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scallops Marine bivalve molluscs, Pectinidae spp.; queen scallop is Chamys opercularis. A 100‐g portion is a rich source of protein, niacin, and vitamin B12; a source of iron; supplies 70 kcal (290 kJ).

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scallops See PTERIOMORPHIA.

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