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The membranous lining of the swimbladder in deep sea fishes. I. Morphology and chemical composition.
  • C. Phleger, R. Holtz
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B…
  • 15 August 1973
Abstract 1. 1. Cholesterol-rich swimbladder foams from Coryphaenoides (cf. fernandezianus ) and Parabassogigas sp. collected from 3400 to 4575 m depth appear as sheets of layered membranes havingExpand
Composition and partial protein characterization of swimbladder foam from deep-sea fish Coryphaenoides acrolepis and Antimora rostrata.
Abstract 1. 1. Swimbladder foam from Coryphaenoides acrolepis as estimated by different methods was approximately one-third protein, slightly less than two-thirds lipid and 4% carbohydrate. AntimoraExpand
Membrane biosynthesis in swimbladders of deep sea fishes Coryphaenoides acrolepis and Antimora rostrata.
1. 1. Excised tunica interna from the swimbladder of an abyssal fish (Coryphaenoides acrolepis) incorporated acetate-1-14C and squalene-4-3H into membrane lipids, cholesterol, phosphatidylExpand
Swimbladder membrane protein of an abyssal fish, Coryphaenoides acrolepis.
Protein components of the membranous foamy tissue collected from the swimbladder of Coryphaenoides acrolepis, a continental slope/deep sea grenadier fish, were partially fractionated andExpand
Isotopie composition of otoliths from a benthopelagic fish , Coryphaenoides aero / epis , Macrouridae : Gadiformes
Otoliths from a living benthopelagic Macrourid, Coryphaenoides aero/epis, are aragonitic and monomineralic. Isotopie measurements along cross sections of individual otoliths show progressiveExpand