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Seasonal stability of a flexible algal-cnidarian symbiosis in a highly variable temperate environment. Limnology and Ocranography Translocation of photosynthetic carbon from two algal symbionts to the sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima. Contrast between solitary and clonal lifestyles in the sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima.
An analysis of the defensive mechanisms observed in the anemone Anthopleura elegantissima in response to its nudibranch predator Aeolidia papillosa. The sea anemones of central California part II.
The endomyarian and mesomyarian anemones.
The Wasmann Journal of Biology Biogeography of two species of Symbiodinium Freudenthal inhabiting the intertidal sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima Brandt. Phylogenetic placement of "zoochlorellae" Chlorophytaalgal symbiont of the temperate sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima.
Symbiont expulsion from the anemone Anthopleura elegantissima Brandt Cnidaria; Anthozoa. Genetic relationships within and between clonal and solitary forms of the sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima revisited: The effects of temperature and light on two algal populations in the temperate sea anemone Anthopleura elegantissima Brandt, Habitat suitability, reproductive ecology and the plasticity of body size in two sea anemone populations.
Dissertation, University of Washington. Biogeography and microhabitat variation in temperate algal-invertebrate symbioses: Zooxanthellae and zoochlorellae in two Pacific intertidal sea anemones, Anthopleura elegantissima and A.
Symbiont distribution along a light gradient within an intertidal cave. Limnology and Oceanography Clonal and solitary anemones Anthopleura of western North America: Carbon budget studies of symbiotic cnidarian anemones--evidence in support of some assumptions. Photosynthesis and respiration of two species of algal symbionts in the anemone Anthopleura elegantissima Brandt Cnidaria; Anthozoa.
A comparative analysis of the photobiology of zooxanthellae and zoochlorellae symbiotic with the temperate clonal anemone Anthopleura elegantissima Brandt. Effect of light intensity.
Locations, abundances, unusual behaviors, etc.: The three photos above and at left show some variations on the distribution of green color and the pattern of tubercles verrucae on the column of Anthopleura elegantissima. Photos by Dave Cowles in lab, April This large individual, wedged between intertidal boulders at Seal Beach, OR, shows how the verrucae are often arranged in vertical rows.
Photo by Dave Cowles, Sept The Anthopleura elegantissima at the bottom right of this photo has nearly completed dividing. The individual at the bottom left is probably part of the same clone because the anemones are touching each other without fighting. This individual, in the lab, is near the final stages of dividing.
Its length is 8 cm and its width is 2 cm. Final separation is slow, at least for this individual. This photo is from 3 days later, Nov 13 at 2 pm For a time-lapse movie of the final stages of the division click here.
The movie is speeded up x over real time. Here is another individual with acrorhagia extended. July The A. Photo by Dave Cowles The border between different clones is often visible as a bare line, as in this photo from Beach 4, Olympic National Park. Photo by Dave Cowles, July Several clones in this tidepool, each of which looks slightly different, are separated by a bare, unoccupied line.
Several individuals along the margins have attack tentacles exposed.The Giant Green Anemone Anthopleura xanthogrammica is one of the most spectacular anemones. They can be quite large, up to about 11" (30 cm) tall and " (17 cm) wide, and are very green.
They look somewhat like a plant or flower, but they are actually animals. The aggregating anemone (Anthopleura elegantissima), or clonal anemone, is the most abundant species of sea anemone found on rocky, tide swept shores along the Pacific coast of North America. This cnidarian hosts endosymbiotic algae called zooxanthellae that contribute substantially to primary productivity in the intertidal regardbouddhiste.comm: Animalia.
The Giant Green Anemone Anthopleura xanthogrammica is one of the most spectacular anemones. They can be quite large, up to about 11" (30 cm) tall and " (17 cm) wide, and are very green. They look somewhat like a . Description. A. elegantissima: clonal anemone with radiating lines on oral disk, up to 8 cm across tentacular crown Anthopleura elegantissima and Anthopleura sola were described as genetically, ecologically, and developmentally distinct by Pearse and Francis ().
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