Potential of the HSP70 protein family as biomarker of Crassostrea virginica under natural conditions (Ostreoida: Ostreidae
Reproductive period of Crassostrea rhiiophorae (Guilding, 1828) and Crassostrea hrasiliana (Lamark, 1819) (Bivalvia: Ostreidae
) in Guaratuba Bay: Parana, Brazil.
Cultivo de Crassostrea rhizophorae (Bivalvia: Ostreidae
sp., Cardiidae, Veneridae, Ostreidae
y fragmentos de gasteropodos Oliva sp.
Coan & Valentich (2012) divide the Ostreoidea subfamily into two families: Ostreidae
and Gryphaeydae, and therefore reclassifying the Crassostrea iridescens by changing the gender and the species to Striostrea prismatica due to the presence of chomata, (tooth-like structure inside the shell located close to the hinge) which is not present in recent taxa of the Crassostrea gender.
[oyster.sup.V], where the literal meaning of the verb "to fish for or gather oysters" draws on the noun's "any of various bivalve molluscs of the family Ostreidae
In present study, bivalves belonging to families Arcidae, Ostreidae
, Pectinidae, Placunidae, Corbiculidae, Psammobiidae, Trapezidae and Veneridae were recorded.
Members of the family Ostreidae
Rafinesque, 1815 are among the sessile marine invertebrates that live on a variety of abiogenic and biogenic substrates (Slack-Smith, 1998; Fernandez-Leborans, 2010).
Numero de especies VENERIDAE 52 TELLINIDAE 32 MYTILIDA 32 ARCIDA 25 SEMELIDAE 17 LASAEIDAE 15 MATRIDAE 14 CHAMIDAE 12 LUCINIDAE 12 DONACIDAE 11 CARDIIDAE 11 PECTINIDAE 11 NUCULIDAE 9 CORBULIDAE 9 PETRICOLIDAE 8 NUCULANIDAE 8 GLYCYMERIDIDAE 7 PHOLADIDAE 7 OSTREIDAE
6 UNGULINIDAE 6 CARDITIDAE 6 SOLECURTIDAE 6 CYRENIDAE 6 OTRAS FAMILIAS 5 Nota: Tabla derivada de grafico de barra.
Family Veneridae recorded the most abundant (1917 bivalves, 85% of the recorded bivalves) while families Mytiloidea, Ostreidae
, Plicatuloidea, Pectinidae, Spondylidae, Carditoidea and Arcticoidea were represented by less than ten valves for each (Table II, Fig.
Reproductive period of Crassostrea rhizophorae (GUILDING, 1828) and Crassostrea brasiliana (Lamark, 1819) (Bivalvia: ostreidae
) in Guaratuba bay, Parana, Brazil.
Carbon-14 dating (C-13 corrected, Geochron Laboratories) was performed on two sediment samples (sample 9: reference GX-21287; sample 15: reference GX-21288) with abundant remains of shells, mainly Ostreidae
. The shells (15-20 g) were cleaned thoroughly in an ultrasonic cleaner.