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Mytilus

genus of farmed mussels in the suborder Lamellibranchiae. Includes M. edulis (blue mussel), M. galloprovincialis (Mediterranean mussel), M. smaragdinus (green mussel), M. crassitesta (Korean mussel). See Table 23.
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Williams (1981) suggested that the blue mussel Mytilus edulis have low assimilability of detritus from salt marsh vascular plants from feeding experiments.
Genotoxicity of copper oxide and silver nanoparticles in the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis.
coli muy superior en almejas (63%) y en Mytilus galloprovincialis (100%).
En Chile, se encuentra Mytilus edulis platensis D'Orbigny, 1846 (Mollusca: Mytilidae), conocida historicamente como Mytilus chilensis, que ha estado sujeta a una continua revision taxonomica por parte de varios autores (Koehn et al.
ochraceus diet often includes a high proportion of Mytilus trossulus (Mauzey, 1966; Harley et al.
Power A, Sheehan D (1996) Seasonal variation in the antioxidant defence systems of gill and digestive gland of the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis.
Mytilus strigata Hanley, 1843: 251, ex Hinds MS; 1856: 388; pl.
Bayne B, Worral C (1980) Growth and production of mussel Mytilus edulis from two populations.
The present study shows that nitromusk and polycyclic musk compounds inhibit the activity of efflux transporters in the marine mussel Mytilus californianus and that these inhibitory effects last for 24-48 hr after termination of exposure to the musks.
Key words: Chukchi Sea, Beaufort Sea, Barrow, Mytilus, Laminaria, climate change, benthic substrates, marine predation, estuarine refugia, Cenozoic fossil molluscs, dispersal mechanisms
canaliculata, and a shared resource species, the mussel Mytilus trossulus.