Prior to the pollen wash, pollen from the corbicula
of honey bees and bumble bees was removed and placed in separate vials as this pollen would not be available for partridge pea pollination.
Shell growth and age determination of the brackish water bivalve Corbicula
japonica in Lake Shinji, Japan.
size, fore and hind wing areas have the direct correlation with the production potential of the honey (Szabo, 1990).
Bee forms small spheres or pellets of floral pollen by means of agglomeration by nectar and salivary secretion addition, then bee transports them to the hive, carrying one pollen pellet or sphere in the corbicula
of each hind leg.
The invasive clam the size of a fingernail was found in the Illinois River a little more than an hour southwest of Chicago - and Lake Michigan - and has been linked to the Corbicula
genus, which has ties to the country since the early half of the 20th century.
The unusual mineral vaterite in shells of the freshwater bivalve Corbicula
fiuminea from the UK.
One of these species is Corbicula
fluminea (Muller, 1774).
Cindy Venegas-Mata, Central High School, "The Effect of Corbicula
Fluminea on Nitrate and Phosphate Levels in Water"
First occurrence of the exotic Asian clam Corbicula
fluminea (Muller, 1774) in the Jundiai-Mirim River Basin, SP, Brazil.
ChE exists mostly in various native forms such as two molecular forms in Corbicula
fluminea (Mora et al.
After collection, the bees store the pollen in the corbicula
Spread of the Asiatic clam Corbicula
fluminea in Southern Pampas and Northern Patagonia, Argentina.