order Fragilariales family Fragilariaceae genus ... Asterionella formosa Name Synonyms Asterionella gracillima var. Algae Details UTEX Number: FD480 Class: Bacillariophyceae Strain: Asterionella formosa Medium: Ag Diatom Medium (Ag) Origin: Description of Location: GPS: Type Culture: No Collection: Isolation: D. Czarnecki (5/16/04) Isolator Number: L1880 Deposition: D. … They are frequently found in star-shaped colonies of individuals. Asterionella is a genus of pennate freshwater diatoms. log_DOC = log concentration of dissolved organic carbon (mg/L) The Northern Dvina phytoplankton is typical of lowland rivers (Bryzgalo et al. The central sternum is very narrow and may not be distinguishable. As a model, we brought into stable laboratory culture a pairing between the bloom-forming diatom Asterionella formosa and a pathogenic chytrid identified as Rhizophydium planktonicum, isolated from Pavin Lake, France. These web pages are currently under construction and expansion. 2002), mainly consisting of diatoms and green algae, with Asterionella and Aulacoseira being dominant, and Cyclotella and Stephanodiscus occurring in some areas.In warm periods, Anabaena increases in number. 1990). Common names 福爾摩沙星杆藻 in language. acaroides synonym: UKSI Classification unranked Biota kingdom Chromista phylum Ochrophyta class Bacillariophyceae order Fragilariales family Fragilariaceae genus Asterionella species Asterionella formosa variety Asterionella formosa var. Asterionella fibula (Breb., 1849) Hustedt, 1952 Species: Asterionella formosa Hass. Valves are elongate, narrow, with capitate apices. The kQ of A. formosa compared to C. meneghiniana found in long‐term semicontinuous culture indicates that A. formosa is almost an order of magnitude more efficient at using internal phosphate for growth. acaroides Lemm. A clone of the diatom Asterionella formosa was studied to determine the ability of the species to photoacclimate as they were passed through a light gradient at varying rates. Irregular marginal spines may, or may not, be present. Visit #25 (February 18th, 2018) at Hostigates Lochs (South) View Photo Species Profile. Northwest Science. [Order] Tabellariales [Family] Tabellariaceae [Genus] Asterionella: Records associated with the species formosa: #V87R4 2. Copyright © 2021 Diatoms of North America, Search taxa, citations, glossary, contributors, and images. Correlation and multiple regression analyses revealed associations between plankton and chemical variables. and Cyclotella meneghiniana Kutz. "Effect of environmental conditions on various enzyme activities and triacylglycerol contents in cultures of the freshwater diatom, Asterionella forrnosa (Bacillariophyceae)". Asterionella is a genus of a diatom. Therefore one daughter cell is always smaller than the original cell. Asterionella formosa Name Synonyms Asterionella formosa f. acaroides (Lemmermann) Skabichevskii, 1960 Asterionella gracillima var. 2010) and to a lesser extent in shallow lakes of the Tetons (Spaulding et al. Compare to homotypic. log_HCO3 = log concentration of the bicarbonate ion (µeq/L) A. gracillima PMID 24355202. Format. Species: Asterionella gracilis Species: Asterionella gracillima (Hantzsch) Heib. STRAHLER = distribution plot of the Strahler Stream Order This increase is interpreted as a response to atmospheric nutrient enrichment. A. glacialis The central sternum is very narrow and may not be distinguishable. Spaulding, S. (2012). For example, relative abundance of A. formosa in Rocky Mountain National Park lake sediments approaches 60% in some lakes (Wolfe et al. 1990). were most abundant in summer. Information on the nutrient kinetics of Asterionella formosa Hass. Asterionella formosa lives in colonies, joined by mucilage pads. Valves are distinctly heteropolar. W1_HALL = an index that is a measure of streamside (riparian) human activity that ranges from 0 - 10, with a value of 0 indicating of minimal disturbance to a value of 10 indicating severe disturbance. The morphology of Asterionella formosa isolated from two contrasting lakes has been studied. In naming species, a heterotypic synonym is one that comes into being when a taxon becomes part of a different taxon. In particular, A. formosa has been used as a marker of “critical loads”, defined as the threshold of the nitrogen deposition rate above which there is a discernible