Patella vulgata


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Noun1.Patella vulgata - marine limpetPatella vulgata - marine limpet        
limpet - any of various usually marine gastropods with low conical shells; found clinging to rocks in littoral areas
genus Patella, Patella - type genus of the family Patellidae: common European limpets
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Within the species of the genus Patella -93,81% of the quantified MNI--, the species Patella intermedia and Patella ulyssiponensis predominate, and the species Patella rustica and Patella vulgata are merely residual.
2008), Patella vulgata (Blackmore 1969) or Cymbula nigra (Rivera-Ingraham 2010).
Por ultimo, se han documentado, sin contexto estratigrafico definido, ejemplares de Patella vulgata (NR: 175; NMI: 163), de Patella sp.
Los analisis biometricos en Patella vulgata indican una media similar de su diametro maximo en todos los niveles del yacimiento (c.
Crofts' explanation [4, 5] of the mechanism initiating developmental rotation in the trochid gastropod Calliostoma zizyphinum, the abalone Haliotis tuberculata, and the patellid limpet Patella vulgata involved contraction of a larval retractor muscle and assumed that the larval shell on which the muscle is inserted is calcified or at least rigid.
The cleavage pattern of Patella vulgata is very regular (Fig.
Comparisons of energy partitioning in contrasting age-structured populations of the limpet Patella vulgata L.
Por una parte, destacan los moluscos recogidos por su interes alimenticio, en los que la especie mas consumida es Patella vulgata de grandes dimensiones.
Micromere formation at third cleavage is decisive for trochoblast specification in the embryogenesis of Patella vulgata.
1978) did not find any mucus cells in the gills of Patella vulgata, whereas in Siphonaria capensis there were a larger number of these cells (De Villiers & Hodgson 1987), and in Austrocochlea constricta there were two types of mucus goblet cells (Eertman 1996).