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Sample records for gymnogongrus torulosus phyllophoraceae

  1. Carrageenan and agaran structures from the red seaweed Gymnogongrus tenuis.

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    Perez Recalde, Mercedes; Canelón, Dilsia J; Compagnone, Reinaldo S; Matulewicz, María C; Cerezo, Alberto S; Ciancia, Marina

    2016-01-20

    The galactan system biosynthesized by the red seaweed Gymnogongrus tenuis (Phyllophoraceae) is constituted by major amounts of κ/ι-carrageenans, with predominance of ι-structures, which were isolated by extraction with hot water in high yield (∼ 45%). A small amount of non-cyclized carrageenans mostly of the ν-type was also obtained. Besides, 12% of these galactans are agaran structures, which were present in major quantities in the room temperature water extracts, but they were also found in the hot water extract. They are constituted by 3-linked β-D-galactose units partially substituted on C-6 with sulfate or single stubs of β-D-xylose and 4-linked residues that comprise α-L-galactose units partially sulfated or methoxylated on C-3 or sulfated on C-3 and C-6 and 3,6-anhydro-α-L-galactose. Related structural patterns were previously found for agarans synthesized by other carrageenophytes. Results presented here show that these agarans are low molecular weight molecules independent of the carrageenan structures, with strong interactions between them. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  2. Analyse de la croissance chez Gymnogongrus patens (j

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    Analyse des pigments de la rhodophycée Gymnogongrus patens (J. Agardh) de la côte atlantique ... Les pigments du carraghénophyte, Gymnogongrus patens ont été analysés sur des échantillons d'algues récoltées ... non encore exploitées et méritent d'être valorisées afin d'augmenter la production et de développer.

  3. Analyse de la croissance de Gymnogongrus patens Agardh de la ...

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    Rhodophyta,. Phyllophoraceae) a été analysée sur des échantillons d'algues récoltés mensuellement pendant un cycle annuel, d'avril 2002 à mars 2003, sur la plage de Méhdia (Nord ouest de la côte atlantique marocaine). L'analyse des paramètres ...

  4. Analyse de la croissance chez Gymnogongrus patens (j

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    Botanica Marina. 22 (1979) 521-527. [50] - F. EL OMARI, A. MOURADI, D. LAAMRI, D. LAMRIOUI, M. HADJI, T. GIVERNAUD. Croissance et capacité reproductive de Gymnogongrus patens (J. Agardh) (Rhodophyceae, Gigartinale) de la côte atlantique marocaine. Afrique Science 09 (1) 102-119. [51] - A.C. NEISH, P.EF.

  5. Analyse de la croissance de Gymnogongrus patens Agardh de la ...

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    Rhodophyta, Phyllophoraceae) a été analysée sur des échantillons d'algues récoltés mensuellement pendant un cycle annuel, d'avril 2002 à mars 2003, sur la plage de Méhdia (Nord ouest de la côte atlantique marocaine). L'analyse des paramètres de ...

  6. Ulcerative and granulomatous enteritis associated with Molineus torulosus parasitism in neotropical primates

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    Max Bruno Magno Bacalhao

    Full Text Available ABSTRACT: This paper reports eleven cases of ulcerative and granulomatous enteritis associated with Molineus torulosus parasitism in different species of neotropical primates of the Sapajus genus. All of the affected monkeys had been apprehended by the environmental police and were being treated in a rehabilitation center for wild animals. The clinical history was weight loss and debility. During the necropsy, several nodules were found on the duodenum and proximal jejunum wall, with ulcers on the adjacent intestinal mucosa, including the nodules in the pancreas of four monkeys. Histologically, eosinophilic granulomas were observed in the small intestine, associated with fibrosis, eggs and adult models of Trichostrongylidae, etiology consistent with Molineus torulosus. This study describes the first cases of parasitism in Sapajus flavius, a species previously considered extinct, but recently rediscovered, and presents the occurrence of M. torulosus in two other species, Sapajus libidinosus and Sapajus apella.

