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Pandey and Agrawal () listed 12 Cornudiscoides sp. from India. Rastogi et al. () described C. Kulkarnii and C. susanae as new species. However, both proved synonyms of C. proximus Gusev, During further studies on the genus Cornudiscoides, two new species, infesting S. aor, have been collected and studied in detail. The worldwide distribution of monogenean genera described from cichlid hosts shows a clear difference between the distributions of ecto- (i.e., living on the host, directly in contact with the environment) and mesoparasite (i.e., living in a host body cavity and not in direct contact with the external environment ) mesoparasite Enterogyrus is present in Asia, the whole of Cited by: L. H. Susan Lim (14 February - 2 August ). Malaysian Parasitologist, specialist of Monogenea. Professor at Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Commissioner of International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature,
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Request PDF | Dactylogyridean monogeneans of the siluriform fishes of the Old World | This is a catalogue and discussion of the known dactylogyridean. This is a catalogue and discussion of the known dactylogyridean monogenean genera of siluriform fishes of the Old World.
Of a total of 38 nominal genera, only 19 are considered valid. Seventeen of these 19 genera are currently in the Ancyrocephalidae (containing the Ancyrocephalinae and Ancylodiscoidinae), whilst the other two (Neocalceostoma and Cited by: In Central, West, and South Africa, most of the published works are dealing with taxonomic and epidemiological studies of monogeneans in Cichlids [53.
Pariselle A. & Euzet L. — Systematic revision of dactylogyridean parasites (Monogenea) from cichlid fishes in Africa, the Levant and Madagascar. Zoosystema 31 (4): Systematic revision is made of the six dactylogyridean genera (Monogenea) described on African, Levantine and Malagasy cichlid fishes: Urogyrus Bilong Bilong, Birgi & Euzet, (including one Cited by: However, other studies suggest the existence of a phylogenetic signal in sclerite morphology and shape within dactylogyridean monogeneans (Šimková et al., ; Šimková et al., ) and specifically within Cichlidogyrus (Vignon, Pariselle & Vanhove, ).
However the positions of the different monogeneans in phylogenetic trees do not correspond with the hypothesized evolutionary history of the\ud morphological characteristics of the different dactylogyridean groups in particular the 2-\ud and 4-anchor monogeneans.\ud The host relationships based on Cytochrome b and monogenean relationships based Author: Wooi Boon Tan.
Peculiarities of the monogeneans collection and preparation of their total slides are considered. Full drying of worms on the glass before their placing into glycerin-gelatin is recommended in order to obtain perfect slides of dactylogyrideans. Haptor of gyrodactylids is recommended to be excised for the best disposition of marginal hooks on the by: 2.
morphological characteristics of the different dactylogyridean groups in particular the 2- and 4-anchor monogeneans. The host relationships based on Cytochrome b and monogenean relationships based on 28S rDNA support the well established.
InternationalJournal for Parasitology Vol. 21, No. 7, pp.+&/91 $ Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press plc Australian Society for Parasitology CLADISTIC STUDY IN THE MONOGENEA (PLATYHELMINTHES),BASED UPON A PARSIMONY ANALYSIS OF SPERMIOGENETIC AND SPERMATOZOAL.
Monogeneans are a group of ectoparasitic flatworms commonly found on the skin, gills, or fins of have a direct lifecycle and do not require an intermediate Studies on dactylogyridean monogeneans.
book. Adults are hermaphrodites, meaning they have both male and female reproductive structures. Monogeneans have a series of hooks which are used to attach onto fish, and as a result, Kingdom: Animalia.
The class Monogenoidea is a fairly large group of parasitic flatworms belonging to the phylum Platyhelminthes. Monogeneans are generally found on bony fishes in freshwater and marine habitats.
Although some are endoparasites in the urinary bladder and eyes, most monogeneans are ectoparasites that attach to their host’s skin or gills by a special posteriorly positioned.
The study area is located in gas pipeline Coari-Manaus construction zone, near the municipality of Manacapuru-Am. The relationship between condition factor and hepatossomatic index with parasite occurrence and the viability of use the parasitic Studies on dactylogyridean monogeneans. book as an environmental bio-indicator were verified.
The following dactylogyridean monogeneans Author: José Francalino Vital. The African freshwater fish of Cichlidae are parasitized by five genera of monogeneans belonging to Dactylogyridea.
Ectoparasitic Scutogyrus, Onchobdella, and the highly diversified Cichlidogyrus represent three genera located on the gills, while the endoparasitic Enterogyrus and Urogyrus are located in the stomach and the urinary bladder, by: these haptoral structures in dactylogyridean monogeneans have been extensively studied in various ecological and evo-lutionary contexts because of their influence on the host specificity, parasite specialization and reproductive isolation among congeners through niche ecology [12, 20 –22].
