It can be seen from the available mollusk mitogenomes that the family Pectinidae exhibits the most variation in genome organization. In this study, comparative mitogenomic analyses were performed for three scallops from the subfamily Chlamydinae (Pectinidae), with the goal of characterizing the degree of variability of mitogenome organization and other characteristics among species from the same subfamily and exploring their possible evolution route. The complete or nearly complete mtDNA sequences of scallop Mimachlamys nobilis (17 935 bp), Mizuhopecten yessoensis (20 964 bp) and Chlamys farreri (17 035 bp) were determined using long PCR amplification and primer walking sequencing strategy. Highly variable size difference of the three genomes resulted primarily from length and number variations of non-coding regions, and the major difference in gene content of the three scallop species are due to varying tRNA gene sets. Only 21, 16, and 17 tRNA genes were detected in the mitogenomes of M. nobilis, M.
The C1q-domain-containing (C1qDC) proteins are a family of proteinscharacterized by a globular C1q (gC1q) domain in their C-terminus. Theyare involved in various processes of vertebrates and supposed to be animportant pattern recognition receptor in innate immunity ofinvertebrates. In this study, a novel member of C1q-domain-containingprotein family was identified from Zhikong scallop Chlamys farreri(designated as CfC1qDC) by expressed sequence tag (EST) and rapidamplification of cDNA ends (RACE) approaches. The full-length cDNA ofCfC1qDC was of 777 bp, consisting of a 5-terminal untranslated region(UTR) of 62 bp and a 3 UTR of 178 bp with a polyadenylation signalsequence AATAAA and a poly (A) tail. The CfC1qDC cDNA encoded apolypeptide of 178 amino acids, including a signal peptide and aC1q-domain of 158 amino acids with the theoretical isoelectric point of5.19 and the predicted molecular weight of 17.2 kDa. The C1q-domain inCfC1qDC exhibited homology with those in sialic acid binding lectin ...
The C1q-domain-containing (C1qDC) proteins are a family of proteinscharacterized by a globular C1q (gC1q) domain in their C-terminus. Theyare involved in various processes of vertebrates and supposed to be animportant pattern recognition receptor in innate immunity ofinvertebrates. In this study, a novel member of C1q-domain-containingprotein family was identified from Zhikong scallop Chlamys farreri(designated as CfC1qDC) by expressed sequence tag (EST) and rapidamplification of cDNA ends (RACE) approaches. The full-length cDNA ofCfC1qDC was of 777 bp, consisting of a 5-terminal untranslated region(UTR) of 62 bp and a 3 UTR of 178 bp with a polyadenylation signalsequence AATAAA and a poly (A) tail. The CfC1qDC cDNA encoded apolypeptide of 178 amino acids, including a signal peptide and aC1q-domain of 158 amino acids with the theoretical isoelectric point of5.19 and the predicted molecular weight of 17.2 kDa. The C1q-domain inCfC1qDC exhibited homology with those in sialic acid binding lectin ...
A multi-biomarker approach was conducted in the scallop Chlamys farreri from three sites, denoted here as S1, S2, and S3, in Qingdao coastal areas of China in March, June, September and December 2014 to assess pollution from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and to select appropriate biomarkers. A suite of biological responses of the gills and digestive glands of the scallops was assayed, including: (i) phase I detoxification enzymes of 7-ethoxyresorufin-O-deethylase (EROD), epoxide hydrolase (EH), and dihydrodiol dehydrogenase (DD) and phase II detoxification enzymes of glutathione-S-transferase (GST) and sulfotransferase (SULT); (ii) antioxidant enzymes: catalase (CAT), superoxide dismutase (SOD), and glutathione peroxidase (GPx); (iii) oxidative damage parameters: lipid peroxidation (LPO) expressed by malondialdehyde (MDA) contents, protein carbonylation (PC) and DNA damage (F value); and (iv) the metabolism-related genes of EH, DD, GST, SULT and SOD ...
Peroxiredoxin V (PRX V) is known as an atypical 2-cysteine peroxiredoxin that protects the organisms against various oxidative stresses and functions in signal transduction. The cDNA of a PRX V gene (designated as CfPRX) was cloned from scallop Chlamys farreri. The full-length sequence of CfPRX cDNA was of 2,179 bp with a 564 bp open reading frame encoding a peptide of 187 amino acids. Sequence co ...
CFG1 is a Ty3/Gypsy LTR retrotransposon described in the genome of the mollusca Chlamys Farreri ( Wang et al 2007). Expression of CFG1 appears to be controlled by a post-transcriptional gene silencing mechanisms associated to reverse transcriptase (RT) methylation ( Wang et al 2007). CFG1 belongs, along with other LTR retrotransposons, to Mag a large Ty3/Gypsy cluster widely distributed in both protostomes and deuterostomes (for more details, see Malik and Eickbush 1999; Volff et al. 2001; Tubio, Naveira and Costas 2004). The genomic structure of CFG1 is 4.7 Kb in size including LTRs of 192 and 189 nt. The internal region of this element displays a Primer Binding Site (PBS), a single Open Reading Frame (ORF) that codes for a single gag-pol polyprotein, and a Polypurine Tract (PPT) adjacent to the 3´LTR ( Wang et al 2007). ...