ecological effect (Porter and Johnson 2007). The silica skeleton of a diatom cell (called the frustule) consists of an epitheca and an hypotheca. Asterionella formosa. Asterionella formosa is common in mesotrophic and eutrophic lakes globally and is one of the most common planktonic diatoms in these lakes in the northern hemisphere. Asterionella average cell size is 60–85 micrometers long and 2–4 micrometers wide. Asterionella formosa is a common diatom in the plankton of lakes and slow moving rivers. formosa Hass. EMBED = percent of the stream substrate that is embedded by sand and fine sediment 2003), 20-25% in lakes of the Beartooth Mountains (Saros et al. Hoh Lake, in western Washington, increased to more than 20% A. formosa in response to an estimated summer bulk deposition load of 1.0± 0.3 kg N ha-1 yr-1 (Sheibley et al. −1 in a medium containing Si: P in various concentration ratios. The sinking rates of colonies of a laboratory strain of Asterionella formosa were measured over a 5-year period, during which time mean cell length and cell volume reduced by almost an order of magnitude and the typical, stellate arrangement of eight-celled colonies was eventually lost. The striae are slightly off-set from one another at the central sternum. A rimoportula may be present at either pole, at both poles, or even more than one rimoportula at a pole (Körner 1969, Round et al. [4] Asterionella have no means of locomotion. Asterionella formosa is known to be susceptible to the chytrid fungus Zygorhizidium planktonicum. Many diatoms in low nutrient lakes respond with population increases even with relatively low loads of reactive nitrogen. Although A. formosa is common in mesotrophic and eutrophic lakes globally, it has been increasing in presence and abundance in oligotrophic alpine lakes. A single rimoportula is present at the footpole. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Asterionella&oldid=994331726, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 15 December 2020, at 04:21. A difference in type. For short-term K for silicate-limiled oyowlh of C. meneghiniana is less than that of A. Iormosa. SLOPE = stream reach gradient (degrees) Silva (1962) [monotypic] Family Fragilariaceaeᵀ Grev. Type Species Asterionella formosa Hass. Asterionella japonica Cleve 1882 Close. Direct Children: Variety: Asterionella formosa var. Taxonomy - Asterionella formosa (SPECIES) ))) Map to UniProtKB (177) Unreviewed (177) TrEMBL. Valves are long and narrow, with capitate apices. Marginal spines may, or may not be present. John E. Brittain, ... Lars-Evan Pettersson, in Rivers of Europe, 2009. Greater variation in valve length was observed in the strain from Llyn Coron, resulting in the separation of two morphologically distinct clones from the original isolate. A. formosa "Observations of a Diatom Chytrid Parasite in the Lower Columbia River". During asexual reproduction both thecae form the epitheca of the new daughter cell and each daughter produces a new hypotheca. A. formosa is almost an order of -ma onilll(le more cf- firien/ at internal PhosPhalc for o.row/h. The hypotheca is slightly smaller than the epitheca. (heterotypic) (Guiry and Guiry 2012) formosa (Hassall) Wislouch, 1921 Homonyms Asterionella formosa Hass. (1833) Genus Asterionella Hassall (1850) Asterionella formosa Hassall (1850) Asterionella gracillima (Hantzsch.) Studies of the seasonality of A. formosa date to the classic works of Lund (1950) in Windemere. This is called a hypersensitive reaction. Asterionella sp. Order: Fragilariales Silva Family: Fragilariaceae Greville Genus: Asterionella Hassall Species: Asterionella formosa Hass. The striae are uniseriate and somewhat irregularly spaced. acaroides Lemm. Format. log_PTL = log concentration of total phosphorus (µg/L) Mnemonic i-Taxon identifier i: 210441: Scientific name i: Asterionella formosa: Taxonomy navigation › Asterionella. Phylum : Chrysophyta Kelas : Bacillariophceae Ordo : Pennales ... Order : Cyclopoida Family : Cyclopoidae Genus : Cyclops Spesies : Cyclops sp. 2018-03-25 21:31:07 Janina Kownacka - Updated media metadata for Asterionella formosa_7.jpg ; 2018-03-25 21:27:35 Janina Kownacka - Added media: Asterionella formosa_7.jpg ; 2015-01-29 05:26:36 Aimar Rakko - Updated media metadata for Asterionella formosa_6.jpg ; 2015-01-29 05:25:46 Aimar Rakko - Added media: Asterionella formosa_6.jpg [ About COPEPEDIA] acaroides (Lemmermann) Cleve-Euler, 1953 Asterionella gracillima var. The cell quotas of P and Si changed in relation to the available concentrations of P and Si at constant μ= 0.11 and 0.16 d −1. Devlen Dykeman. Heterotypic. 