Genetic population structure across a range of geographic scales in the commercially exploited marine gastropod Buccinum
The von Bertalanffy growth model has been used to describe the growth of gastropods, such as the queen conch (Strombus gigas) (e.g., Berg and Olsen, 1989) and Buccinum
isaotakii (e.g., Ilano et al, 2004).
Microsatellite markers for the whelk Buccinum
Santarelli and Gros (1986) also concluded that there was no record of visible external rings on the surface of shells of the commercially important whelk Buccinum
Aspects of the neurophysiology of Buccinum
undatum L.--central responses to stimulation of the osphradium.
Several studies have used and validated the use of operculum growth annuli to estimate age in several gastropod species, including Santarelli and Gros (1985) and Kideys (1996) in Buccinum
undatum (Linnaeus, 1758); Kubo and Kondo (1953) in Babylonia japonica (Reeve, 1942); llano et al.
baccatum to the cercarial stage are whelks, especially the common or waved whelk (Buccinum
undatum), which is widely distributed and commercially exploited in eastern Canadian waters.
(1986) reported that sperm are transferred quickly from the bursa to the seminal receptacle in Buccinum
undatum, taking at the most 3 days.
Temporal variation in SOM was reported for several aquatic organisms, including common whelk Buccinum
undatum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Haig et al.
We observed heavy trematode infections of whelks, Buccinum
undatum, from the Mingan Islands, eastern Canada, by larval stages of a species of Neophasis.
Spatial variation in size reached at sexual maturity has been reported for Buccinum
undatum (Martel et al.
Die Entwicklung von Vorderdarm, Macromeren und Enddarm unter dem Einfluss von Nahreiern bei Buccinum
, Murex und Nucella (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia).