molluscan


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molluscan

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molluskan

(mə-lŭs′kən)
adj.
Of or relating to the mollusks.
n.
A mollusk.
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But it is not for the neophyte unless one has some familiarity with theoretical ecological modeling and techniques, molluscan terminology and/or classification.
On August 14, after additional cases had been reported, the WDOH advised commercial harvesters to refrigerate oysters within 4 hours after harvesting, and on August 20, advised the public to thoroughly cook molluscan shellfish from both commercial and noncommercial sources.
When consumed raw, molluscan shellfish are commonly considered the most dangerous food.
Molluscan assemblages in particular reestablished almost immediately after tidal exchange was restored (Thelen & Thiet 2009), although their abundance has fluctuated substantially since then (Thiet et al.
Smith BJ, Black JH and Shepherd SA (1989) Molluscan egg masses and capsules.
The aim of the present study is to document the molluscan shells (bivalves and gastropods) of an intertidal sandy beach of Tarut Bay Saudi Arabia and to describe the taphonomic signatures of this assemblage.
Furthermore, recent conservation efforts have been hampered by a lack of public acceptance: although gastropods and bivalves represent a critical subset of limnic biodiversity and are the most prominent group of the macrozoobenthos, "the unique molluscan diversity of the region is fully appreciated by neither the relevant governments nor indigenous communities" (Graf et al.
Composition and species richness of molluscan communities in relation to vegetation and water chemistry in the western Carpathian spring fens: the poor-rich gradient.
The internal bonelike structure in cuttlefish and squid, for example, is thought to be a pared-down version of an ancestral outer molluscan shell.
The exceptions are papers by Katherine Szabo on molluscan remains, Chris Clarkson and Lyn Schmidt on lithic analysis, and Barry Fankhauser (with Clark and Anderson) on geochemical sourcing of Fijian adze and adze flakes.
On the other hand, it has been suggested that some neuropeptides exert a regulatory role, such as the molluscan insulin-related peptide (MIP) in Lymnaea stagnalis (Geraerts et al.