3 edition of shallow-water haplosclerida (porifera, demospongiae) of the north east Atlantic Ocean found in the catalog.
shallow-water haplosclerida (porifera, demospongiae) of the north east Atlantic Ocean
W. H. de Weerdt
|Statement||door Walentina Helena de Weerdt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
Marine micro- and macroorganisms are well known to produce metabolites with high biotechnological potential. Nearly 40 years of systematic prospecting all around the New Caledonia archipelago and several successive research programs have uncovered new chemical leads from benthic and planktonic organisms. After species identification, biological and/or pharmaceutical analyses are performed on. This revision attempts to bring the book taxonomically up to date as of October In addition, errors have been corrected, photos improved, new information incorporated, and several species added. -Replace Order Haplosclerida(?) with Order Dendroceratida sometimes occurs on boulders in shallow water close to shore. p. 19 HYDROIDS.
Phototactic responses of larvae from the marine sponges Neopetrosia proxima and Xestospongia bocatorensis (Haplosclerida: Petrosiidae). Invertebrate Biology, (2), DOI: /jx. R??tzler, Klaus. [Book review] "Shallow-water sponges of the Western Bahamas, by F. Wiedenmayer." The Quarterly review of biology. ??? R??tzler, Klaus. "Report on a freshwater sponge (Porifera: Spongillidae) from the Andaman Islands. Results of the Austrian-Indian Hydrobiological Mission to the Andaman Islands. Part II.".
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Get this from a library. Marine shallow-water Haplosclerida (Porifera) from the south-eastern part of the North Atlantic Ocean. [W H de Weerdt; R W M van Soest]. Muricy G.
and Ribeiro S.M. () Shallow-water Haplosclerida (Porifera, Demospongiae) from Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil (Southwestern Atlantic). Beaufor 83 – Flagellia, a new subgenus of Haliclona (Porifera, Haplosclerida) Haplosclerid sponges possessing a unique asymmetric flagelliform type of sigmoid microsclere have been reported from all global oceans.
This peculiar spicule, characterized by a circular or elliptical shape, with a longer and sharper curved ending at one side and a shorter and Cited by: 3. area, vol.1, Lake Baikal, Book 1.
Nauka, Novosibirsk. (in russ.) Marine shallow-water Haplosclerida (Porifera) from the south-eastern part of the North Atlantic Ocean. Weerdt W.H. de & van Soest R.M.W., Marine shallow-water Haplosclerida (Porifera) from the South-Eastern part of the North Atlantic : R.
Desqueyroux-Faundez. Synopsis The Haplosclerid sponge fauna of Banyuls-sur-mer (Mediterranean) is the subject of this study. Fifteen species were collected among which one is described as new to science, viz. Haliclona griessingeri A review of the Haplosclerid fauna of the Banyuls region is given and comparisons with neighbouring areas are made.
This page was last edited on 13 Decemberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may The coral reefs of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands (ANI) are among the most diverse, but also most threatened reefs in the world.
Accurate baseline studies on the constituent taxa and their environmental conditions will aid in conservation and management of the reefs (Mora et al., ).Study of spatial and seasonal variations in environmental parameters is essential for an understanding of.
Fromont, J. () Reproductive development and timing of tropical sponges (Order Haplosclerida) from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Coral Re – Fromont, J. () Reproduction of some demosponges in a temperate Australian shallow water habitat. It is an almost indisputable fact that the shallow water sponge diversity is subjected to temporal variations taking place in their environments (Burton, ; Sara, ), which will be the major reason in the species variation among the Zones and seasons.
Our study also indicated the seasonal influence over the sponge populations. Shallow-water Niphatidae (Haplosclerina, Haplosclerida, Demospongiae) from the São Sebastião Channel and its environs (tropical southwestern Atlantic).
The Haplosclerida have long been recognised as a highly diverse group and this is clearly demonstrated in this study. Suggestions of the polyphyletic nature of the various taxa within haplosclerids have been appearing in various publications since ,  – , ,  with 18S, partial 28S rRNA genes and mitochondrial data.
Muricy, G. and Ribeiro, S.M. () Shallow-water Haplosclerida (Porifera, Demospongiae) from Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil (Southwestern Atlantic). Beaufor 47 – Muricy, G. and Silva, O.C. () Esponjas marinhas do Estado do Rio de Janeiro: um recurso renovável inexplorado. A comparison of the shallow-water sponges near the Pacific end of the Panama canal with those of the Caribbean end.
Proc. Nat. Mus. 83 (): Laubenfels, M.W. The order Keratosa of the phylum Porifera. Two new Arenosclera are described here on the basis of materials obtained from Amazon reefs inA. amazonensis sp. nov. and A. klausi sp.
nov. Both are clearly distinct from all other Arenosclera by their erect, solid funnel to lamellate habit, larger oxeas, and ectosomal architecture bearing occasional multispicular tracts. An integrative approach to find the best classification for both. a systematic revision of the north eastern atlantic shallow-water haplosclerida (porifera demospongiae) part ii: chalinidae (beaufortia vol.
36, no. 6) Weerdt, Walentina H. Published by Institute of Taxonomic Zoology, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam (). Sixteen species of Haplosclerida and Petrosida are described from the reefs and lagoon of New Caledonia.
Five species are new and two species are reported for the first time from New Caledonia. Nine previously described species were also found in this study and extra characters are reported, or additional locality and habitat records provided.
The new species belong to the Haplosclerida. This book is an outcome of the "Sponge Workshop" held at Sherkin Island Marine Station from th September, The Workshop was organized by Miss Shirley M.
Stone, Dr. Rob van Soest and Dr. Nicole Boury-Esnault, and was attended, in addition, by Miss Elspeth Broadley, Mrs. Patricia Fry, Mr. Gill, Dr. Clifford Jones, Dr. Ines Lombas, Dr. Maurizio Pansini, Mr.
Spurrier, Dr. Ole. Shallow-water Niphatidae (Haplosclerina, Haplosclerida, Demospongiae) from the São-Sebastião Channel and its environs (tropical southwestern Atlantic), with the description of a new species. Contributions to Zoology, 74, The pyridoacridine alkaloids kuanoniamines A and C were isolated together with 24α-methylcholestanol, p-hydroxybenzaldehyde, p-hydroxybenzoic acid, phenylacetic acid and 3-formylindole from the ethyl acetate extract of the marine sponge Oceanapia sagittaria (Sollas), collected from the Gulf of Thailand.
Kuanoniamines A and C were evaluated for their effect on the growth of five human tumour. The endemic marine sponge Arenosclera brasiliensis (Porifera, Demospongiae, Haplosclerida) is a known source of secondary metabolites such as arenosclerins A-C. In the present study, we established the composition of the A.
brasiliensis microbiome and the metabolic pathways associated with this community. We used shotgun pyrosequencing to generate approximately .The relationship of silicate levels to the shallow water distribution of hexactineellids in British Columbia.
Convenient genera or phylogenetic genera? Evidence from Callyspongiidae and Niphatidae (Haplosclerida) Vol Page If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and.DNA Library of Life.