Lobbying and Policy Change: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why
- D. Randall
- 1 June 2010
Ammonia toxicity in fish.
- D. Randall, T. Tsui
- Environmental Science, BiologyMarine Pollution Bulletin
- 1 September 2002
The comparative physiology of food deprivation: from feast to famine.
- Tobias Wang, C. Hung, D. Randall
- Biology, PsychologyAnnual Review of Physiology
- 6 February 2006
In most animals, the gastrointestinal tract undergoes marked atrophy when digestive processes are curtailed; this structural response and others seem particularly pronounced in species that normally feed at intermittent intervals; such animals must be able to restore digestive functions soon after feeding, and these transitions appear to occur at low metabolic costs.
The Control of Respiration and Circulation in Fish During Exercise and Hypoxia
- D. Randall
- 1 October 1982
Little is known of the control of breathing during exercise, the switch from rhythmic to ram ventilation at high water velocities may be initiated by mechanoreceptors on the gill surface.
Ammonia toxicity, tolerance, and excretion
- Y. Ip, S. Chew, D. Randall
- Environmental Science
NaCl uptake by the branchial epithelium in freshwater teleost fish: an immunological approach to ion-transport protein localization.
- J. Wilson, P. Laurent, D. Randall
- Biology, Environmental ScienceJournal of Experimental Biology
- 1 August 2000
A freshwater-type MR chloride cell exists in teleost fishes, and the NHE-like immunoreactivity is associated with the accessory cell type and with a small population of pavement cells in tilapia and rainbow trout.
Eckert Animal Physiology: Mechanisms and Adaptations
- D. Randall, W. Burggren, K. French
- 1 February 1997
Clear, balanced and beautifully illustrated, Eckert Animal Physiology sets the standard of excellence in the field.
Immunolocalization of ion-transport proteins to branchial epithelium mitochondria-rich cells in the mudskipper (Periophthalmodon schlosseri).
- J. Wilson, D. Randall, M. Donowitz, A. Vogl, A. K. Ip
- BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology
- 1 August 2000
A proportion of the ammonia eliminated by P. schlosseri involves carbonic anhydrase activity and is not dependent on boundary-layer pH effects, and the apical CFTR-like anion channel may be serving as a HCO(3)(-) channel accounting for the acid-base neutral effects observed with net ammonia efflux inhibition.
The effect of hypoxia upon the partial pressure of gases in the blood and water afferent and efferent to the gills of rainbow trout.
- G. F. Holeton, D. Randall
- MedicineJournal of Experimental Biology
- 1 April 1967
The ability of the fish to withstand Hypoxia was related to the oxygen capacity of the blood, which was on average 9 vol%.
H+-ATPase ACTIVITY IN CRUDE HOMOGENATES OF FISH GILL TISSUE: INHIBITOR SENSITIVITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL AND HORMONAL REGULATION
- Hong Lin, D. Randall
- Biology, Environmental Science
- 1 July 1993
Since this NEM-sensitive ATPase was also sensitive to the plasma membrane ATPase inhibitor vanadate, it is concluded that the H+-ATPase in fish gill is of the plasma membranes type.