Bateman, R.M., P.M. Hollingsworth, J. Preston, Y.B. Luo, A.M. Pridgeon and M.W. Chase 2003: Molecular phylogenetics and evolution of Orchidinae and selected Habenariinae (Orchidaceae). Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 142 Issue 1, Pages 1-40 Abstract ...
Scallops are the family Pectinidae, marine bivalve molluscs within the superfamily Pectinoidea. Other families within this same superfamily share a somewhat similar overall shell shape, and some species within some of the related families are also commonly referred to as scallops (for example, Propeamussiidae, the glass scallops). The family Pectinidae is the most diversified of the pectinoideans in present-day oceans. Pectinidae is one of the largest marine bivalve families, and containing over 300 extant species in 60 genera. Its origin dates back to the Middle Triassic Period, approximately 240 million years ago, and in terms of diversity has been a thriving family to present day.[35]. Evolution from its origin has resulted in a successful and diverse group: pectinids are present in the worlds seas, found in environments ranging from the intertidal zone to the hadal depths. The Pectinidae play an extremely important role in many benthic communities and exhibit a wide range of shell shape, ...
Nucleotide variation in a portion of the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit1 (cox1) gene from asexual stages of bucephalids of southern Australian scallops (Chlamys asperrima, Chlamys bifrons and Pecten fumatus) was investigated using a mutation scanning-sequencing approach. Single-strand conformation polymorphism (SSCP) analysis revealed three main profile types (A, B and C) for parasites isolated from scallops. Sequence analysis revealed that samples represented by profiles B and C had a high degree (97.3%) of sequence similarity, whereas they were ~21% different in sequence from those represented by profile A. These findings suggested that at least two types or species (represented by profile A, or profile B or C) of bucephalid infect scallops, of which both were detected in South Australia, while only one was found in Victoria. The prevalence of bucephalids (and their SSCP haplotypes) appeared to differ among the three species of scallop in South Australia as well as between the two ...
A. J. Porath-Krause, Pairett, A. N., Faggionato, D., Birla, B. S., Sankar, K., and Serb, J. M., Structural differences and differential expression among rhabdomeric opsins reveal functional change after gene duplication in the bay scallop, Argopecten irradians (Pectinidae), BMC Evolutionary Biology, vol. 16, no. 1, p. 250, 2016. ...
1 lb bay scallops In a small bowl, soak the porcinis in the boiling water until softened, about 15 minutes. Remove the mushrooms and strain their liquid into a medium saucepan through a sieve lined with a paper towel. Rinse the mushrooms well to remove any remaining grit and chop them. Add the broth, water and clam base to the mushroom-soaking liquid and bring to a simmer.. In a large pot, heat the oil and butter over moderately low heat. Add the onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until translucent, about 5 minutes. Add the garlic and rice and stir until the rice begins to turn opaque, about 2 minutes. Add the wine and salt and cook, stirring, until the wine has been absorbed.. Stir in the dried mushrooms and 1/2 cup of the simmering stock; cook, stirring frequently, until the stock has been absorbed. The rice and the stock should bubble gently; adjust the heat as needed. Continue cooking the rice, adding the stock a ladleful at a time and allowing the rice to absorb the stock before adding ...
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Scallops possess striated and catch adductor muscles, which have different structure and contractile properties. The striated muscle contracts very quickly for swimming, whereas the smooth catch muscle can keep the shells closed for long periods with little expenditure of energy. In this study, we performed proteomic and transcriptomic analyses of differences between the striated (fast) and catch (slow) adductor muscles in Yesso scallop Patinopecten yessoensis. Transcriptomic analysis reveals 1316 upregulated and 8239 downregulated genes in slow compared to fast adductor muscle. For the same comparison, iTRAQ-based proteomics reveals 474 differentially expressed proteins (DEPs), 198 up- and 276 downregulated. These DEPs mainly comprise muscle-specific proteins of the sarcoplasmic reticulum, extracellular matrix, and metabolic pathways. A group of conventional muscle proteins-myosin heavy chain, myosin regulatory light chain, myosin essential light chain, and troponin-are enriched in fast muscle. In
Xing Q, Yu Q, Dou H, Wang J, Li R, Ning X, Wang R, Wang S, Zhang L, Hu X, Bao Z. Genome-wide identification, characterization and expression analyses of two TNFRs in Yesso scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis) provide insight into the disparity of responses to bacterial infections and heat stress in bivalves. Fish Shellfish Immunol. 2016 May; 52:44-56 ...
