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Effects of passing fish on activity of larval Chironomus tentans, Diptera

Effects of passing fish on activity of larval Chironomus tentans, Diptera

chironomidae.

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Published by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches.
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Open LibraryOL18550255M
ISBN 100612293556
OCLC/WorldCa46574587

Variability of mentum shape in Chironomus tentans (Diptera: Chironomidae) larvae as indicator of TiO2 nanoparticle contamination Abstract Book of the 20th International Symposium on Chironomidae, . Chironomids are important indicators of the effects of sediment‐bound contaminants. However, cause–effect relationships between contaminant exposure and stress‐related indicators other than growth and survival have not been demonstrated. In the laboratory, we conducted 10‐d exposures of Chironomus salinarius group Kieffer larvae to mixtures of contaminated (Trenton Channel, Detroit.

Chironomid larvae, too, can produce certain undesirable effects. When inhabiting storage and distribution systems for potable water, lar-vae may pass through taps causing concern to householders. There are numerous reports of midges infesting water systems in various parts of the world (e, Hafrz , Flentje a, Wilhelmi , Williams. Functional feeding habits of Chironomidae larvae (Insecta, Diptera) in a lotic system from Mid-western region of São Paulo State, Brazil were analyzed. Collectors were the dominant organisms, repre-sented by genera Chironomus, Fissimentum and Cryptochironomus, following by shredders and predators.

Dipteran, (order Diptera), any member of an order of insects containing the two-winged or so-called true flies. Although many winged insects are commonly called flies, the name is strictly applicable only to members of Diptera. One of the largest insect orders, it numbers more than , species that are relatively small, with soft bodies. Evidence for the presence of allatostatin (AST) A-like neuropeptides in the larval midge Chironomus riparius is reported. Immunohistochemical studies on the nervous system and gut revealed the presence of AST A-like immunoreactive (AST-IR) cells and processes. The nerve cord contained AST-IR processes that originated from cells in the brain and travelled the length of nerve cord to the.


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Effects of passing fish on activity of larval Chironomus tentans, Diptera Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effects of passing fish on activity of larval Chironon~r (Diptera: Chironomidae) Tarini Duggal Master of Science, Graduate Department of Zoology, University of Toronto Comparing behaviour and development of prey under constant presence versus completeCited by: 1.

A laboratory study was conducted with Chironomus tentans to assess the significance of growth retardation of third-to fourth-instar larvae over a d test period on Diptera book survival, adult emergence, and ovipositing success.

Data were intended to provide interpretive guidance for the commonly used growth endpoint in d sediment bioassays with C. by:   Chironomid communities were analyzed in systems with three types of predator regimes to determine hierarchical effects of predation; ponds without fish present, lakes with slimy sculpin (Cottus cognatus) present, and lakes with slimy sculpin present along with burbot (Lota Iota) and lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush).

Samples were collected by coring bare sediment habitats in 4 systems Cited by: The mentum deformity incidence in Chironomus plumosus larvae to assess the environmental contamination level in Lake Trasimeno, Central Italy, was investigated.

The survey lasted from May to August Fifty-one samplings were carried out: 34 in the littoral zone and 17 in the central zone. The deformity assessment was based on and larval specimens of C.

plumosus collected. The occurrence and abundance of larvae of Chironomus tentans Fabricius in saline lakes in central British Columbia were studied with respect to: (1) physico-chemical properties of the lakes, (2) physical composition of the bottom muds, (3) food availability, and (4) co-occurrence with other species of chironomids.

The study was done to determine the ranges of environmental conditions to which. Microhabitat selection by larval Chironomus tentans (Diptera: Chironomidae): effects of predators, food, cover and light covered here may be found in this excellent book. Even with this. Effects of acid mine drainage on larval Chironomus (Diptera, Chironomidae) measured with the Multispecies Freshwater Biomonitor® Effects upon larval.

the midge Chironomus tentans, and the. Chironomus larvae showed a presence–absence type response. When the late summer algal biomass exceeds 20–30 μg chl-a l −1, that is the annual primary production is higher than – g C m −2 year −1, Chironomus dominates the zoobenthos in the next year and the chironomid biomass attains high values (– g m −2).

