haplosporidian


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parasite in invertebrates and lower vertebrates of no known economic importance

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parasite is a microscopic (2-5 [micro]m), spherical, haplosporidian that targets oyster hemocytes (Hine 1996, Cochennec et al.
perspora exhibits the typical haplosporidian life cycle in that infections are extracellular, and both vegetative and spore stages are observed (Carnegie et al.
They do not suffer from either of the two haplosporidian diseases that afflict Sydney rock oysters, namely winter mortality, Mikrocytos roughleyi (Farley et al.
The parasite was once thought to be a haplosporidian, but current research is investigating the possibility that the parasite belongs to the Bonamia genus instead (Cochennec-Laureau et al.
With the help of molecular-based assays, more and more haplosporidian species have been confirmed in new hosts and locations around the world (Arzul & Carnegie 2015).
Gastropods have been found to act as hosts for other haplosporidian species (Azevedo 1984, Burreson 2001, Azevedo et al.
Transmission of the haplosporidian parasite MSX (Haplosporidium nelsoni) to the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) in an upwelling system.
A new epizootic of Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX), a haplosporidian oyster parasite, in Long Island Sound, Connecticut.
The cluster split into two subgroups, the lesser group representing the Cape Fear River, Pamlico Sound (Bays 48-49), and the Chesapeake Bay mouth tended to have fewer cestodes, fewer ciliates in the alimentary canal, high haplosporidian prevalence, and few Nematopsis relative to the sites in the larger subgroup (Delaware Bay to Savannah River in Fig.
Occurrence of a haplosporidian in native oysters (Ostrea lurida) from Yaquina bay and Alsea bay, Oregon.
The haplosporidian PCR assay did not produce any products in the size range expected.
Haplosporidian infections of the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg), in California and Japan.
Haplosporidians were routinely encountered in only two regions, the Southern Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions where Haplosporidium nelsoni is the dominant pathogen (Powell & Kim 2015).