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Marine Mussels: Their Ecology and Physiology

Marine Mussels: Their Ecology and Physiology,B. L. Bayne

Marine Mussels: Their Ecology and Physiology   (Citations: 204)
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Published in 1976.
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    • ...providing a wide variety of ecosystem services (Bayne 1976; Smaal 1991; Norling and Kautsky 2007)...

    Alvar Carranzaet al. Linking fisheries management and conservation in bioengineering specie...

    • ...The threshold above which SFG reached zero was 21.9 Ca t 5 m and 19.2C at 15 m, in agreement with previous studies (Widdows and Bayne 1971; Bayne 1976)...
    • ...Since salinity influences oxygen consumption rates, we calculated that above and below a salinity of 37.8, mussel oxygen consumption should increase, confirming the ability of M. galloprovincialis to tolerate a narrow range of salinity in comparison to other mussel species (Bayne 1976)...
    • ...The decrease in SFG in summer was probably due to a ‘‘transplantation’’ effect, as mussels typically require at least two months to acclimatise (Schulte 1975; Bayne 1976; Dame 1996)...
    • ...However, we would stress that although temperature has considerable effects on SFG (Bayne 1976), we overlooked it as there is evidence that these effects could be negligible in the temperature range considered in the present paper (15–25C; see Schulte 1975)...

    Gianluca Saràet al. Scope for growth of Mytilus galloprovincialis (Lmk., 1819) in oligotro...

    • ...On the other hand, larvae or juveniles need the stable conditions found only in the water column, not in intertidal sites exposed to air (Bayne, 1976)...
    • ...Nevertheless, allometry decreased in winter in submerged individuals suggesting that, although they experienced the stability of the total immersion in water, low winter temperatures (about 10°C; Sarà et al., 1999) limited their physiological activity (Bayne, 1976)...

    G. Saráet al. A new lessepsian species in the western Mediterranean ( Brachidontes p...

    • ...The first method, histology, determines the gender based on the presence of ovary or sperm follicles within the mantle matrix as described by Seed [19]...
    • ...Gender was determined by the presence of ovary or sperm follicles within the mantle matrix [19]...
    • ...The different reproductive strategies in these mussel species [37] likely offers an explanation for this observation...

    Adam Hineset al. Comparison of histological, genetic, metabolomics, and lipid-based met...

    • ...In most ectotherms, activity rates increase with temperature across their normally experienced range until a maximum is reached and a decline follows, as seen in Wltration rates and scope for activity in mussels (Bayne 1976)...

    Lloyd Samuel Pecket al. Thermal limits of burrowing capacity are linked to oxygen availability...

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