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n.1.A genus of naked pteropods. One species (Clione papilonacea), abundant in the Arctic Ocean, constitutes a part of the food of the Greenland whale. It is sometimes incorrectly called Clio.
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Reproduction and development of Paedoclione doliiformis, and a comparison with Clione limacine (Opisthobranchia: Gymnosomata).
2008a), where the small Siphonodictyon crypticum, Clione vermifera, and Pione carpenteri were among the most com mon species, with the latter two being more closely taxonomically related to the four "rubble-species" from Orpheus Island than to "the usual suspects" in attached materials, such as C.
Exceptional long-term starvation ability and sites of lipid storage of the Arctic pteropod Clione limacina.
Other tenants include Laundry by Shelli Segal, Jantzen, C&C of California YMI Jeanswear, Danskin, Showroom Delfina representing Clione, Tt Collection, and Perry Ellis.
Sex steroid metabolism in the antarctic pteropod Clione antarctic (Mollusca:Gastropoda).
1997), Helix pomatia (Sakharov and Salanlci, 1982), and Clione limacina (Sakharov and Kabotyansky, 1986).
This observation supports the findings of varicose GABA-ir fibers in the neuropil areas and in the cell body layers of the ganglia in Helisoma trivolvis, Clione limacine, Helix pomatia and Limax maximus (Cooke & Gelperin 1988, Richmond et al.
Modulation of swimming speed in the pteropod mollusc, Clione limacina: role of a compartmental serotonergic system.
Only in the prosobranch Lunatia triseriata (Joseph 1982) and in the polar pelagic opisthobranchs Clione limacina, Limacina helicina and Spongiobranchaea australis (Phleger et al.
GABAergie excitatory synapses and electrical coupling sustain prolonged discharges in the prey capture neural network of Clione limacina.
Serotonergic modulation of swimming speed in the pleropod mollusc Clione limacina.