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Jellyfish blooms in the Mediterranean. It should be also important to explain how venom acts against cells and to clarify the mechanisms which damage biomembranes and alter membrane permeability. The jellyfish bloom gave rise to epidemiological studies, which were carried out mostly in the Adriatic area [ 99 — ] and in the Eastern Mediterranean region [ ].

Trace elements in tentacles from the jellyfish Pelagia noctiluca. Monitoring and biological characteristics. Sphingophosphonolipid molecular species from edible mollusks and a jellyfish.

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Mitochondrial alteration caused by cnidarian toxins: The relationship of the possible allergic response to jellyfish envenomation and serum antibody titers. The influence of water cnidaaires on swimming behaviour of Pelagia noctiluca was emphasized [ 33 ]; this factor could account for coastal aggregations occurring in the Adriatic coasts in summer.

Besides, the recent availability of genomic data unraveled the putative presence of orthologues in even more distant phyla such as cnidaria, placozoa and even many procaryotes.

Spindle disturbances in mammalian cells. In the Mediterranean Sea swarms of Pelagia noctiluca occur usually in pelagic waters from March to May; in summer months, from June and August, isolated big specimens can also appear [ 12 ].

A high amount of free fatty acids On the whole, salinity was indicated to exert an influence on jellyfish behaviour and distribution as evidenced in field observations [ 45 ]. The testicular isoform tACE is required for male fertility. Pelagia noctiluca stings are usually limited to the skin surface and cause only erythematous, edematous, and vesicular topical lesions [ 9091 ], with local pain which persists for 1—2 weeks [ 91 ], while systemic complications or cutaneous infections are infrequent [ 92 ].


Contribution to the understanding of blooms in the marine environment. Acta Derm Venereol Stockholm ; Local and systemic reactions from jellyfish stings. The morphology of nematocysts of Pelagia noctiluca was observed during early twentieth century [ 6667 ]; subsequently [ 6 ] three types of nematocysts were described: Support Center Support Center. Cell Biol Int Rep. Nematocyst morphology and discharge The nematocysts of Pelagia noctiluca can be found on the umbrella, oral arms and tentacles; they have been classified into five morphological types [ 6872 ] and recently they were separated into three groups [ 59 ].

It is well known that jellyfish stings can induce both local and general symptoms [ 83 ] and sometimes can be lethal to humans [ 84 ].

Lack of knowledge A lot remains unknown, both about the ecology and toxicity of Pelagia noctiluca and several aspects remain to be clarified to explain its complex biological and ecological role in the marine environment.

Clurs main period concerned was —; then, as suddenly it arose, the phenomenon finished quickly, even though sporadic proliferations were recorded in subsequent years. Moreover, the characterization of an active ACE in a cnisaires indicates that the ancestor isoform was already functional. Occurrences of Pelagia noctiluca in North Adriatic coastal areas.

Strandings of Pelagia noctiluca were observed in on beaches of the western coast of Ireland [ 9 ]. Chez l’Homme, trois ECAs co-existent. Anthozoa crude venom on cultured cells. We would like to show you a description here but the site wont allow us.

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The Scyphomedusae off the Mediterranean Coast of Israel. Some causes of the blooms and unusual distribution of the jellyfish Pelagia noctiluca in the Mediterranean Adriatic.

Characterization of protein components of cjidaires capsule fluid ad of the capsule wall of the nematocysts coyrs Pelagia noctiluca.

P ratios and stable carbon and hydrogen isotopes in the benthic marine algae, Ulva rigida C. The action of some glutathione-specific agents in V79 Chinese hamster cells, changes in levels of free sulfhydryls and ATP, c-mitosis and effects on DNA metabolism.


Conclusions Distribution and bloom A satisfactory explanation of the bloom of Pelagia noctiluca in the Mediterranean, and partly in Atlantic waters has not been provided, even though several causes have been indicated as responsible of the phenomenon; a number of scientists have supposed that it could be the result of natural cyclic fluctuations, already described in several species, correlated with environmental or trophic factors [ 232836414246 ].

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The jellyfish bloom in the Ligurian Sea — Are irregular plankton phenomena getting more frequent in the northern Adriatic Sea?. As Pelagia noctiluca is a top predator and its feeding activity is exerted on several zooplankters, including eggs and larvae of nektonic and benthic organisms, this impact could have affected remarkably prey populations and consequently caused lower production [ ].

Fauna e cnidaies del Mediterraneo.

cnidairds Ecological and medical aspects of jellyfish poisoning. Immediate pain, distress, occurrence of urticaria-like lesions and dyspnoea after massive stingings were reported [ 94 ]. Preliminary report on the occurrence of Pelagia noctiluca Semaeostomeae, Pelagiidae in Northern Adriatic. Scyphozoa is a small pelagic jellyfish generally pink- mauve- or light brown-coloured, with a phosphorescent bell measuring 3 to 12 cm in diameter in adult specimens, whose edge is provided with lappets and tentacles; in this species the nematocysts stud the tentacles, cnidqires oral arms, as well as the upper surface of the bell [ 1 ].

Coirs cytotoxic properties of Pelagia noctiluca crude venom have been experimentally assessed by short-term [ ] and long-term [ ] tests on cultured cells by trypan blue dye exclusion, neutral red, colony forming efficiency and genotoxicity assay.

Anyhow, the venom of Pelagia noctiluca showed remarkable cytotoxicity, and killed all treated cells at highest tested concentration within two hours.