Monday, June 15, 2020

Can Animal Live Without Breathing and Undergone de-Evolution Process?

Ilustration of Henneguya salminicola (credit to ThePrint)

Word of breathing “usually” refers to multi cells organisms which need oxygen to breakdown nutrients as source of energy.

Parasite called Henneguya salminicola, an animal that is considered as worm, but look like a jelly fish. Strangely, this parasite emits light, and has no breathing mechanisms.

If most living creatures have evolved from a simple cell to complex multi cells, but, this worm have de-evolution process. Slowly, its lost:
- mitochondria DNA, thus no animals can breathe without mitochondrial
- tissue
- nerve cells
- muscles

The question then, without breathing, how parasites get their energy? It is suggested that energy directly taken from their hosts.

Actually, we may found this kind of animal in our everyday life. Henneguya salminicola infected salmon, especially chinook salmon.

The diseases called as rice diseases or tapioca diseases, make “white spots” on fish flesh. No, the disease is not dangerous for both fish and human.

Scientists said that parasites is “kindly” and has no poisonous, thus infected fish is edible.

21 comments:

  1. Interesting info, thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful new week!

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  2. Ao que parece podem mesmo viver sem respirar. As coisas que aqui, se aprendem. Grato pela partilha.
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    Uma semana feliz
    Deixando uma 🌹

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  3. Hello, this is interesting info! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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  4. ...perhaps police believe that black men can survive without breathing!

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      Can Animal Live Without Breathing and Undergone de-Evolution Process?
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      Ilustration of Henneguya salminicola (credit to ThePrint)

      Word of breathing “usually” refers to multi cells organisms which need oxygen to breakdown nutrients as source of energy.

      Parasite called Henneguya salminicola, an animal that is considered as worm, but look like a jelly fish. Strangely, this parasite emits light, and has no breathing mechanisms.

      If most living creatures have evolved from a simple cell to complex multi cells, but, this worm have de-evolution process. Slowly, its lost:
      - mitochondria DNA, thus no animals can breathe without mitochondrial
      - tissue
      - nerve cells
      - muscles

      The question then, without breathing, how parasites get their energy? It is suggested that energy directly taken from their hosts.

      Actually, we may found this kind of animal in our everyday life. Henneguya salminicola infected salmon, especially chinook salmon.

      The diseases called as rice diseases or tapioca diseases, make “white spots” on fish flesh. No, the disease is not dangerous for both fish and human.

      Scientists said that parasites is “kindly” and has no poisonous, thus infected fish is edible.

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  5. Tanza, I don't care what the scientists say... If a fish has white spots on it, I'm not eating it! Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  6. That is a vey interesting phenomenon. Nature is full of such surprises.

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      Can Animal Live Without Breathing and Undergone de-Evolution Process?
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      Can Animal Live Without Breathing and Undergone de-Evolution Process?
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      Ilustration of Henneguya salminicola (credit to ThePrint)

      Word of breathing “usually” refers to multi cells organisms which need oxygen to breakdown nutrients as source of energy.

      Parasite called Henneguya salminicola, an animal that is considered as worm, but look like a jelly fish. Strangely, this parasite emits light, and has no breathing mechanisms.

      If most living creatures have evolved from a simple cell to complex multi cells, but, this worm have de-evolution process. Slowly, its lost:
      - mitochondria DNA, thus no animals can breathe without mitochondrial
      - tissue
      - nerve cells
      - muscles

      The question then, without breathing, how parasites get their energy? It is suggested that energy directly taken from their hosts.

      Actually, we may found this kind of animal in our everyday life. Henneguya salminicola infected salmon, especially chinook salmon.

      The diseases called as rice diseases or tapioca diseases, make “white spots” on fish flesh. No, the disease is not dangerous for both fish and human.

      Scientists said that parasites is “kindly” and has no poisonous, thus infected fish is edible.

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  7. Nature is full of mystery. And parasites! Thanks for visiting my creative writing blog.

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  8. Interesting information, thanks for sharing.
    Best regards Irma

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  9. Interesting facts I do not know. Edible but I won't feel comfortable.

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  10. Come sempre interessantissimo post!

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  11. Wow...I really got an education today!

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  12. Very interesting post, thanks for the information

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  13. How nice that I again has may met you again with a reaction on 1 of my sites and can you translate my dutch words? And what you wrote about I had also recently read about and now know that there are indeed parasites that do not breathe. The Myxozoa have now received a lot of attention from researchers, which is how they discovered this beautiful fact.

    And so they can also infect a fish like salmon and trout. If you eat this, this is not harmful like you wrote but nobody wants to eat salmon with white dots on it. And I certainly do not either because you do not know what you will receive inside your stomach even if you write that it is not toxic.

    Nowadays you have to be careful what you eat because before you know it you can get sick. Scientists can tell me a lot, but this has only been discovered and it cannot be said that it will not be harmful to our health. Thre can be new spores can also develop within the worm and infect the fish. And that can certainly not be good for the person who will eat it. Now I do not eat fish at all but a warned person counts for 2 as we say here in the Netherlands.

    But it is very interesting to know that there are animals in our world that can live without breathing. Visit if you has the time and can translate ( even the translate is nt always good) my nature website because I think you can learn a lot from my writing, which you probably did not know. I share this with another friend but the most knowings are from myself and the name who wrote it are standing under the text. Thank you in advance and hope you te see with a comment om both sites again. I will be answer this time with my other nature website. Best regards, Tine

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    1. Thank you for your long comments.
      please give me links of your other sites (blogs).

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      Can Animal Live Without Breathing and Undergone de-Evolution Process?
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      Can Animal Live Without Breathing and Undergone de-Evolution Process?
      -
      Ilustration of Henneguya salminicola (credit to ThePrint)

      Word of breathing “usually” refers to multi cells organisms which need oxygen to breakdown nutrients as source of energy.

      Parasite called Henneguya salminicola, an animal that is considered as worm, but look like a jelly fish. Strangely, this parasite emits light, and has no breathing mechanisms.

      If most living creatures have evolved from a simple cell to complex multi cells, but, this worm have de-evolution process. Slowly, its lost:
      - mitochondria DNA, thus no animals can breathe without mitochondrial
      - tissue
      - nerve cells
      - muscles

      The question then, without breathing, how parasites get their energy? It is suggested that energy directly taken from their hosts.

      Actually, we may found this kind of animal in our everyday life. Henneguya salminicola infected salmon, especially chinook salmon.

      The diseases called as rice diseases or tapioca diseases, make “white spots” on fish flesh. No, the disease is not dangerous for both fish and human.

      Scientists said that parasites is “kindly” and has no poisonous, thus infected fish is edible.

      Delete

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