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Biological studies of Dermocystidium marinum

Sammy M. Ray

Biological studies of Dermocystidium marinum

by Sammy M. Ray

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Published by The Rice Institute in Houston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oysters -- Parasites.,
  • Mollusks -- Parasites.,
  • Veterinary mycology.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRice University studies., Dermocystidium marinum.
    Statementby S.M. Ray.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH371 .R39
    The Physical Object
    Pagination114 p. :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3900817M
    LC Control Number81462914

    Dermocystidium marinum Dermocystidium marinum Mackin, Owen, and Collier, a fungus of uncertain taxonomic position infecting O. virginica, is probably the most danger­ ous pathogen associated with periodic mortalities of oysters in the waters of southern States. The microorganism infects oyster tissues producing. Gulf Research 9. No. 1, Manuscript accepted August THE SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS OF CHARLES ERIC DAWSON STUART G. POSS AND ELIZABETH HEAL Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, P.O. Box Ocean Springs, Mississippi INTRODUCTION By the time Charles Eric Dawson died on February .

    The correct generic classification of this parasite is still in doubt (83). The studies in progress at the end of the first half of the 20th century contributed much to the growth of the new discipline of oyster pathology. The decade of the 's was characterized mainly by a concentration of studies in Dermocystidium marinum. Lafferty K and Hofmann E () Marine disease impacts, diagnosis, forecasting, management and policy, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, , Online publication date: 5-MarCited by:

    Dermocystidium. Dermocystidium. also known as: dermocystidiosis. Click image to view at maximum resolution. non-fungal. Other articles where Homocysteine is discussed: Alzheimer disease: Lifestyle factors and prevention: an amino acid known as homocysteine. Unusually high levels of homocysteine have been associated with an increased risk for Alzheimer disease. In studies of Alzheimer mice, intake of caffeine at concentrations equivalent to five cups of coffee in humans resulted in decreased .


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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Biological Studies of Dermocystidium Marinum al Originally published as: "Biological Studies of Dermocystidium Marinum," part of the Rice Institute Pamphlet, Vol.

41, Special Issue, November (Houston, Tex: Rice Institute) pp. Cited by: Acknowledgements-- Biological studies of Dermocystidium marinum book Cultural Studies-- Transmission and Pathogenicity Studies-- Pathological Studies-- Studies on the Occurrence of D.

marinum in Oysters of Various Ages, Epizootiology and Distribution-- Host-specificity-- Discussion of Significance to Oyster Industry-- Summary and Conclusions-- Bibliography.

Perkinsus marinus is a species of alveolates belonging to the phylum Perkinsozoa. It is similar to a dinoflagellate.

It is known as a prevalent pathogen of oysters, causing massive mortality in oyster disease it causes is known as dermo or perkinsosis, and is characterized by the degradation of oyster tissues.

The genome of this species has been : Perkinsea. PARASITOLOGICAL REVIEWS Dermocystidium, marinum^ A Parasite of Oysters S.

Ray1 and A. Chandler Biology Department, Rice Institute, Houston, Texas Dermocystidium marinum Mackin, Owen, and Collier,is an economically important fungous parasite of the American oyster, Crass- ostrea virginica (Gmelin).Cited by:   The life cycle of a nonfilamentous marine phycomycete, Dermocystidium sp., is described from its growth in axenic culture under controlled conditions.

Reproduction occurs by vegetative means involving a process of cell enlargement and ecdysis modifiable by the methods of cultivation. Zoospores and sexuality were not observed. The results of inoculation studies Cited by:   Ray, S. A culture technique for the diagnosis of infection withDermocystidium marinum Mackin, Owen, and Collier in Author: Robert L.

Beckett. Dermocystidium is a genus of cyst-forming, parasitic eukaryotes of fish, which are the causative agents of dermocystidiosis. Taxonomic History. The genus Dermocystidium was described in It was previously thought to be a genus of fungal parasites, related to the Thraustochytrida and Labyrinthulida (both those groups are now considered to be stramenopiles rather than fungi).Class: Mesomycetozoea.

Read chapter References: Nonnative Oysters in the Chesapeake Bay discusses the proposed plan to offset the dramatic decline in the bay’s native oysters.

In book: Woper - Workshop for the analysis of the impact of Perkinsiosis in the shellfish industry. (pp) Chapter: Parasites of the Genus Perkinsus. Biological studies of Dermocystidium marinum a f ungus parasite of oysters.

The Rice Institute Pamphlet, Monograph in Biology. Parasitological reviews: marinum, a. J.G. MackinOyster disease caused by Dermocystidium marinum and other microorganisms in Louisiana Publ. Inst.

Mar. Sci. Univ. Texas, 7 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. INTRODUCTION This index describes more than research projects on coastal and estuarine waters of the United States that are in progress (during ) or are planned for the near future by governmental, academic, and private facilities 6 The projects encompass biological, chemical, geological, and physical aspects of the marine environment.

The eastern oyster is affected primarily by two diseases - DERMO (a parasitic disease caused by the protozoan Perkinsus marinus) (Levine, = Dermocystidium marinum; Mackin et al., = Layirinthomyxa marina; Quick and Mackin, ) and MSX (another parasitic disease caused by the protozoan Haplosporidium nelsoni)(Haskin et al., ).

The. VIMS Books and Book Chapters. and deeper channels. These environment take on a unique biological and chemical character, depending upon where they occur along the gradient of Bay salinities and sediment type. Chesapeake Bay Fisheries: An Overview Oysters infected with the pathogens Dermocystidium marinum and Minchinia nelsoni (MSX.

Ray SM () A review of the culture method for detecting Dermocystidium marinum, with suggested modifications and precautions. Proc Natl Shellfish Assoc 55– 被如下文章引用: TITLE: A Restoration Suitability Index Model for the Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) in the Mission-Aransas Estuary, TX, USA.

LIFE HISTORY STUDIES OF DERMOCYSTIDIUM MARINUM, AN OYSTER PATHOGEN. Creator PERKINS, FRANK OVERTON., The Florida State University Date IssuedIdentifier AAI,FSDT, fsu Format Document (PDF).

University of Houston Coastal Center, October AugustA search for genetic polymorphism of two genera of dinoflagellates (Peridinium and Heterocapsa), $2, University of Houston Coastal Center, October AugustBiological studies on dinoflagellates, $1, Texas A&M Sea Grant Program, September AugustAlgal.

Dermocystidium or DK is the name applied to a skin disease that affects many fish species. However, due to the variations in the way the disease presents and behaves during outbreaks the name of each fish species is used to establish that all references are limited to the disease in that species alone and not in other susceptible fish species.

In a study of the growth of Louisiana oysters during sixteen months, one was found at the end of the experiment to be infected by sporocysts of Bucephalus cuculns. Whereas the uninfected oysters grew at an almost constant rate, the one infected with B. cuculus grew unusually fast until the latter months when it lagged behind the uninfected by: vitro studies suggest that post-translational modification of proteins by homocysteine may have important functional consequences.

Transthyretin (prealbumin) is a kDa protein that is synthesized predominantly in the liver and secreted into plasma. As a homotetramer transthyretin binds and transports.Taxonavigation []. Superregnum: Eukaryota Supergroup: Unikonta Cladus: Opisthokonta Genus: Dermocystidium Name []. Dermocystidium Pérez, (= Dermocystis Pérez.