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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The impacts of handling and air exposure on immune parameters, gene expression, and susceptibility to vibriosis of European abalone Haliotis tuberculata.
This research is aimed to analyze the proximate in natural food Gracilaria lichenoides and Ulva fasciata for abalone Haliotis squamata culture.
Within the group of relevant, non-salmon cultures that are presently being developed in Chile are the red and Japanese abalone (Haliotis rufescens and Haliotis discus hannai, respectively), which had an overall production of 304 ton in 2006, equivalent to FOB US$ 6.
2006), quienes registraron un tercer alelo en cuatro microsatelites de Haliotis rubra, sugiriendo duplicacion de locus frecuente o asociacion de microsatelites con elementos moviles.
The aim of this investigation was thus to survey, via similarity searches, the current microsatellites of Haliotis midae to better understand the dynamics of these genomic features in this species; in particular their association to genes and transposable elements.
Current best industry practice recommends that embryos and larvae of Haliotis rubra should be reared at 16-18[degrees]C (Heasman & Sawa 2007).
haliotis is a novel bacterial species that was isolated from the gut microflora of abalones (Haliotis discus hannai) in 2007 (8).
No data of this kind currently exist for the tropical abalone Haliotis asinina (Linnaeus, 1758), the type species of the genus and the target of a growing aquaculture industry (Singhagraiwan and Doi, 1993; Capinpin et al.
KEY WORDS: abalone, Haliotis discus, carbohydrate source, dextrin, glucose, corn starch, a-cellulose, maltose, sucrose, wheat flour
Contract notice: Replacing six screws lift wastewater from the haliotis wastewater treatment plant, including the adjustment benefits required for their implementation.