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DAO - Vol. 110, No. 1-2 - Table of contents

DAO - Vol. 110, No. 1-2 - Table of contents

Dis Aquat Org (Print ISSN: 0177-5103; Online ISSN: 1616-1580)
Copyright © 2014 Inter-Research. Published July 24

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In situ hybridization to Bonamia ostreae cells in the gills of the oyster Ostrea edulis. Photo: Marc Engelsma


Microcell parasites of molluscs

Protistan parasites in the genera Bonamia and Mikrocytos are among the historically significant mollusc pathogens, and they remain economically and ecologically relevant today. The study of them has flourished over the last decade with the arrival of a new generation of researchers into the field and the introduction of new tools and methods. As a product emerging from discussions at the 2012 Microcell Working Group meeting in Lelystad, the Netherlands, this DAO special focuses on recent discoveries on the biology and distribution of microcell parasites and developments concerning their detection, with a particular emphasis on the dynamic state of knowledge related to Bonamia exitiosa.

Editors: Ryan Carnegie, Marc Englesma, Stephen Feist

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Carnegie RB, Engelsma MY
Microcell parasites of molluscs: introduction to DAO Special 7
DAO 110:1-4 | Full text in pdf format

Engelsma MY, Culloty SC, Lynch SA, Arzul I, Carnegie RB
Bonamia parasites: a rapidly changing perspective on a genus of important mollusc pathogens
DAO 110:5-23 | Full text in pdf format

Abbott CL, Meyer GR
Review of Mikrocytos microcell parasites at the dawn of a new age of scientific discovery
DAO 110:25-32 | Full text in pdf format

Hill KM, Stokes NA, Webb SC, Hine PM, Kroeck MA, Moore JD, Morley MS, Reece KS, Burreson EM, Carnegie RB
Phylogenetics of Bonamia parasites based on small subunit and internal transcribed spacer region ribosomal DNA sequence data
DAO 110:33-54 | Full text in pdf format

Hine PM, Carnegie RB, Kroeck MA, Villalba A, Engelsma MY, Burreson EM
Ultrastructural comparison of Bonamia spp. (Haplosporidia) infecting ostreid oysters
DAO 110:55-63 | Full text in pdf format

Abbott CL, Meyer GR, Lowe G, Kim E, Johnson SC
Molecular taxonomy of Mikrocytos boweri sp. nov. from Olympia oysters Ostrea lurida in British Columbia, Canada
DAO 110:65-70 | Full text in pdf format

Ramilo A, Iglesias D, Abollo E, González M, Darriba S, Villalba A
Infection of Manila clams Ruditapes philippinarum from Galicia (NW Spain) with a Mikrocytos-like parasite
DAO 110:71-79 | Full text in pdf format

Ramilo A, Villalba A, Abollo E
Species-specific oligonucleotide probe for detection of Bonamia exitiosa (Haplosporidia) using in situ hybridisation assay
DAO 110:81-91 | Full text in pdf format

Flannery G, Lynch SA, Longshaw M, Stone D, Martin P, Ramilo A, Villalba A, Culloty SC
Interlaboratory variability in screening for Bonamia ostreae, a protistan parasite of the European flat oyster Ostrea edulis
DAO 110:93-99 | Full text in pdf format

Laing I, Dunn P, Peeler EJ, Feist SW, Longshaw M
Epidemiology of Bonamia in the UK, 1982 to 2012
DAO 110:101-111 | Full text in pdf format

Lynch SA, Flannery G, Hugh-Jones T, Hugh-Jones D, Culloty SC
Thirty-year history of Irish (Rossmore) Ostrea edulis selectively bred for disease resistance to Bonamia ostreae
DAO 110:113-121 | Full text in pdf format

Ramilo A, González M, Carballal MJ, Darriba S, Abollo E, Villalba A
Oyster parasites Bonamia ostreae and B. exitiosa co-occur in Galicia (NW Spain): spatial distribution and infection dynamics
DAO 110:123-133 | Full text in pdf format

Oehrens Kissner EM, Doldan MS, Zaidman PC, Morsan EM, Kroeck MA
Bonamiosis status in natural Ostrea puelchana beds in San Matías Gulf (Patagonia, Argentina), 14 years after an epizootic
DAO 110:135-142 | Full text in pdf format

Audemard C, Carnegie RB, Hill KM, Peterson CH, Burreson EM
Bonamia exitiosa transmission among, and incidence in, Asian oyster Crassostrea ariakensis under warm euhaline conditions
DAO 110:143-150 | Full text in pdf format

Spiers ZB, Gabor M, Fell SA, Carnegie RB, Dove M, O’Connor W, Frances J, Go J, Marsh IB, Jenkins C
Longitudinal study of winter mortality disease in Sydney rock oysters Saccostrea glomerata
DAO 110:151-164 | Full text in pdf format