  7. The Occurrence of Phellinus torulosus in Apulia and Basilicata (Southern Italy : IDentification of Isolates by Morphologic, Microscopic, and Molecular Means

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    G. Campanile

    2004-08-01

    Full Text Available Basidiomes of Phellinus torulosus were found in 9 oak woods in Apulia and Basilicata (Southern Italy; from these basidiomes 138 isolates of P. torulosus were obtained and identified by their morphologic, microscopic, and molecular characteristics. Based on the type of aerial mycelium (fluffy, cottony or powdery and its growth, 9 morphotypes were identified. The morphology of the cultures was not correlated with the microscopic character of the 9 morphotypes. Molecular analysis, such as intergenic transcribed spacers-restriction fragment length polymorphism (ITS-RFLP and sequencing of the ITS region, confirmed the results obtained with microscopy analysis.

  8. Variation saisonnière de la composition chimique de ...

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    The chimical composition of Gymnogongrus patens J. Agardh (Rhodophyta, Phyllophoracea) has been analyzed on samples collected monthly on a one year cycle from April 2002 to March 2003 on Méhdia beach (North west Atlantic caost of Morocco). The analysis of chemical composition of thallus shows that the content ...

  9. Relation between chemical composition of Grateloupia doryphora (Montagne Howe, Gymnogongrus griffithsiae (Turner Martius, and abiotic parameters Relação entre composição química de Grateloupia doryphora (Montagne Howe, Gymnogongrus griffithsiae (Turner Martius e parâmetros abióticos

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    Paulo Nelo Medeiros Perfeto

    1998-04-01

    Full Text Available In Grateloupia doryphora and Gymnogongrus griffithsiae the seasonal variation of their chemical compounds was studied, establishing a relation with the physical and chemical properties of seawater. High values of proteins in the studied species were detected during the winter, 28.88% in G. doryphora and 26.68% in G. griffithsiae, corresponding to the maximum period of ammonium concentration in the marine environment. The variation in carbohydrates content showed an inverse relation with the proteins, with a maximum of 54.72% in G. doryphora and of 55.36% in G. griffithsiae, both in summer, positively correlated with salinity and temperature of sea water. Lipids content was low in both species. In G. doryphora the values ranged between 0.81 and 1.30% and, in G. griffithsiae, from 0.71 to 1.50% of dry weight, showing a direct relation with the amount of nitrogen in the seawater. The maximum content of ashes, phosphorus and potassium occurred in autumn and winter, respectively, with 11.85%, 0.20%, 1.27% in G. doryphora, and 14.46%, 0.14%, 1.41% in G. griffithsiae.Foi estudado em Grateloupia doryphora e Gymnogongrus griffithsiae a variação sazonal de seus compostos químicos, estabelecendo uma relação com os parâmetros físico-químicos da água do mar. Durante o inverno foram detectados valores altos de proteína nas espécies estudadas, com 28,88 % em G. doryphora e 26,68 % em G. griffithsiae, correspondendo ao período de concentração máxima de amônio no ambiente marinho. A variação no conteúdo de carboidratos apresentou relação inversa à de proteínas. Os valores máximos de 54,72 % em G. doryphora e de 55,36 % em G. griffithsiae, ocorreram no verão, correlacionados positivamente com salinidade e temperatura da água do mar. Os conteúdos de lipídeos foram baixos em ambas as espécies. Em G. doryphora os valores variaram entre 0,81 e 1,30 % e em G. griffithsiae, de 0,71 a 1,50 % do peso seco, mostrando relação direta com a

  10. Spermiogenesis in the proteocephalidean cestode Proteocephalus torulosus (Batsch, 1786)

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    Bruňanská, Magdaléna; Nebesářová, Jana; Scholz, Tomáš

    2003-01-01

    Roč. 90, č. 4 (2003), s. 318-324 ISSN 0932-0113 R&D Projects: GA ČR GA524/01/1314; GA ČR GA206/03/1317 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z6022909 Keywords : cestoda * spermiogenesis * ultrastructure Subject RIV: GJ - Animal Vermins ; Diseases, Veterinary Medicine Impact factor: 1.000, year: 2003

  11. Analyse de la croissance de Gymnogongrus patens Agardh de la ...

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    zone littorale inférieure. Cette algue est présente en Atlantique Nord, sur tout le littoral marocain [29,30]. Les prélèvements ont été effectués à marée basse. 2-1. Détermination de l'espèce G. ..... Pondevida and Hurtado-Ponce [56] ont montré que la biomasse de Gracilaria changii, G. manilaensis et G. bailinae, récoltés à ...

