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Related to Ostrea: Gryphaea, Crassostrea, Trigonia
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Noun1.Ostrea - type genus of the family OstreidaeOstrea - type genus of the family Ostreidae  
mollusk genus - a genus of mollusks
blue point, bluepoint - small edible oyster typically from the southern shore of Long Island
Japanese oyster, Ostrea gigas - a large oyster native to Japan and introduced along the Pacific coast of the United States; a candidate for introduction in Chesapeake Bay
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"Don't tell me, Maggie; Sunt etiam volucrum -- Sunt etiam volucrum -- ut ostrea, cetus "
La vente est strictement interdite si l'on ne passe pas par les stations d'epuration des parcs, dont le plus important est ''Ostrea'' qui dispose de son propre laboratoire et meme d'un restaurant pour consommer des produits de la mer.
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The plans could eventually see millions of native oysters (the species Ostrea edulis) returned to the seas around Sweden, France, Germany, England, Wales, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy and Croatia, where they were wiped out by overfishing as much as a century ago.
(2009) in oysters exposed at thermal stress and cadmium; it has also been reported in other oysters species as Crassostrea gigas, Ostrea edulies, Mytilus edulies, Dressenia polimorfa; but any reported on natural conditions.
He stopped at one floating pontoon to pluck a string of European flat oysters, known as Ostrea edulis, from the water.
The presence of null alleles produces an excess of homozygotes, and heterozygote deficiency observed in several bivalves, including the European flat oyster Ostrea edulis (Launey et al.
It is also vague due to the wide range of names it has been recognized, thus the revision of documents counted from 1933, year in which the first study known as Ostrea prismatica is found, until 2016.
Carrie Ostrea, principal in Ostrea Consulting LLC, is a rare disease advocacy strategist working with nonprofit and industry organizations in the rare disease space.
Similar results were obtained for Ostrea edulis anesthetized with urethane and menthol; namely, lower concentrations were more effective (CULLOTY & MULCAHY, 1992).
They were a dietary mainstay for locals, from members of the Indigenous Ohlone Tribe, who left copious middens of shells around the Bay, to the gold miners, who raved about the native Olympia oysters (Ostrea lurida/ conchaphila) or "Olys."