Haptoral structures and MCO in Cichlidogyrus spp. Phylogenetic framework for the closely related Ancylodiscoidinae and Ancyrocephalinae subfamilies remains contentious. As this issue was never studied using a large molecular marker, we sequenced the first two Ancylodiscoidinae mitogenomes: Thaparocleidus asoti and Thaparocleidus varicus.
Both mitogenomes had two non-coding regions (NCRs) that Author: Dong Zhang, Hong Zou, Ivan Jakovlić, Shan G. Wu, Ming Li, Jin Zhang, Rong Chen, Wen X. Li, Gui T. The organism of interest: Monogenea Carus, Prior to exploring methods to be used in constructing a generic 3D model which can be deformed into different shapes, we would like to briefly describe the subject of this study, the monogeneans, and the rationale for developing deformable 3D models for the various hard parts of the by: 3.
The monogeneans of other African freshwater fish families have recently also become the subject of molecular phylogenetic research, including those infecting catfishes (Francová etal.
) and cyprinids (Šimková etal. The above-mentioned work on the evolution of African monogeneans deals mainly with representatives of the Dactylogyridea.
Morphologies and morphometries as diagnostic characters are shown statistically to be able to differentiate between species and intraspecific variants.
Intraspecific variants or morphovariants exist in nature but the variations they possessed are not enough to consider them as species (differentiation index values for morphovariants is 50% less than the values for species).
Three species of Volsellituba n. and two species of Pennulituba n. are described from the gills of the yellowfin goatfish Mulloidichthys vanicolensis (Valenciennes) off New Caledonia (South Pacific). Volsellituba and Pennulituba resemble dactylogyrid genera whose species lack eye-spots and possess tandem or slightly overlapping gonads, a single prostatic Cited by: Its importance has been reported in other dactylogyridean monogeneans, e.g.
on West African cichl European cyprinids 62 and Asian pangasiids Hence, we propose that the monogenean fauna Cited by: The African freshwater fish of Cichlidae are parasitized by five genera of monogeneans belonging to Dactylogyridea. Ectoparasitic Scutogyrus, Onchobdella, and the highly diversified Cichlidogyrus represent three genera located on the gills, while the endoparasitic Enterogyrus and Urogyrus are located in the stomach and the urinary bladder, respectively.
Representatives of four dactylogyridean. In the Monogenea the principal contributions to phylogeny and evolutionary considerations of spermatological characters were made by Justine (b) and Justine et al.
In these studies, the monopisthocotylean and polyopisthocotylean monogeneans were each defined on the basis of synapomorphies for the spermatozoon. All 73 adult monogeneans collected from ‘G:’ pfefferi specimens were identified as C.
irenae following the original description of Gillardin et al. The prevalence was %, mean infection intensity and mean abundance (calculated using adult monogeneans only).
Although there are slight differences visible, mainly in the dorsal. Background. Lake Tana is the largest lake in Ethiopia and the source of the Blue Nile. The lake harbours unique endemic cyprinid fish species, as well as the commercially important endemic Nile tilapia subspecies Oreochromis niloticus tana and the North African catfish Clarias endemicity, especially within the Labeobarbus radiation, its conservation Cited by: 4.
Monogeneans normally have cephalopods (octopus and squid), fish, amphibians, reptiles and cetaceans (whales) as their primary hosts and some smaller animal that the primary host eats as their intermediate host.
An interesting Monogenean is the small Gyrodactylus elegans. This 1 mm long animal lives in the gills of European Carp, it is. With regard to parasitological studies, and even more so when specifically referring to monogeneans, Africa is still insufficiently explored and new genera are regularly reported from African freshwater fishes, e.g.
[18, 19]. Relatively widely studied host fish taxa include catfishes (e.g. [20–23] for overviews) and cichlids (e.g.).Cited by: 4. Lim et al. () listed dactylogyridean monogeneans of siluriform fishes of the Old World and have tentatively considered 77 species of Thaparocleidus valid and further questioned the validity of certain Indian species.
Moreover, they also amended the generic diagnosis of genus Thaparocleidus-Body elongate, with four eyespots. Caeca unite. Two species of Thaparocleidus Jain (a) were found harboring W. attu from the Ganga River at two localities, Meerut and Farrukhabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, during the period of Morphology and morphometric study of specimens identified as Thaparocleidus gomtius (Jain, a) Lim, and T.
sudhakari (Gusev, ) Lim, Author: C. Verma. It should be noted that of the 10 monogenean species used in this study, 9 of them including the species for the generic model belong to the dactylogyridean monogeneans (Fig. 8) and only one, the hexabothriid species, belong to the oligochoinean monogenean (Fig.
