2 edition of Feasibility of mass, outdoor cultivation of Gonyaulax catenella found in the catalog.
Feasibility of mass, outdoor cultivation of Gonyaulax catenella
Joseph M. Cummins
1966 by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of Disease Prevention and Environmental Control, National Center for Urban and Industrial Health, Water Supply and Sea Resources Program in [Washington] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Joseph M. Cummins, Clarence L. Law [and] William F. Hill, Jr.|
|Series||Public Health Service publication, no.999-UIH-3, Environmental health series: Urban and industrial health|
|Contributions||Law, Clarence L., jt. auth., Hill, William F., jt. auth.|
|LC Classifications||QL368.D6 C8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||67062471|
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Feasibility of mass, outdoor cultivation of Gonyaulax catenella. [Washington] U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Bureau of Disease Prevention and Environmental Control, National Center for Urban and Industrial Health, Water Supply and Sea Resources Program, (OCoLC) 1.
Author(s): Cummins,Joseph M Title(s): Feasibility of mass, outdoor cultivation of Gonyaulax catenella/ [by] Joseph M.
Cummins [et al.] J In poison: Protistan poisons in human intoxications have been Gonyaulax catenella along the Pacific coast of North America and G. tamarensis along the eastern coast of North America. Intoxications from these organisms are known as paralytic shellfish poisoning.
The symptoms, which begin with a tingling or burning sensation, then numbness of the lips, gums. The Gonyalax is an unpopular organism the falls under the Protist kingdom.
This type of organism lives in the water, mostly in large bodies of water like oceans, and they prefer cooler temperatures. You can find the G. Catenella along the North- East coast of North America. The dinoflagellate species Alexandrium catenella (Whedon & Kof.) Balech (in Anderson & al., Toxic Dinoflagellates: ), first published as Gonyaulax catenella Whedon & Kof., was described from marine waters off San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
The protologue included the species diagnosis, a detailed description and seven drawings in which the thecal plate pattern in apical, antapical Cited by: Gonyaulax. Welcome to a webpage entirely attributed to the toxic dinoflagellate-protist, Gonyaulax!This unpopular organism is know for its ability to generate red tide blooms that are associated with mass fish and shellfish eradication.
Alexandrium catenella (Whedon and Kofoid) Balech, b Species Overview: Alexandrium catenella is an armoured, marine, planktonic is associated with toxic PSP blooms in cold water coastal regions.
Taxonomical Description: A chain-forming species, A. catenella typically occurs in characteristic short chains of 2, 4 or 8 cells (Figs. 1,5). Gonyaulax spinifera (Claparède & Lachmann) Diesing, View image in original size. Gonyaulax spinifera. A living cell and one of several types of cysts associated with G.
spinifera (BF, courtesy of Anna Godhe) Photographer/artist Mats Kuylenstierna. Additional image information Title. Thus, continuous rotary shaking of cultures of the toxic marine dinoflagellate Gonyaulax excavata (=Alexandrium catenella) at speeds of rpm and greater caused rapid death and disintegration of.
Catenella caespitosa (Withering) L.M. Irvine Also known as Catenella repens (Lightfoot) Batters and Catenella opuntia (Goodenough & Woodward) Greville; Creeping Chain weed Description: Spreading mat of interlaced blackish-purple to brownish fronds, to 20 mm high, irregularly branched, constricted into flattened segments like tiny Prickly Pear.
Gonyaulax catenella thrives in the photic zones of the water columns. Because they use photosynthesis as a means of acquiring nutrition, they must stay near the top. They prefer cooler temperatures in coastal and open waters.
The organism is dispersed throughout their habitat by wind driven and tidal currents. In the present study, the blue-green alga Spirulina platensis (NRC) was used for mass production under outdoor cultivation in three open ponds with a final capacity of 75 m3 net cultivation volume.
Humans may be poisoned by eating mussels or other shellfish that have ingested large quantities of Gonyaulax catenella. Gonyaulax species are covered by closely fitting cellulose plates. As dinoflagellates, they have two flagella: one extends backward from a longitudinal groove in the armour, and the other, in an encircling groove, may help to keep the organism afloat.
Structure. Gonyaulax is a genus of dinoflagellates that are aquatic organisms with two separate flagella: one extends backward and the other wraps around the cell in a lateral groove helping to keep the organism afloat by rotational motility.
The plate formula in the genus Gonyaulax Diesing was redefined as Po, 3', 2a, 6", 6c, s, 5'", 1p, 1"". Domain: Eukaryota. Alexandrium catenella forms chains of 2, 4 or 8 cells that swim together like a snake. Individual cells are almost round, slightly longer than wide (Olenina and Olenin ).
Individual cells are almost round, slightly longer than wide (Olenina and Olenin ). Proctor NH, Chan SL, Truvor AJ () Production of saxitoxin by culture of Gonyaulax catenella. Toxicon –19 Google Scholar Quilliam MA, Janecek M () Characterization of oxidation products of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins by liquid chromatography/mass by: Gonyaulax digitalis (t) Kofoid Univ.
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ATCC Biomol Eng – Google Scholar Moreno-Garrido I, Cañavate JP () Assessing chemical compounds for controlling predator ciliates in outdoor mass cultures of the green algae Dunaliella Cited by: Mussels may become too toxic for human consumption when concentrations of Gonyaulax catenella reach only cells per millilitre, but concentrations ofcells per litre will be necessary before a bloom is apparent to the unaided eye.
Normally, the toxicity in the mussels disappears within weeks after a bloom, but much longer. AGENTES TÓXICOS QUE ES UN AGENTE TÓXICO VÍAS DE ENTRADA DE LOS AGENTES TÓXICOS AL ORGANISMO Vía respiratoria.
Es la vía de penetración de sustancias tóxicas más importante en el medio ambiente de trabajo. • Vía dérmica. In the cases of mass mortality events involving birds, it is mostly piscivorous birds that are affected after consuming fish contaminated by PSTs. In Mayat least dead birds were observed along the coastal beaches of Washington State, USA.
This coincided with an A. catenella bloom that resulted in six human cases of fatal PSP. Catenella - Via del Co Via Ottaviano /, Viale Eritrea 2, Centro Cinecittàdue Via Palmiro Togliatti 2, Rome, Italy - Rated /5(11).
Harmful algal blooms represent a severe issue worldwide. They affect ecosystem functions and related services and goods, with consequences on human health and socio-economic activities. This study reports new data on paralytic shellfish toxins (PSTs) from Sardinia and Sicily (Italy), the largest Mediterranean islands where toxic events, mainly caused by Alexandrium species (Dinophyceae), Cited by: 5.
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