus pandalicola. Scale bar = 2 mm. B. Higher magnification of freckl-ing on host branchiostegite. Scale bar = 1 mm. C. An immature female parasite; O. Bopyrid isopod (Probopyrus buitendijki) was identified in the branchial cavities of the fresh water prawn, M. malcolmsonii from grow-out culture pond at Kuriyamangalam, India. Macrobrachium malcolmsonii is a new host for P. buitendijki. A total of M. malcolmsonii were checked for this study. The overall prevalence of the parasitic.
Host-parasite Relationship Female P. consolidatum filled most of and were tightly lodged within the host's branchial chamber, producing a characteristic bulge in the host's branchiostegite. Male parasites oriented perpendicularly to the female's body axis on the ventral side of the female's abdomen. Host-parasite interactions are complex, compounded by factors that are capable of shifting the balance in either direction. The host's age, behaviour, immunological status, and environmental change can affect the association that is beneficial to the host whereas evasion of the host’s immune response favours the parasite. In fish, some infections that induce mortality are age and temperature Cited by:
Genre/Form: Academic theses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morris, Joseph Anthony, Studies on the host-parasite relationship of Probopyrus pandalicola (Packard). During the study we collected parasitized shrimp, three of which had a female and male P.
bithynis in both the right and left branchial chambers. All parasitized M. ohione contained transformed P. bithynis- no cryptoniscan larvae were encountered. One male isopod was. The effect of the bopyrid isopod Probopyrus pandalicola (Packard, ) (Isopoda, Bopyridae) on the survival time of the daggerblade grass shrimp Palaemonetes pugio Holthuis, (Decapoda, Palaemonidae) during starvation at two different temperatures.
Crustaceana, Cited by: 4. Sherman MB, Curran MC () The effect of the bopyrid isopod Probopyrus pandalicola (Packard, ) (Isopoda, Bopyridae) on the survival time of the daggerblade grass shrimp Palaemonetes pugio Holthuis, (Decapoda, Palaemonidae) during Author: Stewart C.
Johnson, Zbigniew Kabata, Barbara F. Nowak. Read "Some Observations On the Host-Parasite Relationship of Macrobrachi Um Ohione (Smith) (Decapoda, Palaemonidae) and Probopyrus Bithynis Richardson (Isopoda, Bopyridae), Crustaceana" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Survival of the branchial ectoparasite Probopyrus pandalicoia through ecdysis of the host. Palaemoneles pugio, was studied by observing infected shrimps before and after ecdysis and directly with time-lapse video.
The parasite pair retained its position through % of Temperature, season, host age, sex, and reproductive condition affect energetics for host-parasite systems. Probopyrus pandalicola has little effect on host assimilation efficiency. However, tissue growth efficiences during most study months were higher for control shrimp than parasitized by: Specimens of M.
amazonicum, parasitized by P. bithynis, were collected in the Lower Tocantins, Pará State, Brazil, up to km from the ocean. All the infested prawns displayed external sexual characters of the immature female.
Of the prawns, % carried a single parasite couple in either the right or the left branchial cavity. The infestation level in the female host population varied Cited by: 4. The present study was undertaken to learn whether the kind of host-parasite relationships described by H.
Flor also exist in Hordeum vulgare:Ustilago hordei system. This system provides additional advantages of genetic analysis over most other known parasitic systems, therefore was more suitable for this type of study.
Moreover, a complete genetic analysis of a parasitic system involving a Author: Gurmel Singh Sidhu. Thus, a study of parasitic organism which infects this species is necessary to ensure prawn health status from the river. This is also important information for those who will use the water source from the river for freshwater shrimp farm nearby.
This study provides additional information on the presence of Probopyrus. Studies on the host–parasite relationship of Probopyrus pandalicola (Packard). Biological Studies, Catholic University of America 8, 1 – Cited by: Host-Parasite Interactions - Science topic The relationship between an invertebrate and another organism (the host), one of which lives at the expense of the other.
In the present study, infestation by Probopyrus sp. occurred mostly in males of P. pandaliformis, differently from studies conducted on other carideans, in which parasite prevalence was either.
Preliminary observations indicated that the grass shrimp, Palaemonetes pugio, parasitized by the isopod, Probopyrus pandalicola, captured significantly fewer prey items (Daphnia) and exhibited reduced activity compared to unparasitized conspecifics. Further research focused on elucidating the factors involved in altering the shrimp’s by: Infection of adult migratory river shrimps, Macrobrachium ohione, by the branchial bopyrid isopod Probopyrus pandalicola Sara LaPorte Connera and Raymond T.
Bauer Department of Biology, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LouisianaUSA Abstract. Macrobrachium ohione is a migratory (amphidromous) river shrimp (Decapoda.
Morphometric data are presented for developmental stages of Bopyrinella thorii (Richardson, ), obtained from individuals of Thor floridanus Kingsley, infested by this parasite and collected by trawl net in Bahía de la Ascensión, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
The close relationships between the sizes of host and parasite (r 2 = 0. 93) and between sizes of the two sexes Cited by: 4. The phylogenetic relationships between and within the higher taxa of epicarideans (particularly cryptoniscoids) are poorly known. Molecular studies indicate that the group is in need of extensive revision, with Bopyroidea potentially being non-monophyletic (Boyko et al., in prep.).Cited by: studies on the host-parasite relationship of phanerogamic parasite(s) on teak and their possible control ndaran d ali kerala forest.
Redwood Books, Trowbridge, Great Britain. [ Links ] Truesdale F & W Mermilliod () Some observations on the host-parasite relationship of Macrobrachium ohione (Smith) (Decapoda, Palaemonidae) and Probopyrus bithynis Richardson (Isopoda, Bopyridae).
Crustaceana [ Cited by: Comp. Biochem. Physiol.,Vol. SOA, pp. to Pergamon Press. Printed in Great Britain LARVAL METABOLISM OF THE EPICARIDIAN ISOPOD PARASITE PRO BOP YR US PANDALICOLA AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF P. PANDALICOLA ON ITS COPEPOD INTERMEDIATE HOST ACARTIA TONSA* GARY ANDERSON Belle W.
Baruch Coastal Research Institute, University of Cited by:. The grass shrimp, Palaemonetes pugio, is an important food source for many invertebrate and fish species, including several of commercial importance.
The bopyrid Probopyrus pandalicola prevents reproduction in P. pugio by sexual sterilization. The purpose of our research was to determine bopyrid prevalence in grass shrimp over the course of a by: Macrobrachium ohione is a migratory (amphidromous) river shrimp (Decapoda, Caridea) that may be parasitized by the branchial parasite Probopyrus pandalicola (Isopoda, Bopyridae).
The parasite disrupts gonadal maturation and spawning in female shrimps, resulting in the total loss of reproduction. Shrimps are usually infected by bopyrid parasites during the late zoeal or early postlarval stages Cited by: Thus, our study aimed to report for the first time the infestation of Probopyrus sp.
in populations of P. pandaliformis and P. northropi from the Ubatuba region, northern coast of the state of São Paulo, Brazil. In addition, we commented on some aspects of their host-parasite by: 1.