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Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates (Soil Biology)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microbiology (non-medical),
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - Microbiology,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology,
  • Cellulose Digestion,
  • Gut Microbiota,
  • Intestinal Habitats,
  • Science / Microbiology,
  • Intestines,
  • Microbiology,
  • Soil invertebrates,
  • Termites

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHelmut König (Editor), Ajit Varma (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages483
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9055805M
    ISBN 103540281800
    ISBN 109783540281801

    Like other termites, Macrotermitinae are soil engineers, mixing their salivary secretions with soil particles to make their strong, hard mounds and galleries. Their mounds are some of the largest built by any species of termite, with volumes of thousands of litres and lasting for many : Insecta. Along with earthworms and ants, termites are the third major earthmoving group of invertebrates. Termites are social insects with a well-developed caste system. Through their ability to digest wood they have become economic pests of major importance in some regions of the world (Lee and Wood, ; Bignell and Eggleton, ).Termites are highly successful, .

    Intestinal microorganisms of termites and other invertebrates. Springer; pp. – Davies RG, Eggleton P, Jones DT, Gathorne-Hardy F, Hernándes LM. Evolution of termite functional diversity: analysis and synthesis of local ecological and regional influences on local species richness. Journal of Biogeography. ; –Cited by: 2.   Symbiotic digestion of lignocellulose in termite guts. R. in Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates (eds König, A. Symbiotic digestion of lignocellulose in termite Cited by:

    TermsVector search | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. 5,, Books Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg microorganisms feeding cells bacterial appl fig cellulose diversity intestinal fungus symbiotic biol Soil invertebrates harbour a complex microbial community in their intestinal system. The total number of microbes in the hindgut of soil invertebrates can reach a titre of 10 11 ml − gut microbes play an indispensable role in the digestion of food and are of ecological importance in the global carbon by:


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For the first time, "Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates" focuses on the microbes in gut systems of soil animals. It starts with a profound overview of the biology of soil invertebrates. A major part deals with the gut microbiota of termites, the best investigated gut system of invertebrates.

: Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates (Soil Biology (6)) (): König, Helmut, Varma, Ajit: BooksFormat: Hardcover. For the first time, "Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates" focuses on the microbes in gut systems of soil animals.

It starts with a profound overview of the biology of soil invertebrates. exclusive of carriage charges. Prices and other details are subject to change without notice.

All errors and omissions excepted. Distribution rights for India: Researchco Book Centre, New Delhi, India H. König, A. Varma (Eds.) Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates Series: Soil Biology, Vol. 6 First book on that topic.

Publication Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. Soil microorganisms play a major role in the degradation and recycling of organic material.

Microbes are involved in the food web and strongly contribute to soil fertility. A major part deals with the gut microbiota of termites, the best investigated gut system of invertebrates. Termites are important soil processors in tropical and subtropical regions.

For the first time, "Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates" focuses on the microbes in gut systems of soil animals. 5 Intestinal Microbiota of Terrestrial Isopods Rok Kostanjsek, Jasna Strus, Ales Lapanje, Gorazd Avgustin, Maja Rupnik, Damjana Drobne Introduction Structure and Function of the Digestive System The Microbiota of the Digestive System Bacteria in the Gut Fungi and Protozoa in the Gut The intestinal tract of invertebrates is inhabited by a diversity of microbes, and it is closely associated with the food ingested.

The aim of this work was to evaluate the profile of prokaryotes associated with the intestinal tract of three invertebrate : Dayana da Silva Correia, Samuel Ribeiro Passos, Diogo Neves Proença, Paula Vasconcelos Morais, Gusta.

Bignell D.E. () Termites as Soil Engineers and Soil Processors. In: König H., Varma A. (eds) Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. Soil Biology, vol by: Eisenbeis G.

() Biology of Soil Invertebrates. In: König H., Varma A. (eds) Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. Soil Biology, vol by: 8. a-The termite's digestive tract produces fast-acting meat-digesting enzymes.

b-The termite has a jawbone and muscles that are adapted for side-to-side grinding movements. c-The termite has a symbiotic relationship with cellulose-digesting microorganisms in its digestive tract.

d-The termite has flattened molars that grind wood. Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. Part of the Soil Biology book series (SOILBIOL Kumari R.

et al. () Microbiology of Termite Hill (Mound) and Soil. In: König H., Varma A. (eds) Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. Soil Biology, vol 6. Springer, Berlin, by: 2.

Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. May E () The behavior of the intestinal protozoa of termites at the time of the last ecdysis. Brugerolle G., Radek R. () Symbiotic Protozoa of Termites. In: König H., Varma A. (eds) Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates.

Soil Biology, vol 6 Cited by: Coughtrey PJ, Martin MH, Chard J, Shales SW () Micro-organisms and metal retention in the woodlouse Oniscus asellus.

Soil Biol Biochem –27 CrossRef Google Scholar Dobson SL, Bourtzis K, Braig HR, Jones BF, Zhou W, Rousset F, O’Neill SL () Wolbachia infections are distributed throughout insect somatic and germ line by: "Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates focuses on the microbes in gut systems of soil animals.

It starts with a profound overview of the biology of soil invertebrates. A major part deals with the gut microbiota of termites, the best investigated gut system of invertebrates. Editor(s): König, H.; Varma, A. Subject: Ecological Microbiology Evolutionary Microbiology Research Programm of Institute for Water and Wetland ResearchCited by: Byzov B.A.

() Intestinal Microbiota of Millipedes. In: König H., Varma A. (eds) Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates. Soil Biology, vol by: This is a research-oriented review of the biology of termites. There is a strong emphasis on the gains made from modern technologies and contemporary concepts, for example the molecular and morphological phylogenies, social theory, the culture of fastidious microorganisms, microelectrode probing, natural stable isotope analysis and protein purification.

Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates Más formas de comprar: visita un Apple Store, llama al o encuentra un distribuidor. Moreover, the most abundant bacteria in the termite's hindgut, the spirochetes, play an important role in the digestion process and are highly resistant to rifampin (12).

Hence, the facts that (i) rifampin did not eradicate protozoan symbionts of Z. angusticollis, (ii) Cited by: Intestinal Microorganisms of Termites and Other Invertebrates Mar. 20 شركة مكافحة النمل الابيض بالرياض - إباده فوريه | شركة تويكسات.The hindgut of the dampwood termite Zootermopsis nevadensis has one of the highest densities of microbes found on earth and includes bacteria, archaea and eukaryotes of all shapes and sizes.

Protozoa in the termite gut breakdown the polysaccharides in wood to produce acetate; a food source for the termite.