Serotonergic neurites were also noticed in visceral ganglia and gonad of the bivalve
Venus verrucosa (Siniscalchi et al.
Although this particular study focused on the global distribution of bivalve
species, the researchers believe their model can be applied to any species.
Souji and Radhakrishnan  documented that the bottom trawling affects the natural habitat of bivalves
and also inversely affects the diversity of bivalve
However, these inorganic calcite crystals show consistent internal organization, with no evidence of the misorientations seen in most of the bivalve
prisms studied thus far (Checa et al.
The members of bivalve
family Veneridae represent the most common bivalves
in stations 7, 10, 4, 2 and 9, where intertidal sandy beaches and intertidal mudflats are suitable for their habitats as burrowing in soft sediments.
Trawl-style clam sampler to collect = 5 mm bivalves
Freshwater drum have large pharyngeal teeth that can be used to crush hard-bodied molluscs such as bivalves
, but also feed on benthic insect larvae, crayfish, worms, and small fish (Daiber, 1952; Griswold and Tubb, 1977; Schael et al.
Rostroconchs were allied mainly to bivalves
(Branson et al.
It is a progressive disease reported from about 15 bivalve
species around the world and may result in mortalities of the affected populations (Barber, 2004; Carballal et al.
, Brachiopodal Calcareous Sandstone Facies (MF5): This facies is 2m thick.
We dried terrestrial and aquatic vegetation, muskrat hair, and freshwater bivalve
tissue samples at 50-55 C for 48 h and sent them to the Alaska Stable Isotope Facility at the University of Alaska Fairbanks for analysis.
To the Editor: Bivalve
mollusks (shellfish), such as mussels and oysters, are filter feeders; they concentrate microorganisms of human and animal origin (up to 100x) from the surrounding environment.