Helix pomatia

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Synonyms for Helix pomatia

one of the chief edible snails

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In Helix pomatia, a large number of small neurons have been shown medially on the ventral surface and in the antero-medial part of the pedal ganglion.
1991), Helix pomatia (Hernadi 1994), Helix aspersa (Ierusalimsky & Balaban 2001), Cepaea nemoralis (Dyakonova et al.
Like Br- and Dacells in the vertebrate eye, opponent B- and D-cells in mollusks (Lima scarba, Pecten irradians, Helix pomatia L.
While our cousins across the Channel and indeed the wise old Romans before them consider the likes of the Helix aspersa (small grey snail) or Helix pomatia (Roman snail) to be a delicacy as either an appetiser or entree we still tend to treat them as garden pests which leave a trail of icky ooze behind them.
Three biotinylated lectins, derived from Helix pomatia (HPA), Dolichos biflorus (DBA), and Ulex europaeus (UEA-1) (Biovalley SA, Marne la Vallee, France), were used for analysis of binding to tissues and inhibition of VLP binding.
Szabadics and Erdelyi (2000) have shown that eugenol blocks the synaptic transmission in the snail Helix pomatia L.
5) and 5500 U of Helix pomatia [beta]-glucuronidase were added to 1 mL of urine.
1997), Helix pomatia (Sakharov and Salanlci, 1982), and Clione limacina (Sakharov and Kabotyansky, 1986).
2001), especially in the pulmonate snails, Helix pomatia and Helix aspersa (Griffond et al.
Patterns of accumulation, distribution and liberation of Zn, Cu, Cd, and Pb in different organs of the land snail Helix pomatia L.