Green Crab


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Green Crab

A formerly used slang term for $10 in Hong Kong, which referred to the green color of banknotes. These banknotes are no longer used. See also: Hong Kong dollar, Colorful crab.
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Thermogeography predicts the potential global range of the invasive European green crab (Carcinus maenas).
A carbonic anhydrase repressor is localized in the sinus gland of the eyestalk in the euryhaline green crab, Carcinus maenas.
Effect of metal ions on the activity of green crab (Scylla serrata) alkaline phosphatase.
When she began her research, Paul said, she didn't know anything about the green crab, but once she got out into the field, that soon changed.
The green crab first became established along the western United States in San Francisco Bay, California, [sim]1989-1990 (Cohen et al.
102) California state experts believe that the green crab made its way to the West hidden away in seaweed packing materials.
ZAP Jonway sponsored Taizhou's Green Crab Festival on Saturday, an annual event that attracted more than 18,000 people, including several Hong Kong movie stars and celebrities.
Basic statistical values related to the biometric measurements belonging to Mediterranean green crab are given in Table I.
Mae 'na granc arall ar y traeth hefyd, sef y cranc glas neu granc y traeth - Carcinus maenas ydi ei enw gwyddonol, a'r shore crab neu'r green crab yn Saesneg.
The theoretical model suggested by Naylor (1958) is that an endogenous circatidal clock controls the locomotor activity of the green crab and a separate circadian clock modulates the expression of the tidal rhythms.
The European green crab gobbled up two species of native shellfish, says Edwin D.