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The mode of energy production in the lugwormArenicola marina at different oxygen concentrations
SummaryIn the lugwormArenicola marina the transition from aerobic to anaerobic energy production was investigated by measuring metabolite concentrations at differentPO2. It was confirmed thatExpand
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Anaerobic metabolism in the lugworm Arenicola Marina L.: The transition from aerobic to anaerobic metabolism
Abstract After onset of anaerobic conditions Arenicola Marina does not switch immediately to typical anaerobiosis. The adaptation occurs in three steps. 1. 1. In the first 3 hr the phosphagen storesExpand
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LUCIFERASES FROM DIFFERENT SPECIES OF FIREFLIES ARE ANTIGENICALLY SIMILAR
Abstract— Antibodies raised against luciferase purified from adult Photinus pyralis are shown to bind to luciferases from several species of the families Lampyridae and Elateridae. Based on theirExpand
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The importance of the phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase in the anaerobic metabolism of two marine polychaetes. In vivo investigations on Nereis virens and Arenicola marina
Abstract 1. 1. The importance of the PEPCK reaction in the anaerobic energy metabolism of the marine polychaetes Arenicola marina and Nereis virens was investigated. 2. 2. By the administration ofExpand
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Anaerobic formation of acetate in the lugwormArenicola marina
1. Holbrook, J.J., etal., in: The Enzymes (Boyer, P.D., ed.), Vol. ll , p. 191 (1975) 2. Long, G.L., Kaplan, N.O.: Science 162, 685 (1968) 3. Urban, V.J.: Hoppe-Seyler's Z. Physiol. Chem. 350, 721Expand
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