The plants in which the sex organs are carried within the flowers and the seeds are enclosed in a fruit are called angiosperms.
Corbicula, an annotated bibliography. Annotations, usually in the form of the published abstract, are provided for most of the works listed.
This interest in the United States was first manifested in paleontological works on the Tertiary of North America. Later, interest was concerned with curiosity about an exotic bivalve that found its way from the Orient to the waters of the North American West Coast.
Still later, this interest became more acute as corbiculid bivalves became a serious fouling pest in various agricultural and industrial facilities, particularly at electric power generating facilities.
It is this interest that has generated two international symposia and nearly all of the published accounts of the biology, biochemistry, and physiology of corbiculid bivalves.
Other bibliographies on corbiculid bivalves have appeared in the past. More recent works have included those of SinclairDundeeCorbin and Mattice et al.
Sinclair's bibliography was chiefly concerned with Corbicula in the United States and was arranged by various subject headings. Dundee's bibliography included all the known exotic molluscs in the North American fauna and therefore included Corbicula as only one of many species covered.
The most complete bibliography to date was that of Mattice et al. However, many papers were not included and there was no arrangement of the citations other than an alphabetical listing and keying papers to broad subject headings.
However, these bibliographies were the most complete works to date and were extremely useful in providing a logical starting point to develop a comprehensive bibliography on the literature concerning these bivalves. These included searches of the literature cited sections of recently published papers, the published bibliographies of SinclairDundeeand Mattice et al.
For those years not contained in the data base, searches were made of the printed volumes. Titles included in the bibliography include published books, papers, abstracts, and reports to various governmental agencies. In a few instances, titles published in the popular press are included.
Where possible, copies of all materials were obtained and titles, pagination, and plate and figure numbers verified. This was accomplished by conducting searches of the book, journal, and reprint collections of the following institutions: The period covered was between during which O.
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Regulation. providing for a compre-hensive overhaul of EU legislation on plant reproductive material, including seeds.
It forms one element of a broader. The regulation of glucose levels in the internal environment The regulation of carbon dioxide levels in the internal environment 57 The regulation of water balance in the internal environment (osmo-.
The EU regulates the marketing of plant reproductive material of agricultural, vegetable, forest, fruit and ornamental species and vines, ensuring that EU criteria for health and quality are met.
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