Energy Systems Engineering Department, Engineering Faculty, Cinarcik Road, Yalova University, Yalova, Turkey
*Corresponding Author: Cemil Koyunoğlu, Energy Systems Engineering Department, Engineering Faculty, Cinarcik Road, Yalova University, Yalova, Turkey.
Received: December 27, 2019; Published: December 27, 2019
The preparation of the editorial part of this special issue is primarily an important source of happiness. I would like to express my gratitude to you for the opportunity to present current topics with the pleasure of joining the "AS biotechnology" family as an editor. In our special issue, I would like to explain how the editorial writing of American lobsters (see Figure 1a) can be adapted to zero waste technology with the idea that we can approach environmental issues with solutions of living things in nature. Lobsters, in general, lives at the bottom of the sea and fresh water. It goes down deep in winter or dwells in excavated trenches. The American lobster enters the nests of hibernating snakes and eats them and dwells there. Due to their characteristics; their bodies are covered with a hard chitin shell. The first pair of five pairs of legs is in the form of advanced clamps. Their breathing occurs with gill’s. It's a carnivorous arthropod. At last but not least, their life go up to 30 years. American lobsters die if they cannot leave the shell while changing the shell. In this sense, as much as every living creature that maintains its vital activities, american lobsters need as much energy as their life energy needs. The study conducted by Lyons et al. in 2013 is aimed at calculating this amount .
Citation: Cemil Koyunoğlu. “The American Lobster".Acta Scientific Biotechnology 1.1 (2020): 01.
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