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The importance of feeding status and desiccation rate in successful anhydrobiosis of Panagrolaimus detritophagus

Shakiba Salehian UGent, Bart Braeckman UGent, Lynda Beladjal UGent, Wim Bert UGent, James S Clegg and Johan Mertens UGent (2011) NEMATOLOGY. 13(2). p.185-191
abstract
We examined the effect of nutritional status and desiccation rate on the ability of Panagrolaimus detritophagus to undergo anhydrobiosis, as well as to survive high temperatures in the dried state. Both nutrition and drying rate were found to be important, with starvation and slow drying providing better success at anhydrobiosis. The upper temperature for survival of dried animals in laboratory studies was 80 degrees C. Starved worms recovered from drying more successfully when the starvation period was followed by a smooth, gradual dry period prior to undergoing desiccation. Thus, the ability of these worms to enter and leave anhydrobiosis is dependent on critical stress signals.
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PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODE, NEMATODE DITYLENCHUS-DIPSACI, ANTARCTIC DRY VALLEYS, MORPHOLOGICAL-CHANGES, SOIL NEMATODES, SURVIVAL, WATER, LIFE, TEMPERATURE, PHYSIOLOGY, starvation, nematodes, heat resistance, desiccation
journal title
NEMATOLOGY
Nematology
volume
13
issue
2
pages
185 - 191
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Article
Web of Science id
000287942200005
JCR category
ZOOLOGY
JCR impact factor
0.911 (2011)
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86/146 (2011)
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3 (2011)
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1388-5545
DOI
10.1163/138855410X512656
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English
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A1
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1106629
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1106629
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2011-01-20 21:23:11
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2011-03-23 15:58:07
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  abstract     = {We examined the effect of nutritional status and desiccation rate on the ability of Panagrolaimus detritophagus to undergo anhydrobiosis, as well as to survive high temperatures in the dried state. Both nutrition and drying rate were found to be important, with starvation and slow drying providing better success at anhydrobiosis. The upper temperature for survival of dried animals in laboratory studies was 80 degrees C. Starved worms recovered from drying more successfully when the starvation period was followed by a smooth, gradual dry period prior to undergoing desiccation. Thus, the ability of these worms to enter and leave anhydrobiosis is dependent on critical stress signals.},
  author       = {Salehian, Shakiba and Braeckman, Bart and Beladjal, Lynda and Bert, Wim and Clegg, James S and Mertens, Johan},
  issn         = {1388-5545},
  journal      = {NEMATOLOGY},
  keyword      = {PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODE,NEMATODE DITYLENCHUS-DIPSACI,ANTARCTIC DRY VALLEYS,MORPHOLOGICAL-CHANGES,SOIL NEMATODES,SURVIVAL,WATER,LIFE,TEMPERATURE,PHYSIOLOGY,starvation,nematodes,heat resistance,desiccation},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {185--191},
  title        = {The importance of feeding status and desiccation rate in successful anhydrobiosis of Panagrolaimus detritophagus},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/138855410X512656},
  volume       = {13},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Salehian, Shakiba, Bart Braeckman, Lynda Beladjal, Wim Bert, James S Clegg, and Johan Mertens. 2011. “The Importance of Feeding Status and Desiccation Rate in Successful Anhydrobiosis of Panagrolaimus Detritophagus.” Nematology 13 (2): 185–191.
APA
Salehian, S., Braeckman, B., Beladjal, L., Bert, W., Clegg, J. S., & Mertens, J. (2011). The importance of feeding status and desiccation rate in successful anhydrobiosis of Panagrolaimus detritophagus. NEMATOLOGY, 13(2), 185–191.
Vancouver
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Salehian S, Braeckman B, Beladjal L, Bert W, Clegg JS, Mertens J. The importance of feeding status and desiccation rate in successful anhydrobiosis of Panagrolaimus detritophagus. NEMATOLOGY. 2011;13(2):185–91.
MLA
Salehian, Shakiba, Bart Braeckman, Lynda Beladjal, et al. “The Importance of Feeding Status and Desiccation Rate in Successful Anhydrobiosis of Panagrolaimus Detritophagus.” NEMATOLOGY 13.2 (2011): 185–191. Print.