Artemia salina

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Noun1.Artemia salina - common to saline lakesArtemia salina - common to saline lakes    
branchiopod, branchiopod crustacean, branchiopodan - aquatic crustaceans typically having a carapace and many pairs of leaflike appendages used for swimming as well as respiration and feeding
Artemia, Chirocephalus, genus Artemia, genus Chirocephalus - fairy shrimp; brine shrimp
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From the above, this study aimed to analyze the quality of collected apitoxin from the collector filaments after beneficiation and to compare it with the apitoxin collected directly from collector's glass plate, considering moisture content, protein and toxicity through Artemia salina L.
79%) showed larvicidal effects against Artemia salina.
Owing to its ideal protein and fat content, Artemia salina ranks among the best types of live feed.
Following the biodegradation assays, a toxicity test was carried out with Artemia salina in triplicates for both strains and the consortium as described by Atayde, Carneiro, Martins, and Palheta (2011).
Among these biological assays it is the toxicity test with Artemia salina (BST-Brine Shrimp Test) which was developed to detect bioactive compounds in plant extracts (Meyer et al.
Cytotoxicity testing by using larvae of Artemia salina is used since very long for cytotoxic evaluation purpose (Mclaughlin, 1991).
Twenty milligrams of the crude extract were evaluated by Artemia salina lethality test according to the procedure described by Meyer et al.
Application of microdot chromogenic method in sanitary monitoring of Artemia salina culture
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.
In contrast, the salt-secreting gill epithelial cells of brine shrimp, Artemia salina (Copeland 1967), the epithelial cells of the pereopodal discoid osmoregulatory organ of esturine amphoid, Melita setiflagella (Kikuchi & Matsumasa 1995), and the epithelial cells of the anal papillae of the saltwater mosquito larva, Aedes campestris (Meredith & Phillips 1973), are characterized by shallow apical membrane infoldings that are not closely associated with mitochondria.