Arginine kinase (AK), an important member of the phosphokinase family, is involved in temporal and spatial adenosine triphosphate (ATP) buffering systems. AK plays an important role in physiological function and metabolic regulations, in particular tissues with high and fluctuating energy demands. In present study, four AK genes were firstly identified from Yesso scallop (Patinopecten yessoensis) genome, respectively named PyAK1-4. PyAKs have highly conserved structures with a six-exon/five-exon structure, except for PyAK3. PyAK3 contains an unusual two-domain structure and a bridge intron between the two domains, which may originate from gene duplication and subsequent fusion. Phylogenetic analysis showed that all PyAKs belonged to an AK supercluster together with other AK proteins from Mollusca, Platyhelminthes, Arthropoda, and Nematode. A transcriptome database demonstrated that PyAK3 and PyAK4 were the main functional executors with high expression level during larval development and in ...
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χλαμύς). A short mantle forming a part of the outer raiment of the Greeks, and of the Romans in imperial times. Its material was usually woollen; and it differed from the ἱμάτιον, the usual amictus of the male sex, in these respects: that it was much smaller; also finer, thinner, more variegated in colour, and more susceptible of ornament. It moreover differed in being oblong instead of square, its length being generally about twice its breadth (Plut. Alex. 26).. The chlamys came originally from Macedonia and Thessaly, and was the dress of hunters, of travellers, especially on horseback, and of soldiers. It seems to have been part of the usual dress of a Spartan (Aristoph. Lys. 988) and was worn at Athens by the ephebi from about seventeen to twenty years of age (Philemon, p. 367, ed. Meineke).. The chlamys as worn by youths, by soldiers, and by hunters differed in colour and fineness, according to its purpose, and the age and rank of the wearer. The hunter commonly went out in a ...
Researcher Charles H. Peterson recently heard fishermen in North Carolina complaining that cownose rays were eating up all the regions bay scallops. He and his colleagues at the University of North Carolinas Institute of Marine Sciences at Morehead City decided to test whether this was really happening.. To keep rays from eating scallops in certain areas, the scientists put a protective ring of poles around the scallops. Rays are wider than most sea creatures and wont usually swim between poles that are spaced closely together. (The rays could turn sideways and fit through, but they dont usually do this.) Other animals, however, swim easily through the gaps between poles.. In 2002 and 2003, at the beginning of the fall season, researchers found populations of bay scallops that were healthy and dense. But after rays migrated through, the scallops nearly disappeared in areas that were not surrounded by poles. Within protected areas, only half of the scallops were gone. Its not even certain ...
1B7T|br|MYOSIN DIGESTED BY PAPAIN|br|DOI: 10.2210/pdb1b7t/pdb|br|Classification: MYOSIN|br|Deposited: 1999-01-15 Released: 1999-05-12|br|Deposition author(s): Houdusse, A., Kalabokis, V., Himmel, D., Szent-|br|Gyorgyi, A.G., Cohen, C.|br|Organism: Argopecten irradians|br|Structural Biology Knowledgebase: 1B7T (15 models >15 annotations) |br|SBKB.org|br|Experimental Data Snapshot|br|Method: X-RAY DIFFRACTION|br|Resolution: 2.5 Å|br|R-Value Free: 0.297|br|R-Value Work: 0.224|br|wwPDB Validation Full Report|br|Primary Citation |br|Atomic structure of scallop myosin subfragment S1 complexed with MgADP: a novel conformation of the myosin head.|br|Houdusse, A., Kalabokis, V.N., Himmel, D., Szent-Gyorgyi, A.G., Cohen, C.|br|(1999) Cell(Cambridge,Mass.) 97: 459-470|br|http://www.rcsb.org/pdb/explore/explore.do?structureId=1B7T
Article Doping profile optimisation in bulk FinFET channel and source/drain extension regions for low off-state leakage. Sub-threshold leakage, punch-through leakage and band-to-band tunnelling (BTBT) leakage are the main components of off-state leak...
