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  WDFW - Aquatic Nuisance Species: Varnish Clam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Growth in length was inhibited 47% in the manila clams, and 32% in the varnish clams.
Further study is necessary to determine whether varnish clams, due to their propensity to settle in runoff areas and their bimodal feeding habits, may ingest unsafe levels of bacteria from the sediments before the contamination is high enough to impact other shellfish and overall water quality.
Nuttallia obscurata, the purple varnish clam or the purple mahogany-clam.
wdfw.wa.gov /fish/ans/varnishclams.htm   (3867 words)

 Clam Dissection
Clams are marine mollusks with two valves or shells.
Place a clam in a dissecting tray and identify the anterior and posterior ends of the clam as well as the dorsal, ventral, and lateral surfaces.
Also, use arrows on the clam diagram to trace the pathway of food as it travels to the clam's stomach.
sps.k12.ar.us /massengale/clam_dissection.htm   (744 words)

 Clam Glossary Term
The flesh of clams which is somewhat tender or chewy in texture but typically sweet in flavor, is a popular food when steamed, fried or served as an ingredient in chowders and stews.
Razor clams can be harvested on either the east or west coast of the U.S. Recognized by the sharp edges of the shells, the Razor clam provides a meat that is tougher in texture and is most often served as a steamed or fried clam.
With a shell that is elongated in shape, this variety of clam is sweet in flavor and is typically prepared as a steamed clam or a clam added to soups and stir-fried dishes.
www.recipetips.com /glossary-term/t--33173/Clam.asp   (767 words)

 Clam chowder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Along with the clams, potato chunks are common, as are onions sauted in the drippings from salt pork.
Fish chowder is a similar to clam chowder except that shredded fish, often cod, is substituted for the clams.
Clam chowder is usually served with small, hexagonal oyster crackers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clam_chowder   (380 words)

 Bivalves   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Clams, such as the northern quahog, are bivalves, meaning that they have shells consisting of two halves, or valves.
The clam's foot is used to dig down into the sand, and a pair of long siphons that extrude from the clams's mantle out the side of the shell reach up to the water above (only the exit points for the siphons are shown).
The oldest part of the clam shell is the umbo, and it is from the hinge area that the clam extends as it grows.
www.assateague.com /nt-bival.html   (379 words)

 Clam Gulch State Recreation Area
Clam Gulch, as the name implies, is famous for the hundreds of thousands of razor clams harvested annually from the sandy beaches adjacent to the State Recreation Area.
The razor clam, a filter feeder that relies on plankton for food, is found on sandy tidal beaches from the Bering Sea to Southern California.
Clams may be dug during any low tide, but a tide of minus two feet or lower is recommended for best results.
www.dnr.state.ak.us /parks/units/clamglch.htm   (732 words)

 clam — FactMonster.com
Clams burrow by means of a muscular foot, located at the front end, which can be extruded between the valves.
The Atlantic razor clam, found from Labrador to W Florida and prized for its flavor, may attain lengths of 10 in.
The small freshwater clams (family Sphaeriidae) are hermaphroditic; they retain the fertilized eggs in a brood pouch and bear young with shells.
www.factmonster.com /ce6/sci/A0812378.html   (479 words)

 ..::CLAM::.. C++ Library for Audio and Music
CLAM stands for C++ Library for Audio and Music and in Catalan means something like "a continuous sound produced by a large number of people as to show approval or disapproval of a given event".
CLAM is coordinated by Xavier Amatriain at the University of California Santa Barbara but is mostly developed at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (Spain) by a team led by Pau Arumi and David Garcia.
CLAM is now being developed thanks to a grant from the STSI at the Catalan Government (Generalitat de Catalunya).
clam.iua.upf.edu   (1481 words)

 The Kitchen Project - "The Clam Chowder Page"
A New England clam chowder, made as it should be, is a dish to preach about, to chant praises and sing hymns and burn incense before.
The clam was thriving along the New England shore well in advance of the Pilgrims' arrival and also before the introduction of chowder.
The clam's vital protein helped save the Pilgrims in their first winter at Plymouth (letters from the Pilgrims mention clams and mussels as food that was "at our doors").
www.kitchenproject.com /html/The_Clam_Chowder_Page.html   (685 words)

 SOFT CLAM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The soft-shell clam has shells that are very thin compared to those of a hard clam.
This clam is found from Labrador to North Carolina and in a number of scattered locations on the Pacific coast.
A broken shell does not always mean the clam is dead, but it does indicate that the animal has been stressed and its shelf life will be shorter.
www.ocean.udel.edu /mas/seafood/softclam.html   (533 words)

