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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Thus it seems likely that the earliest molluscan shells had a prismatic outer layer.
Symbiotic relationships between Unionicola mites and their molluscan hosts are characterized by a diversity of host-influenced behaviors by the mites (Dimock 1988).
Despite its coverage not being fully comprehensive, it contained a wealth of unpublished information on the country's marine molluscs, as well as a distillation of Dick's wide knowledge of molluscan biology.
And BBC2's high-octane Springwatch, armed with little more than mating snails, rotting seaweed, late-blooming bluebells, jackdaw thuggery and an osprey love quadrangle, replacing BGT as the best nightly entertainment, with Chris Packham boasting: "Britain might well have talent, but it doesn't have molluscan erotica, does it?
Continuing the study of the spatial distribution of molluscan faunas that began over 150 ago, Petuch (geosciences, Florida Atlantic U.
These sites are also the only reported localities for mastodons in Arizona with associated pollen and molluscan data, plus radiocarbon dates.
The Academy of Natural Sciences will receive $522,986 from the National Science Foundation for "CSBR: Natural History Collections: Digital Imaging of Molluscan Type Specimens at the Academy" under the direction of Gary Rosenberg.
Love, hate, and business, the pundits tell us, have migrated to email and social media, and hence that molluscan dinosaur, snail mail, is extinct.
Based in Dover, Delaware, they are the only ARS group working nearly exclusively on molluscan food safety.
Tracing zoonotic pathogens in dairy production 22 Tracing pathogens in molluscan shellfish production chains 23.
Details of the discovery have been published in the Journal of Molluscan Studies.