Julita Templin

Julita Templin
Nicolaus Copernicus University | umk · Department of Invertebrate Zoology

PhD

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There is a great need to understand the impact of complex communities on the free-living parasite stages that are part of them. This task becomes more complex as nonnative species emerge, changing existing relationships and shaping new interactions in the community. A relevant question would be: Can the coexistence of nontarget snails with the targ...
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In the European Union, aquarium pets are organisms intended for closed places (e.g., pet shops, garden ponds, home aquariums). Until April 2021, regulations did not require veterinary inspection of these animals within the EU, although there is a potential risk of such organisms being released into the environment along with their symbiotes or para...
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Temperature, an important factor in the ecological niche, determines the individual fitness, distribution and abundance of many spider species. Typically, spiders from different habitats have different thermal preferences, which vary depending on the season, time of day, and reproductive status. Selected temperatures may also depend on thermal accl...
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Spider embryonic development depends on several factors, including temperature. Under optimum thermal conditions embryogenesis proceeds undisturbed and embryo mortality is low. On the other hand, dramatic shifts in incubation temperature may cause a range of developmental defects in embryos. It has been confirmed in numerous laboratory experiments...
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Parasite diagnostics were carried out on 11 Polish populations of Cepaea spp. In three of them, coming from the roadside ditches of a village (Rytel, northern Poland), very high (up to 60%) prevalence of Brachylaima mesostoma was observed. This study provides the first molecular evidence of the presence of B. mesostoma inside Cepaea spp. in Europe....
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A countrywide data set of 1048 samples of the European land snail Cepaea nemoralis (L.) from Poland was assembled from both published and unpublished sources. Analyses of shell colour and banding polymorphism revealed distinctive patterns of variation. While the frequency of brown shells showed a clear geographical pattern related to climate, other...
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Temperature changes are among the most powerful causes of disturbed embryogenesis in spiders. They are responsible for body deformities which impede development of these animals and lead to their death long before they reach sexual maturity. The main objective of this study was to show the relationship between the applied teratogenic factor and emb...
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Spider embryogenesis is affected by a range of environmental factors. Any sudden, drastic change in the environment may impair spider development, leading to various body deformities. In the present study, we analyze changes in the morphology and structure of the central nervous system of an Eratigena atrica larva, obtained in a teratological exper...
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The study contains a detailed description of a larva of the Eratigena atrica spider, which had a welldeveloped prosoma and an additional, partly developed head with two segmented pedipalps and one chelicera with two fangs. The larva was obtained as a result of a teratological experiment based on the application of temperatures of 14 and 32°C change...
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Embryogenesis and post-embryogenesis of spiders depend on several environmental factors including light and temperature. This study was aimed at evaluating the impact of different thermal and lighting conditions on embryonic and early post-embryonic development of Eratigena atrica. Embryos, larvae, nymphs I and II were incubated at constant tempera...
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Oligomely is an anomaly manifested in the morphology of spiders (except for deformations of the prosoma and exoskeleton), by the absence of one or more appendages, and in their anatomy by the absence of neuromeres. This study was aimed at determining whether there is a correlation between the absence of a neuromere or its half in the subesophageal...
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The experiment was aimed at demonstrating the relationship between deformities of the front part of the prosoma accompanied by changes in the brain structure in bicephalous Tegenaria atrica and exposure of their embryos to temperature fluctuations. By exposing spider embryos to alternating temperatures of 14 and 32°C for the first 10 days of embryo...
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A range of leg anomalies was detected in embryos of the Tegenaria atrica spiders exposed to alternating temperatures of 14 and 32 Celcius degrees. Multiple anomalies were observed in 13 individuals. This study is based on five individuals: two individuals affected by oligomely combined, respectively, with heterosymely and polymely, one affected by...
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Oligomely is a type of developmental anomaly occurring in embryos of the spider Tegenaria atrica C.L. Koch under the teratogenic influence of tempera-ture. This anomaly is of metameric origin, as it results from a disorder of metamere formation on the germ band during embryogenesis, resulting in the absence of one half or the whole metamere. In suc...
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This paper presents the results of research on the nervous system in individuals of Tegenaria atrica with heterosymely of walking legs, a pedipalp and the first walking leg. Temperatures alternating between 14 degrees and 32 degrees C every 12 hours were applied as a teratogenic factor in the early stage of embryogenesis. From the thus obtained spe...
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POSTĘPY W OCHRONIE ROŚLIN 53 (3) 2013 Susceptibility of developmental stages of the spider, Tegenaria atrica C.L. Koch to selected insecticides from different chemical groups Wrażliwość stadiów rozwojowych pająka kątnika większego, Tegenaria atrica C.L. Koch na wybrane insektycydy z różnych grup chemicznych Summary The susceptibility of larvae and...
