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MYXOSPORIDIA USSR

S.S. Shul"man

MYXOSPORIDIA USSR

by S.S. Shul"man

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine biology,
  • Former Soviet Union, USSR (Europe)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesRussian Translations Series
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages643
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12847566M
    ISBN 10906191986X
    ISBN 109789061919865

    Synonyms for order Myxosporidia in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for order Myxosporidia. 1 synonym for order Myxosporidia: Myxosporidia. What are synonyms for order Myxosporidia? BOOKS AND SOFTWARE REVIEWED Entries are by title; software reviews are designated as such, all other entries being book reviews. Myxosporidia of the USSR, by S. S. Shul'man (transl. by S. Sharma), 99 Natural History of Moles, by M. L. Gorman and R. D. Stone, 94 Network Analysis in Marine Ecology: Methods and.

    Myxosporidia: (mĭks-ō-spor-ĭd′ē-ă) Parasitic sporozoans most commonly found in the epithelial cells of lower vertebrates.   Myxosporidia of the USSR. Nauka Publ., Moscow-Leningrad. English translation for US Department of Interior and National Science Foundation, Washington DC by Amerind Publication Company Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, Google Scholar.

    ON ‘THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE MYXOSPORIDIA, A GROUP OF PROTOZOAN PARASITES INFESTING FISHES. BY R. GURLEY, M. D., Assistant, LI. S. Fish Conrinission. Up to the present time very little attention has been given to the diseases of fishes and to their parasites from the standpoint of the effect produced upon the host; yet there can be no doubt that a knowledge of such diseases . In a three-year survey of myxosporean infections of the bleak (Alburnus alburnus), involving the examination of fish specimens from the River Danube and 50 from Lake Balaton, four Myxobolus species (two gill parasites, one fin parasite and a species parasitising the skeletal muscles) were of the species could be identified as M. alburni and M. obesus.


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MYXOSPORIDIA USSR by S.S. Shul"man Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The book comprises 8 main sections dealing in turn with the life-cycle of myxosporidia (pp); their nuclear cycle (pp); cytophotometric studies of the nuclear cycle and electron microscopic studies of the life-cycle (pp); the ultrastructure of different developmental stages (pp); electron microscopic studies of the development of myxosporidia (pp); the biology and Cited by: 6.

Myxosporidia an order of the class Cnidosporidia. Many zoologists place the Myxosporidia in a separate subclass. Of the approximately species, are found in the USSR. Myxosporidians parasitize the gall bladder, urinary bladder, ureters, and various tissues of fishes (mostly bony) and, less commonly, of amphibians and turtles.

The vegetative forms. Myxosporidia with different localization in fish organism were investigated using electron microscopy, cytophotometry and a result of our cytophotometric investigations, a new understanding of the life cycle of Myxosporidia as a cycle with alternation of haplophase and diplophase was study of coelozoic, histozoic and intracellular Myxosporidia has shown a great Cited by: Myxosporidian, any parasite of the phylum Myxosporidia, also MYXOSPORIDIA USSR book Myxospora, traditionally placed in the kingdom Protista.

The Myxosporidia are characterized by complex spores having at least one infective amoeboid sporoplasm and one or more polar capsules containing coiled, extrusible. Allan P. Pessier, in Current Therapy in Reptile Medicine and Surgery, Myxozoanosis.

The Myxozoa are a phylum of metazoan organisms related to the cnidarians that usually have been classified and studied as protozoans. Until recently, most myxozoal infections in amphibians have been considered to be interesting incidental findings of minimal clinical significance 28 (Figure ).

A class of the protozoan subphylum Cnidospora; members are parasitic in some fish, a few amphibians, and certain invertebrates.

Chakravarty, M. () Studies on Myxosporidia from the fishes of Bengal, with a note on the myxosporidian infection in aquaria fishes. Archiv für Protistenkunde, 92, – Google Scholar. Phylogeny and comprehensive revision of mugiliform-infecting myxobolids (Myxozoa, Myxobolidae), with the morphological and molecular redescription of the cryptic species Myxobolus exiguus - Volume Issue 4 - S.

