pulmonate


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pulmonate

[′pu̇l·mə‚nāt]
(vertebrate zoo)
Possessing lungs or lunglike organs.
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Pulmonates produce many small egg masses during the spring-summer breeding season, and are considered seasonal breeders in the wild (8).
Aestivating snails--The physiology of water regulation in the mantle of the terrestrial pulmonate Otala lactea.
The component community structure of larval trematodes in the pulmonate snail Helisoma anceps.
The pulmonates (Ancylidae, Lymnaeidae, Physidae, and Planorbidae) are more resistant to organic pollution.
Structure and function of blood and connective tissue cells of the freshwater pond pulmonate Lymnaea stagnalis studied by electron microscopy and enzyme histochemistry.
Helix aspersa, (garden snail), is a species of land snail, pulmonate gastropod, and is very common and widespread in mediterranean region and western Europe [1].
In total, 639 individuals belonging to 28 species in 18 genera and 7 families of pulmonate molluscs were collected (Figs 3-26).
Helix aspersa, known as garden snail, is a species of land snail, a pulmonate gastropod.
Previously, the pulmonate family Arionidae was regarded as including the subfamilies Arioninae, Anadeninae and the American subfamily Ariolimacinae (Pilsbry 1948).
In this study, we investigated Physa acuta, a freshwater pulmonate with a sinistrally coiled shell, to determine its possible role as a biomarker.
ABSTRACT This study identified the most suitable fluorochrome to mark prodissoconch of larval Siphonaria australis, a common pulmonate gastropod commonly found on rocky shores throughout New Zealand.