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Settlement of marine bacteria on Patella sp. (Gastropoda: Mollusca) mucus.

Year 2009, Volume 26, Issue 2, 111 - 114, 01.06.2009

Abstract

References

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  • Calow P. 1974. Some observations on locomotory strategies and their metabolic effects in two species of freshwater gastropods. Oceanogia, 16: 149-161.
  • Connor V.M. 1986. The use of mucous trails by intertidal limpets to enhance food resources. Biol. Bull., 171:548-564.
  • Corpe W.A. 1973. Microfouling: the role of primary film forming marine bacteria. In: Proc.3rd Int.Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling. Ed: R. F. Acker, Northwestern Univ. Pres, Evanston.,pp.598-609.
  • Davies M.S., S.J. Hawkins and H.D. Jones 1992. Pedal mucus and its influence on the microbial food supply of two intertidal gastropods, Patella vulgata L. and Littorina littorea L. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 161: 57-77.
  • Esteve C. 1995. Numerical taxonomy of Aeromonadaceae and Vibrionacea associated with reared fish and surrounding fresh and brakish water. Syst. of Appl. Microbiol., 18: 391-402.
  • Farmer III, J. J., J.M. Janda, F.W. Brenner, D.N. Cameron, K. M, Birkhead,. 2005. Genus I. Vibrio Pacini 1854. In: Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Second Edition, Vol. Two, Eds. DJ, Brenner, NR Krieg, JT Staley, Springer.
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  • Hervio-Heath, D., R. R. Colwell A. Derrien, A. Robert-Pillot, J. M. Fournier, M. Pommepuy. 2002. Occurence of pathogenic vibrios in coastal areas of France. J. Appl. Microbiol. 92: 1123-1135.
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  • Holmes S.P., A.Cherrill and M.S. Davies 2002. The surface characteristics of pedal mucus: a potential aid to the settlement of marine organisms. J.Mar.Biol.Assoc. UK, 82: 131-139.
  • Hornak K., M. Masin, J. Jezbera, Y. Bettarel, J. Nedoma, T. Sime-Ngando, K. Šimek 2005. Effects of decreased resource availability, protozoan grazing and viral impact on a structure of bacterioplankton assemblage in a canyon-shaped reservoir. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 52, 315–327.
  • Kimbell J. R. and M. J. Mcfall-Ngaı 2003. The squid-Vibrio symbiosis: From Demes to Genes. Integrated Comparative Biology, 43:254–260.
  • Kofoed L.H. 1975. The feeding biology of Hydrobia ventrosa. II. Allocation of the components of the carbon-budget and the significance of the secretion of dissolved organic materials. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 19:243-256.
  • Krovaceck K., A.Faris, , W.Anne, I. Mansson, 1987. Adhesion of Aeromonas hydrophila and Vibrio anguillarum to fish cells and to mucus-coated glass slides. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 42: 85-89.
  • NCIMB 1994. National Collections of Industrial and Marine Bacteria Catalogue, pp:266.
  • Peduzzi P. and G.J. Herndl. 1991. Mucus trails in the rocky intertidal: a highly active microenvironment. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Series, 75: 267-274.
  • Powell, J. L. and M. G. Lautit. 1990. Isolation and characterization of Vibrio anguillarum from selected marine sites in New Zealand. New Zealand J. Mar. Freshwater Res., 24: 267-273.
  • Smith A.M. 1992. Alteration between attachment mechanism by limpets in the field. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 160: 205-220.
  • Smith A.M and Morin M.C. 2002. Biochemical differences between trail mucus and adhesive mucus from marsh periwinkle snails. Biol. Bull. 203: 338-346.
  • Smith A.M., Quick T.J., St. Peter R.L. 1999. Differences in the composition of adhesive and non-adhesive mucus from the limpet Lottia limatula. Biol. Bull. 196: 34-44.
  • Yan Q., M. Zhao, X. Wang, W. Zou and C. Chen. 2010. Adhession mechanism of Vibrio fluvialis to skin mucus of Epinephelus awoara. Chinese J. Oceanol. and Limnol. 28: 260-266.

Patella sp. (Gastropoda: Mollusca) Mukus Salgısına Denizel Bakterilerin Yerleşimi.

Year 2009, Volume 26, Issue 2, 111 - 114, 01.06.2009

Abstract

Tutunma ve kayma hareketleri gösteren Patella türlerinin oluşturduğu mukus salgısı mikroorganizmalar için bir yapışma ortamıdır. Türlere göre mukus salgısının bakterilerin çoğalma potansiyellerine etkisinin araştırılması amaçlanmış, deniz suyundan izole edilen Vibrio fluvialis ve V. furnissii türleri Patella caerulea ve P. rustica mukusuna aşılanmıştır. Yapışma yoğunlukları karşılaştırmalı olarak kristal viyole ile boyanmış lamlarda ışık mikroskobu düzeyinde belirlenmiştir. Vibrio türlerinin mukus tercihleri Patella türlerine göre farklılık göstermiştir. Bu çalışma bulguları, Patella sp. mukus tabakasının kaya üzerinde denizel bakterilerin yerleşimi açısından önemini ve bu bakterilerin diğer organizmalar için uyarıcı etki oluşturabileceğini düşündürmektedir