Silver toxicity test in water. A 10‐d water‐only toxicity test was conducted with 11‐d‐old larvae of C. tentans exposed to AgNO exposure chambers were ‐ml high‐form beakers containing two mesh‐covered holes (12‐mm diameter) in the walls of the beakers to allow for an outflow of water into the aquarium in which they were placed.

Larval hemoglobin also can induce allergies in workers who process bloodworms into fish food for aquaria. Large chironomid emergences from polluted bodies of water are common and may cause local annoyance to humans, in addition to economic damage to machinery, paint finishes, automobiles, and airplanes (Ali, ).

Large numbers of adult midges. The assay against Chiromonus tentans Fabricius (Diptera: Chironomidae) larvae was carried out as above using four replicates with five concentrations (, 50, 25,and 6 μg/mL). For the assay against Danio rerio Hamilton (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae), young, immature fish around 2–3 cm in size were selected for the experiment.

Twenty. Survival of a nalidixic acid-resistant strain of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium mr-DT in water and sediments was tested using artificially contaminated aquaria. Water samples remained culture positive for salmonella for up to 54 days. Sediment samples were culture positive up to days.

In addition, potential mechanisms for spreading salmonella in the environments by chironomid. Time to emergence varied from about 40 to 80 days. Adult chironomids were collected as they emerged from these tanks and were tested for mr-DT A final experiment was performed to assess transfer of bacteria by larval chironomids.

Larvae from tanks C through G were transferred to a clean, salmonella-free tank. These findings underscore the impact of fish farming on larval chironomids. At the non-cage culture site, only pH was negatively correlated with larval abundance.

The higher pH value at the non-cage culture site might be related to the higher level of DO produced by the photosynthetic activity. Ecological adaptation has occupied a central position in evolutionary theory for over years; however, surprisingly little is known in detail of its significance.

This study was undertaken to determine if chromosomal inversions of larvae of Chironomus tentans have any selective significance in nature and if they do, to define the relationship between genetic adaptation, as reflected by the. Figures Figure Mean length (+/- 2SD) and relative age of Hyalella azteca collected by sieving in comparison with length of known-age organisms 43 Figure Chironomus tentans larvae 43 Figure Aspirator chamber (A) and reproduction and oviposit chamber (B) for adult midges 45 Figure Hyalella azteca 51 Figure Lifestage.

Heidi M. LeBlanc, Joseph M. Culp, Donald J. Baird, Alexa C. Alexander, Allan J. Cessna, Single Versus Combined Lethal Effects of Three Agricultural Insecticides on Larvae of the Freshwater Insect Chironomus dilutus, Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, /s, 63, 3, (), ().

Here, mercury kinetics and behavioural effects in the midge larvae under a water-only exposure were assessed. Uptake and elimination of waterborne mercury were described by using a one-compartment kinetic model. Results show that midges were able to readily accumulate the heavy metal (BCF = ), presenting a fast uptake, up to μg Hg g of animal −1 at the end of the exposure.

Chironomus (Camptochironomus) sp. 1x 0 3 Chironomus (Chironomus) "annularius"-group 1x x 0 23 4 5 Within each line (taxon), the seven milieu preference values add up to a sum of 10 (= %), as do the four oxygen requirement values.

Publications using chironomids as prey or food for animals are not treated comprehensively; in particular, studies with frozen midge larvae only for use to feed experimental animals are totally disregarded.

Supplements to Current Bibliography Anjos, A. Influência das fases hídricas e tipos de substratos artificiais sobre larvas. Acute toxicity and impact of nuvan on biochemical content of larvae of Chironomus tentans - Meigen (Diptera: Chironomidae). J. Exp. Zool.

India. 15(1): Gently, but constantly increased from 15th day on up to l/min, related to larval activity, surface dirt and distribution of live feeds.

effects in the intensive rearing environment are thought to be a certain bacteriostatic capacity and a shading effect that reduces the larval aggressive behaviour.

Stress in fish larvae induces both.The Science of the total environment, ISSN, Volumepp. -