Mononchus aquaticus (Nematoda) - Beuteerwerb und Nahrungsaufnahme

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Title
Mononchus aquaticus (Nematoda) - Beuteerwerb und Nahrungsaufnahme
Alternative Title
Mononchus aquaticus (Nematoda) - Preying and Feeding
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IWF Signature
E 2376
Publisher
Release Date
1978
Language
Silent film
Producer
IWF
Production Year
1975

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IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 45 m ; SW, 4 min

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Abstract
Fadenwurm. Das Beutetier, hier der saprozoisch lebende Nematode Panagrellus redivivus, wird nach offenbar zufälligem Auffinden und nach äußerst kurzem abtastenden Lippenkontakt sofort angegriffen. Die Nahrungsaufnahme erfolgt erst, nachdem der Dorsalzahn der Mundhöhlenkapsel die Cuticula des Beutetieres verletzt hat.
Preying and feeding of M. aquaticus is shown at normal speed. The prey (in this case the saprozoic nematode Panagrellus redivivus) is immediately attacked after an apparently coincidental encounter and after a very short probing lip contact, which may be even absent. Ingestion, however, will only occur after the cuticular injury by the predator's tooth of the buccal capsule.
Keywords Fadenwurm Wurm / Fadenwurm Panagrellus redivivus Mononchus aquaticus Nahrungsaufnahme / Nemathelminthes Beuteerwerb / Nematoda prey capture / Nematoda ingestion / Nemathelminthes Mononchus aquaticus Panagrellus redivivus threadworm nematode Encyclopaedia Cinematographica

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