Opsins are the only class of proteins used for light perception in image-forming eyes. Gene duplication and subsequent functional divergence of opsins have played an important role in expanding photoreceptive capabilities of organisms by altering what wavelengths of light are absorbed by photoreceptors (spectral tuning). However, new opsin copies may also acquire novel function or subdivide ancestral functions through changes to temporal, spatial or the level of gene expression. Here, we test how opsin gene copies diversify in function and evolutionary fate by characterizing four rhabdomeric (Gq-protein coupled) opsins in the scallop, Argopecten irradians, identified from tissue-specific transcriptomes. Under a phylogenetic analysis, we recovered a pattern consistent with two rounds of duplication that generated the genetic diversity of scallop Gq-opsins. We found strong support for differential expression of paralogous Gq-opsins across ocular and extra-ocular photosensitive tissues, suggesting that
Oxygen fluctuations represent a common stressor in estuarine and intertidal environments and can compromise the mitochondrial integrity and function in marine organisms. We assessed the role of mitochondrial protection mechanisms (ATP-dependent and ATP-independent mitochondrial proteases, and antioxidants) in tolerance to intermittent hypoxia or anoxia in three species of marine bivalves: the hypoxia tolerant hard clams (Mercenaria mercenaria) and oysters (Crassostrea virginica), and a hypoxia-sensitive subtidal scallop (Argopecten irradians). In clams and oysters, mitochondrial tolerance to hypoxia (18 h at 5% O2), anoxia (18 h at 0.1% O2) and subsequent reoxygenation was associated with the ability to maintain the steady-state activity of ATP-dependent and ATP-independent mitochondrial proteases and an anticipatory upregulation of the total antioxidant capacity (TAOC) under the low oxygen conditions. No accumulation of end-products of lipid or protein peroxidation was found during intermittent ...
Scallop behaviors other than mantle gape position, including tentacle extension and valve clapping, varied little between treatments (Table 1). Scallops extended their tentacles within the first 2 min of most trials, indicating that this behavior may be a general response to new environmental conditions. Valve clapping, however, did not display a temporal pattern and may have represented behavior related to respiration, swimming attempts or pseudo-feces expulsion. These findings support our hypothesis that A. irradians responded to different virtual particle sizes and speeds with specific behaviors consistent with increased or decreased levels of feeding activity.. The response of A. irradians to virtual particle size was consistent with the estimated 2° inter-receptor angle of its eyes (Speiser and Johnsen, in press). An angular resolution of 2° would probably have let A. irradians see the 1.5×1.5 mm particles, which had angular sizes of 3.4°. However, it is less likely that scallops were ...
Maine may have amazing lobsters, and the gulf is a great place for shrimp, but the overwhelming majority of seafood we eat comes from elsewhere.. According to Food Safety News, some of the imported fish can trace ancestry to the States. Bay scallops imported from China account for half of the bay scallops we eat. Though they come directly from China, they were taken there from Marthas Vineyard. A Chinese scientist ate some of the Marthas Vineyard scallops and took 120 back to China with him in 1982. Twenty-six survived and became the genetic basis of those we import today.. 2. 55% of Seafood Consumed in the U.S. is Limited to Shrimp, Canned Tuna, and Salmon. We know what we like, apparently. About 90% of the seafood and shellfish Americans consume come from only 10 different types of fish and shellfish, according to Seafood Health Facts. Our consumption habits have ...
In the article, a sentence mentions how the loss of sharks on the Atlantic coasts has lead to a collapse in bay scallops. So you guessed right, this is where the 2007 Science paper which I find so particularly fascinating comes in. This paper, entitled Cascading Effects of the Loss of Apex Predatory Sharks from a Coastal Ocean, by the late Ransom Myers and others detailed a study whose base conclusion was that the loss of sharks due to overfishing cascaded down the food web and resulted in the loss of bay scallops in North Carolina. They examined fisheries data for trends in individual species of elasmobranchs, the family of fishes to which sharks belong, from 1970-2005 between Cape Cod, MA and Cape Canaveral, FL. They were able to demonstrate strong decreasing trends in the abundance of great sharks, which are the apex predators. Over the same 35 year period, the populations of smaller elasmobranchs, including smaller sharks, skates and rays, were shown to be increasing. Many of these ...
Aquatic Health Survey. This survey helps determine specific aquatic health concerns for different regions around the state of Florida.. Bay Scallop Harvest Survey Help biologists answer the question of how plentiful bay scallops are along Floridas Gulf coast.. Boating and Angling Guide Survey. Do you use information from the free Boating and Angling Guides available from the FWC?. Florida Caverns State Park visitors: Have you visited caves or mines outside Florida?. This survey will help protect the bats in Florida Caverns State Park from white-nose syndrome, a disease that has killed millions of cave-hibernating bats in the United States and Canada.. Horseshoe Crab Nesting Activity. Help biologists identify nesting beaches around the state by reporting observations of horseshoe crab mating activities.. Largemouth Bass Regulations Change Survey. FWC is proposing a statewide regulation for largemouth bass that would be a five fish daily bag limit, only one of which may be 16 inches in total ...
Im working away at Jones et al [1998]. Heres an interesting diagram from Jones et al [Science, 2001] , which purports to provide confidence intervals for the J98 reconstruction (blue). Theres (at least) one really strange feature in this diagram. See if you can pick it out. Original Caption: Fig. 2. (A) Northern Hemisphere surface…
Ive reported here on my progress with UEA in obtaining identification of the sites used in Jones et al 1990, a study of the urban heat island effect. [Update - the Jones et al data was posted up here. ] I initially inquired a couple of years ago as I mentioned here. I sent an…
BioAssay record AID 197831 submitted by ChEMBL: Perfect off-state by site-specific incorporation of o-nitrobenzyl (o-NB) unit into RNase S was determined before photolysis at 10 x E5 M/min.
Increasing activity along the French Atlantic coast has led to chronic pollution with, in particular, mixtures of contaminants such as hydrocarbons, phytosanitary products, PCBs and heavy metals. Based on previous research, pollution biomarkers were used in this study as they can indicate health status when monitoring the impact of pollutants on coastal species such as the marine bivalve Mimachlamys varia. Mollusc bivalves were sampled in March 2016, in open and semi-open areas (a harbour zone), from thirteen sites which differed in terms of their level of pollution, and were located along the Atlantic coast from Brittany down to the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. First, analyses of heavy metals and organic contaminants (e.g. pesticides, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polychlorobiphenyl) in the digestive gland of bivalves were performed. Second, biochemical assays were used to study defence biomarkers: oxidative stress with Superoxide Dismutase (SOD), detoxification of organic compounds with Glutathione
Marine seismic surveys are an important tool to map geology beneath the seafloor and manage petroleum resources, but they are also a source of underwater noise pollution. A mass mortality of scallops in the Bass Strait, Australia occurred a few months after a marine seismic survey in 2010, and fishing groups were concerned about the potential relationship between the two events. The current study used three field-based methods to investigate the potential impact of marine seismic surveys on scallops in the region: 1) dredging and 2) deployment of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) were undertaken to examine the potential response of two species of scallops (Pecten fumatus, Mimachlamys asperrima) before, two months after, and ten months after a 2015 marine seismic survey; and 3) MODIS satellite data revealed patterns of sea surface temperatures from 2006-2016 ...
J. M. Serb and Puslednik, L., Phylogenetic relationships of the pectinidae and the evolution of sexual reproductive modes: How important is dispersal life history?, JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH, vol. 26, no. 4. NATL SHELLFISHERIES ASSOC C/O DR. SANDRA E. SHUMWAY, UNIV CONNECTICUT, 1080 SHENNECOSSETT RD, GROTON, CT 06340 USA, pp. 1344-1345, 2007. ...
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And the scallop… well, now. It may close its shells, an event truly worth a negative number on the excitement scale. However, if one has been blessed by the fates, a scallop may actually swim (!) by rapidly clapping its valves together a few times. This actually IS exciting. Of course, probably the main reason for any excitement is that the behavior happens so rarely and it is compared to all of the other apparently non-interesting things happening in the vacinity. Normally, Patinopecten scallops are the epitome of dull. An individual spends its life in its little mud depression filtering water to obtain the phytoplankton it eats. Of course, a fair-sized clam such as fully-grown weathervane scallop contains a large mass of delicious muscles along with other nutritious innards. Consequently, the scallop is desirable prey item for any number of predators, including sea stars. Presumably as a result, natural selection has given the scallop its rather spectacular swimming escape response. If its ...
And the scallop… well, now. It may close its shells, an event truly worth a negative number on the excitement scale. However, if one has been blessed by the fates, a scallop may actually swim (!) by rapidly clapping its valves together a few times. This actually IS exciting. Of course, probably the main reason for any excitement is that the behavior happens so rarely and it is compared to all of the other apparently non-interesting things happening in the vacinity. Normally, Patinopecten scallops are the epitome of dull. An individual spends its life in its little mud depression filtering water to obtain the phytoplankton it eats. Of course, a fair-sized clam such as fully-grown weathervane scallop contains a large mass of delicious muscles along with other nutritious innards. Consequently, the scallop is desirable prey item for any number of predators, including sea stars. Presumably as a result, natural selection has given the scallop its rather spectacular swimming escape response. If its ...
I dont know there Chef, I could see some juices coming out of the scallops when you cooked them, Ill maintain that any scallop thats frozen will have at least some small amount of water in it. I like a mixed grill of seafood and will put some dry sea scallops, shrimps, some not so flaky fish like Mahi, and some squid in a mixing bowl and toss them with olive oil (just a tiny bit more than it takes to coat everything), sea salt, fresh ground pepper, old bay, and Italian seasoning. In the meantime, Im heating a cast iron skillet on medium high heat (electric stove though)for 10 minutes till its smoking hot (open your windows!!!). I then set a timer for 6 minutes, in goes the fish and scallops for two minutes on each side, remove to platter, toss the shrimp in and keep tossing them around the skillet for 1 1/2 minutes, remove to platter, toss in the squid and cook for 15 to 20 seconds, platter. I get perfectly cooked seafood every time but you have to like blackened seafood. I never wash ...
