Low actin stability was also found in Ostrea edulis infected by Bonamia
ostreae (Morga et al.
The oysters are being removed in a bid to halt the spread of Bonamia
However, the oyster disease Bonamia
-caused by the parasite Bonamia
ostreae has had a significant impact on local stocks.
200 Th Convolvulaceae Bonamia
burchellii Hallier f.
1998), resistance to Bonamia
in European fat oysters, Ostrea edulis (Naciri-Graven et al.
Population biology of Bonamia
grandiflora (Convolvulaceae): effects of fire ort plant and sced bank dynamics.
The action of the parasite Bonamia
ostreae, which is known to induce high mortality within 2- and 3-year-old adults (Culloty and Mulcahy, 1996), could influence the proportion of individuals that are able to reproduce as females in a population.
Mueller repaid her by naming several plants in her honour, Acacia dietrichiana, Bonamia
dietrichiana, and the moss Endotrichella dietrichiae; and several species of algae were named for her.
En este sitio creciendo junto a Sapranthus isae se encontraron especies tales como Astronium graveolens, Bursera simaruba, Pradosia colombiana, Lonchocarpus atropurpureus, Sterculia apetala, Bonamia
trichantha, Sorocea affinis, Machaerium mutisii, Platymiscium polystachium, Oxandra venezuelana y Prestoea acuminata.
ostreae in oysters from Lough Swilly, Donegal, Ireland; outbreak of * Xenohaliotis Californiensis in abalone growing sites in Co's Cork, Galway and Kerry, Ireland;
When the disease Bonamia
was discovered in 1991 (Adlard, 2000), all interest in farming flat oysters in Victoria waned, even though oysters grown off the bottom on subtidal longlines suffered little or no effect from this disease (Hickman (3)).
Barber, Carnegie and Dan Distel of the Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology are also developing a molecular diagnostic test for the parasite Bonamia
ostreae which kills the gourmet European oyster.