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Definition of the noun Acmaea testudinalis
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Acmaea testudinalis is a species of Testudinalia, described by O. F. Müller in 1776.
- synonym: species Acmaea testudinalis
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Mollusca
- class: Gastropoda
- family: Lottiidae
- genus: Testudinalia
- species: Testudinalia testudinalis
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by S. Gangolli
Acmaea testudinalis were subjected to 156 mg H and 0.56 mg H concentrations of carbofuran. Results showed a persistent increase in aspartate and alanine ...
by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
species is the Atlantic plate limpet (Acmaea testudinalis) of cold waters. Keyhole limpets have a slit or hole at the apex of the shell. Some limpets ( subclass Pulmonata) live in brackish water and freshwater. See also MOLLUSK.
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
species is the Atlantic plate limpet (Acmaea testudinalis) of cold waters. Keyhole limpets have a slit or hole at the apex of the shell. Some limpets ( subclass Pulmonata) live in brackish water and freshwater. See also •mollusk.
Upon Original Plans ... by Isaac Kaufman Funk
Acmaea testudinalis is the common limpet of onorthern Unifood. L-3 Gr. limos, hunger, + ted tes. 2. Some other - tropod with a j resembling, a limo: as, a keyholeimpet or fissurellid; a cup-and-saucer limpet or calyptraeid. "[-3 AS. o Limpets. sor ...
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