2002
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032002000200009
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Experiments in nature and laboratory observations with Nausithoe aurea (Scyphozoa: Coronatae) support the concept of perennation by tissue saving and confirm dormancy

Abstract: Stephanocyphistomae of Nausithoe aurea from São Paulo State, Brazil (in subtropical western South Atlantic waters), were relocated with their substrata in nature to study their survivorship under control and and experimental seriesi.e. the polyps in the original orientation and inverted, and in each series exposed and buried polyps. We found that N. aurea survives over 13 months in nature, between 1/3 -1/4 of 268 stephanoscyphistomae as normal feeding polyps, by segmentation produces planuloids and rejuvenates… Show more

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“…It is the case of hydrozoan known as "immortal jellyfish" ( Turritopsis ; Piraino, Boero, Aeschbach, & Schmid, 1996), in which the mature reproducing medusa can degenerate, undergo cellular reorganization, and form a new larval polyp. Some scyphozoans show similar simplification processes (He, Zheng, Zhang, & Lin, 2015), which have been described as “tissue saving” (Silveira, Jarms, & Morandini, 2002) or “reverse development” (Piraino, de Vito, Schmich, Bouillon, & Boero, 2004).…”
Section: Setting Back Aging: Undetermined Growth and Delayed Senescencementioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is the case of hydrozoan known as "immortal jellyfish" ( Turritopsis ; Piraino, Boero, Aeschbach, & Schmid, 1996), in which the mature reproducing medusa can degenerate, undergo cellular reorganization, and form a new larval polyp. Some scyphozoans show similar simplification processes (He, Zheng, Zhang, & Lin, 2015), which have been described as “tissue saving” (Silveira, Jarms, & Morandini, 2002) or “reverse development” (Piraino, de Vito, Schmich, Bouillon, & Boero, 2004).…”
Section: Setting Back Aging: Undetermined Growth and Delayed Senescencementioning
confidence: 99%