2 edition of effects of temperature and salinity on the early development of Adula californiensis (Pelecypoda-Mytilidae) found in the catalog.
effects of temperature and salinity on the early development of Adula californiensis (Pelecypoda-Mytilidae)
Robert Gregory Lough
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert Gregory Lough.|
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|Pagination||, 92 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Clark () reported on effects of temperature and salinity on early larval development. The temperature range of his experiments appears to be 5° to 40°e. The temperature range of his. Laboratory experiments of a factorial design were used to examine the combined effects of temperature and salinity on the survival and growth of early and late-stage larvae of Adula californiensis.
The deep-burrowing angelwing clam, Cyrtopleura costata (Family Pholadidae), occurs in shallow water from Massachusetts, USA, to Brazil and has been a commerically harvested food product in Cuba and Puerto Rico.
This study examines its potential for commerical aquaculture development. The combined effects of salinity and temperature on survival and shell growth to metamorphosis of angelwing Cited by: Optimum effects of temperature and salinity on the early development of Adula californiensis book for embryos (85% survival) were 18° to 29°C and 6 to /00 S.
Salinity had more effect than temperature on early development. Optimum conditions for the larvae were broader, being 8° to 32°C and 2 to /00 S.
Temperature and salinity interacted to reduce survival at low salinity-high temperature, and high salinity- low. Lough, R. & J. Gonor, Early embryonic stages of Adula californiensis (Pelecypoda: Mytilidae) and the effect of temperature and salinity on developmental rate.
effects of temperature and salinity on the early development of Adula californiensis book Marine Biology 8(2): – Article; Google ScholarAuthor: Patricia Prado, Karl B. Andree, Sergio Trigos, Noelia Carrasco, Nuno Caiola, Jose Rafael García-Marc. OCEANOGRAPHY OF THE NEARSHORE COASTAL WATERS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST RELATING TO POSSIBLE POLLUTION 'Volume I by Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon for the WATER QUALITY OFFICE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Grant No.
EOK July, For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office. Effects of the insecticide Sevin and its first hydrolytic product, 1-napthol, on some early developmental stages of the bay mussel, Mytilus edulis.
Marine Biology. ; Keywords: chemical/ biological/ Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center/ bay mussel=Mytilus edulis/ sevin/ toxicity / developmental stages Call Number.
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"Tables 1 through 5 give salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and pH data for Yaquina Bay while Table 6 gives temperature and salinity for Tillamook and Coos bays." "This information appears in the quarterly and annual reports as either mean values.
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Enhanced production of Pacific dulse, Palmaria mollis, for co-culture with abalone in a land-based system: effects of stocking density, light, salinity, and temperature. Aquaculture. ; () high temperature/ambient salinity (circle) or high temperature/mild hyposalinity (inverted triangle) had significantly more oxidized guanine bases than did clams from any.
The effects of streamflow on temperature and salinity will be dealt with in Chapter 6 and on sediment transport in Chapters 3, 15, and Streamfiow data for the nine major rivers discharging between Cape Flattery and Cape Mendocino are shown in Table The flood tide salinity of the Charleston Boat Basin and Harbor was 34/oo and the water temperature was oF ( oC).
All Charleston survey sites were overgrown by a diverse and abundant biota including the mussels, Mytilus zonarius, Mytilus edulis, hydroids, bryozoans and tunicates, including Distaplia occidentalis, Botrylloides.
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The animals were brought alive to the laboratory in 60 L tanks with salinity 32 and constant oxygenation. To sacrifice animals were anesthetized with seawater and ice.
To obtain the spermatophores it was carried out dissection of the Needham’s sack with an incision. Techet (), for example, attributed the changed shape of the segments of Mediterranean tuna, when kept in laboratory tanks, t o reduced salinity.
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Important hydro-biological parameters such as water temperature, salinity, pH, DO, NO2, NO3, NH4, PO4, SiO4, TSM, Chl-a, phytoplankton and zooplankton were measured during the present study. Temperature established a strong positive correlation with salinity and pH during the present study.
Chl-a found in positive relation with NO3, SiO, and TSM. Winona B. Vernberg, F. John Vernberg (Auth.) Environmental Physiology of Marine Animals - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for .