[request]. Taxonomic citation. MolluscaBase (). Anadara granosa (Linnaeus, ). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species. Descriptions and articles about the Blood Cockle, scientifically known as Anadara granosa as classified by Paleobiology Database in the Encyclopedia of Life. The blood cockle Anadara granosa is a bivalve mollusc in the family Arcidae and subfamily Anadarinae and locally known as “kerang” in.
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Seaweeds, corals, bivalves and gastropods. Kkomak- muchim seasoned blood cockles. The bivalves in this family are renowned for a source of cheap protein in tropical areas, especially in the Indo-Pacific region [ 2 ].
Tegillarca granosa Linnaeus. FAO’s Yearbook of Fishery Statistics reports a range of yearly aquaculture production from around mt in to mt in China, Korea Rep.
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Tegillarca granosa Scientific classification Kingdom: Currently, the types of industries are food processing and canning, processing of agricultural products, feed mills, timber based wood products, and transport equipment. Man in the mangroves: This may be the cause of neurological deficits such as mental retardation in children and kidney disease such as interstitial nephritis to adults and also contribute to hypertension and cardiovascular disease [ 22 ] to the consumers after long term consumption.
Some aspects of cockle Andara granosa L.
Biological characters and technique of oyster Anadara granosa culture at Tra Vinh coastal water. The use of coastal waters as a convenient receptacle for domestic and industrial wastes threatens the quality of seafood rivers and coastal waters are presently exposed to not only the increasing quantities of granoosa and nutrients, but also the cocktails of industrial derived contaminants, many of which exhibit significant persistence and capabilities for bioaccumulation [ 25 ].
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Harvesting begins when the cockles have attained a marketable size of mm. View at Google Scholar D. Tegillarca granosa also known as Anadara granosa  is a species of ark clam known as the blood cockle or blood clam due to the red haemoglobin liquid inside the soft tissues.
Chiton magnificus Acanthopleura echinata Acanthopleura granulata. Garnosa topics Oyster farming Land snail farming Gastropod anatomy Bivalve anatomy. Human habitation and traditional uses of the mangrove ecosystem in peninsular Malaysia.
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Shell equivalve, thick and solid, ovate, strongly inflated, slightly longer than high and feebly inequilateral Poutiers, The abundance of heavy metal may jeopardize human health due to the consumption of contaminated bivalves [ 11 ].
One female anadarx produce- 2, eggs. Edition 10, Tomus 1, Holmiae.
Thus, consumer should have consciousness about such type of seafood from mentioned sites and need further investigation.
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In addition, Thailand has been imported from Malaysia some thousands of metric Tons of cockles of commercial size and seed. Periostracum rather thin and smooth.
Ribs stout and qnadara rugose, bearing regular,often rectangular nodules. It may be the cause of serious human health problems after long term consumption. Internal margins with strong crenulations corresponding with the external radial ribs.
Common Kellet’s Knobbed Lightning Channeled. Heavy metals such as Cd and Pb are toxic even at relatively low concentration and not essential gdanosa metabolic activities [ 910 ].
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This page was last edited on 14 Augustat The discharge of effluents and associated toxic compounds into aquatic systems represents an ongoing environmental problem due to their possible impact on communities in the receiving aquatic water and a potential effect on human health [ 16 ]. It is concluded that the concentrations of Cd and Pb in blood grsnosa from four sites of Asajaya anaadara the maximum permissible limits set by Malaysian Food Regulation