cephalopod


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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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minor populations in the present study was analyzed using ATPase 6 gene which is essential for successful recovery and long-term conservation strategies of important cephalopod species.
"Larva", "paralarva" and "subadult" in cephalopod terminology.
The Cephalopod group of organisms (squids, cuttlefish, Octopuses) belongs to phylum Mollusca and has cosmopolitan distribution (Norman, 2000).
Values of trophic position for fish prey were obtained from Froese and Pauly (3) and Espinoza (2014); and for cephalopod prey from Cortes (1999) and Espinoza (2014).
In addition to the mentioned differences in digestion physiology between the two cephalopod families, the two taxonomical groups do not share the same habitats.
Cephalopod research and EU Directive 2010/63/EU: requirements, impacts and ethical review.
Guerra, "Behavioural observations of the cephalopod Vulcanoctopus hydrothermalis," Cahiers de Biologie Marine, vol.
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.
I've also seen many videos of huge groups of cuttlefish, a cephalopod species usually found in much smaller groups.
The engineers, along with collaborator and cephalopod biologist Roger Hanlon of the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, report on their controllable soft actuator in the October 13 issue of Science.
They let out a collective "whoa" on video posted on the Exploration Vessel Nautilus' Facebook page as a camera on a remote-operated vehicle came across the iridescent cephalopod with giant round eyes.
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).
cavirostris from around the world, a list that included 10 cephalopod families (16 genera), gadiform and atheriniform fishes, and 2 accounts of crustacean prey.
annulatum was most common in shallow-water environments close to the fair wave base, but occasionally it occurs in deeper-water carbonate facies (cephalopod limestone biofacies, platy limestone with common trilobites) or even off-shore shales.
El primer autor agradece al Museo de Historia Natural de Santa Barbara, California (SBMNH) por el apoyo economico del proyecto Taxonomy and biogeography of Deep-sea cephalopod from Peru para visitar dicha institucion.