  12. Ultrastructure of the spermatozoon of the proteocephalidean cestode Proteocephalus torulosus (Batsch, 1786)

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    Bruňanská, Magdaléna; Nebesářová, Jana; Scholz, Tomáš

    2003-01-01

    Roč. 89, č. 5 (2003), s. 345-351 ISSN 0932-0113 R&D Projects: GA ČR GA524/01/1314 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z6022909 Keywords : cestoda * spermatozoon * ultrastructure Subject RIV: GJ - Animal Vermins ; Diseases, Veterinary Medicine Impact factor: 1.000, year: 2003

  13. 102 Croissance et capacité réproductive de Gymnogongrus patens ...

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    De nombreuses études ont montré que la croissance, la reproduction et le développement des algues sont liés principalement à des ..... Mars : L'algue est de consistance lisse, de couleur rouge foncé, la base du thalle est peu ramifie. Les ..... “Algunos datos de intrés en la recoleccion de Gelidium sesquipedale”. Publ. Tec.

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    Analyse de la croissance et des variations morphologiques saisonnières de Gelidium sesquipedale (Turner) Thuret (Rhodophyceae, Gélidiales) de la côte atlantique marocaine. Abstract PDF · Vol 10, No 3 (2014) - Articles Analyse des pigments de la rhodophycée Gymnogongrus patens (J. Agardh) de la côte atlantique ...

  15. Biochemical studies on antibiotic production from Streptomyces sp.: Taxonomy, fermentation, isolation and biological properties

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    Houssam M. Atta

    2015-01-01

    Tunicamycin is a nucleotide antibiotic which was isolated from the fermentation broth of a Streptomyces strain No. T-4. According to the morphological, cultural, physiological and biochemical characteristics, and 16S rDNA sequence analysis, strain T-4 was identified as Streptomyces torulosus. It is active in vitro against some microbial pathogenic viz: Staphylococcus aureus, NCTC 7447; Micrococcus lutea, ATCC 9341; Bacillus subtilis, NCTC 10400; B. pumilus, NCTC; Klebsiella pneumonia, NCIMB 9...

  16. Aspectos ecologicos de las algas marinas de la provincia de Concepcion, Chile

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    Krisler Alveal

    1980-12-01

    Full Text Available Studies carried out in various localities of the Province of Concepción, Chile (36º40'S; 70º06'W estabilished the existence of two principal patterns of zonation defined by the populations of Mastocarpus sp. (¿ ?, Tridaea laminarioides, Gelidium pussilum, Ulva lactuca and Perumytilus purpuratus which occupy the lower hydrolittoral. In submerged levels the populations of Gracilaria and Macrocystis. form growths of moderate dimensions and in shallow waters, Iridaea ciliata, Gymnogongrus furcellatus and Gigartina chamissoii in scatterd patches.

  17. Biochemical studies on antibiotic production from Streptomyces sp.: Taxonomy, fermentation, isolation and biological properties

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    Houssam M. Atta

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Tunicamycin is a nucleotide antibiotic which was isolated from the fermentation broth of a Streptomyces strain No. T-4. According to the morphological, cultural, physiological and biochemical characteristics, and 16S rDNA sequence analysis, strain T-4 was identified as Streptomyces torulosus. It is active in vitro against some microbial pathogenic viz: Staphylococcus aureus, NCTC 7447; Micrococcus lutea, ATCC 9341; Bacillus subtilis, NCTC 10400; B. pumilus, NCTC; Klebsiella pneumonia, NCIMB 9111; Escherichia coli, NCTC 10416; Pseudomonas aeruginosa, ATCC 10145; Saccharomyces cerevisiae ATCC 9763; Candida albicans, IMRU 3669; Aspergillus flavus, IMI 111023; Aspergillus niger IMI 31276; Aspergillus fumigatus ATCC 16424; Fusarium oxysporum; Rhizoctonia solani; Alternaria alternata; Botrytis fabae and Penicillium chrysogenium. The production media were optimized for maximum yield of secondary metabolites. The metabolites were extracted using n-butanol (1:1, v/v at pH 7.0. The chemical structural analysis with UV, IR, and MS spectral analyses confirmed that the compound produced by Streptomyces torulosus, T-4 is tunicamycin antibiotic.

