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Free Living Marine Nematodes: Part II

Howard M. Platt

Free Living Marine Nematodes: Part II

British Chromadorids (Synopsis of the British Fauna New Series No 38)

by Howard M. Platt

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Published by Brill Academic Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nematoda,
  • Great Britain,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages502
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12798399M
    ISBN 109004085955
    ISBN 109789004085954

    Nematodes are hyper-diverse, abundant, and distributed worldwide [].Free-living species play critical ecological roles in benthic energy flow and contribute to the ecosystem by facilitating mineralization and nutrient cycling [2,3,4,5,6,7].In the presence of high inputs of organic matter, their abundance increases, helping to regulate this : Arely Martínez-Arce, Alberto De Jesús-Navarrete, Francesca Leasi. Part II page(s): (76 Free-living Marine Nematodes. Part I: British Enoplids. Synopses of the British Fauna (New series) No. 28, Cam To Biodiversity Heritage Library (41 publications) To Encyclopedia of Life To Encyclopedia of Life .

      Nematodes–Ecology. 2. Indicators (Biology) I. Wilson, Michael J. (Michael John), II. Kakouli-Duarte, Thomais. III. Title. QLN4N 'dc22 ISBN 1 2 Typeset by SPi, Pondicherry, India. Printed and bound in the UK by the MPG Books Group. The paper used for the text pages in this book is FSC.   Microcosms were used to assess the impact of chromium on free-living marine nematodes. Nematodes were exposed to three chromium concentrations ( ppm (dm, dry mass), ppm (dm) and 1, ppm (dm)), and effects were examined after 4 weeks. Results showed significant differences between univariate measures of control nematodes and those from medium- and high Cited by:

    For free-living marine nematodes, the rapid loss of “healthy” environments in Africa (Groombridge and Jenkins, ), even before the discovery and morphological descriptions of present species, means that we are currently losing valuable knowledge. For this reason, in Africa, the implementation of the molecular methods in conjunction with Cited by: 7. Free-living marine nematodes can be used as bioindicators to help us understand the effect of both natural and anthropogenic disturbance on marine communities. Nematodes are particularly good indicators for a number of reasons. First, they are very numerous in almost all marine sediments (often hundreds of thousands of individuals per square.


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Free Living Marine Nematodes: Part II by Howard M. Platt Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Free Living Marine Nematodes: Part II: British Chromadorids (Synopsis of the British Fauna New Series No 38) (): Platt, Howard M., Warwick, Richard Authors: Howard M. Platt, Richard M. Warwick. About this book. From the foreword: "British Chromadorids is the second of three Synopses devoted to free-living marine nematodes.

The first, Synopsis No. 28, described the order Enoplida and appeared in As in the past when an animal group is covered by more than one Synopsis, the general introduction, biology and pictorial keys have been repeated in this Synopsis with modifications, so that.

Free-living marine nematodes (Part 2: British chromadorids) The chromadorids are small nematode worms mostly less than 2mm long and so form part of the meiofauna in marine habitats. This Synopsis uses pictorial keys which enable the user to evaluate visually several characters and character combinations simultaneously.

The Free living marine nematodes Synopsis covers the British chromadorids. The chromadorids are small nematode worms mostly less than 2mm long and so form part of the meiofauna in marine habitats.

This Synopsis uses pictorial keys which enable the user to evaluate visually several characters and character combinations simultaneously. Free-living species inhabit marine and freshwater environments, as well as the soils and sediments of all of the various types of land biomes.

Parasitic roundworms live off of their host and can cause disease in the various types of plants and animals they infect. Nematodes appear as long, thin worms and include pinworms, hookworms, and Trichinella.

They are among the most numerous and Author: Regina Bailey. Marine Biodiversity Platt H.M. & Warwick R.M. () Free-living marine nematodes. Part I British Enoplids. Synopses of the British Fauna (New Series) No pp. Platt H.M. & Warwick R.M. () Free-living marine nematodes.

Part II British Chromadorids. The list of studies on free-living marine nematodes in Brazil is shown in T ables 1, 2, and 3. T able 1 shows grey literature or papers with purely taxonomic approach and includes information on.

3 Ecology of free-living marine nematodes RH hypothesis, the presence of biog enic structures in the deep sea promotes habitat heterog eneity and enhances.

