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Rate of Metabolism and Food Requirements of Fishes
Stochastic Simulation of Temperature Effects on First‐Year Survival of Smallmouth Bass
Abstract The physiological basis for well-known correlations between summer air temperature indices and year-class strength in northern smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieui) populations was… Expand
Acoustical properties of the human skull.
The acoustical properties insertion loss, reflection loss, and sound speed were measured on a series of fresh and subsequently formalin immersed human skulls. Measurements were made in the frequency… Expand
The relation of temperature to oxygen consumption in the goldfish.
1. Two levels of oxygen uptake, (1) the lowest point in the resting metabolism in the daily cycle and (2) the maximum steady rate of oxygen uptake found when the fish were stimulated to activity in a… Expand
Production of focal destructive lesions in the central nervous system with ultrasound.
THE PERFORMANCE OF THE LAKE TROUT, SALVELINUS NAMAYCUSH, AT VARIOUS LEVELS OF TEMPERATURE AND OXYGEN PRESSURE
The ultimate upper lethal temperature is estimated to be 23.5 °C. The temperature for maximum activity is from 15 °C.–17 °C. Active respiration becomes dependent on the oxygen pressure at… Expand
Dependence of ultrasonic attenuation and absorption in dog soft tissues on temperature and thermal dose.
- C. Damianou, N. Sanghvi, F. Fry, R. Maass-Moreno
- Materials Science, Medicine
- The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- 1 July 1997
The effect of temperature and thermal dose (equivalent minutes at 43 degrees C) on ultrasonic attenuation in fresh dog muscle, liver, and kidney in vitro, was studied over a temperature range from… Expand
Cruising Speed of Goldfish in Relation to Water Temperature
When goldfish are placed in a rotating annular chamber of which the outer wall is glass, they can be induced to swim steadily at a rate which varies with the temperature when the water is aerated.… Expand
Production of reversible changes in the central nervous system by ultrasound.