holothurian


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Synonyms for holothurian

echinoderm having a flexible sausage-shaped body, tentacles surrounding the mouth and tube feet

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The specimens under discussion, Cnemidocarpa pfefferi (Michaelsen, 1898), Pyura discoveryi (Herdman, 1910) and Bathypera splendens Michaelsen, 1904, were identified among holothurians (sea cucumbers) curated at Museums Victoria (NMV) (P Mark O'Loughlin, pers.
The conclusion is that the shape of this holothurian changes ontogenetically, becoming more elongated as they grow (Herrero-Perezrul et al., 1999).
Although few predators are known to feed on sea cucumbers, several antipredation mechanisms has been described for holothurians (Francour, 1997) and some of these mechanisms seems to be linked to animal size.
To the best of our knowledge, there were no related methods for the detection of MEQ and metabolites in aquatic animal-derived foods, especially in holothurian. In this work, for the control of MEQ residues in holothurian, we presented a novel, sensitive, and rapid UPLC-MS/MS (ultraperformance liquid chromatography coupled with triple-quadrupole mass spectrometry) protocol for simultaneous detection of the three major metabolites of MEQ (MQCA, 1-DMEQ, and BDMEQ structures are shown in Figure 1) in holothurian.
Bakus, "The biology and ecology of tropical holothurians," in Biology and geology of coral reefs, O.
Systems pharmacology-based drug discovery for marine resources: An example using sea cucumber (Holothurians).
Some holothurian species are capable of asexual reproduction.
(6) The 1871 government annual report listed exports as guttapercha, india rubber, beeswax, trepan (holothurian), sago, gold, rice, camphor, and bezoar stone (Noboru 2010:41).
Thus, in her poem "Autotomy," Wislawa Szymborska appropriates the image of the holothurian (the sea cucumber) and that, when attacked, it splits into two as a defense mechanism.
Defensive adaptations of the dendrochirote holothurian Psolus chitonoides.
Sexual cycle of three commercially important Holothurian species (Echinodermata) from the lagoon of New Caledonia.
Bourgougnon, "In vitro antiviral activities of enzymatic hydrolysates extracted from byproducts of the Atlantic holothurian Cucumaria frondosa," Process Biochemistry, vol.