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Population ecology and genetics of the polychaete Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae) =

Inken Kruse

Population ecology and genetics of the polychaete Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae) =

Populationsökologie und -genetik des Polychaeten Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae)

by Inken Kruse

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Published by Alfred-Wegener-Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschung, Vertrieb durch K. Kamloth in Bremerhaven, Bremen .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Sea Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Orbiniidae -- North Sea Region.,
    • Scoloplos armiger.,
    • Polychaeta -- North Sea Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesPopulationsökologie und -genetik des Polychaeten Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae)
      StatementInken Kruse.
      SeriesBerichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung,, 438
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL391.A6 K78 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination95 p. :
      Number of Pages95
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3763636M
      LC Control Number2003476154
      OCLC/WorldCa52614273

      Population ecology and genetics of the polychaete Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae) = Populationsökologie und -genetik des Polychaeten Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae), Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung (Reports on Polar and Marine Research), Bremerhaven, Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, , 95 p. In , all Scoloplos armiger examined from the White Sea were infected with Siedleckia. The protozoan is briefly described. Under unfavourable conditions, the posterior end was seen to swell and give off a series of rounded protrusions, of varying size and number of nuclei. Some joined in various positions and all eventually perished. In others the pellicle stood away from the body and Author: I. M. Grabko.

      Trends in Ecology & Evolut – Bartolomaeus T. () Mitochondrial sequence data expose the putative cosmopolitan polychaete Scoloplos armiger (Annelida, Orbiniidae) as a species complex. BMC Evolutionary Biology 6 Population genetics, demographic connectivity, and the design of marine reserves. Ecological Cited by: National Academy of Sciences. Special collections highlighting noteworthy articles. Colloquium Papers; Commentaries; Core Concepts; Cozzarelli PrizeCited by:

      Understanding the influence of man-made structures on the ecosystem functions of the North Sea (UNDINE) • Scoloplos armiger • Support of ecological function work, models and genetics (endangered/rare species): data gap filling. Intertidal and subtidal soft-bottom macro- and meiofauna of the Kongsfjord (Spitsbergen).


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Polarforsch. Meeresforsch. () ISSN Population ecology and genetics of the polychaete Scoloplos arminger (Orbiniidae) Am Schluss steht ein Ausblick auf Artbildungsprozesse im ctFor the common, cosmopolitan polychaete Scoloplos armiger (O.

Müller, ) two developmental modes exist in the North Sea region. larvae in the Wadden Sea in this first Author: I. Kruse. Buy Population ecology and genetics of the polychaete Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae) =: Populationsökologie und -genetik des Polychaeten Scoloplos armiger (Reports on polar and marine research) by Inken Kruse (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low Author: Inken Kruse. The anaerobic metabolism of the intertidal polychaete Scoloplos armiger, its recovery from anaerobiosis and the importance of anaerobic energy production during low tide in the field were investigated. Under anaerobic conditions S. armiger produces energy in the same manner as Arenicola marina, a prototype of an euryoxic invertebrate from the by: Gibbs PE () Observations on the population of Scoloplos armiger at Whitstable.

J Mar Biol Assoc UK – Google Scholar Gibson G, Paterson I, Taylor H, Woolridge B () Molecular and morphological evidence of a single species, Boccardia proboscidea (Polychaeta: Spionidae), with multiple development by: Polychaetes of the Scoloplos cf.

armiger species complex used to be considered a single cosmopolitan species (see Kruse, and references therein). The adults burrow in the sediment, but these worms are most well known for their characteristic egg sacks that appear in large densities on intertidal flats in spring (Anderson,De Groot Cited by: 8.

evolution of poecilogony and the biogeography of north american populations of the polychaete streblospio Stefan R. Schulze University of South Florida, Department of Biology, SCAEast Fowler Avenue, Tampa, Florida Cited by: In marine invertebrates multiple modes of development, or poecilogony, may occur in a single species.

However, after close examination, many of such putative cases turned out to be sibling species. A case in point may be the cosmopolitan orbiniid polychaete Scoloplos armiger, which inhabits marine shallow sediments.

In addition to the well-known direct, holobenthic development from egg cocoons Cited by: The polychaete Scoloplos armiger (O. Müller, ) is one of the most common macrofauna species of the eastern North Atlantic with purported cosmopolitan occurrence in all zoogeographic regions (Hartmann-Schröder, ).Cited by: Population ecology and genetics of the polychaete Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae) Keelworms (notes) Sea Mouse Aphrodite aculeata Two species of Lugworm An interesting education CD-ROM is available from Australia.

Polychaetes assigned as Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae) show a cosmopolitan distribution and have been encountered in all zoogeographic regions. Sibling S. armiger-like species have been revealed by recent studies using RAPDs and AFLP genetic data.

We sequenced a ~12 kb fragment of the Scoloplos cf. armiger mitochondrial genome and developed primers for variable Cited by: The polychaete Scoloplos armiger is also a fast growing species, breeding for the first time in its second year and living for about four years (MES Ltd, ), Kruse and Reise () showed that populations of Scoloplos armiger in the intertidal with benthic development are reproductively isolated from subtidal ones with pelagic larvae.

Kruse I. Population ecology and genetics of the polychaete Scoloplos armiger (Orbiniidae) Ber Pol Meeresforsch. ; – [Google Scholar] Gibbs PE. Observations on the population of Scoloplos armiger at Whitstable. J Mar Biol Ass UK. ; – [Google Scholar]Cited by: The distribution of random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) diversity amongst populationsSibling species or poecilogony in the polychaete Scoloplos armiger?, Marine Biology, Genetic structure of the annual weed Senecio vulgaris in relation to habitat type and population size, Molecular Ecology Cited by: Polychaetes are one of the most important groups of benthic organisms in marine ecosystems.

They dominate on the Arctic shelf and play an important role in ecosystem functioning. This study focuses on the polychaete biodiversity and their distribution patterns in Hornsund, an open glacial fjord, in western Spitsbergen and provides important baseline data for future studies of temporal Cited by:.

Scoloplos armiger and Magelona mirabilis are larger and longer-lived and recovery may be longer but occur within the time same scales as Lanice conchilega. Scoloplos armiger has a lifespan of about four years and reaches maturity at two years.

The sexes are separate and as many as eggs of about mm are fertilized externally between Depth Range: m, m, m.Book description This unique, concise and beautifully-illustrated guide allows students to identify over of the common, widespread animals and seaweeds of the shore. User-friendly dichotomous keys are supported by details of diagnostic features and biology of each : J.

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armiger-like species have been revealed by recent studies using RAPDs and AFLP genetic sequenced a ~12 kb fragment of the Scoloplos cf. armiger mitochondrial genome and developed primers for variable regions including the Cited by: