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The Conservation Biology Of Molluscs

Proceedings Of A Symposium Held At The 9Th International Malacological Congress (Occasional Papers of the Iucn Species Survival Commission, No. 9.)

by E. Alison Kay

  • 92 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by World Conservation Union .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Molluscs,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Marine Life,
  • Mollusca,
  • Nature,
  • Science,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - Marine Biology,
  • Life Sciences - Zoology - General,
  • Nature / Environmental Conservation & Protection,
  • Congresses,
  • Biological diversity conservat,
  • Mollusks,
  • Wildlife conservation,
  • General,
  • Biodiversity conservation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8942015M
    ISBN 102831700531
    ISBN 109782831700533

    This book covers the profile (habitat, distribution, morphology, food and feeding, reproduction, conservation status, etc.) of about species of commercial edible marine gastropod molluscs as well as their nutritional values, commercial importance, and pharmaceutical value. Your purchase includes a 5-page student test (in format) and 5-page teacher key ( format). The Mollusk Test is out of 85 points and contains: • 36 Matching Questions split into three sections (classification, mollusk examples, and structures) • 28 Multiple Choice Questions • 9 Diagram Label Questions • 6 Fill-in Questions • 2 Short Answer Essay Questions 4/5(13).

    Physiology of Molluscs: A Collection of Selected Reviews is an informative two-volume set that brings together some of the most important recent and unique developments in molluscan physiology. Volume One focuses on shell structure, mineralization, the dynamics of calcium transport, shell drilling, byssus proteins, locomotion, and reproduction. Bivalve Molluscs is an extremely comprehensive book covering all major aspects of this important class of invertebrates. As well as being an important class biologically and ecologically, many of the bivalves are fished and cultured commercially (e.g. mussels, oysters, scallops and clams) in a multi-billion dollar worldwide industry.

    Knowledge of the conservation status of plant species is essential to plan and monitor conservation action. At the global level two major international Conventions address the conservation of plant species. The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is a framework agreement that comprehensively addresses biological diversity. Winston F Ponder was a Principal Research Scientist at The Australian Museum in Sydney where he is currently a Research Fellow. He has published extensively over the last 55 years on the systematics, evolution, biology and conservation of marine and freshwater molluscs, as well as supervised post graduate students and run university courses.


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The Conservation Biology Of Molluscs by E. Alison Kay Download PDF EPUB FB2

: The Conservation Biology of Molluscs: Proceedings Of A Symposium Held At The 9Th International Malacological Congress (Occasional Papers of the Iucn Species Survival Commission, No. 9.) (): Kay, E. Alison: BooksFormat: Paperback. Conservation of marine molluscs in the British Isles N.A. Holmes 29 Exploitation and conservation of marine molluscs of India (Abstract) N.V.

Subba Rao 33 Conservation projects for the freshwater pearl mussel Margaritifera margaritifera in the Federal Republic of Germany J.H. Jungbluth 34File Size: 2MB. FRESHWATER MOLLUSK BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION THE JOURNAL OF THE FRESHWATER MOLLUSK CONSERVATION SOCIETY VOLUME 21 NUMBER 1 APRIL Pages Freshwater Mussels (Bivalvia: Unionida) of Vietnam: Diversity, Distribution, and Conservation Status Van Tu Do, Le Quang Tuan, and Arthur E.

Boga Pages A Survey of the Freshwater MusselsFile Size: 9MB. About this book. Biology and Ecology of Edible Marine Bivalve Molluscs provides a plethora of first-hand information on the diversity, biology, and ecology of edible marine bivalve mollusks.

Marine bivalve molluscs play important roles in the marine ecosystems by filtering the water and serving as habitat and prey for a variety of sea life.

Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation We invite and accept manuscripts for publication in the online-only Society journal. Issues are published two times per year, in March and September.

About this book. Biology The Conservation Biology Of Molluscs book Ecology of Edible Marine Gastropod Molluscs focuses exclusively on sea snails or gastropods, which are popular food items and occupy an important role as commercial shell craft industry. Familiar examples include conchs (highly sought after due to their mild flavor) as well as escargot, abalone, and periwinkle snails.