Platt H.M. & Warwick R.M. Free-living marine nematodes. Part II. British Chromadorids. Synopses of British Fa The Linnean Society of London and The Estuarine and Brackish-water Sciences Association, Leiden. Riemann F. & Schrage M.

Zwei neue Nematoda Desmodorida aus der Iberischen Tiefsee. Meteor by: 6. Body size is a fundamental property of organisms but its distribution is almost unknown for marine nematodes. We measured the length and width of nematodes of species to describe their morphological landscape and the relationship between abundance and body by: 4.

Multivariate statistical analyses were used to determine the relationship between different environmental factors and with free-living marine nematodes. Metals such Cadmium, Colbat, Chromium, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Nickel, Vadium, Zinc and Aluminium influenced the diversity and density of free-living : Mthobisi Innocent Soko, Thomas Kwadwo Gyedu-Ababio.

Three new free-living marine nematode species of the genus Micoletzkyia (Phanodermatidae) from China Sea. Three new species of free-living marine nematodes Micoletzkyia longispicula sp. nov., Micoletzkyia filicaudata sp.

nov. and Micoletzkyia nanhaiensis sp. nov. from the Yellow Sea and the South China Sea are by: 8. FREE-LIVING MARINE NEMATODES OF THE SEVASTOPOL AREA Issue 2, Translated from Russian and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The free-living marine nematodes were sieved and extracted from the sediment using Ludox TM (Somerfield and Warwick, ).

The nematode density (individuals per 10 cm 2) and species composition were analyzed using a differential interference phase contrast compound microscope followed by the pictorial keys of Platt and Warwick,Platt Cited by:   [Free-living nematodes of the vicinities of Sevastopol Issues 1 and 2.] Reports of special zoological laboratory and Sevastopol biological station of Russian Academy of Sciences ser.

II 4 pp. Filipjev I.N. Classification of free-living Nematoda and relations to parasitic forms. Journal of Parasitology 15 Cited by: 1. 38 Free Living Marine Nematodes Part II: British Chromadorids H. Platt and R. Warwick £ 39 Chaetognatha A. Pierrot-Bults and K.

Chidgey £ 40 Pseudoscorpions G. Legg and R. Jones £ 41 Entoprocts C. Nielsen £ 44 (2Ed) Polychaetes: Interstitial Families W. Westheide £ 1. Introduction. Coastal marine ecosystems are well-recognized to be contaminated by petroleum hydrocarbons (Kennish,Louati et al., ).In marine systems, the major sources of hydrocarbon contamination are spills of crude oil, discharges of refined fuels and offshore production activities (Kennish, ).Anthropogenic inputs of crude and refined petroleum hydrocarbons into the sea Cited by: Platt, H.

and Warwick, R. Free-living Marine Nematodes (Part I British Enoplids) Synopses of the British Fauna (New series) No. 28, Platt, H. and Warwick, R. Free-living Marine Nematodes (Part II British Chromadorids) Synopses of the British Fauna (New series) No.

38, Cited by: 5. The book comprises four parts. The first part (Chapters ) deals with background issues relating to nematodes themselves and to bioindicators in general. Part II (Chapters ) describes practical aspects of using nematode assemblages as bioindicators in real world settings.

Studies of Antarctic, free-living, marine nematodes are mostly restricted to genus level. In the current study, the genus Dichromadora (Kreis, H.A., Capita Zoologica 2(7), ) is analysed to species level.

Dichromadora is one of the genera that are frequently present along the continental margin of the eastern Weddell Sea.

Samples were retrieved from the m depth line in the Cited by:. An Illustrated Key to Nematodes Found in Fresh Water ; Armen C.

Tarjan (University of Florida, Lake Alfred) Robert P. Esser (Florida Department of Agriculture, Gainesville) Shih L. Chang (Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio) Part I.

Originally published in J. .In total 7, specimens of free-living marine nematodes belonging to two classes, eight orders, 37 families, 94 genera and species were collected. Keywords: Nematoda, Enoplea Author: Gabriela Villares, Virginia Lo Russo, Catalina Pastor de Ward, Viviana Milano, Lidia Miyashiro, Rena.About this book.

This book aims to document and illustrate the major developments in the use of nematodes for biological control of insects and slugs. It has three major sections covering entomapathogenic nematodes, entomophilic nematodes, and slug-parasitic nematodes.