 Razor Clam: Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish and Game
The razor clam (Siliqua patula) is an important bivalve mollusk harvested extensively throughout its range by commercial and sport fisheries.
The Arctic razor clam is found in southern Cook Inlet westward to the Bering Sea and Siberia.
Although an exact count of the number of eggs contained in a female razor clam is not possible, some researchers have estimated that number at somewhere between 300 thousand and 118.5 million.
www.adfg.state.ak.us /pubs/notebook/shellfsh/razrclam.php   (973 words)

 UHB - Advanced - Defense - The Clam
The Clam attempts to systematically shut down the most likely and most threatening cuts, leaving the low percentage and short yardage passes open.
Using the Clam, a group of offensive players is assigned to a group of defensive players; each defender looks for certain cuts to guard.
In the full field Clam, 0/1/2 always cover the three players closest to the disc, and whoever is the closest to the disc becomes the marker while the other two cover the handlers.
www.ultimatehandbook.com /Webpages/Advanced/advancecl.html   (1554 words)

 CLAM® :: Description and Operation :: Mini-Wash Spray Cabinet, Spray Tables, Disassembly Tables, CLAM-FLO, ...
CLAM® Systems have an oil skimming process which is an integral part of unit design.
CLAM® Spray Tables can be used in conjunction with CLAM® Parts Cleaners or can be used as stand alone units with a solution supply tank.
CLAM® Disassembly Tables can be utilized to maintain a clean and safe work area when the technician is disassembling engines, transmissions or any part containing oil or contaminants.
www.clam.net /description.shtml   (422 words)

 Clam Identification Key
The most commonly encountered clams on King County's marine beaches are the manila clam, native littleneck, butter clam, cockle, horse clam, eastern softshell and macoma clams.
To tell the horse and softshell clams apart, hold the clams on their ends and see whether the outlines of both shells are the same.
Most clams passively filter the water to obtain their food while the macomas use their long (up to 18) inhalant siphon like a vacuum cleaner hose which they move around to suck up detritus from the surface of the substrate.
dnr.metrokc.gov /wlr/waterres/beaches/clam/clamid.htm   (1072 words)

 Clam- Enchanted Learning Software
Clams are animals that burrow under the sea floor.
When a clam is threatened, most clams will pull their soft body into into the shells and close the shells tightly for protection.
Clams use their tube-like siphon to draw in water, from which they extract oxygen and filter plankton (tiny plants that they eat).
www.enchantedlearning.com /subjects/invertebrates/bivalve/Clamprintout.shtml   (221 words)

 Lower Cook Inlet Razor Clam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The abundance of clams from 2.6 miles north of the Ninilchik River to 1 mile south of the river was estimated to be over 1.3 million clams 3 inches and greater in length in 2003.
Clams on a particular beach section are probably the progeny of clams from that and surrounding beaches so wide spread depletion of the clam stocks would have to occur before abundance would be impacted.
In addition, future clam research will focus on improving age determination by studying spawn timing, length of time before larval clams settle from the water column to beaches and the amount of growth that occurs during the first two years of life.
www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us /region2/areas/homer/clams.cfm   (702 words)

 Razor clam beach washington, clam cam long beach washington, clamming beach washington, Clams long beach washington, ...
In Washington waters, the Pacific razor clam (Siliqua patula) grows to a maximum length of six inches, although clams 3 to 5 inches in length are most often harvested.
Clams will also show at the edge of the surf line when you pound the beach with a shovel handle or your foot.
For the most current information on clamming, including dig dates (and how they are set), licensing regulations, how to dig 'em, clean 'em and cook 'em.--.anything you ever wanted to know about clamming on our beach--and more...Visit the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife's web pages on razor clams.
www.funbeach.com /attractions/clams/index.html   (1152 words)

 Operation Clambake presents: The Clam FAQ
The clam's big problem was that there was a conflict between the hinge that wanted to open and the hinge that wanted to close.
After the clam came the 'Weeper' or the 'Boohoo', a mollusc that rolled in the surf for half a million years, pumping sea water out of its shell as it breathed, hence its name.
The clams are steamed, along with some vegetables (typically potatoes and maize) in a pit covered with sand.
www.clambake.org /clam_faq.html   (1444 words)

 clam Definition in the Food Dictionary at Epicurious.com
Clams are sold live in the shell, fresh or frozen shucked, and canned.
Clams can be cooked in a variety of ways, including steaming and baking.
Clams are high in protein and contain fair amounts of calcium and iron.
www.epicurious.com /cooking/how_to/food_dictionary/entry?id=1953   (460 words)

 Clam Lynch - Cut the Crap
Clam gives a little introduction to his patented "Cut the Crap" program in his own special way.
Behind the scenes with Clam and Sweet Jimmy G during one of his Cut the Crap workout sessions.
Clam explains the simplicity of his program using a chart.
www.clamlynch.com /videos.html   (109 words)