  18. Ecologia populacional dos Amphipoda (Crustacea dos fitais de Caiobá, Matinhos, Paraná, Brasil Population ecolocy of Amphipoda (Crustacea from the phytals of Caiobá, Matinhos, Paraná, Brazil

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    Janete Dubiaski-Silva

    1995-01-01

    Full Text Available Spalial and temporal density distributions of Amphipoda from the phytals of Caiobá are described. Air temperature oscillated from 16ºC (August and May to 23ºC (March, surface water temperature from 17ºC (August to 25ºC (March and the salinity from 29.3‰ (May to 32.8‰ (August. Two samples of 25cm² (for algae less than 5cm long, 100 cm² (for algae between 5-10cm long and whole plants (for algae more than 10cm long were removed with a spatula from the rocky surface at Caiobá Beach, in August/86, November/86, March/87 and May/87. After sorting, the algal substrata were weighted, their adsorption coefficient calculated and the sediment retained among the thallii weighted. The average distance between the branching was measured for all branched algae. The densities were calculated in relation to the weight of the algal substrate in grams. Eight phytals were considered: Ulva fasciata Delile, Padina gymnospora (Kútzing Vickers, Sargassum cymosum Garth, Porphyra atropurpurea (Olivi De Toni, Gelidium sp., Gymnogongrus griffithsiae (Turner Martius, Pterocladia capillacea (Gmelin Bornet &Thurel and Pterosiphonia pennata (Roth Falkenberg, over which nine Amphipoda species live: Ampithoe ramondi Audouin, 1816, Cymadusa filosa Savigny, 1852, Elasmopus pectenicrus Bate, 1857, Hyale media Dana, 1857, Hyale sp.l, Jassa falcata Montagu, 1895 and Sunampithoe pelagica H. Milne-Edwards, 1830 (Gammaridea. Caprella danilevskii Czerniavski, 1861 and Caprella penantis Leach, 1814 (Caprellidea. Amphipoda densities ranged from 0.27 ind.g-1 to 45.68. ind.g-1. The broad-thallii algae Porphyra, Ulva and Padina harbored lower densities of Amphipoda, whereas those finely branched Pterocladia, Pterosiphonia and Gymnogongrus, the highest values and the less branched Sargassum and Gelidium, intermediate values. The high densities found in the finely branched algae had as main contribution the juvenile recruiting of most Amphipoda. The tide level might have influenced

  19. Population studies and carrageenan properties in eight Gigartinales (Rhodophyta) from Western Coast of Portugal.

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    Pereira, Leonel

    2013-01-01

    Eight carrageenophytes, representing seven genera and three families of Gigartinales (Florideophyceae), were studied for 15 months. The reproductive status, dry weight, and carrageenan content have been followed by a monthly random sampling. The highest carrageenan yields were found in Chondracanthus acicularis (61.1%), Gigartina pistillata (59.7%), and Chondracanthus teedei var. lusitanicus (58.0%). Species of Cystocloniaceae family produces predominantly iota-carrageenans; Gigartinaceae family produces hybrid kappa-iota carrageenans (gametophytic plants) and lambda-family carrageenans (sporophytic plants); Phyllophoraceae family produces kappa-iota-hybrid carrageenans. Quadrate destructive sampling method was used to determine the biomass and line transect. Quadrate nondestructive sampling method, applied along a perpendicular transect to the shoreline, was used to calculate the carrageenophytes cover in two periods: autumn/winter and spring/summer. The highest cover and biomass were found in Chondrus crispus (3.75%-570 g/m(2)), Chondracanthus acicularis (3.45%-99 g/m(2)), Chondracanthus teedei var. lusitanicus (2.45%-207.5 g/m(2)), and Mastocarpus stellatus (2.02%-520 g/m(2)).

