Pomacea canaliculata is a freshwater gastropod known for being both a highly invasive species and one of the possible intermediate hosts of the mammalian parasite Angiostrongylus cantonensis. With the aim of providing new information concerning P. canaliculata biology and adaptability, the first proteome of the ampulla, i.e., a small organ associated with the circulatory system and known as a reservoir of nitrogen-containing compounds, was obtained. The ampullar proteome was derived from ampullae of control snails or after exposure to a nematode-based molluscicide, known for killing snails in a dose-and temperature-dependent fashion. Proteome analysis revealed that the composition of connective ampulla walls, cell metabolism and oxidative stress response were affected by the biopesticide. Ultrastructural investigations have highlighted the presence of rhogocytes within the ampullar walls, as it has been reported for other organs containing nitrogen storage tissue. Collected data suggested that the ampulla may belong to a network of organs involved in controlling and facing oxidative stress in different situations. The response against the nematode-based molluscicide recalled the response set up during early arousal after aestivation and hibernation, thus encouraging the hypothesis that metabolic pathways and antioxidant defences promoting amphibiousness could also prove useful in facing other challenges stimulating an oxidative stress response, e.g., immune challenges or biocide exposure. Targeting the oxidative stress resistance of P. canaliculata may prove helpful for increasing its susceptibility to bio-pesticides and may help the sustainable control of this pest’s diffusion.

Pomacea canaliculata ampullar proteome: A nematode-based bio-pesticide induces changes in metabolic and stress-related pathways / Boraldi, F.; Lofaro, F. D.; Bergamini, G.; Ferrari, A.; Malagoli, D.. - In: BIOLOGY. - ISSN 2079-7737. - 10:10(2021), pp. 1049-N/A. [10.3390/biology10101049]

Pomacea canaliculata ampullar proteome: A nematode-based bio-pesticide induces changes in metabolic and stress-related pathways

Boraldi F.;Lofaro F. D.;Bergamini G.;Ferrari A.;Malagoli D.
2021

Abstract

Pomacea canaliculata is a freshwater gastropod known for being both a highly invasive species and one of the possible intermediate hosts of the mammalian parasite Angiostrongylus cantonensis. With the aim of providing new information concerning P. canaliculata biology and adaptability, the first proteome of the ampulla, i.e., a small organ associated with the circulatory system and known as a reservoir of nitrogen-containing compounds, was obtained. The ampullar proteome was derived from ampullae of control snails or after exposure to a nematode-based molluscicide, known for killing snails in a dose-and temperature-dependent fashion. Proteome analysis revealed that the composition of connective ampulla walls, cell metabolism and oxidative stress response were affected by the biopesticide. Ultrastructural investigations have highlighted the presence of rhogocytes within the ampullar walls, as it has been reported for other organs containing nitrogen storage tissue. Collected data suggested that the ampulla may belong to a network of organs involved in controlling and facing oxidative stress in different situations. The response against the nematode-based molluscicide recalled the response set up during early arousal after aestivation and hibernation, thus encouraging the hypothesis that metabolic pathways and antioxidant defences promoting amphibiousness could also prove useful in facing other challenges stimulating an oxidative stress response, e.g., immune challenges or biocide exposure. Targeting the oxidative stress resistance of P. canaliculata may prove helpful for increasing its susceptibility to bio-pesticides and may help the sustainable control of this pest’s diffusion.
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Pomacea canaliculata ampullar proteome: A nematode-based bio-pesticide induces changes in metabolic and stress-related pathways / Boraldi, F.; Lofaro, F. D.; Bergamini, G.; Ferrari, A.; Malagoli, D.. - In: BIOLOGY. - ISSN 2079-7737. - 10:10(2021), pp. 1049-N/A. [10.3390/biology10101049]
Boraldi, F.; Lofaro, F. D.; Bergamini, G.; Ferrari, A.; Malagoli, D.
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