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Bull. Eur. Ass. Fish Pathol., 24(3) 2004, 166 Parasites as possible cause of mass mortalities of the critically endangered clam Mesodesma mactroides on the Atlantic coast of Argentina. EN_WIKIPEDIA - Venerupis philippinarum. Venerupis philippinarum (syn.

EN_WIKIPEDIA - Venerupis philippinarum.

Ruditapes phlippinarum)[1] is an edible species of saltwater clam in the family Veneridae, the Venus clams. Common names for the species include Manila clam, Japanese littleneck clam, Japanese cockle,[2] and Japanese carpet shell.[1] This clam is commercially harvested, being the second most important bivalve grown in aquaculture worldwide.[3] Description[edit] Distribution[edit] Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la M er (INSTM ), Tunis 01/2005; Recherche par «RT-PCR» des virus enteriques chez des moules (< Mytilus galloprovincialis>) et des palourdes (< Ruditapes decussatus>) You are using an outdated version of Firefox which is not supported by ResearchGate anymore.

Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la M er (INSTM ), Tunis 01/2005; Recherche par «RT-PCR» des virus enteriques chez des moules (< Mytilus galloprovincialis>) et des palourdes (< Ruditapes decussatus>)

For a faster, safer browsing experience, upgrade your browser now. <div class="c-box-warning full-width-element" style="text-align: center; "><div style="margin: auto; padding:10px;" class="container"><b>For full functionality of ResearchGate it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the <a href=" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"> instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser</a>. </b></div></div> Article Recherche par «RT-PCR» des virus enteriques chez des moules (< Mytilus galloprovincialis>) et des palourdes (< Ruditapes decussatus>) Institut National des Sciences et Technologies de la M er (INSTM ), Tunis [more] 2 Followers 138 Reads Similar Publications Data provided are for informational purposes only. Full-text (2 Sources) View Available from Dorsaf ESSEBAI Elamri May 23, 2014.

Aquaculture 290 (2009) 196–223 The ecological role of bivalve shellfish aquaculture in the estuarine environment: A review with. WIKIPEDIA - Palourde. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.

WIKIPEDIA - Palourde

Palourde est un nom vernaculaire ambigu en français. WIKIPEDIA - Clam. Terminology[edit] In the United States, the word "clam" has several different meanings.

WIKIPEDIA - Clam.

First, it can generally refer to all bivalve molluscs. In the more limited sense, the term refers to the large subset of bivalves living as infauna, rather than those attached to a substrate (like oysters and mussels) or those that lie and move near the bottom or swim (like scallops). It can also refer to one or more kinds of commonly consumed marine bivalves, such as in the phrase clam chowder, which refers to shellfish soup. Many edible clams are roughly oval-shaped or triangular; however, razor clams have an elongated, parallel-sided shell, suggesting an old-fashioned straight razor.

In the United Kingdom, "clam" is one of the common names of various species of marine bivalve mollusc,[3] but it is not used as a term covering either edible clams that burrow or bivalves in general. Anatomy[edit] As food[edit] North America[edit] Clams can be eaten raw, steamed, boiled, baked or fried. Contributed Paper to the 46th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Canberra, Australi.

Contributed Paper to the 46th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 13-15th February 2002 Farming giant clams for the aquarium and seafood markets: a bioeconomic analysis – guatemalt

GOUVERNEMENT DU CANADA - Pêche aux palourdes intercotidales - Région du Pacifique. Venerupis pullastra (Montagu, 1803) Coquille solide, équivalve; inéquilatérale, le crochet se trouve dans la moitié antérieure; d’un contour légèrement ovale.

Venerupis pullastra (Montagu, 1803)

Le ligament se trouve réfléchi à l'intérieur, non voilé, le corps est arqué et elliptique brun foncé se prolongeant presque jusqu'à la moitié de la marge postérieure. La lunule est d'une forme de coeur allongé, visible quoique pas clairement bien défini, avec les sommets en forme de stries fines rayonnantes brunes foncées. L'écusson est réduit à un seul bord de la partie postérieure du ligament. Sur la surface on trouve des lignes légères parallèles au bord de la coquille. Les stades de croissance sont bien définis. En dépit du ramassage intense de palourdes, la reconstitution de leurs populations est rapide.

La palourde Venerupis pullastra est principalement pêchée en Espagne, Portugal, France et Italie. La palourde bleue vit enfouie dans le sable et la boue vaseuse. Fournisseurs d'expertise en pathologieL'expertise en pathologie peut être obtenue de: Dr. Spain Dr.