The Effect of transplantation experiment on the shell morph of the shell fish Tympanotonus fuscatus fuscatus

Oronsaye, C. G.
December 2002
Tropical Ecology;Winter2002, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p351
Academic Journal
Presents a study that examined the effect of transplantation experiment on the shell morph of shellfish in West Africa. Background on the study site; Biotic and abiotic factors found at the site; Elements affecting the shell formation of mollusks.


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