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The Function of Haemoglobin in Chironomus Plumosus Under Natural Conditions
1. The behaviour of final-instar larvae of Chironomus plumosus housed in U-shaped glass tubes was observed at various concentrations of dissolved oxygen and carbon dioxide. 2. Respiratory behaviour,Expand
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The Oxygen Requirements and Thermal Resistance of Chironomid Larvae from Flowing And From Still Waters
1. The larvae of two chironomid species, Tanytarsus brunnipes and Anatopynia nebulosa , living in streams consume more oxygen than the closely related Chironomus longistylus and Anatopynia varia fromExpand
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Feeding mechanisms of Chironomus larvae.
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The function of haemoglobin in relation to filter feeding in leaf-mining chironomid larvae.
  • B. M. Walshe
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental biology
  • 1 March 1951
1. The filter feeding of four species of leaf-mining chironomid larvae with and without functional haemoglobin was studied at different oxygen concentrations. 2. Two red species, GlyptotendipesExpand
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The function of haemoglobin in Tanytarsus (Chironomidae).
  • B. M. Walshe
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental biology
  • 1 December 1947
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On the function of haemoglobin in Chironomus after oxygen lack.
  • B. M. Walshe
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental biology
  • 1 December 1947
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