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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Variations in C-values and AT content were evaluated in the context of geographic radiation in the chromosomal evolution of Haliotis.
A total of 78 cultivated shellfish samples, including abalones (Haliotis diversicolor), clams (Meretrix lusoria), and oysters (Crassostrea gigas) were collected and analyzed from 2012 to 2014.
Marine culture is concerning more to economics fish and oysters, while in Indonesia, one of the high economic commodity which can be developed is abalone (Haliotis spp.).
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$ 6.8 million in exports (Flores & Leal, 2007).
(2006), quienes registraron un tercer alelo en cuatro microsatelites de Haliotis rubra, sugiriendo duplicacion de locus frecuente o asociacion de microsatelites con elementos moviles.
Shewanella haliotis, a species of rod-shaped, gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic bacteria, was first isolated from the gut microflora of abalones collected from the ocean near Yeosu, South Korea, by Kim et al.
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.
As commercially important mollusks in our country, the shells of Haliotis discus hannai Ino have especial strength and toughness function.
AaAa The project is part of the north African country's "Haliotis" plan, which aims to triple the fisheries GDP by 2020, create 115,000 jobs in the field (up from 61,650 today), and raise the value of exported sea products from 1.2 billion dollars in 2007 to 3.1 billion in 2020.
Even though Sophia Haliotis, group vice president with European American Bank (EAB), has been coming to PWC's outings, and others, for seven years, she still remembers the initial trepidation she felt.