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Effect of Body Size on Feeding Physiology of an Intertidal Bivalve, Glauconome chinensis Gray (Glauconomidae

Abstract

To determine the effect of body size on the clearance rate and ingestion rate of small intertidal bivalves, Glauconome chinensis, feeding experiments were conducted on individuals of 12 different size classes, from 4 to 16 mm in shell length. Relationships between morphological parameters were also determined. The clearance and ingestion rates of G. chinensis responded similarly to their body size, ranging from 1.3 to 28.2 mL/hr/ind. and from 24.0 to 458.5, ${\mu}gC/hr/ind$., respectively. Both rates increased significantly (p<0.001) as shell length increased from 4 to 9 mm, although neither rate changed significantly when shell length was in the range from 12 to 16 mm. The weight-specific clearance rate $(CR_w)$ and ingestion rate $(IR_w)$ decreased with increasing body size, with values from 1.0 to 3.1 L/hr/g and from 17.9 to 51.3 mgC/hr/g, respectively. The $CR_w$ of G. chinensis was intermediate compared to those of larger bivalve species. The clearance rate (CR) relative to flesh dry weight (FDW) of G. chinensis were fitted well to the power function: $CR=0.43\times(FDW)^{0.71}\;(r^2=0.89)$. The exponent of fitting equation (0.71) of G. chinensis was higher than those of Mytilus edulis (Walne, 1972), Crassostrea gigas (Walne, 1972), and Placopecten magellanicus (MacDonald and Thompson, 1986).

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