2015). In order to regain their original size, it is usually assumed diatoms have to reproduce sexually, although this has not yet been observed in A. formosa. Heiberg (1863) Asterionella notata Grunow, in Van Heurck Asterionella ralfsii W. Sm. Terminal (leaf) node. #V24R11 1. ... Asterionella formosa. A. formosa is better able to grow at low PO4‐P concentrations than C. meneghiniana, as shown by its lower K for PO4‐P limited growth. Mekhalfi, Malika; Amara, Sawsan; Robert, Sylvie (June 2014). Asterionella formosa. DISTOT = an index of total human disturbance in the watershed that ranges from 1 - 100, with a value of 0 indicating of minimal disturbance to a value of 100 indicating severe disturbance. A. japonica A single rimoportula is present at the footpole (larger apex). Order: Fragilariaceae Superfamily: Fragilariaceae Family: Asterionella Genus: Asterionella glacialis Species: ... Asterionella glacialis: COPEPEDIA is an in-development project. under either phosphate or silicate limitation was obtained for use in a Monod model and in a variable internal stores model of growth. Diatoms respond, even to relatively low loads of anthropogenic reactive nitrogen, in low nutrient lakes. 88 (3): 234–245. The cells in the colony are attached by the apex by extracellular matter. It forms colonies that often consist of eight cells, but can vary up to 20 cells. In Diatoms of North America. This increase has been interpreted as a response to atmospheric nutrient enrichment (Saros et al. The elongate shape of the frustules and the spiral colonies are resistant to sinking in their planktonic habitat. Retrieved January 15, 2021, from https://diatoms.org/species/asterionella_formosa. doi:10.3955/046.088.0306. Living cells are joined in colonies, linked valve face to valve face, at the footpole by mucilage pads. Asterionella formosa. Fragilariaceae. Klasifikasi Phylum : Chlorophyta Kelas : Chlorophyceae Ordo : Zygnematales Genus : Gonatozygon Spesies : Gonatozygon monotaenium Ciri-ciri : memiliki klorofil,bentuk batang 2005, Saros et al. In SEM, the spines can be seen to be positioned between the striae. It is most likely a combination of gravity and currents that distribute the organism. 2010). Ciri-ciri : – Panjang tubuh sekitar 0,7-1,5 mm log_TURBIDITY = log of turbidity, a measure of cloudiness of water, in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Valves are distinctly heteropolar, or may have asymmetric margins, variable within a population. We herein discuss five cultures of parasitic chytrids on diatoms Aulacoseira spp. The silica skeleton of a diatom cell (called the frustule) consists of an epitheca and an hypotheca. Maier, Michelle A.; Peterson, Tawnya D. (Oct 2014). Species: Asterionella inflata Heiberg Species: Asterionella japonica Cleve Species: Asterionella kariana Species: Asterionella notata Species: Asterionella ralfsii W. Sm. The 15 response plots show an environmental variable (x axis) against the relative abundance (y axis) of Asterionella formosa from all the stream reaches where it was present. Transmission electron micrographs further show porefields at … 101: 21–30. Variety: Asterionella formosa var. acaroides (Lemmermann) Meister, 1912 Homonyms Asterionella formosa var. Cell Size: Length (apical axis) 30-150um Distribution: Found in nutrient-rich temperate lakes; is a major contributor to spring blooms. Körner (1970) considers A. gracillima to be synonymous with A. formosa. Therefore one daughter cell is always smaller than the original cell. The source for diatom identification and ecology. log_NA = log concentration of sodium (µeq/L) and Pediastrum sp. A number of varieties are treated in the same reference by Körner. In Windermere, and some other lakes in the English Lake District, the vernal increase of Asterionella formosa ceases when the concentration of silica in the water falls to approximately 0.5 mg/l. The hypotheca is slightly smaller than the epitheca. In order to regain their original size, it is usually assumed diatoms have to reproduce sexually, although this has not yet been observed in