References

  • Amaro C., E. G. Biosca, B.Fouz, E.Alcaide, and C.Esteve. 1995. Evidence that water transmits Vibrio vulnificus biotype 2 infections to eels. Appl. and Environ. Microbiol., 61: 1133-1137.
  • Calow P. 1974. Some observations on locomotory strategies and their metabolic effects in two species of freshwater gastropods. Oceanogia, 16: 149-161.
  • Connor V.M. 1986. The use of mucous trails by intertidal limpets to enhance food resources. Biol. Bull., 171:548-564.
  • Corpe W.A. 1973. Microfouling: the role of primary film forming marine bacteria. In: Proc.3rd Int.Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling. Ed: R. F. Acker, Northwestern Univ. Pres, Evanston.,pp.598-609.
  • Davies M.S., S.J. Hawkins and H.D. Jones 1992. Pedal mucus and its influence on the microbial food supply of two intertidal gastropods, Patella vulgata L. and Littorina littorea L. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 161: 57-77.
  • Esteve C. 1995. Numerical taxonomy of Aeromonadaceae and Vibrionacea associated with reared fish and surrounding fresh and brakish water. Syst. of Appl. Microbiol., 18: 391-402.
  • Farmer III, J. J., J.M. Janda, F.W. Brenner, D.N. Cameron, K. M, Birkhead,. 2005. Genus I. Vibrio Pacini 1854. In: Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Second Edition, Vol. Two, Eds. DJ, Brenner, NR Krieg, JT Staley, Springer.
  • Haines K.C. and P.R.L. Guillard 1974. Growth of vitamin B-12 requiring marine diatomes in mixed laboratory cultures with vitamin B-12 producing marine bacteria. J. Phycol. 10: 245-252.
  • Hervio-Heath, D., R. R. Colwell A. Derrien, A. Robert-Pillot, J. M. Fournier, M. Pommepuy. 2002. Occurence of pathogenic vibrios in coastal areas of France. J. Appl. Microbiol. 92: 1123-1135.
  • Holmes S.P. 2005. The effect of Patella vulgata pedal mucus on the settlement and development or propagation of Skeletonema costatum and Fucus spiralis. J.Moll.Stud. 71: 53-57.
  • Holmes S.P., A.Cherrill and M.S. Davies 2002. The surface characteristics of pedal mucus: a potential aid to the settlement of marine organisms. J.Mar.Biol.Assoc. UK, 82: 131-139.
  • Hornak K., M. Masin, J. Jezbera, Y. Bettarel, J. Nedoma, T. Sime-Ngando, K. Šimek 2005. Effects of decreased resource availability, protozoan grazing and viral impact on a structure of bacterioplankton assemblage in a canyon-shaped reservoir. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 52, 315–327.
  • Kimbell J. R. and M. J. Mcfall-Ngaı 2003. The squid-Vibrio symbiosis: From Demes to Genes. Integrated Comparative Biology, 43:254–260.
  • Kofoed L.H. 1975. The feeding biology of Hydrobia ventrosa. II. Allocation of the components of the carbon-budget and the significance of the secretion of dissolved organic materials. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 19:243-256.
  • Krovaceck K., A.Faris, , W.Anne, I. Mansson, 1987. Adhesion of Aeromonas hydrophila and Vibrio anguillarum to fish cells and to mucus-coated glass slides. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 42: 85-89.
  • NCIMB 1994. National Collections of Industrial and Marine Bacteria Catalogue, pp:266.
  • Peduzzi P. and G.J. Herndl. 1991. Mucus trails in the rocky intertidal: a highly active microenvironment. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Series, 75: 267-274.
  • Powell, J. L. and M. G. Lautit. 1990. Isolation and characterization of Vibrio anguillarum from selected marine sites in New Zealand. New Zealand J. Mar. Freshwater Res., 24: 267-273.
  • Smith A.M. 1992. Alteration between attachment mechanism by limpets in the field. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 160: 205-220.
  • Smith A.M and Morin M.C. 2002. Biochemical differences between trail mucus and adhesive mucus from marsh periwinkle snails. Biol. Bull. 203: 338-346.
  • Smith A.M., Quick T.J., St. Peter R.L. 1999. Differences in the composition of adhesive and non-adhesive mucus from the limpet Lottia limatula. Biol. Bull. 196: 34-44.
  • Yan Q., M. Zhao, X. Wang, W. Zou and C. Chen. 2010. Adhession mechanism of Vibrio fluvialis to skin mucus of Epinephelus awoara. Chinese J. Oceanol. and Limnol. 28: 260-266.

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Primary Language Turkish
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Beria Falakalı MUTAF This is me


Deniz AKŞİT This is me


Jale KORUN This is me

Publication Date June 1, 2009
Application Date December 7, 2015
Acceptance Date September 29, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2009, Volume 26, Issue 2

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APA Mutaf, B. F. , Akşit, D. & Korun, J. (2009). Patella sp. (Gastropoda: Mollusca) Mukus Salgısına Denizel Bakterilerin Yerleşimi. . Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences , 26 (2) , 111-114 . Retrieved from http://www.egejfas.org/en/pub/issue/5003/67698