Homarus americanus


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These studies demonstrate that consumption of seagrass or kelp can alter the epibiotic bacterial communities of both Callinectes sapidus and Homarus americanus. Densities of Vibrio spp.
1995), and American lobster Homarus americanus (Wahle and Steneck, 1992) are all highly mobile as pelagic larvae and as adults, but are shelter-restricted as early juveniles.
[1.] Copper RA (1977) Growth of deep water American lobsters (Homarus americanus) from the New England continental shelf.
Effects of crude oil on American lobster Homarus americanus larvae in the laboratory.
Scrivener, "Agonistic behavior of the American lobster, Homarus americanus (Mime-Edwards)," Fish Research Board Canada Techical Report 235, 1971.
The exoskeleton of the lobster Homarus americanus as an example of a smart anisotropic biological material.
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.
However, in Homarus americanus (Icely & Nott), the hepatopancreas is described as having three lobes, each one covered by an outer layer of connective tissue, on each side of the body (Factor & Naar, 1985).
Examples of specific topics include the influence of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on agonistic behavior in freshwater crayfish, chemical communication and social behavior of the lobster Homarus americanus, ecology and evolution of mating behavior in freshwater amphipods, mating strategies in isopods, sperm demand and allocation in decapod crustaceans, hermaphroditism in caridean shrimps, social behavior of parent-offspring groups in crustaceans, sociobiology of terrestrial isopods, the social breeding system of the Jamaican bromeliad crab, ecology and evolution of eusociality in sponge-dwelling shrimp, and anthropogenic stressors and their effects on the behavior of aquatic crustaceans.
The Maine lobster, homarus americanus, is well-known throughout the world for its succulent taste, but it was not always considered a delicacy.
Similar trends in [alpha]-amylase activity were observed in larvae of the American lobster Homarus americanus (Biesiot, 1986).
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.