Amyloodinium

Amyloodinium

a protozoan, a member of the Sarcomastigophora, the cause of velvet disease of aquarium fish. The gills are the primary site of inflammation, but the lesions may spread to the skin. See also oodinium.
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Development of an enzyme-linked inmunosorbent assay (ELISA) for the detection of antibody to the parasitic dinoflagellate Amyloodinium ocellatum in Oreochromis aureus.
Two strains of the bacterium Chryseobacterium indologenes were isolated from the skin, and trophonts of the dinoflagellate Amyloodinium ocellatum were attached to the gill epithelium; any of those could contribute to the health of fish.
En branquias los protozoos Amyloodinium ocellatum (Mastigophora; P= 21,43%; GI= I), Trichodina sp.
El subreino Protozoa estuvo representado por tres especies, Amyloodinium ocellatum, Brown 1931, Brown y Hovasse 1946, (Lightner, 1996), Trichodina sp.
Amyloodinium ocellatum, que causa la llamada "enfermedad terciopelo", forma parte de un grupo conocido como oodinoides, entre los que se encuentran otros generos como Piscinoodinium, Crepidoodinium, Ichthyoodinium y Oodinioides (Noga y Levy, 1995).
Dezon D (2000) Ciclo de vida de Amyloodinium ocellatum (Brown, 1931) in vitro.
Fuentes JL, Dezon DE, Gonzalez CR, Gomez Fermin E (2001) Ciclo de vida de Amyloodinium ocellatum (Brown, 1 931), (Dinoflagellata: Oodinidae).
Lawler AR (1977) The parasitic dinoflagellate Amyloodinium ocellatum (Dinoflagellata) in marine aquaria.
Rigo G, Christophilogiannis P, Giahnishi M, Andrioopolulou A, Koutsodimoy M, Nengas I, Alexis M (1998) Amyloodinium ocellatum infestation on sharp-snout sea bream, Puntazzo puntazzo.
In gills the protozoans Amyloodinium ocellatum (Mastigophora; P= 21.