Infection rate of monogeneans in the gills of three species of the perciform fishes during the present study. Table 3. Infection rate of monogeneans in the gills of three species of the perciform fishes in both sexes during the present study. Table 4. Monthly variation of monogeneans in the gills of three species of the perciform fishes during theAuthor: Suzan A.
Al Azizz, Khalidah S. Al-Niaeem, Hayder A.H. Al Hasson. I'm ashamed to admit that this is the first time I have read this book all the way through (considering I have a Masters in Anthropology with a focus on early hominid stone tools and now work in a Biology Lab for a professor who studies the evolution of the genome).
I actually listened to it at work (Librivox rocks) and it was pretty slow going/5(13). Monogeneans synonyms, Monogeneans pronunciation, Monogeneans translation, English dictionary definition of Monogeneans.
Any of various flatworms of the class Monogenea that typically pass the entire life cycle as an ectoparasite on an individual fish.
mon′oge′nean adj. Seitarō Gotō (–) was a Japanese scientist, known for his works on the Monogenea, a class of parasitic flatworms which are ectoparasites of fishes. He also worked on other invertebrates, such as Coelenterates and nship: Japan. Literature reviews of reports concerning the parasitic fauna of fishes of Al-Diwaniyah province, Iraq till the end of December showed that a total of 43 parasite species are so far known from 13 valid fish species investigated for parasitic infections.
The parasitic fauna included one euglenozoan, two myzozoans, six ciliophorans, three myxozoans, three trematodes, nine monogeneans Author: Furhan Mhaisen, Tegnervägen B, Katrineholm, Sweden, Hadi Al-Mayali, Hiba Al-Abodi. Spatial and temporal variations in abundance of ectoparasites from 7 coral reef" fish species Illernigymnus melapterus (Labridae), Siganus doliatus (Siganidae), Scolopsis bilineatus (Nemipteridae), Thalassoma lunare (Labridae), Scants sordidus (Scaridae), Ctenochaetus striatus (Acanthuridae), and Acanthochromis polyacanthus (Pomacentridae)I at 2 locations, Lizard Cited by: Lake Tanganyika harbours the most diverse cichlid assemblage of the Great African Lakes.
Considering its cichlid flocks consist of approximately endemic species, we can hypothesize a high species-richness in their often quite host-specific monogenean ectoparasites belonging to Cichlidogyrus Paperna, Yet, only 24 species were described Cited by: 2. We developed a deformable generic 3D model of haptoral anchor of dactylogyridean monogeneans that can subsequently be deformed into different desired anchor shapes by using direct manipulation deformation technique.
We used point primitives to construct the rectangular building blocks to develop our deformable 3D model.
Quadriacanthus Paperna, is revised and sis Ha Ky, is redescribed from Clarias batrachus, and Paperna, and dis Paperna, are recorded from inus, both from the River Gomti, is a new geographical record for and nuatus Dubey et al., is considered a junior subjective Cited by: 4.
Tilapia is one of the commercially important fish in Malaysia as well as in other parts of the world. An understanding of monogenean infection dynamics in tilapia fish may assist us in searching for some intervention measures in reducing the loss of fish caused by parasitic diseases.
The present study aimed (1) to compare infection level of monogeneans between Cited by: 6. Lake Tana is the largest lake in Ethiopia and the source of the Blue Nile.
The lake harbours unique endemic cyprinid fish species, as well as the commercially important endemic Nile tilapia subspecies Oreochromis niloticus tana and the North African catfish Clarias gariepinus.
Its endemicity, especially within the Labeobarbus radiation, its conservation Cited by: 4. Aquaculture has grown rapidly for food production around the world. However, outbreaks of infectious diseases have also increased in aquaculture, causing serious economic losses.
For many years, fish farmers have applied conventional treatments such as anti‐parasitics and chemical treatments to control fish parasites. However, previous studies have revealed an Cited by: 2.Thanks to high species diversity and a broad range of speciation mechanisms, cichlid fishes represent a textbook model in evolutionary biology.
They are also of substantial economic value. Despite this importance, cichlid parasites remain understudied, although some are more diverse than their hosts. They may offer important insights into cichlid evolution and the evolution of Cited by: This study describes the parasite community of the elongate tigerfish Hydrocynus forskahlii (Cuvier, ) and the redbelly tilapia Tilapia zillii (Gervais, ).
A total of 87 individuals (43 H. forskahlii and 44 T. zillii) were dissected and examined for parasites.