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CULTIVATION, SPAWNING, AND GROWTH OF THE GIANT CLAMS TRIDACNA GIGAS, T. DERASA, AND T. SQUAMOSA IN PALAU, CAROLINE ISLANDSBECKVAR N.1981; AQUACULTURE; ISSN 0044-8486; NLD; DA. 1981; VOL. 24; NO 1-2; PP. 21-30; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

ETUDE DU TRIDACNE (BENITIER) EN POLYNESIE FRANCAISE, DANS LA PERSPECTIVE D'UNE EXPLOITATION RATIONNELLE.SALVAT B; RICHARD G.1974; DGRST-7471412; FR.; DA. 1974; PP. (42P.); BIBL. 5 P. 1/2Report

INVESTIGATIONS ON THE SUBSTANCE WHICH CAUSES SPERM RELEASE IN TRIDACNID CLAMSMUNRO PE; BEARD JH; LACANIENTA E et al.1983; COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY. C COMPARATIVE PHARMACOLOGY; ISSN 0306-4492; GBR; DA. 1983; VOL. 74; NO 1; PP. 219-223; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

PHAGOCYTOSIS IN INVERTEBRATES: STUDIES ON THE HEMOCYTES OF THE CLAM TRIDACNA MAXIMA.READE P; READE E.1976; J. INVERTEBR. PATHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 28; NO 3; PP. 281-290; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF THE GIANT CLAMS TRIDACNA CROCEA LAMARCK, TRIDACNA MAXIMA (ROEDING), AND HIPPOPUS HIPPOPUS (LINNAEUS).JAMESON SC.1976; PACIF. SCI.; HAWAII; DA. 1976 PARU 1977; VOL. 30; NO 3; PP. 219-233; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

CALCIFICATION OF THE FIRST LARVAL SHELL OF TRIDACNA SQUAMOSA (TRIDACNIDAE: BIVALVIA)LABARBERA M.1974; MAR. BIOL.; GERM.; DA. 1974; VOL. 25; NO 3; PP. 233-238; BIBL. 10REF.Article

The visual system of the giant clam Tridacna: behavioral adaptationsWILKENS, L. A.The Biological bulletin (Lancaster). 1986, Vol 170, Num 3, pp 393-408, issn 0006-3185Article

ON THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE PONTONIA SHRIMP ANCHISTUS MEIRSI DEMAN (DECAPODA, PALAEMONIDAE) AND GIANT CLAMS (LAMELLIBRANCHIA, TRIDACNIDAE) = SUR L'ASSOCIATION ENTRE LA CREVETTE A.M. D. (D., P.) ET TRIDACNA GIGAS (L., T.)FANKBONER PV.1972; WASMANN J. BIOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1972; VOL. 30; NO 1-2; PP. 35-42; BIBL. 15 REF.Serial Issue

CARAPUS HOMEI COMMENSAL IN THE MANTLE CAVITY OF TRIDACNA SP. IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEATROTT LB; CHAN WL.1972; COPEIA; U.S.A.; DA. 1972; NO 4; PP. 872-873; BIBL. 3 REF.Serial Issue

Some metal concentrations in the edible parts of Tridacna maxima, Red Sea, EgyptMOHAMMED, Tarek A. A; MOHAMED, Ekbal M; EBRAHIM, Yaser M et al.Environmental earth sciences (Print). 2014, Vol 71, Num 1, pp 301-309, issn 1866-6280, 9 p.Article

COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATIONS ON THE PROTEIN COMPONENTS OF THE HAEMOLYMPH FLUID OF THE TRIDACNID CLAM FAMILY USING TWO-DIMENSIONAL GEL ELECTROPHORESISKANIA J; JANSSEN E; UHLENBRUCK G et al.1980; COMP. BIOCHEM. PHYSIOL., B; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 66; NO 1; PP. 117-121; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

Phylogenetic relationships among giant clam species (Mollusca : Tridacnidae) determined by protein electrophoresisBENZIE, J. A. H; WILLIAMS, S. T.Marine biology (Berlin). 1998, Vol 132, Num 1, pp 123-133, issn 0025-3162Article

