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ornately marked and brightly colored snails of brackish waters

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Evidence for the biosynthesis of bryostatins by the bacterial symbiont "Candidatus Endobugula sertula" of the bryozoan Bugula neritina.
Tres generos, Biomphalaria, Neritina y Pyrgophorus, se comparten con Nicaragua (Perez et al.
neritina were collected from marinas in Tel Aviv and Herzelia, Israel (Mediterranean Sea).
neritina produce, en simbiosis con la bacteria Candidatus Endobugula sertula, varios metabolitos denominados briostatinas (Davidsonet al.
Edge effect on a Neritina virginea (Neritimorpha, Neritinidae) population in a black mangrove stand (Magnoliopsida, Avicenniaceae: Avicennia germinans) in the Southern Caribbean.
The olive nerite snail, Neritina reclivata, is irregularly distributed along coastal regions in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea (Lehman and Hamilton, 1981).
Floods, habitat hydraulics and upstream migrations of Neritina virginea (Gastropoda: Neritidae) in the northeastern Puerto Rico.
Por ejemplo en el caso del briozoo Bugula neritina productor del macrolido briostatina, potente agente anticancer comercial, se ha establecido que es en realidad su bacteria simbionte Endobugula serluta quien produce el metabolito bioactivo (Sudek et al.
MNI = 118,462), Batissa violacea (MNI = 21,898), Pythia scarabaeus (MNI = 12,911) and Neritina spp.
Studies to characterize the genes required for the biosynthesis of bryostatin 1 in B neritina revealed that the PKS genes required for the production of bryostatin 1 were located not in the bryozoan but rather in a symbiont Endobugula sertula (25).
Bryostatin is a marine natural product that is extracted from the obscure bryozoa, Bugula neritina.