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Choline esters and biogenic amines in the hypobranchial gland of
As many as 55 neogastropod molluscs, all belonging to the Muricoidea superfamily, have been investigated for occurrence and contents, in their hypobranchial ...
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and included brain, testicle, adrenal glands, prostate and muscles. From the above ... (Imidazolepropionylcholine) in the Hypobranchial Gland of Thais.
The hypobranchial gland is a kind of mucus gland, common to all the prosobranchs, forming the most conspicuous organ in the pallial cavity both for its secretion ...
Identification of an Attractin-Like Pheromone in the - UQ eSpace
Hypobranchial Gland of the Abalone Haliotis asinina Linnaeus. Author(s): Chitraporn Kuanpradit, Scott F. Cummins, Bernard M.
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Aug 2, 2001 The paired hypobranchial glands are fused and lie along almost the entire ... The left hypobranchial gland is more prominent than the right one.

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How mollusks and color science figure into ancient Israel
Drawing on a discovery by a French zoologist, Herzog came to believe that the source of tekhelet was the hypobranchial gland of the Murex trunculus snail. However, Herzog's experiments with the snail resulted in a dye that was purple, rather than blue.
Who First Invented the Color Royal Purple--and How?
The purple-bearing part of the whelk is the hypobranchial gland, which produces a colorless or yellow mucus. When exposed to sunlight and air the mucus changes color several times, but at last becomes a stable, non-water-soluble purple pigment ...

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Hypobranchial gland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The hypobranchial gland is a glandular structure which is part of the anatomy of many mollusks, including several different families of gastropods, and also many  ...
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Histomorphology of the hypobranchial gland in Dicathais orbita
Jan 9, 2010 Bioactive precursors of Tyrian purple occur in the hypobranchial gland, reproductive glands and egg masses of muricids, such as Dicathais ...
The hypobranchial gland in the Bivalvia - NRC Research Press
The hypobranchial gland in the Bivalvia. BRIAN MORTON. Department of Zoology, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong.
Choline esters and biogenic amines in the hypobranchial gland of
Toxicon. 1996 Jan;34(1):33-55. Choline esters and biogenic amines in the hypobranchial gland of 55 molluscan species of the neogastropod Muricoidea ...

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