OYSTERS, The Creatures That Present the Adornments
Oysters and Their Environment:
- Oyster is a member of the families Ostreidae (true oysters) or Aviculidae (pearl oysters), bivalve mollusks found in temperate and warm coastal waters of all oceans.
- A bivalve mollusk is any soft-bodied invertebrate of the Mollusca family whose body is protected by two symmetrical shells.
- These shells that enclose the mollusk are made of calcium carbonate secreted by a soft mantle covering the body.
- It is well known that the ecological characteristic of the bottom of the pearl natural beds plays a vital role in the production as well as quality of pearls. Rocky or gravelly bottoms are more suitable.
- Areas rich in phytoplankton which is consumed by oyster, are good but there should not be noxious blooms.
- A mild current is necessary not only as a source of oxygen-rich seawater, but also to bring in fresh plankton as well as for the removal of metabolic products, and the oysters’ solid waste matter.
- If the water current is strong, the formation of the nacreous layer is faster, but the quality of pearls is inferior.
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