Eating Live Crabs Infects 8 In Orange County
Deanne Thompson of the Orange County Health Care Agency has confirmed that eating some live raw sawagani crabs
on a dare may have contributed to the outbreak of a lung fluke parasite infection that occurred in eight people.//
'I don't know if every one of these eight -- or any of them -- ate ...
Give a Cold Shoulder To Uncooked Crabs
might make you ill, warn California health officials. The crabs
called the Sawagani crabs, which had been distributed to many restaurants in California,// have come under scrutiny after two cases of illness were reported, after consumption of crabs.
The cause of the illness has bee...
Chinese takeaway in the Wadden Sea
... Takeaway meal
Experiments revealed that shore crabs
always first attempt to catch their prey at the richest food spot. However, the shore crabs
do not consume their prey there. Instead, they tak...e the meal. With this takeaway meal strategy shore crabs
are ensured of their dinner and they avoid greedy ...
Scientists Report New Take on Sexual Signaling
As the tide recedes, revealing great expanses of Pacific beach, fiddler crabs
(Uca terpsichores) segue in and out of their burrows, dodging predatory shorebirds. Male crabs
build hood-like sand castles next to the entrance of their burrows, attract...
Insulin Tablets-No More Injections
... the ingestion of a solution containing specially packaged insulin.
The scientists reported using a chemical called chitosan derived from shrimps, crabs
or lobsters, to coat insulin. These were then made into very tiny nanoparticles.
The chitosan -shelled insulin was found to escape attack by stomac...
Punjabis Transfer Taste From Chicken To Prawns
...r these fish. And besides these fish, we have a variety of seafood like crab which serves as a good variety for people. They are thrilled to order for crabs
and lobsters and do take a risk in ordering for these seafood," says Rajiv Kakkar, General Manager of the hotel hosting the festival.
Antibiotic from crab blood indentified
Professor Ho Bow of the National University of Singapore had mentioned that inspite of the fact that the cells from the blood of horseshoe crabs
have been used for more than 25 years to test for the presence of bacteria in pharmaceutical products and medical devices, the discovery of binding an...
Crabs in Medical Dictionary
are decapod crustaceans of the infraorder Brachyura, which typically have a very short projecting "tail", or where the reduced abdomen is entirely hidden under the thorax. They are generally covered with a thick... Crab lice can be treated with Permethrin 1% cream rin...
...s. ... tummy ache infant, tummy ache infants. tummy ache infant,infants ache tummy ... my mini chocolate croissants look like tiny crabs
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is a parasite infection medically known as Pediculosis pubis or pubic lice. ... The National Association of School Nurses, Position Statem...
Crabs in Biological News
Evolution: Crabs go deep to avoid hot water
Researchers from the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, have drawn together 200 years' worth of oceanographic knowledge to investigate the distribution of a notorious deep-sea giant the king crab. The results, published this week in the Journal of Biogeography , reveal temperature as a ...
Fiddler crabs reveal honesty is not always the best policy
Dishonesty may be more widespread in the animal kingdom than previously thought. A team of Australian ecologists has discovered that some male fiddler crabs
"lie" about their fighting ability by growing claws that look strong and powerful but are in fact weak and puny. Published this week in the B...
Shell-breaking crabs lived 20 million years earlier than thought
While waiting for colleagues at a small natural history museum in the state of Chiapas, Mexico last year, Cornell paleontologist Greg Dietl chanced upon a discovery that has helped rewrite
the evolutionary history of crabs
and the shelled mollusks upon which they preyed.
In a museum display ca...
Decline of shorebird linked to bait use of horseshoe crabs
Declining numbers of a shorebird called the red knot have been linked to bait use of horseshoe crabs.
Long-term surveys of red knots showed that the average weight of red knots when they leave Delaware Bay has declined significantly since their primary food source, eggs of horseshoe crabs, has ...
U-M researcher and colleagues predict large 2009 Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone'
... same process occurs in the Chesapeake Bay, where nutrients in the Susquehanna River trigger the event. In both the Gulf and the Bay, fish, shrimp and crabs
are forced to leave the hypoxic zone. Animals that cannot move perish.
The annual hypoxia forecasts helps coastal managers, policy makers, and the ...
Crustacean shell with polyester creates mixed-fiber material for nerve repair
Now researchers at the University of Washington are using the same principle for biomedical applications. Mixing chitosan, found in the shells of crabs
and shrimp, with an industrial polyester creates a promising new material for the tiny tubes that support repair of a severed nerve, and could serve o...
Resilin springs simplify the control of crustacean limb movements
...he open access journal BMC Biology , of the movements of the mouthparts of crabs
Malcolm Burrows from the University of Cambridge, UK inve...ce of resilin, an elastic protein found in many insects and crustaceans, in crabs
and crayfish caught in Norfolk and Cambridge, UK, and in Washington, USA. H...
Penn biologists demonstrate that size matters... in snail shells
...s. Stouter and thicker shells have been reported for N. lapillus and several other species following the introduction of predatory Carcinus maenas crabs
early in the 20th century. Indeed, researchers hypothesize that when the snails are exposed to crab cues, shells of small snails first thicken and the...
Crabs' memory of pain confirmed by Queen's academic
...Queen's University Belfast academic has shown that crabs
not only suffer pain but that they retain a memory...The study, which looked at the reactions of hermit crabs
to small electric shocks, was carried out by Profe...s used in food industries are treated.
have no shell of their own so inhabit other struct...
Crab claws pack strengthening bromide-rich biomaterial
...t also is present on the walking legs of Dungeness crabs
(Cancer magister), a dining delicacy in the Pacific Northwest.
"The types of crabs
that use this trick for their claw tips rely on th... a researcher in the UO physics department. "These crabs
include many common...
Crabs in Biological Technology
Nano-Velcro Sticks With Venture Capitalists
... Dowling and Raghavan create nano-velcro by attaching fatty grafts to
the biopolymer chitosan, which is derived from the shells of crustaceans
such as crabs
and shrimp. The fatty grafts gently hook onto blood or soft
tissue, similar to Velcro(R), enabling the chitosan to act directly and
more effectively i...
A Unique Dimension in Biological Purity
...ces turbidity, precipitation or gelation of the mixture.
are used as blood donors for the collection of amoebocytes.
Fortunately, the crabs
do not have to be killed for this process. Since
1987 and 1988 the...
Crabs in Biological Definition
... often do not have enough food to support a viable breeding population of homeothermic animals. In these niches, poikilotherms such as large lizards, crabs
and frogs supplant homeotherms such as birds and mammals.
Crabs in Biological Dictionary
...s, Toys, Collectibles, Car Parts, Food, and the Good Things in Life. An introduction to the biology, classification and ecology of prawns, shrips crabs
lobsters and their allies, the subphylum Crustacea The Superorder Syncarida (see Crustacea : ... Crustacea : Figure 4. Line drawings of dorsal...
...polysaccharide, forming the principal component of Learn about horseshoe crabs
and how research helps determine fishery management. ... Chitin was first...th) of mollusks, and the beak ... Have you ever wondered how beetles and crabs
get their shells? Read here to learn all about chitin . ... Chitin is a ...
...ia article on cephalothorax (zoology), ...liquefied remains into their mouths. Except among daddy longlegs and the mites and ticks, in ... Hermit crabs
are interesting, clean, and easy-to-care-for animals that are ... The gills and walking legs are under the back part of the cephalothorax . ......