siphonate

siphonate

(ˈsaɪfənət)
adj
(Zoology) (of molluscs) having a syphon
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Particle sorting and formation and elimination of pseudofeces in the bivalves Mulina edulis (siphonate) and Mytilus chilensis (asiphonate).
Particle sorting and formation and elimination of pseudofaeces in the bivalves Mulinia edulis (siphonate) and Mytilus chilensis (asiphonate).
Bottom contents of the aquaria were siphoned daily, and the siphonate was passed through a 120 [micro]m sieve to retrieve all particulate matter.
Growth responses of suspension-feeding bivalve molluscs to changes in water flow: differences between siphonate and non-siphonate taxa.
Growth-responses of suspension-feeding bivalve mollusks to changes in water-flow: Differences between siphonate and nonsiphonate taxa.
We used a dissecting microscope to study glochidia health and attachment to fish and siphonate. Glochidia were used in trials if >70% of 15-30 glochidia closed in response to sodium chloride diffusing from nearby salt crystals.