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THE EFFECT OF MERCURY ON SOME ASPECTS OF LIFE FOR TWO DIETARY LEVELS THE ALGAE CHLORELLA VULGARIS AND CRUSTACEAN ANIMAL SIMOCEPHALUS VETULUS Wessal Mohammed Abdelmunem Department of Biology, College of Science, University of Baghdad. Baghdad–Iraq. Abstract The present study included the effect concentrations of mercury element . Simocephalus sp. Figure 1. Notice the long second antenna on the ventral side, these appendages are used to move Simocephalus through the water. Also notice the digestive track, located on the dorsal side, which is darkly pigmented due to the presence of food. Figure 2 Simocephalus vetulus in dark field. The heart is visible in this photo as.
Khan R () The effects of food on growth, life span and reproduction of a cladoceran zooplankter, Ceriodaphnia cornuta (Sars). Bull. Zool. Surv. India. 5: Kira T () Data book of world lake environments. A survey of state of world lakes. 2. Africa and Europe. Kira T (Ed). Otsushigyo Photo Printing. Otsu, Japon. pp. Cladocera use their thoracic filter limbs, animated by rhythmic and persistent movements, for food collecting and gas exchanges. Several researches have been performed on Daphnia magna in natural environments and in laboratory to identify the adaptations developed toward a decrease or a lack in oxygen. However, no experiment was performed on cladocerans living exclusively in littoral areas.
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vol. xxx vii. august, i no. 2 biological bulletin studies in the life cycle of simocephalus vetulus. wyman reed green, hull zoological laboratory. STUDIES INTHELIFECYCLEOFSIMOCEPHALUS VETULUS. WYMAN REED GREEN, HULLZOoLOGICALLABORATORY. CONTENTS. PAGE. uction tureReview 5' III.
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Mode of access: Internet. Zoological Studies 51(2): There is some controversy regarding the traditional taxonomy of the Simocephalus sensu stricto species group. We conducted molecular and morphometric analyses to differentiate the 3 species from this group found in Taiwan: S.
vetulus (O.F. Müller, ), S. vetuloides Sars,and S. mixtus Sars, Simocephalus vetulus has a comparatively small head, noticeably delimited from the carapace by a depression on its dorsal side.
Maximum height of the carapace is situated posterior to the middle. The most distinguishing character for S. vetulus in which it differs from respectively S. expinosus and S. serrulatus, is the peculiar elongated shape of the eyespot. Spatial and temporal distribution pattern of Simocephalus vetulus and Daphnia obtusa at each study site during the study period (March to February ; three years).
Panels (a), (c), (e) show changes in S. vetulus distribution in the surface and bottom of Mokpo, Gahang, and Palak wetlands. For S. vetulus cladoceran specie, it is necessary to make cultures using mixed diets with Diatoms and Chlorophytes microalgae to obtain better density results in laboratory conditions.
Keywords: Simocephalus vetulus, chlorophytes, diatoms, population density, life table 1. Introduction. studies in the life cycle of simocephalus vetulus Vol Page 49 THE EFFECT OF ADRENIN UPON THE RATE OF LOCOMOTION OF PLANARIA AND OF TOAD LARVAe.
A 48 hour LC 50 value of mg/l (nominal concentration) has been determined for the effects of the test substance on mortality of Simocephalus vetulus (Family Daphnidae) (Dow Corning, ). In view of the test media preparation method and exposure regime it is likely that the test organisms were exposed primarily to the hydrolysis products of the substance.
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new replacement name for Simocephalus Schödler, ; Simodaphnia Angel & Chevey, new replacement name for Simocephalus Schödler, ; References.
Angel, F.; Chevey, P. Synonymie entre un Ophidien et un Cladocere et creation du genre Simodaphnia. Bulletin de la Société zoologique de France, 44– Hann, B.J. Book. The various events in the life cycle and their significance have been compared with those of related species. The rate of egg production, expressed on a cumulative basis was found to be higher (a = ) than that of Simocephalus acutirostratus King, Moina micrura Kurz and Ceriodaphnia cornuta Sars and lower than that of Daphnia carinata King.
Simocephalus vetulus is a large (– mm at maturity) cladoceran often found in the littoral region of lakes and ponds, and capable of moderate growth rates even on poor-quality. This study intended to assess the suitability of five freshwater cladocerans from Mexico for in situ experiments.
Juveniles of Ceriodaphnia cornuta, Macrothrix triserialis group, Simocephalus vetulus, Diaphanosoma birgei, and Pseudosida cf. ramosa, from two populations, were used to perform seven day laboratory and in situ experiments. In another study involving the large-bodied cladoceran Simocephalus vetulus, we observed an increased thermal tolerance (Van Doorslaer et al.
In each of these studies, a rapid genetic. The large-bodied Daphnia pulex outcompeted the medium-bodied Simocephalus vetulus when fed a and in the competition between S. vetulus and B. longirostris. Life table and predation experiments showed that the order of The cultures were grown at 25°C under fluorescent lights at 50 μmol m −2 s −1 on a h light:dark cycle.
Simocephalus vetulus was reared at five different densities, 1, 20, 40, 60 and 80 ind. (20 ml)-1, to examine the effects of population density on growth and reproduction under a sufficient food supply using a flow-through technique. The carapace length of S. vetulus older than six-days, and the cumulative number of neonates produced decreased with increasing population density over 40 ind.
( Benthic stages of the annual life cycle of the meroplanktonic cyanobacterium Microcystis spp. in relation to microcystin (MCYST) dynamics in sediments of a shallow lake (Quitzdorf Reservoir, Germany) were investigated.
Based on changes in the absolute abundance of benthic Microcystis, the annual life cycle was subdivided into four phenological stages: reinvasion, pelagic growth.
After three months, both Daphnia pulex and Simocephalus vetulus developed a higher tolerance to Microcystis aeruginosa (30% increase). Most individuals of both grazer species mature and produce offspring on day 5 in our system (25 °C and μg C L −1) Thus, grazer populations are expected to develop approximately 18 generations under.