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Number: 119/243
Name: Animal husbandry > Aquatic animal culturing > Mollusk culturing > Purification
Description: Subject matter relating to the depuration of tainted mollusk.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5628904 Process for treatment of wastewater utilizing zebra mussels (dreissena polymorpha) May. 13, 1997
5520810 Water filtering using zebra mussels May. 28, 1996
5249548 Shellfish depuration system Oct. 5, 1993
5186121 Method of and apparatus for use in the depuration of bivalves Feb. 16, 1993
5095851 Method and apparatus for mariculture utilizing converted hopper barges or the like Mar. 17, 1992
4793284 Apparatus and process for obtaining marketable shellfish Dec. 27, 1988
4653429 Process and apparatus for preparation of bivalves for human consumption Mar. 31, 1987
4537149 Method and apparatus for cleaning tainted shellfish Aug. 27, 1985











 
 
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