3 edition of Stress induced changes in optical spectra and pigmentation of the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida found in the catalog.
Stress induced changes in optical spectra and pigmentation of the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida
1998 by Huxley College of Environmental Studies, Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA .
Written in English
|Statement||by Brandi Wallace.|
|Series||Internship report, Internship report (Huxley College of Environmental Studies)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8,  leaves ;|
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Aiptasia pallida (Agassiz in Verrill, ) Aiptasia parva (Carlgren, ) Aiptasia prima (Stephenson, ) Aiptasia pulchella (Carlgren, ) Aiptasia saxicola (Andrès, ) Aiptasia tagetes (Duchassaing & Michelotti, ) Aiptasia Care.
There are a number of reason to actively keep and care for Aiptasia. Sunagawa S, Choi J, Forman HJ, Medina M. Hyperthermic stress-induced increase in the expression of glutamate-cysteine ligase and glutathione levels in the symbiotic sea anemone Aiptasia pallida. Comp Biochem Physiol B: Biochem Mol Biol.
; – doi: / [PMC free article]Cited by: The small sea anemone Aiptasia provides a tractable laboratory model for investigating these mechanisms. Here we report on the assembly and analysis of the Aiptasia genome, which will provide a foundation for future studies and has revealed several features that may be key to understanding the evolution and function of the endosymbiosis.
These Cited by: S. Sunagawa, J. Choi, H.J. Forman, M. MeidnaHyperthermic stress-induced in- crease in the expression of glutamate–cysteine ligase and glutathione levels in Cited by: 6.
Aiptasia is a genus of a symbiotic cnidarian belonging to the class Anthozoa (sea anemones, corals). Aiptasia is a widely distributed genus of temperate and tropical sea anemones of benthic lifestyle typically found living on mangrove roots and hard substrates.
These anemones, as well as many other cnidarian species, often contain symbiotic dinoflagellate unicellular algae of the Class: Anthozoa. In this study, transmission electron microscopy was used to conduct a detailed examination of symbiotic tissues of the tropical anemone Aiptasia pallida during early stages of host stress.
Nevertheless, the cellular and molecular processes by which elevated temperatures elicit the bleaching response are poorly understood. This dissertation deals with this important question by describing two mediators of cnidarian bleaching in the model symbiotic tropical sea anemone Stress induced changes in optical spectra and pigmentation of the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida book pallida (Verril), namely nitric oxide and by: 6.
The sea anemone Aiptasia pallida, symbiotic with intracellular dinoﬂagellates, expresses Stress induced changes in optical spectra and pigmentation of the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida book peptydyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase (PPIase) belonging to the con-served family of cytosolic cyclophilins (ApCypA).
Protein extracts from A. pallida exhibited PPIase activity. Given the high degree of conservation of ApCypA and its known. To circumvent these difficulties, we and others are developing the small sea anemone Aiptasia as a model system for studies of dinoflagellate-cnidarian symbiosis [14, 15].
Like corals, Aiptasia is an anthozoan (a Class in the Phylum Cnidaria) and maintains intracellular symbiotic dinoflagellates closely related to those in by: We studied the pale sea anemone Aiptasia pallida which hosts symbiotic zooxanthellae Symbiodinium bermudense (Banaszak et al., ).
This small species is commonly found along the east coast of the United States, throughout the Caribbean and is especially abundant from North Carolina to the Florida Keys (Kaplan, ).Cited by: Sunagawa S, Choi J, Forman HJ, Medina M: Hyperthermic Stress induced changes in optical spectra and pigmentation of the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida book increase in the expression of glutamate-cysteine ligase and glutathione levels in the symbiotic sea anemone Aiptasia pallida.
Comp Biochem Physiol B: Biochem Mol Biol.(1): / CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Effect of light, temperature and diet on the fatty acid profile of the tropical sea anemone Aiptasia pallida Article in Aquaculture Nutrition 19() August with 99 Reads. Title: The tropical sea anemone Aiptasia pallida as a lab model for the study of coral bleaching: Language: English: Author, co-author: Ladrière, Ophélie [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département des sciences et gestion de l'environnement > Ecologie animale et écotoxicologie >]: Roberty, Stéphane [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département des sciences et gestion de l Cited by: 2.
We worked with the symbiotic tropical sea anemone, recently renamed Exaiptasia (Aiptasia) pallida. Free growing anemones were collected from the aquaria water system and identified according to Grajales and Rodríguez. Anemones with a cm pedal disc were maintained for 3 months in 4 L aquaria with a bubbling air by: 3.
Corals exposed to environmental stresses need to engage appropriate physiological strategies to survive. Here, we examined tissue modifications following algal dysfunction. Aiptasia pallida was exposed during 1 week to 3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethylurea (DCMU), the herbicide called diuron.
DCMU treatment produced a drastic loss in Cited by: Bleached anemones found to stress fish living in them. Tommy Norin et al. Anemone bleaching increases the metabolic demands of symbiont While such heat-induced loss of algal symbionts. Stress-induced cortisol response times vary among fishes, from as short as min in striped bass Morone saxatilis 58 to as long as min in the sea raven Hemitripterus americanus Therefore Author: Ricardo Beldade.
THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF Ca2+ AND Mg2+ IONS AND ORGANIC MOLECULES ON DISCHARGE OF NEMATOCYSTS IN THE SEA ANEMONE AIPTASIA PALLIDA Todd O'Halloran, Dept. of Biology, IWU, Gail Lima* It is known that.
Sphingolipid Metabolism of a Sea Anemone Is Altered by the Presence of Dinoﬂagellate Symbionts by incubating the anemone Aiptasia pallida (also known as Exaiptasiapallida)(GrajalesandRodriguez,)inthelipid metabolites Sph, S1P, and FTY, an S1P agonist, followed.
Select a Petri dish containing symbiotic Aiptasia pallida and observe the “holobiont” (the anemone with its symbionts) under the dissecting microscope: Under different magnifications AND. Under different light regimes (light below, or light from side) Now, select a magnification and light regime and observe the morphology and.
draw the anemone. Aiptasia pallida (recently renamed Exaiptasia pallida; Grajales and Rodríguez ) is a species of anemone found along the Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf coasts of North America and in the Caribbean Sea.
Like many an-thozoans, these anemones harbor intracellular dinoflagel-lates (commonly called zooxanthellae) of the genus. Sunagawa, S. et al. Generation and analysis of transcriptomic resources for a model system on the rise: the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida and its dinoflagellate endosymbiont.
BMC Genom Cited by: The genome of Aiptasia, a sea anemone model for coral symbiosis Sebastian Baumgartena, Oleg Simakovb,1, Lisl Y.
Esherickc, Yi Jin Liewa, Erik M. Lehnertc, Craig T. Michella, Yong Lia, Elizabeth A. Hambleton b, Annika Guse, Matt E. Oatesd, Julian Goughd, Virginia M. Weise, Manuel Arandaa, John R. Pringlec,2, and Christian R.
Voolstraa,2 aRed Sea Research. The idea behind Aiptasia- X is that the active ingredients are suspended in some kind of “Micella” which is like a liquid capsule and only after ingested by the anemone it becomes free.
Although I understand that this is the only change you made in the tank, I don’t think that there is a straight connection to the illness of the fish. The small sea anemone Aiptasia provides a tractable laboratory model for investigating these mechanisms.
Here we report on the assembly and analysis of the Aiptasia genome, which will provide a foundation for future studies and has revealed several features that may be key to understanding the evolution and function of the endosymbiosis. Generation and analysis of transcriptomic resources for a model system on the rise: the sea anemone Aiptasia pallida and its dinoflagellate endosymbiont.
BMC Genom [PMC free article] van Oppen M. H., Palstra F. P., Piquet A. M., Miller D. ().Cited by: model organism Aiptasia (sensuExaiptasiapallida;Grajales and Rodríguez, ) promises to be an easy and cost-eﬀective tool to study cnidarian—Symbiodiniuminteractions. While this sea anemone diﬀers from scleractinian corals in some key functional traits, most notably the lack of a calcareous skeleton, it featuresCited by: Interactions between the dinoflagellate endosymbiont Symbiodinium and its cnidarian hosts (e.g.
corals, sea anemones) are the foundation of coral-reef ecosystems. Carbon flow between the partners is a hallmark of this mutualism, but the mechanisms governing this flow and its impact on symbiosis remain poorly understood.
We showed previously that although Cited by: 8. Partial quantification of pigments extracted from the zooxanthellate octocoral Sinularia flexibilis at varying irradiances The effect of light and heterotrophy on carotenoid concentrations in the Caribbean anemone Aiptasia pallida (Verrill).
Mazel C.H. & Dustan P. Optical spectra and pigmentation of Caribbean reef corals and Cited by: 5. Adaptation of sea anemone 1. Adaptation of Sea Anemoneon rocks, sea bottom, coral reefsStabilityIt is aCarnivorewhyTo wait for fishes to come by close enough and will not waste energy DietHabitatSmall fishesSwiftWhereIt is to paralyze the fish and make it stop moving thus easier to catch.
Karenia brevis (K. brevis) blooms are of great interest and have been commonly reported throughout the Gulf of Mexico. In this study we propose a detection technique for blooms with low backscatter characteristics, which we name the Red Band Difference (RBD) technique, coupled with a selective K.
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Previous studies have identified many temperature-regulated genes in adult tissues; however, the transcriptional responses of fish larvae to temperature stress are not well understood.
In this paper, the sea anemone Metridium senile is used for testing the effects of flow, polyp size, and up- stream neighbors on the feeding success of soft-bodied, passive suspension feeders. Five features render M. senile a good model for such studies: (1) The projected area of.
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Strains of the Sea Anemone Exaiptasia Reveal Distinct Bacterial Communities. Front. Mar. Sci. doi: /fmars Laboratory-Cultured Strains of the Sea Anemone ExaiptasiaReveal Distinct Bacterial Communities MarcelaHerrera,MarenZiegler,raandManuelAranda*.
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