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POSTĘPY W OCHRONIE ROŚLIN 53 (3) 2013 Susceptibility of developmental stages of the spider, Tegenaria atrica C.L. Koch to selected insecticides from different chemical groups Wrażliwość stadiów rozwojowych pająka kątnika większego, Tegenaria atrica C.L. Koch na wybrane insektycydy z różnych grup chemicznych Summary The susceptibility of larvae and...
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The authors describe an individual of the female Ascaris suum Goeze with a unique genital system. A female with such an anomaly was found during laboratory classes of Invertebrate Zoology at the Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection, NCU. The specimen was about 200 mm long, and the total length of the reproductive system was 1970 mm. Furt...
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This article presents the results of teratological studies on the spider Tegenaria atrica. Temperatures alternating between 14°C and 32°C every 12 h were applied as a teratogenic factor in the early stage of embryogenesis. This treatment resulted in specimens with various developmental malformations, including symely of the walking legs. Symely, wh...
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W wyniku wieloletnich eksperymentów nad wpływem temperatury na rozwój embrionalny pająka Tegenaria atrica otrzymano wiele różnorodnych deformacji prosoma. Czynnikiem teratogennym działającym szczególnie efektywnie we wczesnych stadiach embriogenezy są szoki termiczne. Polegają one na poddawaniu zarodków naprzemiennemu działaniu dwóch temperatur: 14...
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An interesting case of a bicephalous Tegenaria atrica nymph was obtained after using thermal shocks in the form of temperatures of 14 and 32(C acting alternately on spider embryos in the first 10 days of development. An analysis of histological sections made by the paraffin method and stained with haematoxylin and eosin showed the nervous system an...
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Some unique cases of bicephality in Tegenaria atrica C. L. Koch are described. This phenomenon is known to be the result of broadening and then sagittal bifurcation of the anterior germ band. In consequence there develop two head tagmae, equivalent if the germ band divides symmetrically or non-equivalent if the division is asymmetrical. The bifurca...
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Metameric Malformations of Opisthosoma in Tegenaria Atrica (Araneae, Agelenidae) The opisthosoma of Tegenaria atrica is characterized by a high morphological stability, as it is exceptionally resistant to the teratogenic effect of most abiotic factors except temperature. The least frequent opisthosomal anomalies found in our experimental material w...
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Epimorphosis of Heterosymelic Appendages in Tegenaria Atrica (Araneae, Agelenidae) Studies of epimorphic regeneration of appendages were carried out on larvae and nymphs of Tegenaria atrica C.L. Koch with heterosymely (accretion of appendages on the same side of the body) of two walking appendages and of walking appendages with pedipalpi. All the a...
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Experimental studies of regeneration and repair processes of schistomelic walking legs and pedipalps in the early postembryonal stages of Tegenaria atrica were carried out in two parts. In the first part changes in the structure of appendages were produced by exposing the developing embryos to alternating temperatures (14 and 32�C, changing every 1...
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Changes in the subesophageal part of the nervous system in oligomelic individuals of Tegenaria atrica are presented. Oligomely is one of the group of anomalies which develop as a result of disturbances in the metameric structure of the germ band. Failure of development in the course of embryogeny of one half or of a whole metamere results in postem...
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Postamputation regeneration of a bifurcate (schistomelic) fragment of a chelicera in a larva of Tegenaria atrica C.L.KOCH is described. Epimorphic processes resulted in the development of a normally structured mouth appendage in III stage nymph.
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By treating developing embryos of Tegenaria atrica C.L. KOCH with alternating temperatures (14 and 32 O C) 1627 individuals with changes in the entire prosoma were obtained. In 79.78% of them the deformities occurred in the thoracic part of the prosoma, while in the remaining 20.22% the deformities concerned only the cephalic section. A thorough an...
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The morphological differences in the structure of the prosoma and sister heads and the initial observations concerning the course of postembryogeny in bicephalous monsters of the spider Tegenaria atrica C.L.Koch are presented.
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The paper brings a description of two individuals of Tegenaria atrica C.L. Koch, in which polymely was experimentally inducted by heating the embryos with alternating temperatures of 14 and 32 Celcius degree. ln one case the increase in the number of appendages of was associated with simultaneous increase in the number mid-gut caeca. A peculiarity...
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The autors describc an unique case of heterosymely of mouth appendages in Tegenaria atrica C. L. Koch spider. Apart frorn rnorphological deforrnities in anterior part of prosoma anatomical changes wcrc found e. g. in thc position and shapc of the internal poison apparatus.
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As a result of experiments carried out on embryos of Tegenaria atrica C.L.Koch incu-bated at alternating temperatures, a larva with doubled prosoma was obtained. One of them showed normal size and typical structure, while the other was smaller in size and showed considerable changes in the number, anangement and structure of appendages. A histologi...

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