Metabolite uptake, stoichiometry and chemoautotrophic function of the hydrothermal vent tubeworm
Riftia pachyptila: responses to environmental variations in substrate concentrations and temperature.
"You certainly have a source or methane or liquid petroleum nearby if you find these tubeworms
," he said.
The cover of hydroids, bushy bryozoans, sponges, and tubeworms
was generally higher at sites undisturbed by fishing than at sites classified as disturbed.
So consider: When certain tubeworms
now thriving deep in the Gulf of Mexico started their lives, Louisiana belonged to France, and the city of New Orleans was just coming into its own.
This method was chosen as early settlers in most tropical sites are usually hard foulers such as barnacles and calcareous tubeworms
. Therefore, it is relatively simple to make direct counts of all the individuals present on the small coupons.
That bacterial colony probably starts as an outbreak on a tubeworm
's skin, Monika Bright of the University of Vienna and her colleagues contend in the May 18 Nature.
Marine biologists determined the tubeworm
's lifespan by measuring the length of 650 specimens, then estimating their growth rate (change in size over time) for several years.
Molecular design of barnacle cement in comparison with those of mussel and tubeworm
Solen marginatus Pulteney, 1799; see Huber (2010)) and other important natural resources of this estuary, including tubeworm
Diopatra species, which are highly appreciated as fishing bait (Arias et al.
Rearing and observation methods of vestimentiferan tubeworm
and its early development at atmospheric pressure.
AFLP analyses of genomic DNA reveal no differentiation between two phenotypes of the vestimentiferan tubeworm
, Ridgeia piscesae.
metamorphosis induced by arrays of bacterial phage tail-like structures.