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ACCLIMATION IN MOLLUSCS
The coastal areas of the tropical seas sup? port a rich and varied invertebrate infauna and epifauna. These animals live at temperatures approaching 40? C. Along the arctic shores the invertebrateExpand
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OSMOTIC BEHAVIOR IN AN INTERTIDAL LIMPET, ACMAEA LIMATULA
1. Osmotic and air desiccation experiments were conducted on three populations of Acmaea limatula: Dike Rock, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Todos Santos Bay, Punta Banda, Baja California;Expand
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ACCLIMATION OF OXYGEN CONSUMPTION TO TEMPERATURE IN THE AMERICAN COCKROACH (PERIPLANETA AMERICANA)
1. Oxygen consumption has been studied in cultures of nymphal and adult cockroaches, Peniplaneta americana, that have been maintained at two experimental temperatures (10° and 16° C.) and the controlExpand
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MICROGEOGRAPHIC VARIATION AS THERMAL ACCLIMATION IN AN INTERTIDAL MOLLUSC
1. Highest and lowest members of a eurytopic intertidal species, A. limatula, have been compared in the following: heart rate, gonad size, and spawning behavior.2. Within the weight range of 0.4 toExpand
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Initial Response of the Heart-Rate of A Gastropod, Acmaea Limatula, to Abrupt Changes in Temperature
Initial Response of the Heart-Rate of A Gastropod, Acmaea Limatula, to Abrupt Changes in Temperature
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Rate of Activity as a Function of Intertidal Height within Populations of some Littoral Molluscs
THE physiological reality and profound ecological significance of the phenomenon of regulation of rate functions towards a constant, in response to maintained temperature differences, within theExpand
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Effects of Salinity and Temperature on Osmoregulation in Two Latitudinally Separated Populations of an Estuarine Isopod, Cyathura polita (Stimpson)
T HE anthurid isopod Cyathura polita (Stimpson) has been found in tidal marshes and estuaries in every coastal state from Maine to Louisiana (Burbanck, 1959). Populations of C. polita at the extremesExpand
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Adaptive Differences in Water‐Holding Capacity in an Intertidal Gastropod
Desiccation is one problem faced by marine intertidal animals. Many species are only sufficiently adaptable to withstand a limited range of exposure and consequently occupy a restricted intertidalExpand
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GROWTH AND BEHAVIOR OF POST JUVENILE Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de MAN) IN CLOSE CONFINEMENT
Macrobrachium rosenbergii is under examination in various parts of the world as a potential culture animal. Unfortunately, M. rosenbergii does not aggregate and has been reported to be aggressive andExpand
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