chlamys


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Synonyms for chlamys

collective term for the outer parts of a flower consisting of the calyx and corolla and enclosing the stamens and pistils

a short mantle or cape fastened at the shoulder

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The Upper Jurassic black rock series in the southern Qiangtang basin, northern Tibet contain ammonites of Aulacosphinctes and Virgatosphinctes plus bivalves including Buchia and Chlamys, that are of Middle-Late Tithonian (Late Jurassic).
77) The passage makes no mention of the baculo, or staff, and does not indicate a chlamys, though Ogden thinks the latter is probable as it would "better match his bare feet" (78) Christ bears a palm branch, symbol of the most distinguished pilgrims, "the palmers" who had made the journey to the Holy Land.
Additional invertebrates include fragmented Chlamys, endocasts of Turritella, larger gastropods and wedge clams, and fragmented bryozoans and decapods.
These results support the earlier findings reported in Chlamys farreri and in Saccostrea glomerata [41,43].
The Gordon site contains a molluscan fauna including Ostrea georgiana, Periarchus, Plicatula, and Chlamys.
The Latin name for the product is Chlamys delictaula.
These included the common echinoid Clypeaster cotteaui and two species of scallops assigned to the genus Chlamys, including the common C.
The effect of the depth on reproductive and reserve storage cycles of the pectinids Aequipecten opercularis (L, 1758) and Chlamys varia (L, 1758) in Galicia, Northwest Spain.
Growth and spawning in the pectinid Chlamys opercularis in relation to temperature and phytoplankton concentration.
05]), and 2 spots suggesting similarity to endo-1,3 [beta]-D-glucanases from Chlamys albicus and Mizuhopecten yessoensis.
Size-related changes in vulnerability to predators and spatial refuge use by juvenile Iceland scallops Chlamys islandica.
The presence of carotenoids in scallop gonad during its maturation has been studied previously in four scallop species (Patinopecten yessoensis, Chlamys nipponensis akazara, Chlamys nobilis, and Pecten albicans) by Miki et al.
Egg hatching of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis, the scallop Chlamys farreri, and Argopecten irradians was inhibited by Chrysocromulina polylepis (Granmo et al.
purpuratus was classified into the Chlamys genus until chromosomal evidence placed this species in the genus Argopecten, rather than in Chlamys (Brand et al.