European lobster

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Synonyms for European lobster

similar to but smaller than American lobsters

lobster of Atlantic coast of Europe

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Out-of-water transportation effects on behaviour in newly released juvenile Atlantic lobsters Homarus gammarus.
Nutritional quality of the edible tissues of European lobster Homarus gammarus and American lobster Homarus americanus.
Changes in blood serum protein levels during the moulting cycle of the lobster, Homarus gammarus (L.
Oxygen and acid-base disturbances in the hemolymph of the lobster Homarus gammarus during commercial transport and storage.
A mark-recapture study of hatchery-reared juvenile European lobsters, Homarus gammarus, released at the rocky island of Helgoland (German Bight, North Sea) from 2000 to 2009.
It is possible to maintain juvenile lobsters in the laboratory for 3 mo or longer by confining them individually and supplying food (artificial or natural diets) regularly, as in the many enhancement efforts in Europe using cultured Homarus gammarus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Bannister & Addison 1998, Burton 2003).
Survival and growth of hatchery-reared individuals of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus (L.
In contrast, lobster stock enhancement programs in Europe using cultured individuals of Homarus gammarus (L.
Survival and growth of juvenile lobster Homarus gammarus L.
Receptor hair structure and function in the lobster Homarus gammarus (L.
1990) reported increased survival rates of Homarus gammarus when a temperature of 5[degrees]C to 10[degrees]C was maintained in the export cartons, whereas Goodrick et al.
The acid-base consequences of aerial exposure in the lobster, Homarus gammarus (L.
The direct influence of feeding on enzyme production has been demonstrated in the European lobster Homarus gammarus by Barker and Gibson (1977).