The Optical Characteristics of Cultured Akoya Pearl Are Influenced by Both Donor and Recipient Oysters View Full Text


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2018-10-10

AUTHORS

Toshiharu Iwai , Masaharu Takahashi , Chiemi Miura , Takeshi Miura

ABSTRACT

The characteristics of a cultured pearl are influenced by two kinds of pearl oysters. One is the donor pearl oyster, which provides a small piece of mantle to be transplanted, and the other is the recipient pearl oyster, in which the pearl nucleus and a small piece of mantle are transplanted. Generally, the brightness, luster, and color of pearls are affected by the donor oyster, while the thickness of nacre is affected by the recipient oyster. Previously, we have indicated that the sex of recipient pearl oyster directly affects the quality of pearl, and the optical characteristics measured by FT-IR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy) of pearl produced from male and female pearl oysters significantly differ (Iwai et al. Aquaculture 437:333–338, 2015). Moreover, using the various strains of Akoya pearl oyster as recipient and the same donor oyster, the produced Akoya pearl had different spectra for each strain. Also, besides the culture of the Akoya pearl oyster, the transplantation also produced different optically characterized pearls by breeding them in various environments. These results suggested that the optical characteristics underlying pearl quality are not only the influence by donor oyster but also the sex, the strain, and the breeding conditions of recipient oyster. More... »

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113-119

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Biomineralization

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978-981-13-1001-0
978-981-13-1002-7

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