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malacology

[‚mal·ə′käl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The study of mollusks.
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Annual Report of the America Malacological Union, Bulletin 37:9-11.
Although these revisionary studies represent the core of Dick's malacological legacy, a landmark publication in his career was his book (illustrated by Elizabeth Rippey) Seashells of Southern Africa, published in 1982.
Proceedings of the Malacological Society, London 9(2): 126-145 + 1 map.
The lone son of the malacological major, the Georgian boy, the naturalist of the rock pool, are all overwhelmed by the portly, posturing phantasm of the `literary gent', announcing, `I am to run an old-fashioned restaurant with sawdust on the floor, "fine wines" and true cooking'.
Imlay, Use of Shells of Freshwater Mussels in Monitoring Heavy Metals and Environmental Stresses: A Review, 15 MALACOLOGICAL REV.
Species were identified using Cummings & Mayer (1992); for nomenclature, the list of common and scientific names of mollusks prepared by the Council of Systematic Malacologists and the Committee on Scientific and Common Names of the American Malacological Union was followed (Turgeon et al.
Alabama Malacological Research Center, Mobile, no pagination.
Moreover, from serial malacological experiments with this snail in Senegal, Vassiliades (1978) showed that under dry conditions, the older individuals survived for 15-30 days and the younger ones for 60-90 days.
Malacological evidence relating to the insularity of the British Isles during the Quaternary, in.
List of octopus species used in this study with its corresponding GenBank accession number and the malacological collections record where the voucher specimens are stored.
The specimens are deposited in the Malacological Collection of the Instituto Tecnologico de Ciudad Victoria (ITCVZ 5021).