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Noun1.Ensis - razor clamsEnsis - razor clams        
mollusk genus - a genus of mollusks
jackknife clam, knife-handle, razor clam - marine clam having a long narrow curved thin shell
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OMT has also reached a conditional agreement with ENSIS and Renaissance on the restructuring of the preferred shares of OMT.
This type of population has been related to irregular or fluctuating patterns in recruitment, such as that observed in Ensis (Del Piero & Dacaprile 1998), where after a year of high recruitment, the recruitments remained very low in following years, resulting in populations that are nearly a monocohort.
As part of the private placement the Corporation today received $500,000 from ENSIS pursuant to a two year loan, convertible to common shares at a price of $0.
2003), the smooth clam Callista chione Linnaeus 1758 (Leontarakis & Richardson 2005), the Noah's ark Arca noae Linnaeus 1758, and the razor shell (Ensis minor van Urk 1964, Ensis ensis Linnaeus 1758, and Ensis siliqua Linnaeus 1758) (Galinou-Mitsoudi & Sinis 2000, Katsanevakis et al.
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Energy storage and utilization in relation to the reproductive cycle in the razor clam Ensis arcuatus (Jeffreys, 1865).
KEY WORDS: macrobenthic communities, bivalve dredging, natural disturbance, functional traits, razor clam, Ensis
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The pod razor clam Ensis siliqua (Linnaeus, 1758) inhabits fine sands and shows an extended latitudinal range from the Norwegian Sea and the Baltic, south to the Iberian Peninsula, into the Mediterranean, and along the Atlantic coast of Morocco (Tebble 1966).
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Induced ovarian maturation and spawning in greasyback shrimp, Metapenaeus ensis, by progesterone.
Therefore, a large mooring pile study was established in 1991 through the coordinated efforts of Queensland Port Authorities, Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Koppers Timber Preservation, and Ensis (CSIRO), to determine which of the commercially available timbers and treatments would perform best as marine piles.