Ostrea


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Ostrea

flat oysters; includes O. angasi (flat oyster), O. edulis (European oyster). See Table 23.
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Lyall (Editors), Proceeding of the workshops held on 3 March 2000 at the Sydney Fish Markets: problems of producing and marketing the flat oyster Ostrea angasi in NSW, p.
KEY WORDS: Olympia oyster, Ostrea lurida, native oyster, oyster reef restoration
The Olympia is a subspecies of the French Ostrea (O.
Ostrea EM, Brady M, Gause S, Raymundo AL, Stevens M.
Re-establishment of the native oyster, Ostrea conchaphila, in Netarts Bay, Oregon, USA, Corvallis, OR.
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The pathogen Bonamia ostreae causes high mortalities among adult flat oysters Ostrea edulis during their final stage of production.
In another oyster Ostrea edulis, however, no induction was observed for MT expression either in the transcriptional or translational level on copper and cadmium treatments (Tanguy et al.
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Laing and Millican (1986) indicated that lipid accumulation in juvenile Ostrea edulis correlated with growth and survival performance in the natural environment, which suggests the longevity of culture influence after animals are oulplanted.
Ostrea EM Jr, Morales V, Ngoumgna E, Prescilla R, Tan E, Hernandez E, et al.
The reduction of CR exhibited by Panopea globosa larvae as a function of food concentration coincided with patterns reported previously for larvae of other species of bivalve molluscs that have been fed microalgae at concentrations between 5 cells/[micro]L and 300 cells/[micro]L, including Crassostrea gigas (Gerdes 1983), Ostrea edulis (Beiras & Perez-Camacho 1994), Mytilus edulis (Sprung 1984), Ruditapes decussatus (Perez-Camacho et al.