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Synonyms for hydroid

colonial coelenterates having the polyp phase dominant

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Hydroid is so pleased to have SEA Corporation as an authorized service and support center in Japan," said Maureen Kelly, customer service manager at Hydroid.
The nonindigenous hydroid Cordylophora lacustris was collected from Buck Basin during June and July 1995 through 1998, at water temperatures of 26-30[degrees]C and Secchi disk transparency less than 0.
The most abundant settlers at the oyster site were the hydroid Obelia sp.
While there are scores of different military and civilian unmanned craft, Gibson's training efforts are focused on Hydroid and Bluefin vehicles.
Despite the swift turnover of hydroid and bushy bryozoan colonies, the spatial extent of recovery may be restricted because many species have limited larval dispersal (i.
Notes on the distribution, ecology, and morphology of the colonial hydroid Cordylophora caspia (Pallas) in southern Louisiana.
9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Engineered Syntactic Systems (ESS), a global supplier of syntactic solutions, through its relationship with Hydroid Inc.
The REMUS 100, a Hydroid AUV used for the mission, is designed to perform intricate oceanographic surveys over large areas.
It acquired four Hydroid Remus (Remote Environmental Monitoring Units) to act as the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic Reconnaissance Vehicle or the Acat Mk 14 for mine reconnaissance operations.
Vellela - a colonial hydroid that can shoal in millions - are usually found in the mid-Atlantic.
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Von Alt elected to resign, Hydroid said, and he will keep his present position as chairman of the board; in addition, he will carry out unique long-range ventures that will concentrate on advancing the technology behind Remus, the organization s line of autonomous underwater vehicles, or AUVs.
Differences between epilithic and epizoic hydroid assemblages from commercial scallop grounds in the Bay of Fundy, northwest Atlantic.