2 edition of partial bibliography of the soft shell clam, Mya arenaria L. found in the catalog.
partial bibliography of the soft shell clam, Mya arenaria L.
H. T. Pfitzenmeyer
in [Solomons, Md.]
Written in English
|Statement||[by] H. T. Pfitzenmeyer and Carl N. Shuster, Jr.|
|Series||Maryland Dept. of Research and Education, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory. Contribution no. 123) (Information series publication number 4, University of Delaware Marine Laboratories, Information series publication number 4, University of Delaware Marine Laboratories|
|Contributions||Shuster, Carl Nathaniel, 1919- joint author|
|LC Classifications||Z7996.M7 B45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||a 61009385|
Aquaculture ELSEVIER Aquaculture () Overwintering hatchery-reared individuals of the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria L.: a field test of site, clam size, and intraspecific density Brian F. Beal”,*, Craig D. Lithgowb, Dwayne P. Shawb, Shane Renshawb, David Ouelletteb. The soft-shell clam is a commercially important fishery resource that occurs in boreal and temperate environments in the Northern Hemisphere. Whether the soft-shell clam is a single species of Mya arenaria Linneaus, with a circumboreal range or a cryptic species complex also comprising M. japonica Jay, distributed exclusively in the northwest Pacific has long been debated by.
Camillini, N, Larsen, M & Glud, RN , ' Behavioural patterns of the soft-shell clam Mya arenaria: Implications for benthic oxygen and nitrogen dynamics ', Marine Ecology Progress Series, bind , s. . Interactive effects of initial size, stocking density, and type of predator deterrent netting on survival and growth of cultured juveniles of the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria L., in eastern Maine. Aquaculture. ;
C. R. Newell and H. Hidu, “The effects of sediment type on growth rate and shell allometry in the soft shelled clam Mya arenaria L,” Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol. 65, no. 3, pp. –, View at: Google Scholar. Disseminated neoplasia (DN), a proliferative cell disorder of the circulatory system of bivalves, was first reported in oysters in Since that time, the disease has been determined to be transmissible through water-borne exposure, but the etiological agent has not been unequivocally identified. In order to determine if a viral agent, possibly a retrovirus, could be the causative agent of.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pfitzenmeyer, H.T. (Hayes T.). Partial bibliography of the soft shell clam, Mya arenaria L.
Large populations of soft shell clams persist only in relatively shallow, sandy, mesohaline portions of the Chesapeake Bay. These areas are mostly in Maryland, but also occur in the Rappahannock River, Virginia. In some other portions of the Bay, especially polyhaline portions, low populations of soft shell clams persist subtidally.
Restricted populations persist by: 3. Attempts to introduce infectious or foreign material into oysters and other bivalve mollusks usually involve force or trauma because of immediate, prolonged adduction of the tightly closing valves.
The soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria, is unable to seal its valves completely and relaxes readily, exposing soft tissue and a large siphon. This species is free from fouling organisms and is readily Cited by: The soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria, is unable to seal its valves completely and relaxes readily, exposing soft tissue and a large siphon.
This species is free from fouling organisms and is readily available at all seasons in the New England and mid-Atlantic by: soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria L.: Interactive effects of intertidal location, predator exclusion netting, netting aperture size, and planting area on clam growth and survival within the Hampton-Seabrook Estuary A Final Report to The New Hampshire Estuaries Author: Brian F.
Beal. The bivalve Mya arenaria L. is a common species within soft sediment in the boreal Atlantic. In the White Sea, these clams can form dense clusters on the silty-sand intertidal beaches (Sadykhova ; Maximovich and Guerassimova ). Adult specimens do not change their habitat and are able to dig into sediments to 40–50 cm.
Bedload sediment transport, clam transport across the sediment surface, clam population density, and spat settlement were measured daily for 10 months to determine the magnitude and frequency of clam transport and its dependency on bedload transport and to evaluate the relative importance of this phenomenon to population growth of Mya arenaria.
From July to April, the transport of juvenile. Taxonomy. x; UniProtKB. Protein knowledgebase. UniParc. Sequence archive. Help. Help pages, FAQs, UniProtKB manual, documents, news archive and Biocuration projects.
