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Marine invertebrates : comparative physiology
The marine invertebrates comparative physiology that we provide for you will be ultimate to give preference. This reading book is your chosen book to accompany you when in your free time, in yourExpand
OXYGEN UTILIZATION IN THE SYMBIOSIS OF EMBRYOS OF THE SALAMANDER, AMBYSTOMA MACULATUM AND THE ALGA, OOPHILA AMBLYSTOMATIS
1. Oxygen consumption measurements were made on embryos of the salamander, Ambystoma maculatum, which develop within a gelatinous envelope usually inhabited by a unicellular green alga, OophilaExpand
Metabolism of the Oyster, Crassostrea virginica
SYNOPSIS. The American oyster, Crassostrea virginica , has some metabolic traits typical of marine bivalve molluscs, andsome that are apparently unique. Cvconsumption is rapid when the valves areExpand
Aminotransferase activities and amino acid excretion of bivalve mollusks and brachiopods
Abstract 1. 1. Aspartate and alanine aminotransferase activities of tissue homogenates from seven species of bivalve mollusks and the brachiopod Lingula were determined by measuring amounts ofExpand
Metabolic rates of marine bivalve molluscs determined by calorimetry
Abstract 1. 1. Rates of heat production (QH) of four species of marine bivalve molluscs, a gastropod, and a decapod crustacean were determined with a heat-retention, differential calorimeter. 2. 2.Expand
Brachiopod Metabolism and Enzymes
Brachiopods consume oxygen at relatively low rates, and sometimes consume none at all for hours. Specimens of Terebratulina septentrionalis survived total anoxia for 3.5 days at 3°C. Isolated tissuesExpand
Carbon dioxide fixation in marine invertebrates. I. The main pathway in the oyster.
Carbon Dioxide Fixation in Marine Invertebrates: A Survey of Major Phyla
Fourteen species of marine invertebrates representing 12 phyla were kept in sea water containing NaHC14O2 for 1 hour. All of them fixed CO2 into acids of the Krebs citric acid cycle. In most speciesExpand
Carbon dioxide fixation in marine invertebrates. V. Rate and pathway in the oyster.
  • C. Hammen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Comparative biochemistry and physiology
  • 1966
Abstract 1. 1. Isolated oyster mantle tissue was incubated at 25° with NaH 14 CO 3 of high specific activity to provide a medium closely resembling natural sea water in salinity and total carbonExpand
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