Crassostrea


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Noun1.Crassostrea - Virginia oysters
mollusk genus - a genus of mollusks
Virginia oyster - common edible oyster of Atlantic coast of North America
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Therefore, the objective of this study was to analyze the microbiota of Crassostrea gigas larvae and juveniles grown at a low pH value (7.38) to test whether there is an effect on the structure of the resident communities of the host organism.
Potential of the HSP70 protein family as biomarker of Crassostrea virginica under natural conditions (Ostreoida: Ostreidae)
For example, Crassostrea virginica in five tropical lagoons in the Gulf of Mexico showed significant differences in the duration and intensity of their reproductive stages, resulting in a reproductive pattern that varied from annual to continuous, between populations (Aranda et al.
Jinjiang oyster (JO, Crassostrea rivularis), commonly cultivated in the intertidal zones in south China, has been traditionally harvested and cooked as a food source for hundred years [14].
A similar harmful pattern has been seen involving the oyster Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793), which impaired the mobility of the gastropod Littorina littorea (Linnaeus, 1758).
There is fascination in scientific naming as evidenced in the time it took scientists to name Crassostrea gigantissima.
We focused on larval stages of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas, a species that offers several experimental advantages: availability of genetically pedigreed lines, manipulation of ploidy, and tractability of larval forms for in vivo studies of physiological processes.
Since the first report of Perkinsus marinus infecting the American oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791) in the Gulf of Mexico (Mackin et al., 1950), other species of the genus Perkinsus have been reported infecting several species of marine mollusks around the world (Lester and Davis, 1981; Azevedo, 1989; Blackbourn et al., 1998; Villalba et al., 2004; Choi and Park, 2010).
Abstract: A total of five native oyster species namely; Crassostrea gryphoides C.