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malacology

[‚mal·ə′käl·ə·jē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The study of mollusks.
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Hunting view is widely used in malacology. It consists to observe directly the individuals present in their habitation tree trunks, under windfalls, under stones and upon the old walls.
* Corresponding author: Hanaa MM El-Khayat, Department of Environmental Researches and Medical Malacology, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute, Imbaba, PO Box-30, Giza, Egypt, Tel: 202 354 01019; E-mail: hanaamahmoud@hotmail.com
Despite the relevance of these early contacts to his formation in Psychology, Piaget barely tolerates the narrowness of the intellectual atmosphere around him, and so, having lost interest in the study of psychoanalysis and pathological psychology, he retires to the Valais, and for a whole semester resumes his studies in malacology.
Choi, "The diversity and ecology of mollusks in Seogundo off the southern Jeju Island, Republic of Korea," The Korean Journal of Malacology, vol.
Silvana Aparecida Rogel Carvalho Thiengo (Malacology Laboratory, FIOCRUZ, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil) for the donation of cercariae and Dr.
Sergio Mendonca de Almeida for their suggestions and contributions to this manuscript, the members of the Malacology Laboratory (UFES) for their assistance during various stages of this study and Dr.
We would like to thank the many individuals who assisted during field sampling, including Karen Herrington, Sandy Pursifull, Beau Dudley, Paul Benton, Andrea Fritts, Justin Dycus, Jason Emmel, Ryan Harrell, Katie Owers, Will Pruitt, 'Amos Tuck, Mieko Camp, Deb Weiler, and the 2011 Columbus State University Malacology Class.
This historic park is also home to an eleventh century palace, many sculptures, monuments and fountains, an old farmhouse typical of rural Valencian architecture, plus the Museum of Natural Sciences, with palaeontology and malacology collections.
The support of local researchers and of the communities of Capurgana and Sapzurro, as well as the research groups Environment and Society "Medio Ambiente y Sociedad" (MASO), Sustainable Development Group "Grupo de Desarrollo Sostenible (GDS), Management and Environmental Modeling Group "Grupo de Gestion y Modelacion Ambiental" (GAIA), and the research line on Medical Malacology and Trematology of the Study Program for the Control of Tropical Diseases "Malacologia y Trematologia Medica del Programa de Estudio y Control de Enfermedades Tropicales (PECET).
The samples were placed in polythene bags and plastic containers containing 70% ethyl alcohol and brought to the Malacology Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Balochistan, for further studies.