Rocha, C. Azevedo, E. Oliveira, Â. On the two new Myxosporidia, Chloromyxum musculoliquefaciens sp. nov. and Neochloromyxum cruciformum gen. et sp. nov., from the jellied muscle of swordfish, Xiphias gladius Linne, and common Japanese sea-bass, Lateolabrax japonicus (Temminck et Schlegel).

Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisher – Myxosporidia of the USSR. Nauka Publishers, Moscow. (In Russian) English Translation:Amerind Publishing, New Dehli, India, for the U.S. Department of Interior and National Science Foundation. Myxosporidia of 3 new species were found on examination of 15 L.

bilineata in the Avachinsk Bay in eastern Kamchatka, Far-Eastern Russia. Ceratomyxa sympetala sp. nov. from the gall bladder of 7 fish, differs from C. limandae by having straighter spores and small polar capsules; the new species also closely resembles C.

japonica (but no differentiation is given). The present communication deals with description of one new species of Myxobolus (Myxozoa: Myxosporea: Bivalvulida), M.

sclerii sp. nov. infecting eye ball of Catla catla (Hamilton) and redescription of M. stomum infecting scales of Labeo rohita (Hamilton), two major carps of Kanjali and Ropar Wetlands respectively. Spores of M. sclerii sp. nov. measure –( ± ) × –(5. from book Myxozoan Evolution, Ecology and Development (pp) Classification and Phylogenetics of Myxozoa Chapter April with 2, Reads.

Medical definition of Myxosporidia: an order of sporozoans (subclass Cnidosporidia) that are mostly parasitic in fishes and include various serious pathogens. Myxosporidia Marine. Author Top: Karlsbakk, E., more; Abstract: Myxozoa are multicellular but microscopic parasites of vertebrates (mainly fishes, but some amphibian and chelonian hosts are known) and invertebrates (mainly annelids, and mainly oligochaeta).

Known life cycles describe sporogony in a vertebrate host producing myxospores. Myxosporidia are parasites most frequently found in fish. In many fish these parasites can be found in almost all organs. Nevertheless, in spite of this and of the frequent occurrence of this parasite in fish, in the literature, or evidently at least in the book "Fish Diseases" by M.

Plen, ther is no mention of such a generally widespread disease. Other articles where Myxosporidia is discussed: myxosporidian: any parasite of the phylum Myxosporidia, also called Myxospora, traditionally placed in the kingdom Protista.

The Myxosporidia are characterized by complex spores having at least one infective amoeboid sporoplasm and one or more polar capsules containing coiled, extrusible filaments. Although they are primarily parasites of fish. Myxosporidia, or psorosperms of fishes, and the epidemics produced by them.

My xosporidia of the USSR. Moscow: Akademiya Nauk SSSR, Zoologicheskii Institul. Abstracts book, Kovaleva, A.A. Myxosporidia of the genus European Association of Fish Pathologists, Seventh Chloromyxum (Cnidospora, Myxosporea) of cartilaginous. Abd-Elfattah A, Fontes I, Kumar G, Soliman H, Hartikainen H, Okamura B, El-Matbouli M () Vertical transmission of Tetracapsuloides bryosalmonae (Myxozoa), the causative agent of salmonid proliferative kidney disease.

Parasitology – CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Studies on Myxosporidia; a synopsis of genera and species of Myxosporidia; with 25 plates and 2 textfigures Item Preview.Myxosporidia of the USSR, Nauka publishers, Moscow-Leningrad.

Translated version published for the United States department of the interior and National science foundation, Amerind publishing cop. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, p. Articles from Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences are provided here courtesy of Elsevier.

Formats.Literary usage of Myxosporidia. Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature: 1. Handbook of meat inspection by Robert Ostertag, Earley Vernon Wilcox () "(b) oridia are parasitic chiefly iu .