  20. Population Studies and Carrageenan Properties in Eight Gigartinales (Rhodophyta from Western Coast of Portugal

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    Leonel Pereira

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Eight carrageenophytes, representing seven genera and three families of Gigartinales (Florideophyceae, were studied for 15 months. The reproductive status, dry weight, and carrageenan content have been followed by a monthly random sampling. The highest carrageenan yields were found in Chondracanthus acicularis (61.1%, Gigartina pistillata (59.7%, and Chondracanthus teedei var. lusitanicus (58.0%. Species of Cystocloniaceae family produces predominantly iota-carrageenans; Gigartinaceae family produces hybrid kappa-iota carrageenans (gametophytic plants and lambda-family carrageenans (sporophytic plants; Phyllophoraceae family produces kappa-iota-hybrid carrageenans. Quadrate destructive sampling method was used to determine the biomass and line transect. Quadrate nondestructive sampling method, applied along a perpendicular transect to the shoreline, was used to calculate the carrageenophytes cover in two periods: autumn/winter and spring/summer. The highest cover and biomass were found in Chondrus crispus (3.75%–570 g/m2, Chondracanthus acicularis (3.45%–99 g/m2, Chondracanthus teedei var. lusitanicus (2.45%–207.5 g/m2, and Mastocarpus stellatus (2.02%–520 g/m2.

  1. Deteksi Senyawa Antimikrob yang Diisolasi dari Beberapa Lentinus Tropis dengan Metode Bioautografi

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    LISDAR I. SUDIRMAN

    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available The antimicrobial compounds extracted either from culture filtrates or mycelia of several tropical Lentinus species could be detected their existences and locations by bioautographic method. For this purpose, the crude extracts were deposited as spots on silica gel plates and developed in a n-butanol-acetic acid-water mixture (3:1:1. The dry silica gel plates were then seeded with Bacillus subtilis and incubated at 35 °C for one night. On these plates, the extracts were separated into several bioautographic spots or growth inhibition zones. In parallel, the spots were detected by viewing with chemical revelations or under ultraviolet radiations at 254 nm or 366 nm. On silica gel thin-layer chromatograms, the crude extracts of Lentinus were separated into several bioautographic spots; for the filtrate extracts of L. squarrosulus 55A into three spots (Rfs 0.75, 0.50, 0.17, the mycelial extracts of L. sajor-caju LSC8 into two spots (Rfs 0.77, 0.54, the mycelial extract of L. torulosus LU3 into two spots (Rfs 0.77, 0.48, the filtrate extracts of L. cladopus LC6 into one spot (Rf 0.76 but the mycelial extracts of this mushroom separated into two spots (Rfs 0.79, 0.54, the filtrate and mycelial extracts of L. cladopus LC4 into three spots respectively (Rfs 0.75, 0.61, 0.45 for the filtrate extract and Rfs 0.83, 0.73, 0.60 for mycelial extract. By this method, the active compounds were detected directly and it is a usual method for further work on the purification of the target compounds.

  2. Detection of Antimicrobial Compounds Isolated from Several Tropical Lentinus by Bioautographic Method

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    LISDAR I. SUDIRMAN

    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available The antimicrobial compounds extracted either from culture filtrates or mycelia of several tropical Lentinus species could be detected their existences and locations by bioautographic method. For this purpose, the crude extracts were deposited as spots on silica gel plates and developed in a n-butanol-acetic acid-water mixture (3:1:1. The dry silica gel plates were then seeded with Bacillus subtilis and incubated at 35 oC for one night. On these plates, the extracts were separated into several bioautographic spots or growth inhibition zones. In parallel, the spots were detected by viewing with chemical revelations or under ultraviolet radiations at 254 nm or 366 nm. On silica gel thin-layer chromatograms, the crude extracts of Lentinus were separated into several bioautographic spots; for the filtrate extracts of L. squarrosulus 55A into three spots (Rfs 0.75, 0.50, 0.17, the mycelial extracts of L. sajor-caju LSC8 into two spots (Rfs 0.77, 0.54, the mycelial extract of L. torulosus LU3 into two spots (Rfs 0.77, 0.48, the filtrate extracts of L. cladopus LC6 into one spot (Rf 0.76 but the mycelial extracts of this mushroom separated into two spots (Rfs 0.79, 0.54, the filtrate and mycelial extracts of L. cladopus LC4 into three spots respectively (Rfs 0.75, 0.61, 0.45 for the filtrate extract and Rfs 0.83, 0.73, 0.60 for mycelial extract. By this method, the active compounds were detected directly and it is a usual method for further work on the purification of the target compounds.