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Consequences of Nestbuilding Behaviour for Osmoregulation in Male Three-Spined Sticklebacks
Nestbuilding behaviour, which takes place in sexually mature males as a consequence of an enhanced level testosterone in the blood, considerably influences hydromineral balance. As shown by in vivo… Expand
A quantitative identification of four types of fibres in the lateral musculature of immature European eel, Anguilla anguilla (L.) (Pisces, Teleostei)
Abstract The ATP-ase aotivity and mitochondrial density of muscle fibres in the lateral musculature of immature European eels, Anguilla anguilla (L.), were examined. The quantitative results show… Expand
Testosterone-dependent vasopressin in relation to aggressive behaviour
Light dependent accumulation of macrophages at the photoreceptor-pigment epithelial interface in the retina of albino mice
In the subretinal space of albino mice, macrophages appear from the time of eye opening and increase in number for 6 months; thereafter they decline with age. Dark rearing retards the accumulation of… Expand
Rapid histological results in aquaculture research by using the time-saving embedding procedure with 2,2-dimethoxypropane
Abstract Dehydration and clearing by 2,2-dimethoxypropane (DMP) is completed in 30 min. Tissues of eel and oysters, both of importance for aquaculture purposes, were used in a comparison of the DMP… Expand
Rosette, a spontaneous cucumber mutant arising from cucumber-muskmelon mentor pollination.
Distinct lateral septal vasopressin innervation in aggressive and non-aggressive mice
THE ROLE OF THE INTESTINE IN MAINTENANCE OF HYDROMINERAL BALANCE OF SEXUALLY MATURE MALE STICKLEBACKS IN FRESH WATER
- A. D. Ruiter
Publisher Summary This chapter describes the role of the intestine in maintenance of hydromineral balance of sexually mature male sticklebacks in fresh water. The kidneys are the main pathway by… Expand