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Synonyms for cephalopod

marine mollusk characterized by well-developed head and eyes and sucker-bearing tentacles

relating or belonging to the class Cephalopoda


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For the new Cephalopod category, Singapore's Lilian Koh (1st place), Taiwan's Wen Chih Yen (2nd place), and Taiwan's Peichi Chiang (3rd place) took home the prizes.
Over-fishing might be reducing numbers of cephalopod predators.
Lots of animals have papillae, but they can't extend and retract them instantaneously as octopus and cuttlefish do," says Hanlon, who is the leading expert on cephalopod dynamic camouflage.
This method takes advantage of the cephalopod prey drive by introducing shrimp to the subject in a clear glass tube.
The cephalopod dermis contains chromatophores (pigment cells) in densities of up to hundreds per square mm (Norman 2000), arranged in groups or layers (Ruppert and Barnes 1994).
Consistent to our findings, heterozygote deficiency relative to Hardy-Weinberg expectations was previously reported in cephalopod population (Perez-Losada et al.
Also the heterogeneity of cadmium concentrations among the different species of cephalopod molluscs (curled octopus, 0.
Cephalopod remains (whole beaks, beak fragments, and eye lenses) and fish remains (bones and eye lenses) were preserved in 50% isopropyl alcohol and fish otoliths were stored dry.
They occurred in the brachiopod-trilobite-dominant biofacies and adjacent cephalopod limestone biofacies of the Kosov type according to Ferretti & Kriz (1995) (see Manda & Fryda 2014).
State 4 items were fish otoliths, cephalopod beaks and crustacean exoskeletons (complete or parts), which were identified using the keys by Fitch & Brownell Jr.
The report adds that while the soothsaying cephalopod correctly predicted the results of every match Germany played at the last FIFA World Cup, along with the result of the final, he developed a cult following in the process.
Figure 7 shows that mean intake of lead for the Vietnamesn population due to shellfish consumption estimated in our study is lower than the one for the population in Holland due to crab, shrimp, lobster, mussel, and cephalopod consumption (Sorkina, Bakker, van Donkersgoed, & van Klaveren, 2003).
As well as being the largest, the giant Pacific is also among the cleverest members of the cephalopod family.
He also regrets that there will be no access to cephalopod fisheries.