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Esponjas marinhas do Estado do Rio de Janeiro: Received 20 January Accepted 24 April Available online Several adults and the corresponding larvae of marine sponges are known as rich sources of secondary metabolites. Assays with sea stars.

Despite the large literature about sponges chemical defenses in the Guam – tropical Pacific e. Control gels were made in the same way, but without any extract.

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We do not know if these chemicals may act together and potentiate their effects synergistic effect. The treatment was prepared by adding 0,9 g of powdered squid and 15 ml of water to 0,4 g of carrageenan in order to yield a final volume of 20 ml and produce a similar concentration of that found in H.


The multidrug resistance-like mechanism in the marine sponge Tethya aurantium. Chemical warfare on coral reefs: Sponges are a rich source of secondary metabolites, producing the most numerous and diversified compounds BLUNT, and previous reviews with wide spectrum of biological activities, such as cytotoxic, ichthyotoxic, anti-bacteria, anti-fungic and neurotoxic e.

Chemical profile of adults and buds of the chemically defended marine sponge Tethya maza

Palatability and chemical defenses of marine invertebrate larvae. Biogeography of sponge chemical ecology: Buds were removed from adult individuals of T. Digestibility of the sponge Chondrila nucula in the green turtle Chelonia mydas. In addition, several marine sponges worldwide are known to have chemical defense mechanisms that help protect them against predation, including species from tropical, temperate, and cold seas Thoms and Schupp, Prey nutritional quality and the effectiveness of chemical defenses against tropical reef fishes.

Among the three different extracts, only one produced with n -hexane inhibited the consumption by the sea urchin L. On the contrary, artificial foods prepared with the extracts CE2 and CE3 increased the consumption by L.

All extracts used in experiments high, medium and low polarities were effective to inhibit the consumption by the hermit crab Licro. Synthesis and evaluation of diverse thio avarol derivatives as potential UVB photoprotective candidates. Therefore, these chemicals can be a response to this elevated consumption pressure. Quantitative information concerning sterols was obtained from Frd area percent data.


Thus, definition about the nature of substances involved in defensive process is not possible. The buds form an extra physical-chemical barrier protecting Tethya0 s body. However, the extract CE3 was only effective as chemical defense against C. Saponins in eggs and mwrinha of Acanthaster planci L. Sponge feeding fishes of the West-Indies. Interaction boilogia Geodia lectin with Tethya cell-surface glycoprotein.

Defenses of Caribbean sponges against predatory reef fish. In fish tests, artificial food was also prepared with carrageenan, powdered squid, and distilled water, but with the use of food pellets as it was previously done in this type of assay PAWLIK et al. In general, two experimental approaches are considered to evaluate the defensive action of secondary metabolites in marine environment: The Marine fauna of New Zealand: Amaroxocanes A and B: Sponges were frozen and lyophilized before extraction.

Apparently, the species H. Other omnivorous invertebrates marinya can prey sponge tissue, as hermit crabs pers.