Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Invertebrates

Ecophysiology and Management

Edited by Sajal Ray

University of Calcutta

Co-editors:

Genaro Diarte-Plata

Instituto Politecnico Nacional (CIIDIR Sinaloa)

Ruth Escamilla-Montes

Instituto Politecnico Nacional (CIIDIR Sinaloa)

Invertebrates exhibit a wide range of diversity in body plan, physiology, behaviour, adaptation and preferences for habitat and food. Their relationship with the environment is unique and multidimensional. This book is organized into two sections containing chapters on the frontier areas of research in ecophysiology and management-related problems of various invertebrates. Topics covered include hibernation physiology; the amelioration potential of drug and parasitic host response of molluscs; the genetics and biology of hydrocorals; and current trends of management, aquaculture, and harvesting of ecologically and economically important molluscs and sponges. This book is an enriched edition of invertebrate zoology and is a useful source of information for researchers and students in various disciplines. In recent years, a paradigm shift in research on invertebrates has occurred under the backdrop of climate change and environmental contamination. This important shift in the research is well reflected in this book.

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InvertebratesEcophysiology and ManagementEdited by Sajal Ray

Published: January 22nd 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78745

ISBN: 978-1-83968-552-1

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-551-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-553-8

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Indoor Hibernation of Helix aspersa Juveniles

By George Andrei Draghici, Cristina Deheleana, Razvan Susan, Delia Berceanu-Văduva and Dragoş Nica

43

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2. Ecology, Biology and Genetics of Millepora Hydrocorals on Coral Reefs

By Caroline E. Dubé, Chloé A.F. Bourmaud, Alexandre Mercière, Serge Planes and Emilie Boissin

115

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3. Chemoprotective Effect of Edible Gastropod, Xancus pyrum and Its Usefulness in the Amelioration of Cisplatin Induced Toxicity

By Jayaprakash Bindhu and Das Arunava

40

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4. Intermediate Host Snails of Human Schistosomes in the Senegal River Delta: Spatial Distribution According to Physicochemical Parameters

By Raphael Abdoulaye Ndione, Sidy Bakhoum, Chistopher Haggerty, Nicolas Jouanard, Simon Senghor, Papa Demba Ndao, Gilles Riveau and Cheikh Tidiane Ba

205

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5. Reproductive Biology, Seed Production, and Culture of the Hawaiian Limpet Cellana sandwicensis (Pease, 1861)

By Hua Thai Nhan and Harry Ako

108

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6. Sponge Fishery and Aquaculture in Cuba: Impacts and Challenges

By Betanzos-Vega Abel, Mazón-Suástegui José Manuel, Formoso-García Mario and Avilés-Quevedo María Araceli

234

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7. Spectral Discrimination of Live and Bleached Corals: A Case Study on Turbinaria peltata (Esper, 1794) Using Field Spectroscopy

By Nandini Ray Chaudhury, Ashwin Gujrati, T.V.R. Murthy and C.H. Satyanarayana

97

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8. Formation, Persistence, and Recovery of Glass Sponge Reefs: A Case Study

By Jeffrey B. Marliave, Laura A. Borden, Jessica A. Schultz, Donna M. Gibbs and Glen J. Dennison

224

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9. Artisanal Harvest of Shellfish in the Northeastern Atlantic: The Example of Limpet and Topshell Fisheries in the Archipelago of Madeira

By Ricardo Sousa, Rodrigo Riera, Joana Vasconcelos, Lídia Gouveia, Ana Rita Pinto, João Delgado, Adriana Alves, José A. González, Mafalda Freitas and Paulo Henriques

155

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10. Assemblage of Gastropods in the Rocky Intertidal Zone of Asry Beach, Kingdom of Bahrain

By Belen T. Lumeran

83

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