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ENFERMEDADES DE MOLUSCOS BIVALVOS DE INTERES EN ACUICULTURA
Sampling sites, number of specimens nlength in mm and prevalence P and intensity [expressed as Mean MI Mean Intensity with range in parentheses] of infection of parasites and diseases of Mytilus chilensis from southern Chile. Gonadal atrophia caused by disseminated neoplasia in Mytilus chilensis cultured in the Beagle Channel, Argentina. Journal of Fish Biology 73 3: Systematic Parasitology 76 1: By other hand, Ostrincola patagonianus and another, unidentified, but closely related to Tisbe celata copepod, both inhabiting the pallial cavity of Mytilus sp.
A total of specimens of mussels, Mytilus chilensis Mytilidaeand 56 specimens of clams, Gari solida Psammobiidaewere collected in natural beds and culture sites of southern Chile.
Development from metacercaria to adult of a new species of Maritema Digenea: Parasitic castration of Buccinanops cochlidium Gastropoda: Biological Bulletin 1: Copepods known from histopathological surveys of commercially important bivalves are mainly reported parasitizing the intestinal tract Cremonte, Diseased mussels showed heavy levels of anaplastic cells infiltration on the connective tissue, particularly in the subepithelial regions.
This parasite is commonly found in bivalves, often using them as intermediate hosts and marine arthropods as final hosts Lauckner, Email this article Login required.
In total, cercariae of 31 species of marine digeneans, including 11 new records here presented, are enfermedares to infect 20 species of molluscs 14 in nine gastropods species; 17 in 11 bivalve species. Parasite-mediated shell alterations in Recent and Holocene sub-Antarctic bivalves: A new species of gymnophallid Moluscow and an amended diagnosis of the genus Gymnophalloides Fujita, A disseminated neoplasia Figs. Histopathological survey of the mussel Mytilus chilensis Mytilidae and the clam Gari solida Psammobiidae from southern Chile.
A total of specimens of mussels, M.
A new marine cercaria from the Woods Hole region and its bearing on the interpretation of larval types in the Fellodistomatidae Trematoda: Larval trematodes infecting the South-American intertidal mud snail Heleobia australis Rissooidea: Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Estudios de trematodes larvales en Biomphalaria spp. Comparative Bivapvos 76 2: Cercaria perteneciente a la superfamilia Opistorchioidea y parte de su ciclo evolutivo Trematoda.
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Marine biodiversity in the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of South America: However, in the Beagle Channel mussel populations, a metacercaria parasitizing the foot and byssus gland was found, which was absent in the specimens here studied; conversely, turbellarians and copepods were absent in the Beagle Channel population Cremonte et al. Revision of the family Gymnophallidae Odhner, Digenea based on morphological and molecular data. Juvenile mussel specimens 3 cm of maximum length were free of parasites and diseases, whilst the commercial sized populations was parasitized by intracellular inclusions of bacteria-like organisms in the digestive gland epithelium and in the gills, by ciliates in the gills, turbellarians similar to Paravortex Rhabocoela in the intestine lumen and copepods attached to the gills.
The only studies about bivlvos and diseases on M.
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Prevalence was calculated as the total number of parasitized bivalves divided by the number of examined bivalves and intensity as the number of parasites per histological section divided by the number of parasitized bivalves.