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Vol 808 ◽  
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Vol 204 (1) ◽  
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Zoology ◽  
2022 ◽  
pp. 126002
Jia Hu ◽  
Hong Wang ◽  
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Animals ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
pp. 80
Blondine Agus ◽  
Pierluigi Carbonara ◽  
Riccardo Melis ◽  
Rita Cannas ◽  
Laura Carugati ◽  

An integrative approach based on morphological and genetic analyses was undertaken for the first time to confirm the species identification of Mediterranean samples belonging to the genus Tremoctopus. Sequences of two mtDNA genes (cytochrome c oxidase subunit (COI) and 16S) were generated for the first time from Mediterranean samples. Both the similarity-based identifications and tree-based methods indicated that three females can be identified as Tremoctopus violaceus sensu stricto in agreement with their morphological classifications. All Mediterranean sequences clustered with the sequences of Tremoctopus violaceus from the Gulf of Mexico and were clearly differentiated from the sequences attributed to T. gracilis and T. robsoni. The chromatic pattern of the web and some features of gill filaments, arms formula, stylets, radulae, beaks, and stomach contents were given for all the samples; 105,758, 20,140, and 11,237 oocytes were estimated in the mature, immature, and developing samples, respectively. The presence of four spermatangia inside the cavity of the maturing female suggested the ability of this species to mate before reaching full maturity with more partners. Age investigation using beaks, performed for the first time in T. violaceus and within the genus gave results consistent with the different sizes and maturity conditions of the samples.

M.M. Pawade ◽  
P.P. Mhase ◽  
D.M. Muglikar ◽  
V.D. Lonkar ◽  
P.V. Mehere ◽  

Avian pox diseases are contagious and slow spreading viral infections in birds. The present study was aim to, isolate and molecular characterization of turkeypox virus from a clinical case. Ten out of the twelve scab lesions sample collected from clinically suspected cases were positive for avian pox viurs (APV) based on virus isolation and polymerase chain reaction. We conducted genetic characterization of the APV strain. The phylogenetic analyses of P4b gene APV genome indicated that, avian poxviruses fragments sequenced in this study clustered along the A clade of avipoxviruses, genetically related to Indian fowl pox virus isolated from chicken, showing 99% homology.

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