Haliotis


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Haliotis

a marine shelled snail; grown commercially in culture-based coastal fisheries. Called also abalone. See Table 23.
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Effect of nitrite on immune response of Taiwan abalone Haliotis diversicolor supertexta and its susceptibility to Vibrio parahaemolyticus.
3] (alkali), HCl, filter paper (lipid free), chloroform, aquadest, Gracilaria lichenoides, Ulva fasciata, and Abalone Haliotis squamata.
Also, for Haliotis tuberculata coccinea obtained optimal growth rates with a mixture of red seaweeds, and this study give more emphasis in protein and carbohydrate components for obtain optimal growth (Fermin & Mae-Buen, 2002; Vieira et al.
Baranski M, Rourke M, Loughnan S, Austin C, Robinson N (2006) Isolation and characterization of 125 microsatellite DNA markers in the blacklip abalone, Haliotis rubra.
Over all microsatellite loci, CA repeats had the highest frequency (~30%) of all sequence motifs in the Haliotis midae genome (Fig.
Haliotis discus hannai Ino used in this experiment were bought from aquatic product market in ChangChun and average weight is 70[+ or -]2 g, average shell length of length is 7.
Larvae from Hciliotis laevigata, Haliotis rubra, and their interspecies hybrid (H.
haliotis by using additional biochemical tests and API 20 NE System (bio Merieux, Durham, NC, USA).
In this work, three parameter adjustment alternatives are tested, starting from information gathered in a culture center of the red abalone Haliotis rufescens in Coquimbo, Chile, where old individuals were measured throughout a year, classed in ranges of 15-25, 26-35, 36-45, 46-55 and y 56-65mm of length.
In this study, we identify natural inductive species of coralline algae for Haliotis asinina larvae, collected from Heron Island Reef, part of the southern Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia.
1995a) found that two species of abalone, Haliotis tuberculata and Haliotis discus hannai, have a great capacity to use carbohydrates for energy and perhaps for other nutritional purposes.
The genus Haliotis (Gastropoda: Haliotidae), or abalone, provides an excellent model system for examining the energetics of lecithotrophic development.