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Sticking mechanisms in adhesive organs from a Holothuria.

Rudolf Karl Zahn

Sticking mechanisms in adhesive organs from a Holothuria.

Klebemechanismen adhäsiver Organe einer Holothurie.

by Rudolf Karl Zahn

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Published by Akad. d. Wiss. u.d. Literatur, Steiner [in Komm.] in Mainz, Wiesbaden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Attachment mechanisms (Biology),
  • Holothuria forskåll.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesKlebemechanismen adhäsiver Organe einer Holothurie.
    StatementVon Rudolf K. Zahn; Werner E. G. Müller u. Martin Michaelis.
    SeriesResearch in molecular biology,, 2
    ContributionsMüller, Werner E. G., joint author., Michaelis, Martin, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH514 .Z33
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 p.
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5231824M
    LC Control Number75301971

    Jaeger, H. (Metriatyla) scabra is grey/black (above) with dark transverse wrinkles. It is grey/white below. It is a medium-sized species (to mm), somewhat flattened, and firm to pliable. Spicules are well developed tables and knobbed buttons (H. scabra spicules, H. scabra spicules 2).This species can be found on reefs and in coastal areas; it may be exposed or partially buried in sand.   The aspidochirote Holothuria forskali is a large common species found in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. Its reproductive cycle has been determined in a population from Brittany using histological observations of the different classes of gonadal tubules, oocyte size frequencies and evolution of gonad by:

    Holothuria forskali Delle Chiaje, Synonyms. Holothuria catanensis Grube, ; Holothuria nigra Peach, ; Stichopus selenkae Barrois, ; References. Della Chiaje, S. (). Descrizione zoologica ed anatomica di alcune specie di Oloturie. Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here; Related changes. Holothuria edulis synonyms, Holothuria edulis pronunciation, Holothuria edulis translation, English dictionary definition of Holothuria edulis. Noun 1. Holothuria edulis - of warm coasts from Australia to Asia; used as food especially by Chinese trepang holothurian, sea cucumber - echinoderm having.

    The distribution and habitat preference of two sea cucumber species; Holothuria atra and Holothuria edulis were studied off the north-west coast of Sri Lanka by underwater visual census in October The relationships between the density of each species and the habitat variables, such as mean grain size, organic content (% of dry weight Cited by: Disclaimer: While we work to ensure that product information is correct, on occasion manufacturers may alter their ingredient product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than that shown on our Web site. We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or /5(6).


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Add tags for "Sticking mechanisms in adhesive organs from a Holothuria. Klebemechanismen adhäsiver Organe einer Holothurie.". Klebemechanismen adhäsiver Organe einer Holothurie.". Be the first. The sea cucumber Holothuria forskåli possesses a specialized system called Cuvierian tubules.

During mechanical stimulation white filaments (tubules) are expelled and become sticky upon contact with any object. We isolated a protein with adhesive properties from protein extracts of Cuvierian tubules from H. forskåli.

This protein was identified by antibodies against recombinant precollagen Cited by: 5. Lebesgue N, de Costa G, Ribeiro RM (a) Proteomic dataset of the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus adhesive organs and secreted adhesive.

Data Brief – CrossRef Google Scholar Lebesgue N, de Costa G, Ribeiro RM (b) Deciphering the molecular mechanisms underlying sea urchin reversible adhesion: a quantitative proteomics : Hermann Ehrlich.

These organs are involved in temporary adhesion, functioning as duo-gland adhesive systems in which adhesive cells release a proteinaceous secretion, while de-adhesive cells allow detachment.

Holothuria is the type genus of the marine animal family Holothuriidae. Members of the genus are found in coastal waters in tropical and temperate regions. They are soft bodied, limbless invertebrates that dwell on the ocean floor and are usually resemble a cucumber in : Holothuroidea.

Cuvierian tubule adhesive strength on glass has been measured in seven species of sea cucumbers belonging to the genera Bohadschia, Holothuria and Pearsonothuria (Flammang. Holothuria edulis, commonly known as the edible sea cucumber or the pink and black sea cucumber, is a species of echinoderm in the family was placed in the subgenus Halodeima by Pearson inmaking its full scientific name Holothuria (Halodeima) edulis.

It is found in shallow water in the tropical Indo-Pacific : Holothuriidae. Cuvierian tubules are expelled as a defence mechanism against predators by various species within the family Holothuridae. When the tubules are expelled, they become sticky almost immediately and ensnare the predator.

