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Freeliving marine nematodes from the Indian Ocean.
Richard M. Warwick
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Muthumbi, A.W., Vanreusel, A. and Vincx, M. () Taxon-related diversity patterns from the continental shelf to the slope: a case study on nematodes from the Western Indian Ocean. Marine Ecol 1 . Book Description. The Biology of Nematodes synthesizes knowledge of the biology of free-living, plant-parasitic, and animal-parasitic nematodes. Contributed works by recognized researchers apply groundbreaking molecular techniques, many of which resulted from work on Caenorhabditis elegans, toward new approaches to the study of nematode worms.
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Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Science Vol. 45(2), February pp. New distributional records of free-living marine nematodes from Indian waters II. Monhysterids K.G.M.T. Ansari*, P.S. Lyla & S. Ajmal Khan Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology, Faculty of Marine Sciences. Nematodes are unsegmented roundworms that are in virtually every nook and cranny of the planet, including marine environments worldwide. The free-living genus, Thoracostoma, is abundant in the Arctic Ocean, living among weeds, kelp holdfasts, and sponges.
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Publication date Topics Nematoda Collection citebank Language English Volume vol Addeddate. Thirteen species of freeliving marine nematodes collected by the Royal Society's expedition to the South-east Arabian upwelling region of the Indian Ocean are described.
Twelve of these species are new, all being referable to existing by: We present an updated taxonomic list of free-living nematode community from Indian coasts and Andaman & Nicobar Islands based on available published literatures.
The Indian coast. Thirteen species of freeliving marine nematodes collected by the Royal Society's expedition to the South-east Arabian upwelling region of the Indian Ocean are described. Twelve of these species are new, all being referable to existing : R.M.
Warwick. Abstract. Relationships within the freeliving marine nematode family Comesomatidae and the systematic position of the Comesomatidae are discussed.
Composite pi. We present an updated taxonomic list of free-living nematode community from Indian coasts and Andaman & Nicobar Islands based on available published literatures. The Indian coast was divided into six basic habitats.
The faunal list presents nematode species, genus, 44 families and 9 orders. Information on the distribution of free-living marine nematodes in the Indian Ocean is fragmentary and often dated.
Knowledge for the Maldives was limited to the species collected during the Xarifa-Expedition / and reported by Gerlach in the (, a, b, ). Although the African continent shows a great heterogeneity of habitats, biogeographic sectors (e.g., Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Red Sea), and climatic conditions (see north-south and east-west transects), current information on the distribution of marine nematodes is still limited and, in major cases, represented by.
Gingold, R., Ibarra-Obando, S.E. and Rocha-Olivares, A. () Spatial aggregation patterns of free-living marine nematodes in contrasting sandy beach micro-habitats.
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United King – Free-living species. Different free-living species feed on materials as varied as algae, fungi, small animals, fecal matter, dead organisms, and living tissues.
Free-living marine nematodes are important and abundant members of the meiobenthos. They play an important role in the decomposition process, aid in recycling of nutrients in marine. Comprehensive works on taxonomy or ecology of free-living marine nematodes from the Indian subcontinent are less as compared to other areas of the world.
The marine biotopes around the British Isles already harbor 41 nematode families with species. In particular, limited information on the composition of the free-living marine nematodes is available from the Indian Ocean and Maldivian Archipelago. This study aims at providing a checklist of.
Free-living marine nematodes. Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York: Published for The Linnean Society of London and the Estuarine and Brackish-Water Sciences Association by Cambridge University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Howard M Platt; Richard Martyn Warwick.
Free-living marine nematodes of the family Leptosomatidae from Kerguelen Island. Nine species of Leptosomatidae were collected on the south-eastern coast of Kerguelen Island at a depth of 64 m.
All are strictly antarctic species. Lambshead () estimated that there may be as many as 1 × nematode species in the deep sea, but the number of described species of nematodes is only ab, of which species are free-living marine organisms (Gerlach, ; WoRMS, ). In particular, limited information on the composition of the free-living marine nematodes is available from the Indian Ocean and Maldivian Archipelago.
This study aims at providing a checklist of the free-living marine nematodes associated with coral sediments of the Maldives. Forty-six species, in 28 genera and 10 families, are newly recorded.
NEW RECORDS OF FREE-LIVING MARINE NEMATODES FROM INDIA G. CHINNADURAI* AND OLIVIA J. FERNANDO Centre of Advanced Study in Marine Biology, Annamalai University, ParangipettaiTamil Nadu, India. * Email: [email protected] INTRODUCTION Free-living marine nematodes are usually the most abundant metazoans inhabiting marine benthic.
Kapuli Gani Mohamed Thameemul Ansari, Somasundharanair Lyla, Syed Ajmal Khan, Punyasloke Bhadury, Diversity patterns of free‐living marine nematodes in the southwest continental shelf off Bay of Bengal and their link to abiotic variables, Marine Ecology, /maec, 37, 3, (), ().
Nematoda is the phylum of the Kingdom Animalia that includes roundworms. Nematodes can be found in almost any type of environment and include both free-living and parasitic species. Free-living species inhabit marine and freshwater environments, as well as the soils and sediments of all of the various types of land tic roundworms live off of their host and can cause disease in.
The present study describes five new free-living nematode species and provides three new species records of the family Comesomatidae (genera Cervonema Wieser,Dorylaimopsis Ditlevsen,Hopperia Vitiello,and Kenyanema Muthumbi et al., ) from the continental margin of New Zealand, Southwest omous identification keys are provided for all known species of.Indian Journal of Geo Marine Sciences Vol.
47 (11), Novemberpp. Diversity and distribution of the free-living marine nematodes in the mangrove sediments of the Andaman Islands Prasath. D*, Balasubramaniam. J & Jayaraj. K. A. Department of Ocean Studies & Marine Biology, Pondicherry University, Brookshabad Campus.Nematodes are slender, worm-like animals, typically less than millimetres long.
The smallest nematodes are microscopic, while free-living species can reach as much as 5 centimetres and some parasitic species are larger still. The body is often decorated with ridges, rings, warts, bristles or other distinctive structures.