Haliotis


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Haliotis

[‚hal·ē′ōd·əs]
(invertebrate zoology)
A genus of gastropod mollusks commonly known as the abalones.
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Efecto de tres densidades de cultivo en la sobrevivencia y crecimiento de juveniles de abulon rojo Haliotis rufescens en un laboratorio comercial.
Abalone, Haliotis mariae (Wood, 1828), hatchery and seed production trials in Oman.
Effects of the initial size, stocking density and sorting on the growth of juvenile Pacific abalone, Haliotis discus hannai Ino.
Recently, numerous SNP markers have also been identified in Haliotis midae, including 28 EST-derived SNPs (Bester et al.
Health and survival of red abalone, Haliotis rufescens, under varying temperature, food supply, and exposure to the agent of withering syndrome.
Serotonergic and FMRF-amidergic neurons in the nerve ganglia of Haliotis asinina Linnaeus.
Ecological study of the population of Haliotis discus discus (Gastropoda, Haliotidae) for fishery management.
Previous studies have specifically considered the accumulation of metabolites in emersion-challenged Haliotis iris, with varying degrees of success and technical feasibility.
Simon; SAMC A60071 (6), Hermanus, host wild Haliotis midae, Anna Mouton (shells processed by Simone Neethling).
The spiral structure common in snail shells is flattened in abalone, earning them the family and genus name Haliotidae Haliotis, which means "sea ear.
Its major products consist of such choice rare sea foods as Japanese scallop, sea cucumber, Haliotis Discus Hannai Ino, echinus, and conch.