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Observations on Pregnancy, Parturition, and Postnatal Behavior in the Bottlenose Dolphin
Behavior of the captive bottle-nose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus.
STUDIES ON THE INTERMEDIARY CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM OF AQUATIC ANIMALS
- K. Dubois, E. M. Geiling, A. F. McBride, J. F. Thomson
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of general physiology
- 20 March 1948
1. Liver, kidney, brain, skeletal muscle, and cardiac muscle from one newborn and three adult long-snouted dolphins (Stenella plagiodon) were obtained for enzyme studies. 2. All of the dolphin… Expand
THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF FIVE HUNDRED HERNIAE
In an effort to explain the apparent ability of dolphins to ride the bow wave of a ship at a speed of 10 knots (Woodcock, 1948) it seemed necessary to show that the animals had weight while immersed.… Expand
Mutations in Parthenogenetic Cladocera Induced by X-Radiation
MUTATIONS have been known to appear among Cladocera under normal laboratory conditions without subjecting them to any treatment and when bred only parthenogenetically (Banta, 1916; Banta and Wood,… Expand