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Hard clams, scallops or shrimp can be substituted for the mussels in the recipe, according to Johnson.
6 million over three years, will go to: 1) Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: $682,000 to understand the connection between fluctuations of carbon dioxide levels and ocean scallop populations, harvest and economic conditions; 2) The State University of New York at Stony Brook: $533,000 to examine bay scallops and hard clams to determine acidification s effects on each species and identify the most vulnerable regions of estuaries; and 3) The University of Washington: $374,000 to study a large climate model with fish populations and economic models in order to predict ocean conditions and economic effects.
MATERIALS AND METHODS Study Organisms and Site The bivalve Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758), or hard clam or quahog, is a mollusc that belongs to the Veneridae family.
To identify other baits, the activity in the pallial nerve of whelks was determined during exposure of the osphradium to odorant solutions prepared from horseshoe crab eggs, horseshoe crab hemolymph, and hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria) tissue.
They grow more than four feet long and eat large quantities of scallops, oysters, soft-shell and hard clams in bays and estuaries--their summer homes and autumn-spring migration paths.
The eastern oyster and hard clam are the most common types of bivalves, and both have become more prone to disease, likely due to poor water quality.
She administered clay to water over filter-feeding bivalves--scallops, limpets, hard clams, and other crustaceans that sieve their meals of tiny organisms from water pumped through their body cavities.
But in the industry, the term quahog is used from the Canadian Maritimes through Rhode Island, while simply clam or hard clam is used from Connecticut through Texas; in Mexico, it is the almeja (clam).