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Synonyms for Teredinidae

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polythalamius (Distel et al., 2017), Teredinibacter turnerae, a widespread cellulolytic symbiont of Teredinidae, was also isolated from these tissues.
In both cases, a well-developed wood-storing cecum, thought to be critical to wood digestion in other Teredinidae, is not evident.
Investigating the taxonomy and systematics of marinewood borers (Bivalvia: Teredinidae) combining evidence from morphology.
(Bivalvia: Teredinidae) related to Climate Change in the Port of Rotterdam Area, the Netherlands', Marine Pollution Bulletin 62 (2011): 1822-1829.
Turner, A Survey and Illustrated Catalogue of the Teredinidae (Cambridge: Museum of Comparative Zoology, 1966).
McKoy, 'Records of Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary Bankia Gray (Mollusca: Teredinidae) from New Zealand', New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 12 (1978): 351-356.
2002), which is slightly larger than the 2.7 [micro]m described for the largest bivalent in meiocytes of Teredo utrieulus Gmelin, 1790 (Teredinidae) (Vitturi et al.
In 1973 Popham and Dixon (Popham and Dickson, 1973) demonstrated the presence of endosymbiotic bacteria in the gills of wood-boring bivalves of the family Teredinidae, commonly known as shipworms.
The ctenidia (gills) of Xylophagainae, like those of the Teredinidae, are formed by a single (outer) demibranch on either side of the visceral mass [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
The majority of about 89 species reported in the class Bivalvia, exception for Pectinidae and Teredinidae, had mostly metacentric and submetacentric chromosomes.
Phylogenetic characterisation and in situ localization of the bacterial symbiont of shipworms (Teredinidae: Bivalvia) by using 16S rRNA sequence analysis and oligodeoxynucleotide probe hybridization.
Ultrastructural study of the mature gametes of two species of Bankia (Teredinidae, Mollusca).