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- 164-175. Mooney, Ben D., Gustaaf M. Hallegraeff, and Allen R. Place. "Ichthyotoxicity of four species of gymnodinioid dinoflagellates (Kareniaceae, Dinophyta)...
- secretions of boxfish (Ostraciidae) skin, while under stress. It is an ichthyotoxic, hemolytic, nonpeptide (which is relatively unusual, although similar...
-   Mooney, Ben D., Gustaaf M. Hallegraeff, and Allen R. Place. "Ichthyotoxicity of four species of gymnodinioid dinoflagellates (Kareniaceae, Dinophyta)...
- Ichthyotoxins are compounds which are either toxic to fish or are toxins produced by fish. They include euglenophycin and prymnesins, made by algae and...
- Red Sea Moses sole, is a small fish from the Red Sea that secretes an ichthyotoxic milky substance from the base of its dorsal and anal fins. This secretion...
- Euglenophycin is an ichthyotoxic compound isolated from Euglena sanguinea, a protist of the genus Euglena. It exhibits anticancer and herbicidal activity...
- Stereochemical ****ignments for Prymnesin-1 and Prymnesin-2: Potent Hemolytic and Ichthyotoxic Glycosides Isolated from the Red Tide Alga Prymnesium parvum". J. Am...
- stressed, this species may be able to exude deadly toxin, pahutoxin, an ichthyotoxic, hemolytic, heat-stable, non-dialyzable, non-protein poison in the mucous...
- 1) with the aim to identify the compounds responsible for the high ichthyotoxicity of the aqueous extract of this sponge. They were able to isolate the...
- ; ****, M. (December 2013). "Morphology, phylogeny, dynamics, and ichthyotoxicity of (Dinophyceae) isolates and blooms from New York, USA". Journal of...