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Chromosome mutagenesis in developing mackerel eggs sampled from the New York Bight
A. Crosby Longwell
1976 by Marine EcoSystems Analysis Program Office, Environmental Research Laboratories in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English
|Statement||A. Crosby Longwell.|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum ERL MESA -- 7.|
|Contributions||Marine EcoSystems Analysis Program.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Chromosome mutagenesis in developing mackerel eggs sampled from the New York Bight. – In: G. Gross (ed.) Middle Atlantic Continental Shelf and the New York Bight, Special Symposia, Vol.
2, Amer. Soc. Limnol. Chromosome mutagenesis in developing mackerel eggs sampled from the New York Bight / A. Crosby Longwell. Boulder, Colo.: Marine EcoSystems Analysis Program Office, Environmental Research Laboratories, ;Microfiche (negative). Longwell, A.C.
Chromosome mutagenesis in developing mackerel eggs sampled from the New York Bight. Middle Atlantic Continental Shelf and the New York Bight.
M.G. Gross (ed.) ASLO Special Symposium Longwell, A.C. Mutagenesis in developing mackerel eggs sampled from the New York Bight.
NOAA ERL-MESA-7, 59 p. Longwell, A.C. Field and laboratory measurements of stress responses at the chromosome and cell levels in planktonic fish eggs and the oil problem.
In the wake of the Argo Merchant. Proceedings of a Symposium. embryos caused severe chromosome damage as demonstrated by Peckkurenkov (). Chromosome mutagenesis was reported in developing mackerel (Scomber scombrus) eggs sampled from the New York Bight area (Longwell, ).
Stich et al. (t ) studied tumours in fish caused due to sublethal. Chronlosome mutagenesis in develop-ing mackerel eggs sampled from the New York Bight.
NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL MESA-7 (Boulder, CQ). 61 p. The effects of ocean dumping on a marine ecosystem must be considered in the context of the character and quantity of all contaminants reaching the system.
The highly variable nature of natural factors within the ecosystem and of waste inputs to it make the direct determination of cause-effect relationships of anthropogenic materials quite Cited by: 5. A total of ×10 4 fertilized eggs from broodstocks were obtained from spawning over a 46 day period.
The egg diameter was ±mm in the pre-spawning period, and ±mm in the post spawning period. The eggs hatched h after fertilization at °C, and the hatching rate was %.Cited by: The sea surface is an important habitat for the developmental stages (eggs and larvae) of many fish and invertebrates; it is also a concentration point for anthropogenic contaminants entering the sea.
Studies were conducted to determine the extent to which the sea surface of Puget Sound was toxic to the early life history stages of by: Start studying Alterations of chromosome number or structure cause some genetic disorders.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Chromosome Mutagenesis in Developing Mackerel Eggs Sampled from the New York Bight. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL MESA-7, U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, Environmental Research Laboratories, Boulder, Colorado, and time than anticipated, making the task of large-scale monitoring less difficult, and more productive of sound and interpretable results.
Turnover of sex chromosome in fishes. Sex chromosomes have repeatedly and independently evolved in plant and animal species with genetic sex-determination mechanisms (Bull ).Although some taxonomic groups appear to have stable sex chromosomes that have been conserved across hundreds of millions of years of evolution, there are many examples of sex chromosome turnover, where even Cited by: Karyotype evolution in Carnivora is thoroughly studied by classical and molecular cytogenetics and supplemented by reconstructions of Ancestral Carnivora Karyotype (ACK).
However chromosome painting information from two pinniped families (Odobenidae and Otariidae) is noticeably missing. We report on the construction of the comparative chromosome map for species from each of the three Cited by: 3. Longwell, A.C. and Hughes, J.B.
() Cytologic, cytogenetic, and developmental state of Atlantic mackerel eggs from sea surface waters of the New York Bight, and prospects for biological effects monitoring with by: 9. ing of mackerel and horse mackerel eggs. The workshop also investigate the reasons d for individual differences in the identification and staging of mackerel and horse mackerel eggs and attempted to harmonize tion of the use of the ‘spray’ technique, for removing fish eggs from plankton samples, was carried out.
Introgressive hybridization is an important evolutionary process that can lead to the creation of novel genome structures and thus potentially new genetic variation for selection to act upon.
On the other hand, hybridization with introduced species can threaten native species, such as cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii) following the introduction of rainbow trout (O.
mykiss).Cited by: I t I~ f l. INTRODUCTION This report summarizes progress by this Center in MESA-funded research from July 1 through Octo Section II consists of a surnntary of acc. Cytologic, cytogenetic, and developmental state of Atlantic mackerel eggs from sea surface waters of the New York Bight, and prospects for biological effects monitoring with ichthyoplankton.
Mutagenesis, 2. Fin Rot and Invertebrate Diseases, 3. Benthic Macrofauna and Chemistry, 4.' Seabed Oxygen Consumption, 5. Phytoplankton Primary Productivity. The first three studies received direct MESA funding during the reporting period. The last two stUdies are continuations of formerly MESA-funded re search.
After the investigation on genetic diversity of two hundred and seventy-six short mackerel samples from eight sites (Chanthaburi, Rayong, Samut Songkhram, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Surat Thani, Songkhla, Satun and Krabi), DNA bands were polymorphic ( percent).Cited by: 1.
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Development of fishes of the Mid-Atlantic Bight: an atlas of egg, larval, and juvenile stagesAuthor. Unknown. Cytologic, cytogenetic, and developmental state of Atlantic mackerel eggs fi'om sea surface waters of the New York Bight, and prospects for biological effects monitoring with ichlhyoplanktoa Rapp.
Cytological detection of mutagen-carcinogen exposure by sister chromatid exchange. ().Author: VICTORIA VIKKl CHEUNG. This volume combines a series of rigorous, original research papers with more informal recollections of James L. Patton, who served as Curator of Mammals in the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology and as Professor of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, from until As a curator and a member of the Berkeley faculty, Patton made an indelible mark on vertebrate.
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Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A– Longwell and Hughes () examined mackerel eggs sampled from the surface waters of the New York Bight. They observed mitotic chromosome irregularities, variable development rates as calculated by mitotic index, and differences in viability as estimated by early indicators of cell death.
Using developmental times of eggs from lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) spawning in Lake Michigan, Berlin et al Chromosome FISH Contributed by Martin Fitzpatrick, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
DAPI counterstain for chromosome FISH analysis. After FISH sample preparation briefly rinse sample in distilled water to remove residual salts; Dilute stock DAPI to a concentration of 30nM in PBS.
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Full text of "Ocean pollution: hearings before the Subcommittee on Oceanography of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, first session, on sewage disposal in New York Bight (joint hearing with Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment), ; environmental oversight of Georges Bank.
The most thoroughly documented example of such habitat alteration is in the New York Bight, where reported changes in benthic community structure have been related to the disposal of waste materials. Developmental and structural anomalies - One of the adverse effects of ocean dumping of waste materials is an induction of chromosomal damage in.
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Lin RNA is always present but its protein decreases through larval development (found to parallel an increased in lin-4 expression). Discovered that there were no binding sites for lin-4 in the coding region of lin BUT they found SEVERAL places in the 3'-UTR (imperfectly) which could block translation.
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