Conchatenations: [Review of "The Conservation Biology of Mollusks" by E. Kay] Article (PDF Available) December with 30 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Book Description. Molluscs comprise the second largest phylum of animals (after arthropods), occurring in virtually all habitats.

Some are commercially important, a few are pests and some carry diseases, while many non-marine molluscs are threatened by human impacts which have resulted in more extinctions than all tetrapod vertebrates combined.

This book provides a comprehensive review of the ecology of freshwater bivalves and gastropods worldwide. It deals with the ecology of these species in its broadest sense, including diet, habitat and reproductive biology, emphasising in particular the tremendous diversity of Author: Robert T.

Dillon. The Conservation Biology of Molluscs by Kay,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The book will prove to be a good text for undergraduates and it could inspire some of them to undertake careers in the field of molluscan biology." Neil Bourne, Aquaculture International, "I found this a most readable book that presents a comprehensive overview of Cited by: issues (e.g., biology, ecology, habitat, funding) remain prominent concerns facing mollusk conservation in both strategies.

In addition, the revised strategy contains a few issues (e.g., newly. The author, George Gibbs, is an entomologist and a former lecturer in biology at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.

As an entomologist myself I may be biased, but I think the reader should be glad that the author's background allows him to provide examples from the arthropod : Marco Ferrante.

Gastropods on land: phylogeny, diversity and adaptive morphology; Body wall: form and function; Sensory organs and the nervous system; Radular structure and function; Structure and function of the digestive system in Stylommatophora; Food and feeding behaviour; Haemolymph: blood cell morphology and function; Structure and functioning of the reproductive system; Regulation of growth and /5(2).

Get this from a library. The conservation biology of molluscs: proceedings of a symposium held at the 9th International Malacological Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, [E Alison Kay; IUCN/SSC Mollusc Specialist Group.; International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

Species Survival Commission.;]. In addition to detailed accounts of each mussel species found in Ohio, the book provides information on basic biology, human use, and conservation issues of molluscs.

Did you know that a recent scientific estimate puts two-thirds of our freshwater mussels at risk of going extinct. Mussels are important though, they naturally filter the water of. This comprehensive volume provides a plethora of first-hand information on the diversity, biology, and ecology of edible marine bivalve molluscs.

It covers the biology of edible marine bivalves; profiles about species, providing information on their habitat, distribution, morphology, food and fe.

Evaluating the Potential for Conservation Development: Biophysical, Economic, and Institutional Perspectives Evaluación del Potencial de la Desarrollo para la Conservación: Perspectivas Biofísicas, Económicas e Institucionales.

Editorial Reviews "This book presents current knowledge and research on the biology of terrestrial gastropod molluscs, examining morphology, phylogeny and systematics, structure and function of the various organ systems, feeding behavior, life history strategies, behavioral ecology, population and conservation genetics, and soil biology and : With an estima species, terrestrial molluscs are one of the most successful and diverse animal groups in land-based ecosystems.

These animals have long been of importance to human societies as food, medicine, crop pests, vectors of parasites, and as tools, personal ornamentation and currency in trade.

This book is aimed particularly at students and professionals concerned with. Book Description. The phylum Mollusca is the second largest group of animals and occur in virtually all habitats.

Many non-marine molluscs are threatened with more recorded extinctions than all tetrapod vertebrates combined. This two-volume set will provide the first general account of molluscs in decades and will include hundreds of colour.This book presents a synthesis of current knowledge and research on the biology of terrestrial gastropod molluscs, which are of importance to human societies as food, medicine, crop pests, vectors of parasites, and as tools, personal ornamentation and currency in trade.Nancy Ockendon is the Miriam Rothschild Conservation Coordinator and works in the Conservation Science Group of the Zoology Department of the University of Cambridge.

She is managing editor of the journal Conservation Evidence, and helps run the annual horizon scan of global conservation issues, as well as being involved in a range of projects as part of the Conservation Evidence group.