Corbicula fluminea
Corbicula fluminea
(Asian clam)
Mollusks-Bivalves
Exotic

11 results for Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
5394 Corbicula fluminea Other Experimental Laboratory A protein-bound polysaccharide isolated from C. fluminea effectively inhibited human... 38694
5395 Corbicula fluminea Other Experimental Laboratory A protein-bound polysaccharide isolated from C. fluminea could be used as an ingredient... 38705
5396 Corbicula fluminea Other Experimental Laboratory Extracts from C. fluminea had a protective effect on high cholesterol mice hearts 38690
5397 Corbicula fluminea Other Experimental Laboratory Extracts from C. fluminea improved wound healing in mice 38697
5398 Corbicula fluminea Other Experimental Laboratory In an outdoor mesocosm experiment, C. fluminea was shown to restore macrophyte populations... 38687
5399 Corbicula fluminea Other Experimental Laboratory Corbicula fluminea can also slowly remove nuisance cyanobacteria and could be used as a... 38700
5401 Corbicula fluminea Other Observational Field Corbicula fluminea proved to be an ecosystem engineer in a New Hampshire river and had... 37971
5402 Corbicula fluminea Other Observational Field Corbicula fluminea has the potential to serve as a bioindicator for rare earth metals 38678
5403 Corbicula fluminea Other Observational Field Corbicula fluminea has the potential to serve as a bioindicator for microplastic pollution 38701
5492 Corbicula fluminea Other Observational Field Corbicula could be an appropriate bioindicator for monitoring organochlorine pesticides in fresh... 38702
5494 Corbicula fluminea Other Experimental Field shells can provide valuable hard surfaces for species that prefer structured habitats such as... 32515

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