Oxygen consumption of sarcoma cells from the soft-shell clam Mya arenaria L. was studied. Hemolymph of clams in the terminal stage of sarcoma was strongly hypoxic. In early cases of sarcoma, partial pressure of oxygen in the hemolymph did not differ from the control animals but declined as the sarcoma advanced, and finally fell below the detection limit causing death of sarcomatous clams.
Introduction. The Global Invasive Data Base () lists 15 different common names for Mya r, in the U.S. arenaria is most often called the soft shell clam.M.
arenaria has a wide distribution over the world due to its ability to survive in salinities from 5 to 35 ppt, temperatures between 2 and 28 °C and low oxygen concentrations (Cohen, ).
The soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria, is unable to seal its valves completely and relaxes readily, exposing soft tissue and a large siphon. This species is free from fouling organisms and is readily available at all seasons in the New England and mid-Atlantic areas.
Suspensions of five strains of Vibrio sp. that cause bacillary necrosis in larval. The soft-shell clam Mya arenaria L. is a common component of soft-bottom littoral benthic assemblages in the temperate zone of the Northern Hemisphere.
In the Atlantic Ocean, this species reaches as far south as the Bay of Biscay and Northern Carolina. In the Pacific, it occurs as far as California and the Japanese Sea (Golikov et al. ).In the White Sea, M. arenaria usually forms.
the nearest O.l”C and , the latter by means of hydrometer. To compare the ability of Mya of differ- ent sizes to survive under presumably ad- verse salinity conditions, small clams mm long were collected and placed in quart jars, approximately clams to each jar.
The growth and life-history strategy of the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria were analyzed through the exanination of 25 populations spread throughout the species' geographic range. Growth rate was determined by length-frequency analysis and was analyzed using Gallucci and.
Quinn's~ parameter of the von Bertalanffy equation. Abstract. Mya arenaria is a bivalve mollusk of commercial and economic importance, currently impacted by ocean warming, acidification, and invasive species.
In order to inform studies on the growth of M. arenaria, we selected and inbred a population of soft-shell clams for a fast-growth population displayed significantly faster growth (), as measured by % greater shell size. Transcriptome analysis of neoplastic hemocytes in soft-shell clams Mya arenaria: Focus on cell cycle molecular Available via license: CC BY-NC-ND Content may be subject to copyright.
After partial restoration insalt marsh species recolonized East Harbor, and soft shell clam (Mya arenaria) recolonization was prolific, with peak densities reach-ing 3, individuals m-2 in However, severe macroalgal blooms in – resulted in anoxia and mortality.
burrowing behaviour, post-settlement dispersal, and recruitment of juvenile soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria), and attempts to elucidate the biological mechanism for observed burrowing responses.
The soft-shell clam Mya arenaria is one of the most ancient invaders of European coasts and is present in many coastal ecosystems, yet little is known about its genetic structure in Europe. We collected samples spanning a latitudinal cline from the Mediterranean to the North Sea and genotyped them at 12 microsatellite loci.
In parallel, geometric morphometric analysis of shell outlines was. Soft shell clams Mya arenaria with disseminated neoplasia demonstrate reverse transcriptase activity M.
House 1, *, C. Kim 2, P. Reno 1 1 Fish Disease Laboratory, Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon State University, Newport, OregonUSA. Very little is known about the etiology or origin of clam leukemia, and detailed clam genetics data are needed to understand more about the disease and its impacts on clam populations.
Response: InN.H. Sea Grant-funded researchers worked to sequence the genome for the softshell clam Mya arenaria.Invertebrate predation has been cited as the major factor determining post-settling survival of the soft-shell clam, Mya arenaria.
Feeding studies on common mummichogs, Fundulus heteroclitus, in Essex Bay, Massachusetts, from July to June showed soft-shell clams to be an important diet item in fish greater than 55 mm TL. Biweekly quantitative seining from 16 April to 24 September.Get this from a library!
Surveys of soft-shell clam (mya arenaria) populations in some closed areas of Charlotte County, New Brunswick. [G Robert; D W Smith; Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Resource Branch.
Invertebrates and Marine Plants Division.] -- Assessments of soft-shell clam stocks were carried out in the closed shellfish growing areas of Charlotte County, New Brunswick.