and worm (Glvcera dibranchiata
Ehlers) harvesting on survival and growth of juveniles of the soft-shell clam.
Distribution of amino acids to internal tissues after epidermal uptake in the annelid Glycera dibranchiata
Changes in burrowing, emergence and feeding of the bloodworm, Glycera dibranchiata
, (Ehlers), induced by oil-contaminated sediments.
and worm (Glycera dibranchiata
Ehlers) harvesting on survival and growth of juveniles of the softshell clam.
Laboratory tests on the jaws of the bloodworm Glycera dibranchiata
revealed that atacamite's organization makes them durable and flexible.
The hemoglobin-bearing erythrocytes of Pista pacifica, Glycera dibranchiata
, and Urechis caupo are all spherical (Terwilliger et al.
New Englanders have long harvested the worms Glycera dibranchiata
to sell to fishing enthusiasts.
In addition, we have a partial sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus drobachiensis) sequence and we have begun work on blood and solid tissue from both the annelid Glycera dibranchiata
and hagfish (Myxine glutinosa).
Autoradiographic localization of exogenously supplied amino acids after uptake by the polychaete Glycera dibranchiata