paua

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paua

an edible abalone, Haliotis iris, of New Zealand, having an iridescent shell used esp for jewellery

paua

[pau̇·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
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Factors affecting the food value of diatom strains for post-larval abalone Haliotis iris.
1994b), but this species is barely represented in the commercial harvest, which is dominated by the much larger Haliotis iris Gmelin 1791 (McShane et al.
australis, but pregrazing by juvenile Haliotis iris had no significant effect on metamorphosis.
Environmental, chemical and hormonal regulation of reproduction in two commercially important New Zealand abalone, Haliotis iris and H.
This study aimed to determine whether settlement of Haliotis iris Gmelin larvae on the CCA P.
Are Biofilms Critical to Haliotis iris Settlement on Phymatolithon repandum?
The red abalone Haliotis rufescens shares with Haliotis iris and Haliotis discus hannai the ability to delay metamorphosis for up to 20 days posthatch without a significant decline in the survival of postsettlement juveniles.
2002)) and Haliotis iris (30 days (Roberts & Lapworth 2001).
Free amino acid and nucleotide concentrations in New Zealand abalone (paua), Haliotis iris, fed casein-based, microalgal, or wild diets.
The effects of tactile stimulants on feeding, growth, behaviour, and meat quality of cultured blackfoot abalone, Haliotis iris.
The role of body surfaces and ventilation in gas exchange of the abalone, Haliotis iris.
Design of air exposure challenge trial for Haliotis iris (16[degrees]C, >95% relative humidity).