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Oxygen production and consumption in sediments determined at high spatial resolution by computer simulation of oxygen microelectrode data l
Microprofiles of oxygen and oxygenic photosynthesis were measured in a photosynthetically active sediment by an oxygen microelectrode. The di&.tsion coefficient of oxygen in the uppermost 1 mm of theExpand
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Re‐establishment of Danish streams: Restoration and maintenance measures
1. Prior to 1983 the Danish legislation concerning streams gave priority to drainage of water. The revision of The Watercourse Act gave balanced priority to drainage of water and environmentalExpand
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Long-term results of periosteal transplantation in osteochondritis dissecans of the knee.
Between 1986 and 1991, a total of 18 patients (11 men and 7 women) with osteochondritis dissecans of the knee were treated with periosteal transplantation. Median patient age was 19 years (range:Expand
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Submersion respiration in small diving beetles (Dytiscidae)
Some small diving beetles can survive submerged through weeks and months, because they can extract oxygen, dissolved in the water, through respiratory pores in their integument. An air flux from theExpand
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Reactions of Brachyptera risi (Morton) (Plecoptera) nymphs to water current
Nymphs of Brachyptera risi usually occur in small stony streams where they inhabit the upper surfaces of the stones. It is shown that the nymphs prefer places exposed to current to deadwater andExpand
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The distribution of nymphs of Brachyptera risi Mort. and Nemoura flexuosa Aub. (Plecoptera) in relation to oxygen
Brachyptera risi occurs mainly on the upper surfaces of stones while Nemoura flexuosa is found on the lower surfaces of stones and in accumulations of leaf litter in small brooks that dry up inExpand
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