Japanese scallop

Japanese scallop

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Genetic variation in Chinese hatchery populations of the Japanese scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis) inferred from microsatellite data.
The discrepancy between the number of LGs and the haploid number of chromosomes is very common in other studies on shellfish such as Japanese scallop (Liu et al.
It possesses the exclusive national-level Japanese scallop primary & seed farm and the domestic first-grade seed breeding base of sea cucumber, abalone, etc.
ABSTRACT Although the Japanese scallop Mizuhopecten yessoensis is the variety used in the largest production of scallops in the world, knowledge about its predators is very limited, and gastropods have not generally been recognized as a predator.
Next came Roast Suckling Pig; Smoked Fish in Marinated Black Fungus with Vegetable Salad with sesame dressing; Steamed Shrimp Dumpling with Spinach; Steamed Japanese Scallop Dumpling with Truffle; Braised Seafood Soup with Caviar and Conpoy; Fried Boneless Pink Garoupa with Mango Sauce; US Tenderloin with Black Bean Sauce; Hong Kong-Style Roast Goose; and Poached Asparagus with Dried Shrimp and Garlic in Fish Soup.
Preliminary study on inducing polyploid in Japanese scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis) by cytochalasin B.
And there's more: Wok-fried King Prawn with Golden Pumpkin Egg Yolk Paste (liveliness and joy), Steamed Whole Fish with Red Date, Cantonese style (prosperity), Braised Fish Maw and Broccoli in Oyster Sauce (youthfulness), Stir-fried Japanese Scallop with Sweet Walnut in XO Chili Sauce (wealth and prosperity), and Dried Oyster with Black Moss (good business, good fortune).
Mitochondrial genotype variation in a Siberian population of the Japanese scallop, Patinopecten yessoensis (Jay).
Relationship between shell weight and cadmium content in whole digestive gland of the Japanese scallop Patinopecten yessoensis (Jay).
The Japanese scallop Patinopecten (=Mizuhopecten) yessoensis (Jay) is the most commonly cultured mollusc at the coasts of the northwestern Sea of Japan.
ABSTRACT Using stable isotope analysis, this study examined the potential food sources of the Japanese scallop, Patinopecten (Mizuhopecten) yessoensis (Jay) and determined whether the isotopic ratios inferred from tissues of cultured scallops varied according to culture systems (hanging and sowing).

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