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Asexual reproduction of the doliolid, Dolioletta gegenbauri Uljanin (Tunicata, Thaliacea)
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Doliolid reproduction rates are a function of environmental food concentrations and temperatures, and the results imply that doliolids can be important secondary producers in the neritic environment.
Feeding and growth rates of the doliolid, Dolioletta gegenbauri Uljanin (Tunicata, Thaliacea)
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The results suggest that doliolid feeding and growth rates are a function of environmental food concentrations and temperatures, and imply that they can be important consumers in a changing neritic environment.
SHORT COMMUNICATION Determination of generation time and asexual fecundity of doliolids (Tunicata, Thaliacea)
The goal of this study was to provide temporal information on the generation time of Dolio- letta gegenbauri and some of the life cycle's components. At 20°C and ~90 µg C l-1 of ingestible phyto-
Specificities of Hyaluronidases Formed by Several Groups of Streptococci.∗
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This work has shown that hyaluronidases produced by strains of Groups A and B streptococci are serologically distinct, while those produced bystrains of Groups C and G areserologically indistinct.
A case of epidemic hemorrhagic fever in the United States.
Excerpt Epidemic hemorrhagic fever presents a difficult diagnostic problem to physicians in the United States because of the bizarre leukemoid blood picture, the thrombocytopenia with petechiae fol...
Diet and trophic interactions of a circumglobally significant gelatinous marine zooplankter, Dolioletta gegenbauri (Uljanin, 1884)
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The diet of D. gegenbauri is considerably more diverse than previously described, that parasites are common in wild populations, and that prey quality, quantity and parasites are likely all important factors in regulating doliolid population dynamics in continental shelf environments.
Cultivation of the Marine Pelagic Tunicate Dolioletta gegenbauri (Uljanin 1884) for Experimental Studies.
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It is demonstrated that the collection condition, algae concentration, temperature, and exposure to naturally conditioned seawater are all critical to the culture establishment, growth, survival, and reproduction of D. gegenbauri.
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