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Metabolomics study of immune responses of New Zealand Greenshell™ mussels (Perna canaliculus) infected with pathogenic Vibrio sp.

Vibrio coralliilyticus is a bacterial pathogen which can affect a range of marine organisms, such as corals, fish and shellfish, with sometimes devastating consequences. However, little is known about the mechanisms involved in the host-pathogen interaction, especially within molluscan models. 160 more words

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Washington 2018 Part 11: MusselFest!

One of the biggest events in Coupeville is the annual Penn Cove MusselFest. It is held the first weekend in March, which is why I made the trek up to Washington before spring. 843 more words

Low levels of microplastics (MP) in wild mussels indicate that MP ingestion by humans is minimal compared to exposure via household fibres fallout during a meal

Microplastics (MPs) are the most numerous debris reported in marine environments and assessment of the amounts of MPs that accumulate in wild organisms is necessary for risk assessment. 259 more words

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Application of an enzyme digestion method reveals microlitter in Mytilus trossulus at a wastewater discharge area

The ingestion of microlitter by blue mussels (450) was studied at a wastewater recipient area in the Baltic Sea. The mussel soft tissues were digested using enzymatic detergents and the detected litter particles characterized with FT-IR imaging spectroscopy. 116 more words

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Mussel Soft Omelette (ออส่วนหอยแมลงภู่)

Serves: 2

What you need:

  • 1 cup Frozen mussels (or oyster, or mixed seafood)

  • 2 Tbsp Tapioca flour

  • 4 Tbsp Water

  • 1 Tbsp Thai seasoning sauce (I use golden mountain brand)

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Squid's in

Beautiful squid is plentiful in the seas around western Scotland and is eaten by everyone, rich and poor, the world over – apart from by us Brits who, despite being a nation surrounded by sea, prefer  515 more words

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