Artemia


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Artemia

shrimp grown and used extensively as a food source for ornamental and food fish culture. Called also brine shrimp.
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citratus fue el menos toxico en el modelo de Artemia, este no presento una buena actividad tripanosomicida; los extractos restantes tampoco mostraron una toxicidad notable anti T.
monodon (100% similarity), Eriocheir sinensis (100% similarity), Chlamys farreri (100% similarity), Artemia franciscan (100% similarity), Aedes aegypti (100% similarity) Argopecten irradians (100% similarity), Ixodes scapularis (100% similarity), Xenopus laevis (98% similarity) (Table I).
Keywords: Seaweed extract, Larvicidal effect, Artemia salina, Enteromorpha linza, Gelidium amansii.
Artemia persimilis was identified according to species-specific traits (Gajardo et al.
Toxicity of the extracts was evaluated through brine shrimp lethality test using Artemia salina Leach as the test organism [8].
Literature has been presented correlations between the general toxicity with the microcrustacean Artemia salina and the citotoxicity on strains of human cells of solid tumors (Mclaughlin, 1991; Mclaughlin et al.
En laboratorio se han logrado TS de 94 a 99% alimentando a las larvas con Z y combinando este con AB de 24 y 30% de PB (9), similares valores fueron reportados para larvas alimentadas con nauplios de Artemia (20).
Twenty milligrams of the crude extract were evaluated by Artemia salina lethality test according to the procedure described by Meyer et al.
Pandian synthesizes more than 972 publications and information from 249 journals to summarize the current understanding of crustacean reproduction and development in all taxa from anostracan Artemia to xanthid crabs.
This bioassay was carried out following a protocol presented by Souza, Girardi, Santana, Fernandes-Machado, and Gimenes (2013): Cysts-like eggs of Artemia salina were incubated in synthetic seawater (20 g [L.