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Resistance and vulnerability of crustaceans to cytolytic sea anemone toxins.
- C. Giese, D. Mebs, B. Werding
- Biology, MedicineToxicon : official journal of the International…
- 1 August 1996
Crustaceans (Mithraculus, Neopetrolisthes, Periclimenes, Stenorhynchus sp.) living in association with sea anemones, shore crabs and brine shrimps were found to be resistent to the exposure of cytolyticSea anemone toxins and to other membrane-active compounds such as gramicidin A and saponin.
In Situ Nanoscale Investigation of Step Retreat on Fluoranthene Crystal Surfaces
- C. Giese, H. King, M. van den Ende, O. Plümper, I. T. ten Kate, A. Tielens
- Chemistry, MedicineACS earth & space chemistry
- 2 November 2018
In situ atomic force microscopy experiments imply that during fluoranthene remediation or breakdown in meteorites and asteroids, ionic strength will be more important than chemical composition for controllingfluoranthene release into solution.
Fingerprint of plant life in the Atacama Desert – Insights from n-alkane analyses
Abstract Although the Atacama is the oldest and most continuous dry desert on Earth, organic matter (OM) is ubiquitous in its surface sediments. Today, vegetation growth is restricted to the Coastal…
Are polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in carbonaceous chondrites altered by aqueous alteration
The evolution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons under simulated inner asteroid conditions
- C. Giese, I. T. ten Kate, +4 authors A. Tielens
- ChemistryMeteoritics & Planetary Science
- 1 September 2019
Large polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are an important component of the interstellar medium. PAHs have been identified in the soluble and insoluble matter of carbonaceous chondrites (CCs).…
The gills of fish and crustaceans: vulnerability and resistance to cytolytic toxins
Nanoscale, in situ investigations of fluoranthene surfaces
EXPERIMENTALLY STUDYING AQUEOUS ALTERATION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN METEORITES - FIRST RESULTS.
ALTERATION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN METEORITES FIRST RESULTS. C.-C. Giese, I. L. ten Kate, T. Geisler, H. King, C. Lenting, O. Plumper, A.G.G.M. Tielens. Leiden Observatory, Leiden…
Spatial distribution of organic carbon in the Atacama Desert, Chile
The Atacama Desert in northern Chile is known as the driest region on earth; however traces of life, can still be found. Soils are the habitat and reservoir for plants and microorganisms, which leave…
Aqueous alteration of fluoranthene (C16H10) in asteroids and meteorites
Organic molecules have been detected in carbonaceous chondrites. Here we examine the possibility that polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are a precursor to the organic molecules found in meteorites and…