Results for: Oyster

In Pregnancy Health and Safety (Prenatal Care)

How do oysters move?

Oysters are attached to the sea bottom. A group of oysters is commonly called a bed or oyster reef.
In Science

What is an oyster?

An oyster is an invertebrate with an hard shell to protect a soft bodie:a mollusk.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

What are oysters?

The common name oyster is used for a number of different groups of bivalve mollusks, most of which live in marine or brackish water. The shell consists of two usually highly c (MORE)
In Statistics

What is a description of a oyster?

Oysters are bivalve mollusks with an irregularly shaped shell, living attached to rocks, other shells, or on the ocean bottom. They have no means of locomotion, moving only wh (MORE)
In Pregnancy Health and Safety (Prenatal Care)

When do oysters eat?

Oysters are filter-feeders. They open a little, and their hairlike cilia draw in water. The water contains some organic particles which are food for them. They use these nutri (MORE)
In Baking

What are Oysters Kilpatrick?

You need: 1 Dozen Fresh South Australian Pacific Oysters (opened) 100 grams diced bacon 1 Lemon 3 Tbspns Tomato sauce 3 Tbspns Worcestershire sauce. Method: Set t (MORE)
In Alternative Treatments for Conditions or Diseases

What is oyster cut?

Oyster cut is a cut of meat that still has the oyster attached. Theoyster is piece of meat in chicken that is between the thigh andspine of the chicken.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

How does an oyster get its shell?

An oyster grows its shell from the calcium carbonate mineral. Theshell helps the oyster stay hydrated and protect it from prey.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are oysters carnivores?

Yes and no. They can and do not choose what they eat but filter outwhatever passes by them in the seawater in which they live. Theirdiet may be plant or animal.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

What are oysters used for?

oysters are used for filtering the bay and the ocean. this is how they eat. they are some times called filter clams which is odd because they are not clams at all.a lot of the (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Do oysters have ears?

Oysters do not have ears and cannot hear but they can sense noise.It is not known how oysters can tell if there is sound but studieshave shown that they can.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are oysters decomposers?

Oysters are known to be filter feeders. This means they get theirnutrients from filtering tiny particles from the ocean water.
In Sailing

What are oyster reefs?

They are underwater habitats conducive to sustainable oyster colonies. Please see the related link below:
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

What do oysters do?

Not much. They eat by opening their shell a little bit and letting water rush in. Then, they suck all the nutrients out of the water and let it back out again. This is called (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

How do you breed oysters?

put at least five in a tank as oysters (make sure there are some sand in the tank)are ambisexual and can slip back and forth many times as a male or female and ohhh....!! If y (MORE)
In US Civil War

What is The oyster war?

an armed conflict between oyster catcher/fishers from Maryland and Virginia. This conflict occurred because oyster fishers in the Va side of the Chesapeake ran out of oysters (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

How are oysters born?

Oysters are hatched from eggs. A female oyster can produce up to100 million eggs in one year. The oyster eggs are fertilized bysperm floating in the water.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

What is a oyster floater?

They float oysters on a barge in running water until they are completely free of impurities, also a short term storage method. Sounds like a cranberry field full of oysters an (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

How do oysters multiply?

An oyster can fertilize its own egg, or have it fertilized by amale oyster. Once fertilized the eggs are released into the ocean,where the larvae develop in 6 hours, swim for (MORE)
In Eyes

Do oysters have eyes?

The common name oyster is used for a number of different groups of bivalve mollusks. The sensory organs of bivalves are not well developed, and are largely a function of (MORE)
In Biology

Do oysters have babies?

Yes. Some species of oyster are hermaphrodites, developing both eggs and sperm. The eggs are fertilized within the body and are retained in the gills until larvae are formed (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Is a oyster a mollusk?

The common name oyster is used for a number of different groups of bivalve mollusks.. Bivalves are mollusks belonging to the class Bivalvia. They have two-part shells, and ty (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Is a oyster a animal?

Yes, an oyster is a saltwater clam that lives in marine habitats.They are commonly eaten by humans as a delicacy.
In Brain

Do oysters have a brain?

No. Oysters do not have a central nervous system. There are only a few ganglia to control impulses.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

What does oysters do for the body?

I don't know exactly what oysters do to the body. I always, as a male 36 year ord, have something similar to roid rage... I get p.o.'d at my family with-in 48 hours of injes (MORE)
In Hobbies & Collectibles

What are oysters made out of?

Oysters are an animal. They grow in the ocean and are eaten by opening the shell and eating the entire animal. Sometimes pearls are in oysters.
In Biology

What is the oysters family?

The word oyster is used as a common name for a number of distinct groups of bivalve molluscs which live in marine or brackish habitats. The valves are highly calcified.. So (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

What does an oyster eat or what eats a oyster?

Oysters eat planton,algae and any small particle they can suck in.we eat oysters and i think otters do too. Oysters have gills. They absorb oxygen from the water.
In Cooking Techniques

How do you cook oyster?

Oysters can be eaten raw as long as they are fresh. To cook them, you can boil them, bake them, or barbecue them! mmmmm... good stuff!
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Is an oyster a gastropod?

no gastropods are snails and slugs, oysters are bivalves as are scallops, muscles, and clams
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Do oysters have guts?

Yes, they feed and excrete waste products. They also have gills, and small, thin-walled blood vessels, a small three-chambered heart and two kidneys, located on the underside (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Are oysters salty?

for me its yes!.we didn't put any salt to make it salty when we cooked it, and when i taste it, its kind of salty because oysters live under the water (sea or river). In river (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Is a clam an oyster?

Actually it depends where you are. In the US, a 'clam' is a generic term for any member of the bivalve class, Bivalvia . Oysters would therefore qualify as being a clam. S (MORE)
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

Does an oyster have a heartbeat?

Yes, An oyster has one heart like a human. Their heart is broken up into three chambers instead of four though.
In Clams Oysters and Scallops

How does a pearl get in an oyster?

It doesn't.. The oyster makes a peal when a grain of sand gets trapped in its shell. The sand is covered layer by layer over the time it spends in the oyster until the oyster (MORE)