I dont know there Chef, I could see some juices coming out of the scallops when you cooked them, Ill maintain that any scallop thats frozen will have at least some small amount of water in it. I like a mixed grill of seafood and will put some dry sea scallops, shrimps, some not so flaky fish like Mahi, and some squid in a mixing bowl and toss them with olive oil (just a tiny bit more than it takes to coat everything), sea salt, fresh ground pepper, old bay, and Italian seasoning. In the meantime, Im heating a cast iron skillet on medium high heat (electric stove though)for 10 minutes till its smoking hot (open your windows!!!). I then set a timer for 6 minutes, in goes the fish and scallops for two minutes on each side, remove to platter, toss the shrimp in and keep tossing them around the skillet for 1 1/2 minutes, remove to platter, toss in the squid and cook for 15 to 20 seconds, platter. I get perfectly cooked seafood every time but you have to like blackened seafood. I never wash ...
These easy baked scallops have a delightful balance of crunchy, golden-brown topping and tender, sweet scallops. They feel decadent like scallops should, thanks to the tasty lemon-butter sauce. Look for uniform scallops; if theyre particularly large, you might need to bake them for more than 10 minutes.
The multi-faceted research described in the preceding sections and conducted by our rather amorphous team of scientists and technologists can be summarized as follows.. Several GCM studies ([5,6] and Jones et al. [7,8,10]) yield the conclusion that-subject to satisfactory resolution of all of a number of important issues, described earlier-MCB could produce a globally averaged negative forcing of significance. A detailed study by Korhonen et al. [9] predicts appreciably lower forcing, and this study outlines possible reasons for this disparity. Our GCM modelling confirms the results of studies by Jones et al. [7], which show that MCB could produce unacceptable rainfall reduction in the Amazonian region of South America. However, Jones et al. [8] show that this reduction could be circumvented by not seeding in a particular area. This study also provides some new results regarding the influence of MCB on sea-ice thickness. Our high-resolution cloud modelling underlines earlier work on the ...
Sometimes they are depicted with symbolic naturalism as a pair of swans, sensually intertwined or in a dualistic state of separation from or attraction to one another. In some of her more abstract images the swans / lungs can be recognized as geometrical forms that seem to take on a decorative life of their own. They move through mirror-like bifurcations describing a dialectic process of separation and unity throughout a scale of ascending levels. We saw them return as bivalve molluscs and inverted forms. By the method of morphological analogy HaK depicts the timeline of the human organism in a tree-form in a series of particularly beautiful watercolours. Some of these forms I alluded to in the collage above, which I made as an illustration to the dream. The spring or helix of the shells reappear in the spring lock, the scallop shells as the cabinet of a longcase Mora clock, which is situated among other longcase clocks in a temple, as if they were HaK´s paintings in her own dreamt-of temple ...
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As a member of the wwPDB, the RCSB PDB curates and annotates PDB data according to agreed upon standards. The RCSB PDB also provides a variety of tools and resources. Users can perform simple and advanced searches based on annotations relating to sequence, structure and function. These molecules are visualized, downloaded, and analyzed by users who range from students to specialized scientists.
3. Dry the scallops on kitchen paper and season. Heat a heavy-based pan, then add the oil. Once hot, add the scallops, keeping them close together - this helps the sides to stay straight and tall rather than sagging. Sizzle for 2 mins until caramelised and you can see the heat creeping up the outside. Turn over with a palette knife, then fry for 1 min more. Take off the heat, then add a few good slices of the butter to the pan, spooning over the scallops as it melts ...
Season scallops. In a large skillet, melt 1 tbsp butter over medium-high. Add scallops; cook until golden, 3 minutes. Transfer to plate. Brown remaining butter. Add remaining ingredients; season. Spoon over scallops. ...
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The marine ecosystem around Iceland is shaped by its position in one of the most hydrographically complicated regions of the North Atlantic. The response of marine populations to those diverse conditions is expected to be different across taxonomically distinct species but by comparing and analysing the differences we can better understand the system as a whole. In the present study, population dynamics of juvenile cod (Gadus morhua), juvenile plaice (Pleuronectes platessa), brown shrimp (Crangon crangon) and Iceland scallop (Chlamys islandica) were analysed with respect to recruitment patterns and fluctuations. The studies were carried out during a period of increased influx of Atlantic waters around Iceland and consequently higher temperatures. The studied species either have their core distributional areas in Iceland, like the cod, or are at their southern borders, like the Iceland scallop. We also analysed population trends at sheltered sandy beaches, which is an essential habitat for the ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Temperature acclimatisation of muscle performance in the European Queen Scallop. AU - Bailey, David Mark. AU - Johnston, I. A.. PY - 2005. Y1 - 2005. N2 - The phenotypic plasticity of muscle performance and locomotory physiology allows the maintenance of essential activity capacity in the face of environmental change, and has been demonstrated in a wide phylogenetic range of eurythermal vertebrates. This study used the scallop, Aequipecten opercularis, as a model eurythermal invertebrate. Animals caught in different seasons demonstrated marked differences in their swimming performance and the relationship between, temperature and performance. When stimulated to swim at natural ranges of temperature, Winter (cold acclimatised), animals accelerated faster than autumn collected animals swimming at the same temperature (x 2 at 11degreesC) and attained higher velocities during jetting. The effects of acclimatisation were confined to the jetting phase and may be a mechanism for the ...
