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nemertine

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nemertean

any member of the phylum Nemertea, containing the ribbon worms, for example Lineus, the bootlace worm of rocky shores.
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Allozyme comparison of the species and colour morphs of the nemertean genus Quasitetrastemma Chernyshev, 2004 (Hoplonemertea: Tetrastem matidae) from the Sea of Japan.
Uptake of DOM by nemertean worms: association of worms with arthrodial membranes.
Bloodworm Clvmenella torquata Bamboo worm Arenicola marina Lugworm Nemerteans Cerebrattulas lacteus Milky ribbon worm Echinoderms Sclerodactyla briareus Brown sea cucumber Thyonella gemmate Green/common sea cucumber Algae Agardhiella sp.
Kristian Fauchald and Jon Norenburg helped retrieve some of the information on large eunicids and nemerteans.
The only potential control agent known to infect green crabs in California is a nemertean egg predator, Carcinonemertes epialti, that normally infests the shore crab Hemigrapsus oregonensis (Torchin et al.
We examined the effect of inbreeding on fecundity and time to first reproduction in an apparently self-compatible, simultaneously hermaphroditic marine nemertean worm Prosorhochmus americanus.
One third of nemertean species are expected to produce a pilidium, but the larvae are known for very few species; development from fertilization to metamorphosis has been described in only one species, Micrura alaskensis.
Two taxa in a third group, the nemertean genus Micrura and the polychaete family Spionidae, were not affected positively or negatively by harvests either during or after harvest events.
The nemertean egg predator Carcinonemertes errans is known to occur less frequently and in smaller numbers on its host, the Dungeness crab Metacarcinus magister, when the hosts are found within estuaries.
In contrast, neither entoproct transcriptome produced clear TLR homologs, and the nemertean Malacobdella grossa produced only one questionable hit.
Epizootic infestations by nemertean brood parasites on commercially important crustaceans.
Only a few organisms are represented in these papers (primarily echinoderms, ascidians, and nemertean worms, although with inclusion of data from surf clams, squid, corals, abalone.