The mechanism of this rapid adhesion is not clear, but proteins on the surface of the expelled tubules are widely believed to be involved. This study has examined such Cited by: 4.

Holothuria forskali, the black sea cucumber or cotton-spinner, is a species of sea cucumber in the family is found at shallow depths in the eastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

It was placed in the subgenus Panningothuria by Rowe in and is the typetaxon of the subgenus. Sea cucumbers are marine invertebrates and are closely related to the sea urchins and Family: Holothuriidae. Holothuria synonyms, Holothuria pronunciation, Holothuria translation, English dictionary definition of Holothuria.

Noun 1. Holothuria - type genus of the Holothuridae genus Holothuria echinoderm genus - a genus of echinoderms family Holothuridae, Holothuridae - a family. Holothuria (Rowethuria) arguinensis has a restricted distribution in the northeast Atlantic Ocean, from Portugal to the Canary Islands and Mauritania in northwestern Africa, although recently, it was recorded in the Southwestern Mediterranean Sea (Alicante, Spain) and in Algerian waters, implying that it is colonizing the Mediterranean Sea.

Peng et al., “ Biomimetic materials as potential medical adhesives—Composition and adhesive properties of the material coating the Cuvierian tubules expelled by Holothuria dofleinii,” in Biomaterials—Physics and Chemistry, edited by R. Pignatello (InTech Press, Rijeka, ).Cited by: 7.

Holothuria tremula - - Print - Iconographia Zoologica - Special Collections University of Amsterdam - UBAINV 01 tif 1, × 2,; 12 MB Holothuria 3, × 2,; MB Holothuria WBRF CEND LP08 STN A1 jpg 2, × 1,; MB. Yellow Sea Cucumber (Holothuria floridana) This yellow sea cucumber is the same as the brown or mottled color cucumber but the yellow coloration is not as common and available.

It is reef safe but requires a large sand-bed to meet its 5/5. How these defense mechanisms have shaped the evisceration and regenerative processes of sea cucumber Holothuria leucospilota still remain largely unstudied. In this study it is revealed that Holothuria leucospilota remain very consistent in their modes of evisceration, ejecting the same organs in every evisceration : Vicki Hsieh.

From the Cuvierian organs of Holothuria forskåli three compounds have been isolated which are aglycones of the respective toxins. Their structures could be determined by means of spectroscopic methods. A new nomenclature for the aglycones of the toxins from holothurians is by: The incarnate text: imagining the book in Reformation England / James Kearney.

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c Sticking mechanisms in adhesive organs from a Holothuria. Klebemechanismen adhasiver Organe einer Holothurie. Von Rudolf K. Zahn Werner E.G. Muller u. Toxicon. Oct;9(4) Aglycones of the toxins from the Cuvierian organs of Holothuria forskåli and a new nomenclature for the aglycones from by: 1.

C R Seances Soc Biol Fil. Jul;() [Histochemical research on the Cuvierian organs in Holothuria impatiens Forskal]. [Article in Undetermined Language]Author: Guislain R. Inshore shallow-water populations composed of smaller individuals, and reproduce mostly by transversal fission, while in deeper or outer reef populations the individuals.

energy metabolism were assessed in Holothuria forskali during animal acclimation, pre-transport, transport and quarantine. Combined analyses confirmed that sea cucumbers experienced high oxidative stress during transport, but had the capability to deal with it using a complex of cellular defence mechanisms, which enabled recovery from oxidativeFile Size: 1MB.

Abstract. Fucosylated chondroitin sulfate (fCS) extracted from the sea cucumber Holothuria forskali is composed of the following repeating trisaccharide unit: →3)GalNAcβ4,6S(1→4) [FucαX(1→3)]GlcAβ(1→, where X stands for different sulfation patterns of fucose (X = 3,4S (46%), 2,4S (39%), and 4S (15%)).

As revealed by NMR and molecular dynamics simulations, the fCS repeating .Jaeger, H. (Halodeima) atra is a black sea cucumber with black tentacles, frequently covered with sand (H.

atra photo).It is a small to very large species (up to mm), fissiparous, cylindrical with rounded ends, a smooth tegument and a pliable body wall. Toxic red fluid is released from the skin on rubbing. Spicules are tables with a reduced disc and a moderate spire bearing a 'maltese.