A study on the influence of phosphorus implanted source/drain features on the off-state performance of transistors fabricated in thin-film crystalline silicon at low temperature is presented. Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) thin film transistors (TFTs) were fabricated on silicon-on-insulator (SOI) substrates; both NFET and PFET devices in the same p-type layer. Lightly Doped Drain (LDD) features were implemented on NFETs, and a surface-halo source barrier (N-barrier) was implemented on PFETs, using a common implant step. A new mask set was designed with fine resolution of gate offset to investigate small changes in placement of the LDD/ N-barrier structures. The focus of this investigation was the off-state characteristics of the devices; the implanted features were designed to help suppress the effects of Gate Induced Drain Leakage (GIDL) and Drain Induced Barrier Lowering (DIBL). Along with the mask design offsets, a number of process variations resulted in TFTs with different degrees
READ ONLINE or Download at www.researchinhomeopathy.org/ejournal In this issue: An Exclusive Interview with Prof. NC Sukul Abstracts of Studies Published in first two quarters of 2017 Fundamental Research Homeopathy outperforms antibiotics treatment in juvenile scallop Argopecten ventricosus: effects on growth, survival, and immune response Action of antibiotic oxacillin on in vitro growth of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) previously treated with ...
READ ONLINE or Download at www.researchinhomeopathy.org/ejournal In this issue: An Exclusive Interview with Prof. NC Sukul Abstracts of Studies Published in first two quarters of 2017 Fundamental Research Homeopathy outperforms antibiotics treatment in juvenile scallop Argopecten ventricosus: effects on growth, survival, and immune response Action of antibiotic oxacillin on in vitro growth of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) previously treated with ...
Pecten novaezelandiae, common name the New Zealand scallop, is a bivalve mollusc of the family Pectinidae, the scallops. Its name is sometimes found misspelt as Pecten novaezealandiae. Pecten novaezelandiae is endemic to New Zealand. It is found in the North Island, South Island, Stewart Island, and the Chatham Islands. Pecten novaezelandiae is found on sand, silt, and mud from low tide level to over 90 m. Large populations are found at depths of 10 to 25 m. Pecten novaezelandiae is completely free-living, mobile and somewhat migratory. The two valves are asymmetric. The left valve is convex while the right is flat. The concave valve has approximately 16 ribs. The colour is variable, however the valves are usually a whitish pink, but sometimes can be a dark reddish brown. Natural predators are sea stars and octopus. Sexually mature individuals are hermaphrodites. They are broadcast spawners. The season when the organisms spawn is variable between locations. However, in Tasman Bay, the peak time ...
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Image Credit. According to the Daily Mail, the Hawaii Department of Health has said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) laboratory test results confirm the presence of the hepatitis A virus in frozen Sea Port Bay Scallops. De Oro Resources, Inc. in the Philippines was the producer, and the scallops were imported by a Washington state company, the Sea Port Products Corp.. Some 206 cases of hepatitis A have been confirmed. Symptoms of the disease include nausea, loss of appetite and fever.. Fallout from the Outbreak. The laboratory findings helped to validate the investigation of the Hawaii Department of Health. The department is working to ensure that no affected product remains in the state and to watch for any signs of additional infected individuals.. The outbreak of hepatitis A has resulted in an embargo throughout the state on this product, hence it cannot be sold and consumers are warned not to consume it.. The outbreak was determined to have probably been caused by the serving of ...
For red meat, which has more harmful saturated fats, aim for ones that have a higher stearic acid content that is found in grass-fed beef and has more omega-3 as well. Remember that eating fish protects against inflammation, arthritis, diabetes, decreases arrhythmias, lowers triglyceride risk, and decreases blood pressure. To avoid contaminated fish (that have mercury, polychlorinated biphenyls, or dioxin), stay away form tilefish, shark, swordfish, and king mackeral. Instead, try tuna (bluefin, yellowtail, or skipjack), halibut, and salmon. Best choices for sustainable fish can be found at: http://www.seafoodwatch.org/ and http://www.msc.org/ Other eco-friendly and healthful fish include pollack, haddock, albacore tuna, Barramundi, rainbow trout, and farmed shellfish such as blue mussels, oysters, and bay scallops. Farmed seafood offers excellent healthful and sustainable food ...