Combined culture of Trochus niloticus and giant clams (Tridacnidae): benefits for restocking and farmingCLARKE, Phillip J; KOMATSU, Torn; BELL, Johann D et al.Aquaculture (Amsterdam). 2003, Vol 215, Num 1-4, pp 123-144, issn 0044-8486, 22 p.Article

INVERTEBRATE ANTI-GALACTANS. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF AGGLUTININS FROM THE CLAM TRIDACNA MAXIMA, THE MARINE SPONGE AXINELLA POLYPOIDES AND THE ANEMONE CERIANTHUS MEMBRANACEUS.BALDO BA; UHLENBRUCK G; STEINHAUSEN G et al.1977; COMP. BIOCHEM. PHYSIOL., A; G.B.; DA. 1977; VOL. 56; NO 3; PP. 343-351; BIBL. 34 REF.Article

A NEW GROUP OF MITOGENIC LECTIONS FROM INVERTEBRATE SOURCES.SCHUMACHER K; UHLENBRUCK G; CHATTERJEE BP et al.1978; Z. IMMUN.-FORSCH.; DTSCH.; DA. 1978; VOL. 154; NO 1; PP. 62-74; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

A NEW MARKER FOR NEURAMINIDASE-TREATED HUMAN SERUM GLYCOPROTEINS FROM THE HAEMOLYMPH OF TRIDACNA MAXIMA (ROEDING).UHLENBRUCK G; STEINHAUSEN G; SCHWICK HG et al.1977; J. CLIN. CHEM. CLIN. BIOCHEM.; GERM.; DA. 1977; VOL. 15; NO 1; PP. 21-26; ABS. ALLEM.; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

COMPOSITION OF THE HAEMOLYMPH OF TRIDACNA MAXIMA (MOLLUSCA: BIVALVIA)DEANE EM; O'BRIEN RW.1980; COMP. BIOCHEM. PHYSIOL., A; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 66; NO 2; PP. 339-341; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

Status of giant clam resources of the PhilippinesJUINIO, M. A. R; MENEZ, L. A. B; VILLANOY, C. L et al.Journal of molluscan studies. 1989, Vol 55, pp 431-440, issn 0260-1230, 4Article

LARVAL AND POST-LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE GIANT CLAMS TRIDACNA MAXIMA AND TRIDACNA SQUAMOSA (BIVALVIA: TRIDACNIDAE).LABARBERA M.1975; MALACOLOGIA; E.U.; DA. 1975; VOL. 15; NO 1; PP. 69-79; BIBL. 27 REF.Article

LIGHT, METABOLISM, AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF TRIDACNA MAXIMA IN A SOUTH PACIFIC ATOLL: TAKAPOTO (FRENCH POLYNESIA).JAUBERT J.1977; IN: INT. CORAL REEF SYMP. 3. PROC.; MIAMI, FLA.; 1977; MIAMI; ROSENSTIEL SCH. MAR. ATMOS. SCI.; DA. 1977; VOL. 1; PP. 489-494; BIBL. 11 REF.Conference Paper

Growth and survival of the giant clams, Tridacna derasa, T. maxima and T. crocea, at village farms in the Solomon IslandsHART, A. M; BELL, J. D; FOYLE, T. P et al.Aquaculture (Amsterdam). 1998, Vol 165, Num 3-4, pp 203-220, issn 0044-8486Article

Serotonin-induced spawning in giant clams (bivalvia: Tridacnidae)BRALEY, R. D.Aquaculture (Amsterdam). 1985, Vol 47, Num 4, pp 321-325, issn 0044-8486Article

FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY AND EVOLUTION IN THE TRIDACNIDAE (MOLLUSCA: BIVALVIA: CARDIACEA)YONGE CM.1981; REC. AUST. MUS.; ISSN 0067-1975; AUS; DA. 1981; VOL. 33; NO 17-19; PP. 735-773; BIBL. 3 P.Article

Self-fertilization in four species of giant clamMURAKOSHI, M; HIRATA, H.Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi. 1993, Vol 59, Num 4, pp 581-587, issn 0021-5392Article

Concentrations of elements in tissues of four species of TridacnidaeISHII, T; OKOSHI, K; OTAKE, T et al.Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi. 1992, Vol 58, Num 7, pp 1285-1290, issn 0021-5392Article

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