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South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts

Mary A. Pocock

South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts

by Mary A. Pocock

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Published by [s.n.] in Great Britain .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Red algae -- South Africa

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of the Linnean Society of London. Botany., Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London., Norris Collection.
    Statementby Mary A. Pocock.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. in 1 :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13627427M
    OCLC/WorldCa54208334

    Red algal parasites are characterized by little or no pigmentation, relatively small size, hemispherical cushion-like pustules on the surface of their host, and the establishment of secondary pit. Career. She worked at University College of North Wales, Bangor.. In she was inducted into the Linnean Society of London.. Martin was a co-founder of the British Phycological Society with her friend and fellow phycologist Kathleen Mary Drew-Baker and later served as Vice President of the organisation.. Author abbreviation. The standard author abbreviation is used to indicate.

    their parasites including tools that may help in parasite identification and studies on their life cycles, ecology and pathology. The only comprehensive sources of data on fish parasites in Africa are the checklists of Khalil () and Khalil and Polling (), the latter reporting species of helminth parasites of African freshwater. Isopoda may be either highly host specific, opportunistic in their choice of hosts or facultative parasites, attaching to fish if they are weak or trapped in nets or cages. The host specific ones are the least harmful to their hosts (e.g. Lironeca spp. of African freshwater fish - Fryer, a,b, b). Even host specific species attached and.

    Parasitic infections are common in rural or emerging areas of Africa, Asia, and Central and South America and are less common in industrialized areas. A person who visits such an area can unknowingly acquire a parasitic infection, and a doctor may not readily diagnose the infection when the . The ova and parasite (O&P) exam is used to detect the presence of parasites in a stool sample and help diagnose an infection of the digestive system (gastrointestinal, GI tract) when a person has symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal pain, cramping, and blood or mucus in the stool.


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South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts by Mary A. Pocock Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mary A. Pocock, Ph. D, F.L.S.; South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Four members of the Rhodomelaceae which act as hosts for parasitic FlorideCited by: South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Some South African parasitic Florideae.

Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany7 figs, Plates Silva, P.C., Basson, P.W. & Moe, R.L. Catalogue of the benthic marine algae of the Indian Ocean. Martin, M.T. & Pocock, M.A. South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts.

Some South African parasitic Florideae. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany7 figs, pls Norris, R.E. A review of Colacopsis and Melanocolax, red algal parasites on South African Rhodomelaceae (Rhodophyta).

Some South African parasitic Florideae. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany7 figs, pls Stegenga, H., Bolton, J.J. & R. Anderson. Seaweeds of the South African west coast.

Contributions from the Bolus Herbarium pp. Cite this record as: Anderson RJ, Stegenga H, Bolton JJ. Seaweeds of the. Africa, Caribbean, South America, Asia, Middle East – 83 million people skin exposure to water contaminated with infected Biomphalaria freshwater snails urinary blood fluke Schistosoma haematobium: kidney, bladder, ureters, lungs, skin urine Africa, Middle East skin exposure to water contaminated with infected Bulinus sp.

snails. Order Ceramiales. Family Ceramiaceae. Syringocolax macroblepharis Reinsch 66, Rhodophyceae pl. IV, pl. LVII: fig. Plants parasitic, forming whitish pustules a few mm in diameter on the main axes of the host (Gelidium spp.).

centre of the pustule pseudo-parenchymatous, a more or less compact “stalk” penetrating the host tissue; pustule on the periphery covered with unbranched. Some South African parasitic Florideae.

Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany 48–64, 7 figs, pls 10– Reference page.: 62, figs. 3 a, 3b. South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Some South African parasitic Florideae. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany 48–64, 7 figs, pls 10– Reference page.

Pocock, M.A. Two multicellular motile green algae, Volvulina Playfair and Astrophomene, a new genus. Transactions of the Royal Society of.

South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Four minute parasitic Florideae. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 11–41, 6 figs, 6 plates.

Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here; Related changes; Upload file; Special pages. AbstractRed algal parasites are diverse organisms that are unusual due to the fact that many are closely related to their hosts.

Parasitism has developed many times within different red algal groups, but the full extent of parasite biodiversity is unknown, as parasites are easily overlooked due to their small size and often low abundance.

Download Citation | OnMargaret T. Martin and others published South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Some South African parasitic Florideae | Find, read and cite all.

A parasite of Polysiphonia scopulorum, recorded from Blaauwberg on the west coast to Cape Vidal in northen KwaZulu-Natal ().

World distribution: also found in Portugal, Spain, the Canary Islands and Namibia (Guiry & Guiry November ). Type locality: Muizenberg, False Bay, Cape Province, South Africa (Silva et al. Type locality: Arniston [Waenhuiskrans], South Africa. References. Pocock, M.A. South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts.

Four members of the Rhodomelaceae which act as hosts for parasitic Florideae. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany 34–47, 9 figs, Plates 5–9. Spermatangia developed from surface cortical cells on upper ramuli or on branched tufts in their axils.

South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Some South African parasitic Florideae. Linn. Soc., Bot. 55, 48–64, Plates 10– South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts: 3. Four minute parasitic Florideae Article in Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (1) - 41 June with 10 Reads.

Download Citation | OnMary A. Pocock published South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Four members of the Rhodomelaceae which act as hosts for parasitic Florideae. Familia: Plocamiaceae Genus: Plocamiocolax Species: Plocamiocolax papenfussianus Name [].

Plocamiocolax papenfussianus &(as. Pocock, M.A. Pocock, South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Four members of the Rhodomelaceae which act as hosts for parasitic Florideae J.

Linn. Soc. London, Bot. () Price and John, J.H. Price, D.M. John, Ascension Island, south Atlantic: a survey of inshore benthic macroorganisms, communities and.

Internal parasites (endoparasites) such as hookworms, roundworms and tapeworms live inside the body of a plant or animal and produce an infection within the host. External parasites (ectoparasites) such as fleas, lice, ticks, ear mites and sarcoptic mites, live on the body of the host and produce an infestation.

South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. Some South African parasitic Florideae. Journal of the Linnean Society of London 55 (): 48 – Some South African Rhodophyceae. II Helminthora furcellata comb.

nov. Trans. Soc. Afr. xxxi: -. Catalogue of marine and freshwater Red Algae (Rhodophyta) of New South Wales, including Lord Howe Island, South-western Pacific.

Aust. Syst. Bot. 6, 1– MOEBIUS, M. (). Ueber eine neue epiphytische Floridée. Ber. Deutsche Bot. Gesellschaft 3, 77–80, Plate VII. POCOCK, M.A. (). South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts 3.NORRIS, R.E. (). Ceramiales (Rhodophyceae) genera new to South Africa, including new species of Womersleyella and Herposiphonia.

S. Afr. J. Bot. 58, 65– POCOCK, M.A. (). South African parasitic Florideae and their hosts. I. Four members of the Rhodomelaceae which act as hosts for parasitic Florideae.

J. Parasite lost: Exterminating Africa's horror worms. their hosts remain unaware of their presence. There has been a peace agreement between north and south .