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Synonyms for Mercenaria

a genus of Veneridae

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Carmichael of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab and her colleagues have used stable isotope techniques on the clam Mercenaria mercenaria, to yield valuable information on wastewater inputs in coastal waters.
the age distribution of Sungic Midden clams resembles very closely that of a modern, intensively-harvested Mercenaria population in Great South Bay, Long Island.
They then observe the antibodies' reactions with the amino acids of fossil Mercenaria.
gallina N Marmara Sea AP 15 Black Sea -- 16 Atlantic Ocean AP 17 W Marmara Sea LF 18 Mercenaria mercenario Atlantic Ocean AP 19 Atlantic Ocean AP, CS 20 Prolothaca theca S Pacific Ocean SP, MR 21 Ruditapes philippinarum Pacific Ocean LF 22 Sea of Japan SR 23 Sea of Japan LF 24 Venus antiqua Pacific Ocean MR 25 Venus striatula Millport, Scotland SR 26 Bristol Channel, UK SR [L.
A note on a spawner-recruit relationship for a heavily exploited bivalve: the case of northern quahog (hard clams), Mercenaria mercenaria, in Great South Bay, New York.
KEY WORDS: Mercenaria mercenaria, aquaculture, population genetics, microsatellites, panmixia, clam, northern quahog
The names are merely size designations for the same critter, which is the hardshell clam, Mercenaria mercenaria.
Farming of the northern hard clam Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne) in Va.
Rickettsiales-like organisms in gill filaments of Mercenaria mercenaria were first reported by Harshbarger et al.
A mark-recapture test of annual periodicity of internal growth bands of hard clams, Mercenaria mercenaria, along the southeastern United States.
mercenaria texana, occurs in low abundance in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
Spartina alterniflora and Mercenaria mercenaria) from impacted sites and a significant reduction in biodiversity.
The relationship between these indicators has only been studied in the northern hard clam Mercenaria mercenaria (Gallager & Mann 1986), king scallop, Pecten maximus (Le Pennec et al.