life history of Pseudomyicola spinosus (Raffaele & Monticelli, 1885) from the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis Galloprovincialis in Tokyo Bay, Japan, with notes on the production of atypical male
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life history of Pseudomyicola spinosus (Raffaele & Monticelli, 1885) from the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis Galloprovincialis in Tokyo Bay, Japan, with notes on the production of atypical male by Tran The Do

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Published by Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo in Nakano, Tokyo, Japan .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Japan,
  • Tokyo Bay.

Subjects:

  • Pseudomyicola spinosus -- Life cycles -- Japan -- Tokyo Bay.,
  • Mytilus edulis -- Parasites -- Life cycles -- Japan -- Tokyo Bay.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Tran The Do, Takeshi Kajikara, Ju-Shey Ho.
SeriesBulletin of the Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo,, no. 17
ContributionsKajihara, Takeshi., Ho, Ju-shey.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL444.C78 D6 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 65 p. :
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2121099M
LC Control Number88179493

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Abstract. The facultative parasitic copepod Pseudomyicola spinosus (Raffaele & Monticelli) was cultured and mated under laboratory conditions. Twenty virgin females were cultured in isolation and mated. They were cultured individually after mating, and examined for lifespan, number of ovipositions, number of eggs, and other judybwolfman.com by: 5. The copepodPseudomyicola spinosus(Cyclopoidea, Myicolidae) was found in the mantle, gills, intestine, stomach, and connective tissue of the digestive Cited by: Do, T. T., T. Kajihara and J. -S. Ho, The life history of Pseudomyicola spinosus (Raffaele and Monticelli, ) from the blue mussel, Myitilus edulis galloprovincialis in Tokyo Bay, Japan, with notes on production of atypical male. Bull. Ocean Res. Inst. Univ. Tokyo 1– Google ScholarCited by: 5. Mar 01,  · Another species that occurs at elevations >1, m is S. spinosus (Calderon-Espinosa et al., ). The reproductive cycle of S. spinosus was described previously by Valdez-Gonzalez and Ramirez-Bautista (), who detected differences from the reproductive cycles of high-elevation Sceloporus previously mentioned.

Jan 01,  · In , William Jaspersohn, a popular writer of a series of photodocumentary books, selected Arthur among the many eminent marine biologists in Woods Hole to be the model of his new book “A Day in the Life of a Marine Biologist.” The book describes Arthur’s day, work in his office and laboratory, plus a field trip with students in his. Aug 01,  · Notes on the Captive Life History of the Carnivorous Katydid Lirometopum coronatum Scudder (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) from Costa Rica 1. LESLIE S. SAUL-GERSHENZ. San Francisco Zoological Gardens, 1 Zoo Road, San Francisco, California Search for other works by this author on: Oxford judybwolfman.com by: 2. According to the team, led by Prof. Derek Briggs of Yale University and the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, Aquilonifer spinosus grew to less than half an inch long (about one cm), and. In May , 60 individuals (30 of which were examined) of each mussel species (M. galloprovincialis and M. californianus) were collected from Ensenada Bay, Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, where a high incidence of P. spinosus was known to occur. P. spinosus was found in the mantle, gills and digestive gland of both mussel species. Around 80% of total copepods infesting the mussels were Cited by:

Tegillarca granosa is commonly called Bloody cockle or Bloody clam because of the respiratory pigment hemoglobin that colours its tissues. This bivalve is found in the oceans of the indo-pacific region. The complete life cycle of a pennellid copepod Peniculus minuticaudae Shiino, is proposed based on the discovery of all post-embryonic stages together with the post-metamorphic adult females infecting the fins of threadsail filefish Stephanolepis cirrhifer (Monacanthidae) cultured in a fish farm at Ehime Prefecture, Japan. The hatching stage was the infective judybwolfman.com by: Apr 05,  · Tiny ancient creature carried its babies like "kites" The ancient marine animal Aquilonifer spinosus kept its young on a short leash. D. it . Spiclypeus shipporum: New Dinosaur Species Identified in Montana. May 19, by Natali Anderson The remains also tell us much about this individual’s life history, which was rife with.