Mytilus edulis

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Synonyms for Mytilus edulis

a mussel with a dark shell that lives attached to rocks

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The ChMT shows the highest similarity of 99% with Hyriopsis cumingii MT in amino acid sequence, followed by 96%, 95%, 79%, 66%, and 65% in similarity with that of Crassostrea ariakensis, Crassostrea gigas, Crassostrea virginica, Ostrea edulis, Mytilus edulis, respectively, whereas the remaining six give similarities between 32% and 60%.
2008 Effects of ocean acidification on the immune response of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis.
SPECIES OR GROUP DESCRIPTION Mytilus edulis Thick cluster of small mussels (>1,500 on settling panels and poles) attached to the panels and each other (~3 unit in length by 2 nun in height to ~12 mm in length by 6 mm in height).
Shell growth and viability differences between the marine mussels Mytilus edulis (L.
KEY WORDS: mussel, Mytilus edulis, growth rates, condition index, oxygen consumption, salinity
Digestive gland lesions including tubular dilation, cell vacuolation, and tissue inflammation induced by exposure to contaminated sediments were reported in mussels, Mytilus edulis (18-23), and oysters, Ostrea edulis, Crassostrea virginica, and C.
28 1 Phylum Mollusca Class Bivalva Family Mytilidea Mytilus edulis 2 2.
KEY WORDS: aquaculture, blue mussels, Mytilus edulis Linnaeus, larvae, rope collectors, settlement
Six different species have been investigated but most work focused on two species: Mytilus edulis (56%) and Mytilus galloprovincialis (28%).
Teneurs en benzo 3,4 pyrene chez Mytilus edulis L de l'estuaire et du golfe du Saint-Laurent [in French].
abundance, wide distribution, filtering activity, and high xenobiotic bioaccumulation ability) make it an interesting sentinel species more and more often proposed as the counterpart of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis L.
In contrast, another study found an increase in the release of degradative enzymes into the hemolymph of Mytilus edulis (Linnaeus, 1758) exposed to copper (Pickwell & Steinert 1984).