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Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, 1920 (Crustacea:Caligoida)

David Richard Voth

Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, 1920 (Crustacea:Caligoida)

by David Richard Voth

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Copepoda.

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    Statementby David Richard Voth.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[15], 114 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15520398M

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    A phylogeny for the 18 families of Siphonostomatoida (Copepoda) parasitic on vertebrates is presented which considers these taxa a monophyletic group evolved from siphonostome associates of invertebrates. Discussion of the evolutionary biology of these families is presented using this phylogeny as a foundation for comparison. Siphonostomes typically attach at specific locations on their hosts. Somos un servicio de información organizado para contribuir a la generación de conocimientos científicos, técnicos, a la formación de recursos humanos dentro de la comunidad académica de ECOSUR, y a la extensión de la cultura en la Frontera Sur. Sustenta las investigaciones, en Sistemas de Producción Alternativos, Conservación de la Biodiversidad y Sociedad, Cultura y Salud. Apoyamos.

      Recent reports claim that pink salmon fry are heavily infected by Lepeoptheirus salmonis as they pass salmon farms in the Broughton Archipelago. Hydrodynamic studies reveal that the top 25 to 40 m of water generally flows seaward through the archipelago under the influence of freshwater, reducing surface salinity from 15–25% from June through November of most by: This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our : Donald Fraser.


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Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, 1920 (Crustacea:Caligoida) by David Richard Voth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fish infected with Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser,were transported to Corvallis, Oregon, and maintained in a sea water system at 15°C. Isolated copepods were studied in finger bowls in non-aerated sea water. which was changed several times by: Fish infected with Lepeophtheirus hospitalis\ud Fraser,were transported to Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, Oregon, and\ud maintained in a sea water system at 15°C.

Isolated copepods\ud were studied in finger bowls in non-aerated sea water.\ud which was changed several times daily.\ud The morphology and behavior of the ten life history\ud stages of the parasitic copepod L.

hospitalis have been\ud described. Worldwide, described species of Lepeophtheirus are accepted as valid and of these, the life cycle of four species has been revealed, namely, L. dissimulatus Wilson,L. hospitalis Fraser,L. pectoralis (Müller, ), and L. salmonis (Krøyer, ).Cited by: Voth DR. Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, (Crustacea: Caligoida).

Unpublished PhD thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. [Google Scholar] Walter TC, Boxshall GA. Lepeophtheirus von Nordmann,in WorldCited by: Voth DR () Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, (Crustacea: Caligioida).

Doctoral thesis, Oregon State University. Cited by: Voth DR. Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, (Crustacea: Caligoida).

Unpublished PhD thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. [Google Scholar] Walter TC, Boxshall GA. Cited by: The caligid life cycle: new evidence from Lepeophtheirus elegans reconciles the cycles of Caligus and Lepeophtheirus (Copepoda: Caligidae) Parasite, May Balu Alagar Venmathi Maran, Seong Yong Moon, Susumu Ohtsuka, Sung-Yong Oh, Ho Young Soh, Jung-Goo Myoung, Anna Iglikowska, Geoffrey Allan Boxshall.

At comparable temperatures, egg development in Lepeophtheirus hospitalis takes 64 h (20°C) [DR Voth. Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirushospitalis Fraser, (Crustacea: Caligoida), PhD thesis, Oregon State University, ] and C.

epidemicus takes 28 h (°C) []. In caligids adapted to lower temperatures, development time Cited by: 5. Voth DR () Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, (Crustacea: Caligioida). Doctoral thesis, Oregon State University.

Anstensrud M () Molting and mating in Lepeophtheirus pectoralis (Copepoda, Caligidae).Cited by: For half a century, the Lepeophtheirus life cycle has been regarded as the only copepod life cycle including 8 post-nauplius instars as confirmed in four different species, including L.

salmonis. The caligid life cycle: new evidence from Lepeophtheirus elegans reconciles the cycles of Caligus and Lepeophtheirus (Copepoda: Caligidae) Balu Alagar Venmathi Maran1, Seong Yong Moon2, Susumu Ohtsuka3, Sung-Yong Oh1, Ho Young Soh2, Jung-Goo Myoung1, Anna Iglikowska4, and Geoffrey Allan Boxshall5,* 1 2 3.

LIFE HISTORY OF THE CALIGID COPEPOD LEPEOPHTHEIRUS HOSPITALIS FRASER, (CRUSTACEA: CALIGOIDA) INTRODUCTION Most of the parasitic crustaceans are found among the over 4, described species of copepods.

They are known to exist in various symbiotic relationships with numerous groups, including sponges, coelenterates, polychaetes. Development, growth, and survival data derived from laboratory experiments are provided for Lepeophtheirus salmonis, a common ectoparasite of wild and sea-farmed mean development time of eggs was 1 hours (175 days) at 5°C, 1 hours (86 days) at 10°C, and 8 hours (55 days) at 15° by: A new species of caligid copepod, Lepeophtheirus azoricus n.

sp., is described from the dusky grouper, Epinephelus marginatus (Lowe), caught in Atlantic waters off Faial Island in the Azores. Aspects of the biology of the parasitic copepods Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Caligus elongatus on farmed salmonids, and their treatment - Volume 81 Issue 3 - R.

Wootten, John W. Smith, E. Needham Life history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, (Crustacea: Caligoida).Cited by: The external morphology, functional morphology, life history, and host-parasite relationships of the Caligidae are presented.

A key to the genera of the Caligidae is provided. Because this family has become increasingly important due to their deleterious effects on fishes, especially cultured or farmed fishes throughout the world.

D.R. VothLife history of the caligid copepod Lepeophtheirus hospitalis Fraser, (Crustacea, Caligoida) Ph.D. dissertation Oregan State University (), p. Quantitative population dynamical information derived from laboratory- and field-based experiments is provided for the fish-parasitic copepod.

Lernaeocera branchialis, infecting flounder (Cited by: Milestones include the first description of copepods (ca. B.C.), the first illustration (), the first free-living freshwater copepod (), the first explanation of a free-living copepod's metamorphosis (), the first permanently named copepod (), the first free-living marine copepod (), and the first description of a Cited by: Abstract.

Quantitative population dynamical information derived from laboratory- and field-based experiments is provided for the fish-parasitic copepod, Lernaeocera branchialis, infecting flounder (Platichthys flesus) and whiting (Merlangius merlangus).Adult, post-metamorphosis females from whiting can produce more than one set of by:.

Each year the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirussalmonis Krøyer, ) causes multi-million dollar commercial losses to the salmon farming industry world-wide, and strict lice control regimes have been put in place to reduce the release of salmon louse larvae from aquaculture facilities into the half a century, the Lepeophtheirus life cycle has been regarded as the only copepod life Cited by: Copepod crustaceans are the most numerous multicellular animals on earth.

They occur in every free-living and parasitic aquatic niche. Copepods have been known since the time of Aristotle, yet there has never been a history of the study of copepods. This volume, the first in a planned three-volume series, reviews the discoveries of copepods tothe year that the two distinct branches, the 5/5(1).

Book from the collections of unknown library Language English. Copepod crustaceans are the most numerous multicellular animals on earth. They occur in every freeliving and parasitic aquatic niche. Copepods have been known since the time of Aristotle, yet there has never been a history of the study of copepods.

This volume, the first in a.