Ultrastructural studies of oogenesis in Bolinus brandari s ( Gastropoda : Muricidae ) *

@inproceedings{Amor2004UltrastructuralSO,
  title={Ultrastructural studies of oogenesis in Bolinus brandari s ( Gastropoda : Muricidae ) *},
  author={M J Amor and Montserrat Ram{\'o}n and Merc{\`e} Durfort},
  year={2004}
}
Muricidae comprise more than 2000 Neogastropod species distributed worldwide. Some of these species are commercially exploited in, for instance, Thailand (Nugranad et al. 1994) and Chile (Gutiérrez and Gallardo, 1999). Bolinus brandaris (Linnaeus, 1758) is common in the Mediterranean and constitutes a locally important resource in Spain, Italy and Turkey (Martín et al. 1995). On the other hand, B. brandaris, like many other prosobranchia species, is affected by the imposex phenomenon (i.e… CONTINUE READING

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