Ostrea


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Ostrea

flat oysters; includes O. angasi (flat oyster), O. edulis (European oyster). See Table 23.
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Classification and taxonomic revision of two oyster species from Peru: Ostrea megodon (Hanley, 1846) and Crassostrea talonata (Li & Qi, 1994).
Longshaw M, Stone DM, Wood G, Green MJ, White P (2013) Detection of Bonamia exitiosa (Haplosporidia) in European flat oysters Ostrea edulis cultivated in mainland Britain.
They include bivalves Aequipecten, Amusium, Chlamys and Ostrea, and gastropods Cerithium, Conus, Littorina, Monodonta, Turricula, and Turritella.
In 1823, Professor John Finch, a British naturalist, wrote a paper on an oyster he proposed to call Ostrea gigantissima.
Experiments in the large scale culture of the larvae of Ostrea edulis.
Keywords: Nematopsis Northern Arabian Sea Ostrea Saccostrea Crassostrea Trematode parasite.
Some biochemical and physiological aspects of growth and gametogenesis in Crassostrea gigas and Ostrea edulis grown at sustained elevated temperatures.
Seasonal variations of lipid classes and fatty acids in flat oyster, Ostrea edulis, from San Cibran (Galicia, Spain).
Also on display were World War II firearms, like the 1940s Japanese armament "Taisho 3 Woodpecker," also known as machine gun, dug up in Balaoan north of this capital city years back and donated by La Union board member Joaquin Ostrea.
1998), resistance to Bonamia in European fat oysters, Ostrea edulis (Naciri-Graven et al.