A. formosa. Summary. Asterionella formosa was most common in winter, while centric diatoms such as A. granulata, Cyclotella sp., Skeletonema potamos and Stephanodiscus sp. Order. They are often found in colonies of eight or more in the shape of a star, which is how they got their name. A. bleakeleyi 2014). Seven Asterionella formosa genotypes were isolated from a single water sample taken with a 5L Uwitec water sampler during an Asterionella spring bloom in January 2008 at 5m depth in Lake Maarsseveen. A. formosa is infected by three well-described chytrid species, Rhizophydium planktonicum Canter emend., Zygorhizidium planktonicum Canter, and Zygorhizidium affluens Canter. Family. The spines may also be irregularly spaced. log_SIO2 = log concentration of silicon (mg/L) The average size of an Asterionella colony is between 60 and 80 micrometers long, with each arm being 2-4 micrometers wide. Columnar incubators 4 m in height, held at 4 C, with a light gradient of 250 10 m mol photons m -2 sec -1 were used to simulate vertical mixing as found in Lake Michigan. However, there may also be other ways to rejuvenate.[1]. Algae Details UTEX Number: FD381 Class: Bacillariophyceae Strain: Asterionella formosa Medium: Ag Diatom Medium (Ag) Origin: Iowa, USA Description of Location: GPS: Type Culture: No Collection: D. Czarnecki Isolation: D. Czarnecki (11/18/96) Isolator Number: L1460 Deposition: D. Czarnecki (4/5/06) Relatives: Also Known As: Notes: By the way the cells are attached to each other, the colonies often look like stars or spiralling chains. were dominant in autumn, spring and early summer, and Scenedesmus sp., Coelastrum sp. Asterionella formosa var. The striae are slightly off-set from one another at the central sternum. PHSTVL = pH measured in a sealed syringe sample (pH units) log_NO3 = log concentration of nitrate (µeq/L) In order to assess the patterns of distribution of plankton species in relation to acidity, water chemistry, and physical characteristics, twenty lakes in Nova Scotia were selected for examination, with pH ranging from 3.5 to 7.6. Sarah Spaulding, Mark Edlund - Jan 2009 Reviewer. Lake Maarsseveen (52.142828 N, 5.085711 E, The Netherlands) is a dimictic, doi:10.1016/j.biochi.2013.12.004. A. formosa characterized by elongated valves with wide poles. However, th… 9.7.3 Biodiversity. (1856) The silicate-limilino' conditions a Iso between the 2 methods. Biochimie. Explanation of each environmental variable and units are as follows: ELEVATION = stream reach elevation (meters) North American Diatom Ecological Database. Hydrobiologia. Contributor. A. kariana. Order Fragilarialesᵀ P.C. Transmission electron micrographs further show porefields at both apices (Körner 1969). Responses of the planktonic diatom Asterionella formosa Hassall to abiotic environmental factors in a reservoir complex (south-eastern France). Fragilariales. Taxonomy - Asterionella (GENUS) ))) Map to UniProtKB (188) Unreviewed (188) TrEMBL. [2][3] If a chytrid attaches to an Asterionella cell, they can, however, protect others of their kind by committing apoptosis, or cellular suicide, stopping the spread of the parasite. Asterionella formosa is a common diatom in the plankton of lakes and slow moving rivers. Change History. Variety: Asterionella formosa var. Patrick and Reimer (1966) report maximum valve length of 130 µm in US specimens. During asexual reproduction both thecae form the epitheca of the new daughter cell and each daughter produces a new hypotheca. and Asterionella formosa. In particular, A. formosa has been a marker of "critical loads", defined as the threshold of nitrogen deposition rate below which there is no discernible ecological effect (Porter and Johnson 2007). During four months in culture the valve length of five isolates decreased. In North America, populations of A. formosa, along with Fragilaria crotonensis Kitton, have been shown to increase greatly with increases of reactive nitrogen (Nr) in oligotrophic alpine lakes of the Rocky Mountains. Mnemonic i-Taxon identifier i: 35129: Scientific name i: Asterionella: Taxonomy navigation › Fragilariaceae. Note that the relative abundance scale is the same on each plot. log_COND = log concentration of specific conductivity (µS/cm) A small apical porefield is present on the margin of the footpole. 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