Sulfonamide sensitivity of Brine shrimp, Artemia salina, Nauplii
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Sulfonamide sensitivity of Brine shrimp, Artemia salina, Nauplii an approach to anion transport mechanism by Lavon L. Bartel

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Shrimps.

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Statementby Lavon Lee Bartel.
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Pagination[9], 71 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages71
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Open LibraryOL14229755M

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Brine shrimp, (genus Artemia), any of several small crustaceans of the order Anostraca (class Branchiopoda) inhabiting brine pools and other highly saline inland waters throughout the world. Artemia salina, the species that occurs in vast numbers in Great Salt Lake, Utah, is of commercial brine shrimp hatched there from dried eggs are used widely as food for fish and .   Nowadays, brine shrimp lethality assays are extensively used in research and applied toxicology. There is a tendency to use an Artemia salina assay in toxicological tests that screen a large number of extracts for drug discovery in medicinal plants [].Cited by: Abstract. Concentrations resulting in 50% mortality, determined with brine shrimp (Artemia salina L.) larvae exposed to known mycotoxins for 16 hr, were (μg/ml): aflatoxin G 1, ; diacetoxyscirpenol, ; gliotoxin, ; ochratoxin A, ; and sterigmatocystin, 4-Acetamidohydroxybutenoic acid γ-lactone gave no mortality at 10 μg/ml. Used as a screening system involving discs Cited by: Other articles where Artemia salina is discussed: brine shrimp: Artemia salina, the species that occurs in vast numbers in Great Salt Lake, Utah, is of commercial importance. Young brine shrimp hatched there from dried eggs are used widely as food for fish and other small animals in aquariums. Measuring up to .

Browne RA, Competition experiments between parthenogenetic and sexual strains of the brine shrimp, Artemia salina. Ecology, 61(3) Browne RA, Davis LE, Sallee SE, Effects of temperature and relative fitness of sexual and asexual brine shrimp Artemia. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Artemia nauplii can be produced easily from these cysts. The use of Artemia nauplii as live food for the rearing of fish and crustacean larval stages, has been one of the most important steps in the development of marine aquaculture. The freshly hatched nauplii of the brine shrimp Artemia salina represents an excellent prey for marine fish larvae. by Artemia salina lethality test according to the procedure described by Meyer et al. (). Encysted eggs of the brine shrimp Artemia salina Leach were incubated in artificial seawater and exposed to a W lamp, pH After 48 h, the nauplii (10 units) were added to . 1. Scanning electron microscopy was used to characterize the external morphology of setae found on the antennules of adults and nauplii of the brine shrimp, Artemia salina (L.). The permeability of the antennular setae was studied by means of Slifer's crystal violet method Each antennule of an adult brine shrimp possessed a terminal cluster of sensory by:

The Fusarium mycotoxins fumonisin B 1 (FB 1) (1) and B 2 (FB 2) (2), their hydrolysed analogues HFB 1 (3) and HFB 2 (4) and the recently discovered fumonisin derivatives N-palmitoyl-HFB 1 (5) and N-carboxymethyl-FB 1 (6) were compared for their toxicity in a short term bioassay using brine shrimp (Artemia salina).The brine shrimp were hatched in artificial sea water and exposed to the Cited by: 1. Introduction. The use of the rotifer (Brachionus plicatilis) and particularly brine shrimp (Artemia salina) as live feeds is widespread in marine fish hatcheries all over the world, because of their nutritional a nauplii are also considered a possible vector for the introduction of pathogens into the rearing system (Sorgeloos et al., ).Cited by: comparative study of geographical strains of artemia salina (c. claus, f. benijts). Although brine shrimp populations are found all over the world, cysts are only. Hence, our aim was to investigate the ecotoxicity of CuPT, HPT as well as Cu(2+) to the brine shrimp Artemia salina in natural seawater and organic matter-free artificial seawater.