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pulmonate

(po͝ol′mə-nāt′, pŭl′-)
adj.
Having lungs or lunglike organs.
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Evolution of pulmonate gastropod mitochondrial genomes: comparisons of gene organizations of Euhadra, Cepaea, and Albinaria and implications of unusual tRNA secondary structures.
Effects of low pH and low calcium concentration on the pulmonate snail Planorbella trivolvis: a laboratory study.
arthropods arachnids pulmonates and flora (weeds) were identified by consulting relevant literature and with the help of the research laboratories and museums at the University of Agriculture Faisalabad Pakistan and Museum of CABI (Centre for Applied Bioscience International) Regional Biosciences Centre Daata Ganj Bakhsh Road Rawalpindi Pakistan.
The results of this study provide preliminary evidence that vertebrate endocrine disruptors, BPA and phthalates, also affect the freshwater pulmonate B.
Philomycus is a pulmonate slug genus with eight species previously recognized in the United States, where the natural distribution lies entirely in the eastern half of the country as far west as Nebraska, with several of these slugs apparently highly endemic (Branson 1968; Hubricht 1985).
japonica did not group with other marine schistosomes, but belong to the BTGD clade that, until now, included only freshwater species that use pulmonate snails as intermediate hosts (Figure 5).
Eight additional samples, on a variety of different materials including carbonized wood, marine limpet shell, pulmonate gastropods, and the pincher of a terrestrial crab were submitted to Beta Analytic Inc.
Differentiation in the eye of a pulmonate snail Helix aspersa.
Additionally, the detection of copper granules by the histochemical staining of hepato-pancreas in the pulmonate garden snail, Cryptozona ligulata, potentially reveals the existence of a copper store, probably complexed with metallothioneins, that could be possibly recruited for Hcy biosynthesis (Fig.
THE EFFECTS OF WATER POLLUTION ON PULMONATE AND PROSOBRANCH SNAIL POPULATIONS.
mantle or foot) because Machin (1975) found that water is lost similarly from all exposed surfaces of the body of a terrestrial pulmonate body at humidities < 99.
The Pleistocene loess contains fossil pulmonate snails (Allogona multilinieata, A.