We originally created the 2008 version of this wine to celebrate our 10th anniversary as a winery in 2010. With the exotic complexity and food friendliness of a white Rhone-style blend, it is a red-drinkers white, a complex alternative to the more one-dimensional white varietal wines like Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc. It is the perfect complement to its namesake shellfish, as well as chicken or pork dishes with buttery-creamy sauces. *Coquille is pronounced ko-keel and it is French for shellfish or scallop, like the scallop shells on the Shelton family coat of arms ...
This appears to be Chlamys (Bractechlamys) vexillum (Reeve, 1853). The species is very variable in color, but quite constant in shape and sculpture. It is from the Indo-Pacific region, most likely the Philippines ...
Born as John Preston Courville in Port Arthur, Texas,[4] of Cajun ancestry, Preston sang in high school choral contests throughout the state of Texas.[4] He formed a rock and roll band called the Shades, who were seen performing at a local club by J. P. The Big Bopper Richardson. Richardson offered Preston the chance to record a teenage tragedy song he had written, Running Bear, which they did in Houston, Texas, in 1958.[5] The Indian sounds on the record were performed by Richardson and George Jones.[6] The record was released after the Big Boppers death in the same plane crash that killed Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens.[4] It entered the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in October 1959, reaching number one in January 1960 and remaining there for three weeks.[4][6] It was a transatlantic chart-topper, reaching #1 in the United Kingdom in March 1960.[7] The sales of the record exceeded one million copies, earning Preston his first gold disc.[4] Preston quickly followed up with another hit called ...
Melt a tbsp of butter over medium heat and add the sliced mushrooms. Season with black pepper and pinch of salt, then cook until theyre caramelized. Using the same pan, melt another tbsp of butter and fry the scallop until golden and flip to cook the other side. Place a slice of the jalapeno monterey jack cheese on top of the scallops, then turn off the heat when the scallop is cooked ...
This study was a small pen trial in which we investigated comparative effects of dietary sea urchin shell powder and feed additives on meat quality and fatty acid profiles of broiler breast meat. A total of 108 male broilers were assigned to 3 groups (control, 1% sea urchin shell powder, and 1% feed additives) with 3 replicates of 12 chicks per pen in a completely randomized design for 28 days..... Get Price ...
For generations, eggs were considered one of natures most perfect foods. Traditionally, dogs and cats have eaten eggshells straight from the nest, we also worry about what we are feeding to our pets Eggshell Powder Is A Great Source of Calcium For your lovable dogs and cats. One of the most common mistakes that people
The past two decades witnessed substantial growth in the percent of doctorate degrees awarded to women. In 2013, women in the humanities earned over half of all doctoral degrees (51.2%). However, evidence shows that women have continued to remain largely underrepresented among faculty. Using unique data collated from the National Humanities Department Surveys, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), and data we collected on the gender of presidents, provosts, and deans, we examined whether the gender of key university administrators predicts the proportion of faculty in the humanities who were female among full- time tenured or tenure-track, full-time non-tenured, and part-time non-tenured faculty. OLS estimates indicate a statistically significant association between administrator gender and the share of full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty that is female. However, instrumental variables estimation suggest more mixed results, leading us to conclude that there is no stable
S1, a new chromogenic cephalosporin (International BioClinical, Inc., Portland, Oreg.), was used to detect beta-lactamase production among a variety of commonly encountered bacteria in a four-center collaborative study. Results of an S1 disk assay were compared with those obtained by a nitrocefin-based disk procedure (Cefinase; Becton-Dickinson Microbiology Systems, Cockeysville, Md.), with repetitive testing of five quality control organisms and with individual tests of recent clinical isolates of Neisseria gonorrhoeae (162 strains), Haemophilus influenzae (162 strains), Moraxella catarrhalis (155 strains), Staphylococcus aureus (161 strains), and Bacteroides fragilis (164 strains). The performances of the two beta-lactamase disk assays were comparable for the first three species cited above. However, the S1 assay appeared to be a more sensitive procedure than the Cefinase assay when applied to S. aureus and B. fragilis, with respect to both total numbers of positive results and length of time to a
Objectives Little is known about patterns and correlates of Complementary Health Approaches (CHAs) in chronic pain populations, particularly in rural, underserved communities. This article details the development and implementation of a new survey instrument designed to address this gap, the Complementary Health Approaches for Pain Survey (CHAPS). Design Following pilot-testing using pre-specified criteria to assess quality and comprehension in our target population, and after feedback regarding face-validity from content experts and stakeholders, the final cross-sectional self-report survey required 10-12 minutes to complete. It contained 69 demographic, lifestyle and health-related factors, and utilized a Transtheoretical Model (TTM) underpinning to assess short- and long-term use of 12 CHAs for pain management. Twenty additional items on pain severity, feelings, clinical outcomes, and activities were assessed using the Short-Form Global Pain Scale (SF-GPS); Internal reliability was assessed using