Ontogenetic habitat shifts of the Iceland scallop, Chlamys
islandica (Muller, 1776), in the northern Gulf of St.
can reproduce sexually, not with egg and sperm, but rather with some cells roughly corresponding to "female" and "male.
monodon (100% similarity), Eriocheir sinensis (100% similarity), Chlamys
farreri (100% similarity), Artemia franciscan (100% similarity), Aedes aegypti (100% similarity) Argopecten irradians (100% similarity), Ixodes scapularis (100% similarity), Xenopus laevis (98% similarity) (Table I).
In the Iceland scallop Chlamys
islandica, a decrease in the amount of glycogen in the adductor muscle reduced the number of binding sites for the key glycolytic enzyme glycogen phosphorylase, which may explain this scallop's lower activity levels (Brokordt & Guderley 2004a).