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Related to Ark clam: ark shell, Arcidae
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Noun1.Arcidae - ark shellsArcidae - ark shells        
mollusk family - a family of mollusks
Arca, genus Arca - type genus of the family Arcidae: ark shells and blood clams
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The present study focuses on quality assessment of the Calcium carbonate (CaC[O.sub.3]) of the shells of two important mollusks, Anadara granosa (ark clam shell), and Crassostreao virginica shell (eastern oyster shell) identified in the coastal area of south India.
Calcium oxy chloride (SDH), Hydrochloric acid, Mortar and pestle, Nickel spatula, the ark clam shell and eastern oyster shells collected from the respective seashores as mentioned above.
The ark clam Arca zebra (Bivalvia, Arcidae), is distributed along the western shores of the Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina and Bermuda to Brazil (Abbott, 1974).
Nilsson (1994) found that presentation of a simulated predator (vertical black stripes) across the field of vision of the ark clam Barbada cancellaria triggered shell closure, and Buddenbrock and Moller-Racke (1953) found that Peden closes its shell in response to quickly moving objects across its field of vision.