 Recipe - Clam Chowder (1884) - Seafood Soup Recipes
Clam chowder is made in the same manner as fish chowder, substituting half a peck of clams for the fish.
Clams in the shells are better, as you then have more clam liquor.
When the clams at the top have opened, take them out with a skimmer, and when cool enough to handle, take the clams from the shell; remove the thin skin; then with scissors cut off all the fl end, cut the "leather straps" into small pieces, leaving the soft part whole.
www.seafoodfish.com /html/clamchowder1884.html   (235 words)

 clam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Clam Lake site, located in the Chequamegon National Forest in Northern Wisconsin, is the site where testing began for ELF communications more than 30 years ago.
The Clam Lake ELF radio station broadcasts messages to the fleet as required by the Navy Submarine Broadcast Control Authority in Norfolk, Virginia or Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The Navy estimates the local economic impact of the Clam Lake facility to be approximately $6,000,000 annually.
www.elfrad.com /clam.htm   (2273 words)

 Clam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clams are shelled marine or freshwater mollusks belonging to the class Bivalvia (Kingdom Animalia, Phylum Mollusca
While the term "clam" has no taxonomic significance in biology, in general use, the term clam refers to a bivalve (a mollusk whose body is protected by two symmetrical shells) that is not an oyster, mussel, or a scallop, and that has a more-or-less oval shape, or alternately, to a freshwater mussel (Merriam-Webster Dictionary.).
In culinary use, clam most often refers to the hard clam (Taxonomically, Mercenaria mercenaria) but may refer to other species such as the soft-shell clam Mya arenaria.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Clam   (299 words)

 WDFW - Razor Clamming in Washington State
Razor clams are some of the best eating clams in the Pacific Northwest and perhaps the world.
After placing your clams in a colander or in the sink, pour boiling water over them long enough to cause shells to "pop" open (5-10 seconds) Do not soak in boiling water as meat will become tough.
Another way is to cut the four muscle attachments of the paired adductor muscles by running a sharp knife along the inner surface of each shell.
wdfw.wa.gov /fish/shelfish/razorclm/razor9.htm   (326 words)

 CLAM - the Managed Desktop for the agile enterprise
CLAM provides an ideal solution, making truly flexible use of Windows devices, including remote, mobile and PDA devices.
CLAM is a proven product with substantial blue-chip reference deployments in the UK.
CLAM makes it simple - you can define exactly what the user can see and do - all wrapped within your corporate branding.
www.clam-it.com   (303 words)

 CLAM - Product Preview
Each CLAM “Profile” has a wide range of options and settings which can be tailored to suit the requirements of different types of users throughout the organisation.
CLAM's central management allows the administrator to quickly setup company-wide standards such as screen savers or company themes, then easily deploy them across the whole organisation from one central point.
CLAM is supplied with a logging utility which enables the administrator to monitor the progress of all CLAM updates that have been issued to the CLAM Stations!
www.clam-it.com /preview/manager.htm   (213 words)

 NYSG: Hard Clam Research Initiative
The Hard Clam Research Initiative was launched in October 1999 to investigate the population dynamics of hard clams in Long Island's south shore estuary.
While not stated explicitly, a critical point was that the funds should be used to answer fundamental questions about why clams are no longer flourishing in south shore areas, not to just pay for further transplanting, seeding, or culturing of clams.
It was in the late 1970's that hard clams became an intensive topic of NYSG research and outreach.
www.seagrant.sunysb.edu /HardClam/default.htm   (999 words)

 WHOI : Oceanus : A Mysterious Disease Is Infecting Northeast Clam Beds   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Although she could diagnose infected clams, she couldn’t be sure that clams without symptoms were disease-free.
By this stage, the mucus is sometimes obvious on the edges of the shells, Smolowitz said, and the sound of the clams trying to close up is “like a million people grinding their teeth.” The force of the grinding often chips the shell margins.
These less hardy southern clams contracted the disease at a low threshold, and as they died, they may have raised QPX levels in the water high enough to make the native clams sick, too.
www.whoi.edu /oceanus/viewArticle.do?id=7566§ionid=1000   (1459 words)

 Gourmet-Clam.com - Survey
Your feedback is as important as each clam ball we produce.
Each month, we randomly select 5 respondents to receive 5 clams ($5.00) to acknowledge their time suggestions and ideas.
The Gourmet Clam will never be stuck in the mud and we are on the move.
www.gourmet-clam.com /survey.php4   (114 words)

 Mari's Clam Lovers Chowder - Allrecipes
I added 9 cups of potatoes intead of 5, used 1 cup butter instead of 1-1/2,used half and half instead of heavy cream, substituted one quart of the water with clam juice, added 1 tbl.
Water, an 8oz bottle of clam juice, 1 quart of Heavy Cream, 1 Cup of Butter, and 1 Cup of Flour and all the other ingredients listed in the recipe.
The only reason I reduced the liquids and clams was because of the size of my crock-pot.
allrecipes.com /recipe/maris-clam-lovers-chowder/detail.aspx   (412 words)

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