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- Curd, Amelia, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Ecological indicators 2019 v.98 pp. 49-60
- Sabellaria alveolata; arachidonic acid; biomarkers; carbohydrates; catalase; citrate (si)-synthase; ecosystem engineers; environmental indicators; environmental law; food availability; habitats; intraspecific competition; monitoring; mussels; oysters; physiological state; proteins; protocols; reefs; retrogradation; superoxide dismutase; terminology; France
- ... The honeycomb worm Sabellaria alveolata is capable of building extensive bioconstructions, including what are currently considered Europe’s largest biogenic reefs. The size and volume of these bioconstructions, however, vary greatly, such that not all habitats engineered by S. alveolata may be easily identified as reefs. Given that European environmental legislation protects marine habitats that a ...