2 edition of The Myxosporidia, or Psorosperms of fishes, and the epidemics produced by them found in the catalog.
|Statement||By R.R. Gurley|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., p. 65-304, v incl. tables. 47 pl.|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||14000042|
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The Myxosporidia Or Psorosperms Of Fishes: And The Epidemics Produced By Them () Paperback – Septem by Revere Randolph Gurley (Author)Author: Revere Randolph Gurley. Excerpt from The Myxosporidia, or Psorosperms of Fishes, and the Epidemic Produced by Them The present paper is a contribution toward the Object indicated.
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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.
The structure and development of Sphaerospora elegans Thélohan was studied by light and electron microscopy. Specimens of Gasterosteus aculeatus and Pungitius pungitius were examined from localities in England, Scotland and by: At head of title: Extracted from the Report of the U.S.
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Gurley. 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, and the epidemics produced by them book psorospenns of (Myxosporidia, Billalvulea) from Gobius ophiocephalus in fishes, and the epidemics produced by them. Rep. U.S. the Black Sea.
Biologiya Mo rya, Kiev 1. Author(s): Gurley,Revere Randolf Title(s): The myxosporidia, or psorosperms of fishes, and the epidemics produced by them. Country of Publication: United States. The Myxosporidia, or psorosperms of fishes and the epidemics produced by them.
Report of the United States Commission on Fish and Fisheries, 18, 65– Google ScholarCited by: 1. Author(s): Gurley,R R(Revere Randolph) Title(s): The myxosporidia, or psorosperms of fishes, and the epidemics produced by them. Country of Publication:. Discovered almost years ago, myxozoans are cosmopolitan but mostly innocuous parasites, except for a few species that are pathogens of economically important wild and cultured fishes (Lom and Dyková, ).
They produce microscopic spores typically 10–50 microns across, which have simple morphology Cited by: 7. The Myxosporidia, or Psorosperms of Fishes, and the Epidemics produced by them. By R. Gurley (Index to above paper follows p.
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Psorosperm (from the Greek ψωρα itch and σπερμα seed) is a name formerly given to a number of parasitic protozoa which produce cystlike or sporelike structures in the tissue of hosts, but now essentially obsolete.
Some which affect vertebrate hosts are now identified as a: Eolouka, Jakobea, Tsukubea, Discicristata. Gurley, R. “On the Classification of the Myxosporidia, a Group of Protozoan Parasites Infesting Fishes.” Bulletin of the United States Fisheries Commission 11 (): – Gurley, R.
“The Myxosporidia, or Psorosperms of Fishes, and the Epidemics Produced by Them.” Bulletin of the United States Fisheries Commission 26 ( The Road To Cnidaria: History of Phylogeny of the Myxozoa.
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Gurley, R. R., The Myxosporidia or psorosperms of fishes and the epidemics produced by them. Rep. Bur. Fish., Ward, H. B., Notes on North American Myxosporidia. ON ‘THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE MYXOSPORIDIA, A GROUP OF PROTOZOAN PARASITES INFESTING FISHES. BY R. GURLEY, M. D., Assistant, LI.
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 File Size: KB.
Summary. The new genus Inodosporus was erected to accept I. spraguei, a new species having eight sporoblasts per pansporoblast with each subsequent spore possessing three or four basal spore-tails and one branched apical is primarily by the apical tail that the species is separated from the only other recognized species, I.
octospora (Henneguy, ) comb. n., formerly Thelohania by: The Book of Wood Names. Les Noms des Bois. Los Nombres de las Maderas. Meyer, Hans. The Myxosporidia, or Psorosperms of Fishes, and the Epidemics produced by them. Gurley, R.R. (Revere Randolph). Über die Springmäuse oder die Arten der Gattung Dipus.
Ueber die Ratten mit platten Stachel. The occurrence in smears of myxosporidia im- The Myxosporidia or Psorosperms of fishes and the epidemics produced by them.
Report U. Comm. Fish and Fisheries forP p. Labbé, A. Sporozoa in Das Tierreich. Deutsch. zool. Ges., 5 Liefg. Mavor, J. On the life-history of CeratomyxaFile Size: 1MB. Psorosperm (from the Greek ψωρα itch and σπερμα seed) is a name formerly given to a number of parasitic protozoa which produce cystlike or sporelike structures in the tissue of hosts, but now essentially obsolete.
Some which affect vertebrate hosts are now identified as coccidia.; Others, such as the cause of pébrine in silkworms, are now recognized as microsporidians, and some are.
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No need to register, buy now. Myxozoans are a clade of highly derived cnidarians. The phylogenetic identity of these extremely simplified parasites of aquatic vertebrates and invertebrates had long been uncertain, with all early classifications designating Myxozoa as protists.
Though suggestions were frequently made that the infective spores of these parasites are multicellular and possibly of cnidarian origin, it would Cited by: Media in category "Myxobolus" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total.
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Rep. U.S. Fish. Comm. Go to original source HAHN C.W. On the sporozoan parasites of the fishes of Woods Hole and vicinity III. On the Chloromyxum clupeidae of Clupea harengus (Young) and P. aestivalis (Young). On the classification of the myxosporidia, a group of protozoan parasites infesting fishes.
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Life of the Fish known as soft rays, are made up of many of them branch and spread out brush-like little joints, and most In the fin on the back the first ten of the rays are spines, the rest are In the fin under the tail there are three spines, and in soft rays.
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US Comm. ofFish and Fisheries. Report for 8. Lorn, J. On a new taxonomic character in Myxosporidia as demonstrated in descriptions of two new species of Myxobolus. Folia. The parasites in fishes were called by Müller “fish-psorosperms,” a name which has stuck to them ever since, although, as is evident from the meaning of the term (“mange-seed”), Müller had little idea of the true nature of the bodies.
All fish carry pathogens and y this is at some cost to the fish. If the cost is sufficiently high, then the impacts can be characterised as a r disease in fish is not understood well. What is known about fish disease often relates to aquaria fish, and more recently, to farmed fish.
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J. MUeller classified these structures among the "psorosperms," which term he had used several years earlier in connection with the protozoans oc-curring inside small tubules and nodules in the skin, the gills, the muscles and the urinary bladder of [certain.] fishes and frogs.
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