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Author:Paul E. Gribben , Kevin G. Heasman
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.5-10BioOne Complete
Abstract:Valuable fisheries and aquaculture industries for the geoduck Panopea generosa in North America, have stimulated interest in developing similar activities for geoduck species in New Zealand. The potential for establishing commercial enterprises for P. zelandica in New Zealand is ...
Author:Ignacio Leyva-Valencia , Pedro Cruz-Herná , ndez ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (11), pp.11-20BioOne Complete
Abstract:Geoducks ( Panopea spp.) are recognized as one of the longest-lived and largest burrowing bivalves. Five extant species support commercial fisheries in different countries, yet their phylogenetic relationships are unclear. Phylogenetic analyses using cytochrome oxidase c subunit ...
Author:J. Jesú , s Bautista-Romero , Sergio Scarry Gonzá ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.21-29BioOne Complete
Abstract:Age validation is commonly based on the marginal increment ratio (MIR). This procedure has been used to validate the annual periodicity of growth band deposition. In this study, MIR data from geoducks Panopea globosa and Panopea generosa were analyzed using a new method for ...
Author:Brent Vadopalas , Jonathan P. Davis , Carolyn S. Friedman
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.31-37BioOne Complete
Abstract:Among the challenges facing aquaculture of native species are potential negative effects of gene flow from cultured to wild populations. Estimates of gene flow are based in large part on the capacity for gamete exchange between individuals, and make estimates of reproductive...
Author:Bianca Arney , Wenshan Liu , Ian Forster ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.39-53BioOne Complete
Abstract:This research examined the individual effects of temperature and ration on growth and survival of juveniles of the Pacific geoduck Panopea generosa Gould, 1850, in two separate experiments. Growth parameters measured included shell length, daily shell increment, individual total ...
Author:Alejandra Ferreira-Arrieta , Zaul Garcí , a-Esquivel ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.55-61BioOne Complete
Abstract:Developmental larval stages of the geoduck Panopea globosa (Dall, 1898) are described for the first time. Growth rate, survival, and the length—size relationship were also assessed at 22°C in five independently reared cohorts. Clearance rates (CR), ingestion rates ...
Author:Sandra Tapia-Morales , Zaul Garcí , a-Esquivel ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.63-70BioOne Complete
Abstract:The burrowing behavior, growth, and size-dependent burrowing rates of two geoduck species— Panopea globosa and Panopea generosa —from the Mexican coast were assessed during early juvenile development (6–7 mo) using 30-L aquariums with a muddy or sandy sediment su...
Author:Fabiola G. Arcos-Ortega , Santiago J. Sá , nchez Leó ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.71-80BioOne Complete
Abstract:Thirty adult organisms of Panopea globosa , an endemic geoduck species from Baja California, Mexico, were collected monthly during a maturation cycle (October through January). Histological and semiquantitative histochemical changes (total lipids and carbohydrates) were assessed ...
Author:Elene M. Dorfmeier , Brent Vadopalas , Paul Frelier ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.81-90BioOne Complete
Abstract:Lucrative commercial cultivation of Pacific geoduck ( Panopea generosa ) has developed in the United States within the past 20 y, making it one of the most economically important commercial shellfish species harvested for export. Aquaculture of the species exists in close proximi...
Author:José , Angel Hidalgo-De-La-Toba , Sergio Scarry Gonzá ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Shellfish Research(IF 0.865), 2015, Vol.34 (1), pp.91-99BioOne Complete
Abstract:The Pacific geoduck Panopea generosa is distributed throughout the North Pacific temperate zone from Alaska to Baja California and is described as a species that reaches large sizes, has prolonged longevity, and exhibits slow growth. This study assessed the individual growth and ...

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