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Homarus

farmed lobsters in the family Nephropsidae; includes Homarus vulgaris (European lobster), H. americanus (American lobster). See Table 23.
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The sensitivity of the early benthic juvenile stage of the European lobster Homarus gammarus (L.
Resultados similares fueron reportados en la langosta espinosa festoneada Panulirus homarus (Hoang & Jones, 2014).
The American lobster Homarus americanus is a commercially important crustacean with a planktotrophic larval stage that can last for several weeks.
also report higher mortality rates in tank versus cage-held spiny lobsters Panulirus homarus (Linnaeus) and suggest that this may be due to higher levels of stress in tank held animals [37].
Preferred crystallographic texture of a-chitin as a microscopic and macroscopic design principle of the exoskeleton of the lobster Homarus americanus.
According to the Marine Science and Fisheries Centre study, it is the Panulirus homarus, commonly known as the spiny lobster or rock lobster, that is most widely harvested, followed by another variety, known as the Panulirus versicolour.
In Homarus americanus, each lobe has a major collecting duct, and on each side of the animal the three collecting ducts lead into the major collecting duct that empties into the midgut (Factor, 1981; Factor & Naar, 1985).
homarus, information on the average length, number of setae in the apical segment of the 2nd maxilla and number of the exopod setae of each appendage were based on the illustrations reported by Radhakrishnan and Vijayakumaran (1995).
The Maine lobster, homarus americanus, is well-known throughout the world for its succulent taste, but it was not always considered a delicacy.
The Swedish heat transfer, separation and fluid handling technology group Alfa Laval Group said today (31 January) that it had agreed to acquire the Danish tank cleaning equipment supplier Toftejorg Group from Homarus Holding A/S.
Similar trends in [alpha]-amylase activity were observed in larvae of the American lobster Homarus americanus (Biesiot, 1986).
ABSTRACT: There is virtually no information on the pelagic early life history stages of American lobster, Homarus americanus, in the New York Bight despite the fishery for this species in the region.