American lobster

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The American lobster (Homarus americanus) is a benthic crustacean distributed throughout coastal Northwest Atlantic waters, most commonly from Newfoundland, Canada through North Carolina (Thunberg 2007).
American lobsters often appear on menus in China as "Boston lobster'' and sell for $50 to $100 each in restaurants -- expensive, but more affordable than the Australian rock lobster, which can cost hundreds of dollars and doesn't have the big meaty claws of the American variety.
The topics include basic crustacean and American lobster (Homarus americanus) anatomy and taxonomy, neurophysiology and cell biology, and a variety of aspects concerning the lobster fishery.
BIRMINGHAM'S Sea Life Centre has a very special new resident after a 'one-in-a-billion' bright red American lobster narrowly avoided the cooking pot and was given a new home.
Such a constructive interaction has developed for the American lobster fishery in New England (Steneck & Wilson 2001).
THE AMERICAN LOBSTER long has been a vital commodity for the coastal communities of New England and the provinces of Canada.
The winning group identified a need for a novel and innovative Live Food Fish Carrier for the lucrative transatlantic live lobster trade route between Europe and New York to meet the increasing European demand for the live American Lobster.
Examples of research projects have included factors of neurogenesis in the American lobster and transcriptional factor expression in the kidney of the adult skate.
Consequently it has displaced central and south American lobster there.
ABSTRACT: There is virtually no information on the pelagic early life history stages of American lobster, Homarus americanus, in the New York Bight despite the fishery for this species in the region.
Framework and assessment for American lobster (Homarus americanus) fisheries in the Southern Gulf of St.
Epizootic shell disease in the American lobster (Homarus amerieanus) in Massachusetts coastal waters: interactions of temperature, maturity, and intermolt duration.
The American lobster (Homarus americanus: Milne Edwards 1837) is found in cold waters of the Atlantic coast of North America (Herrick 1911).
ABSTRACT Epizootic shell disease (ESD) has been reported widely in American lobster (Homarus americanus, Milne Edwards) in southern New England.
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