Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences

In commercial astaciculture, Diceratocephala boschmai is known to be an ectosymbiont temnocephalid that is widely distributed on Cherax spp., freshwater crayfish native to Australia. This study makes the first report of D. boschmai in samples collected from C. destructor from crayfish farms in Thailand. A description of its internal anatomy is given, and its topographic surface is described using scanning electron microscopy. The phylogeny of D. boschmai in the Rhabdocoela was analyzed for the first time based on 18S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) sequences. Based on the 18S rDNA sequences, temnocephalids, including D. boschmai, are monophyletic within Rhabdocoela. The congruence between molecular data and morphological information is discussed in the text. The findings reported in the present study add to the body of knowledge on temnocephalids.

Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences

In commercial astaciculture, Diceratocephala boschmai is known to be an ectosymbiont temnocephalid that is widely distributed on Cherax spp., freshwater crayfish native to Australia. This study makes the first report of D. boschmai in samples collected from C. destructor from crayfish farms in Thailand. A description of its internal anatomy is given, and its topographic surface is described using scanning electron microscopy. The phylogeny of D. boschmai in the Rhabdocoela was analyzed for the first time based on 18S ribosomal DNA (rDNA) sequences. Based on the 18S rDNA sequences, temnocephalids, including D. boschmai, are monophyletic within Rhabdocoela. The congruence between molecular data and morphological information is discussed in the text. The findings reported in the present study add to the body of knowledge on temnocephalids.

Kaynakça

Ingroup Temnosewellia minor AY157183 Lockyer et al. (2003)

Temnocephala sp. 1 AJ012520 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Temnocephala sp. 2 AF051332 Baguna et al. (2001)

Diceratocephala boschmai KC517073 This study

Didymorchis sp. AY157182 Lockyer et al. (2003)

Castrella truncata AY775777 Willems et al. (2006)

Microdalyellia rossi AJ012515 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Mesostoma lingua AY775759 Willems et al. (2006)

Strongylostoma elongatum AY775771 Willems et al. (2006)

Castrada viridis AY775753 Willems et al. (2006)

Phaenocora unipunctata AY775762 Willems et al. (2006)

Olisthanella truncula AY775761 Willems et al. (2006)

Gyratrix hermaphroditus AY775739 Willems et al. (2006)

Polycystis naegelii AY775743 Willems et al. (2006)

Pseudomonocelis ophiocephala AY775735 Willems et al. (2006)

Diascorhynchus rubrus AJ012508 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Acrorhynchides robustus AY775737 Willems et al. (2006)

Cirrifera sopottehlersae AY775733 Willems et al. (2006)

Coelogynopora axi AY775734 Willems et al. (2006)

Paromalostomum fusculum AJ012531 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Haplopharynx rostratus AJ012511 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Geocentrophora wagini AJ012509 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Schizochilus caecus AJ775747 Willems et al. (2006)

Geocentrophora baltica AF065417 Noren and Jondelius (1999)

Nematoplana coelogynoporoides AJ012516 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Polystylophora novaehollandiae AJ270161 Littlewood et al. (2000)

Provortex tubiferus AJ312269 Noren and Jondelius (2002)

Pterastericola australis AJ012518 Littlewood et al. (1999)

Cheliplana cf. orthocirra AJ012507 Littlewood et al. (1999) Outgroup

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Bibtex @ { tbtkzoology152887, journal = {Turkish Journal of Zoology}, issn = {1300-0179}, eissn = {1303-6114}, address = {}, publisher = {TÜBİTAK}, year = {2014}, volume = {38}, pages = {471 - 478}, doi = {10.3906/kim-1208-10}, title = {Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences}, key = {cite}, author = {Ngamnıyom, Arin and Srıyapaı, Thayad and Sılprasıt, Kun} }
APA Ngamnıyom, A , Srıyapaı, T , Sılprasıt, K . (2014). Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences . Turkish Journal of Zoology , 38 (4) , 471-478 . DOI: 10.3906/kim-1208-10
MLA Ngamnıyom, A , Srıyapaı, T , Sılprasıt, K . "Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences" . Turkish Journal of Zoology 38 (2014 ): 471-478 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tbtkzoology/issue/12602/152887>
Chicago Ngamnıyom, A , Srıyapaı, T , Sılprasıt, K . "Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences". Turkish Journal of Zoology 38 (2014 ): 471-478
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EndNote %0 Turkish Journal of Zoology Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences %A Arin Ngamnıyom , Thayad Srıyapaı , Kun Sılprasıt %T Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences %D 2014 %J Turkish Journal of Zoology %P 1300-0179-1303-6114 %V 38 %N 4 %R doi: 10.3906/kim-1208-10 %U 10.3906/kim-1208-10
ISNAD Ngamnıyom, Arin , Srıyapaı, Thayad , Sılprasıt, Kun . "Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences". Turkish Journal of Zoology 38 / 4 (Mayıs 2014): 471-478 . https://doi.org/10.3906/kim-1208-10
AMA Ngamnıyom A , Srıyapaı T , Sılprasıt K . Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences. Turkish Journal of Zoology. 2014; 38(4): 471-478.
Vancouver Ngamnıyom A , Srıyapaı T , Sılprasıt K . Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences. Turkish Journal of Zoology. 2014; 38(4): 471-478.
IEEE A. Ngamnıyom , T. Srıyapaı ve K. Sılprasıt , "Diceratocephala boschmai (Platyhelminthes: Temnocephalida) from crayfish farms in Thailand: investigation of the topographic surface and analysis of 18S ribosomal DNA sequences", Turkish Journal of Zoology, c. 38, sayı. 4, ss. 471-478, May. 2014, doi:10.3906/kim-1208-10

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