Histopathological survey of the mussel Mytilus chilensis Mytilidae and the clam Gari solida Psammobiidae from southern Chile. A total of specimens of mussels, Mytilus chilensis Mytilidae , and 56 specimens of clams, Gari solida Psammobiidae , were collected in natural beds and culture sites of southern Chile. 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. In addition, the disseminated neoplasia disease was also present although in low prevalences. In the clam, G. The populations of the bivalve species here studied were devoid of serious pathogens.
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She completed his doctoral thesis at the Centro de Investigaciones Marinas CIMA where she developed her professional career for eight years. Since she has developed her research work in the field of molluscs pathology, specializing in molluscs cancers. Assessment of transmissibility of the disseminated neoplasia affecting cockles Cerastoderma edule in Galicia NW Spain.
Fish Pathol. Long-term epidemiological study of disseminated neoplasia of cockles in Galicia NW Spain : temporal patterns at individual and population levels, influence of environmental and cockle-based factors and lethality. J Fish Dis. Karyotype variation in neoplastic cells associated to severity of disseminated neoplasia in the cockle Cerastoderma edule.
Disseminated neoplasia in clams Venerupis aurea from Galicia NW Spain : Histopathology, ultraestructure and ploidy of the neoplastic cells, and comparison of diagnostic procedures. J Invertebr Pathol. Biomarkers and transcription levels of cancer-related genes in cockles Cerastoderma edule from Galicia NW Spain with disseminated neoplasia. Aquat Toxicol. Disseminated neoplasia causes changes in ploidy and apoptosis frequency in cockles Cerastoderma edule. Detection of reverse transcriptase activity in golden carpet shell clams Venerupis aurea with disseminated neoplasia.
Bull Eur Ass Fish Pathol. Disseminated neoplasia in cockles Cerastoderma edule: ultrastructural characterisation and effects on haemolymph cell parameters. Dis Aquat Organ. Expression of mutant protein p53 and Hsp70 and Hsp90 chaperones in cockles Cerastoderma edule affected by neoplasia. Evidence of retroviral etiology for disseminated neoplasia in cockles Cerastoderma edule. Toggle navigation.
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Pasar al contenido principal. Peteiro C. Russian Journal of Marine Biology. Effect of water motion on the cultivation of the commercial seaweed Undaria pinnatifida in a coastal bay of Galicia, Northwest Spain. Control of shell- boring Polychaetes in Haliotis tuberculata coccinea, Revee, aquaculture: species identification and effectiveness of mebendazole. SOSA, H.
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She completed his doctoral thesis at the Centro de Investigaciones Marinas CIMA where she developed her professional career for eight years. Since she has developed her research work in the field of molluscs pathology, specializing in molluscs cancers. Assessment of transmissibility of the disseminated neoplasia affecting cockles Cerastoderma edule in Galicia NW Spain. Fish Pathol.
A checklist of cercariae parasitizing marine molluscs from Patagonian coast, Argentina, based on literature sources and new records here presented. In total, cercariae of 31 species of marine digeneans, including 11 new records here presented, are known to infect 20 species of molluscs 14 in nine gastropods species; 17 in 11 bivalve species. These records include two species of Aporocotylidae, four Bucephalidae, one Fellodistomidae, five Gymnophallidae, one Hemiuroidea, four Lepocreadiidae, two Microphallidae, five Monorchiidae, one Notocotylidae, one Philophthalmidae, two Renicolidae, one Schistosomatidae and two Zoogonidae. For each digenean species, their hosts, habitat type, localities, infection site, prevalence, life cycle advances, and access numbers in helminthological collections and GenBank, when available, are detailed. Regarding the life cycles, eight were completely elucidated and four were partially elucidated.