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Synonyms for crustacean

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More than 45,000 species are known in the subphylum crustacean, including the well-known and delicious lobster, crab, and shrimp, as well as the lesser known smaller species that form a significant part of the fresh water and marine food chains and the parasitic species.
Evonik Industries starts up in Antwerp (Belgium) the worlds first production plant for a new methionine source specifically for shrimps and other crustaceans.
In 2012 the Welsh crustacean fishery landed 1,300 tonnes of lobsters, crawfish, and spider, velvet and green crabs at a value of PS3.
The major blood protein in crustacean hemolymph is hemocyanin, which accounts for 60%-90% of total protein in the blood (Uglow 1969).
A taxonomic study of sessile peritrichs (Ciliophora: Peritricha) associated with crustacean fish ectoparasites in South Africa.
In fact, Strausfeld pointed out, Fuxianhuia's vascular system is more complex than what is found in many modern crustaceans.
The other topics are symbiosis and parasitism in the Crustacea, relative growth and allometry, and a history of crustacean classification.
However, Storero and Gonzales (2008) suggested that the dominant crustacean species in the diets of seahorse are depend on the abundance of different species in the ecosystem in addition to selective predation by seahorses.
crustacean An animal that usually lives in the water and has a segmented body and hard exoskeleton.
Crustacean sales in the South region accounted for 14.
Other insects Rollo tested, and even their distant crustacean relatives such as pill bugs, also produce this pheromone.
Researchers also found dozens of crustacean species, possibly representing more than one family of animals, that were previously unknown.
These chemicals, from both agricultural and urban sources, run off into nearby estuaries and coastal waters that are critical in the life cycles of important marine fish and crustacean species.