Site of particle selection in a bivalve mollusc View Full Text


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DATE

1997-11

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J. Evan Ward, Jeffrey S. Levinton, Sandra E. Shumway, Terry Cucci

ABSTRACT

Bivalve molluscs form dense populations that exert profound effects on the particle loads and phytoplankton composition of coastal waters1. It has long been known that bivalves can select among different particle types, including selecting against those of poor nutritional value2,3,4,5, but because of difficulties in observing particle transport processes in the pallial cavity in vivo, the mechanism of selection was not known. We now use a combination of video endoscopy6 and flow cytometry7 to show that oysters can select living particles from non-living detritus on the gills. Our methods could aid the study of suspension feeding in many animal groups. More... »

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131-132

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/36481

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