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CAMBRIDGE EXPEDITION TO THE SUEZ CANAL, 1924*
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Barbels and barbel-like tentacular structures in sub-mammalian vertebrates: a review
  • H. Fox
  • Biology
  • Hydrobiologia
  • 1 May 1999
The following account is a synthesis of current knowledge on the barbels/tentacles of an array of submammalian forms and for the first time compares and contrasts their structure and function. InExpand
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The nature of animal colours
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The Migration of a Red Sea Crab through the Suez Canal
  • H. Fox
  • Geography
  • Nature
  • 1 May 1924
THE Suez Canal was completed in 1869, and since that date it has been invaded from both ends by plants and animals. Some members of the Red Sea fauna have passed right through the Canal to spreadExpand
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The haemoglobin of Daphnia
  • H. Fox
  • Biology
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 1 June 1948
Daphnia is often coloured pink or red by haemoglobin in solution in the blood. This applies to pond-living but not to lacustrine species. A Daphnia species may vary from red to colourless inExpand
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Functions of haemoglobin in Daphnia
In Daphnia a manifold increase in the haemoglobin content of the blood is known to result from oxygen deficiency in the water; pale animals become red. The functions of this additional haemoglobinExpand
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Factors influencing haemoglobin synthesis by Daphnia
  • H. Fox, E. A. Phear
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 17 April 1953
It is known that Daphnia increases the haemoglobin content of its blood in water that has a low content of dissolved oxygen. It has now been found that a high temperature results in the synthesis ofExpand
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Anal and Oral Intake of Water by Crustacea
In the majority of small and transparent Crustacea water can be seen to be pumped into the alimentary canal through the anus by rhythmic antiperistaltic swallowing movements of the rectum. This analExpand
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Aspects of tail muscle ultrastructure and its degeneration in Rana temporaria.
  • H. Fox
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of embryology and experimental morphology
  • 1 August 1975
1. Tail muscles of larval Rana temporaria and to a lesser extent Xenopus laevis, at prometamorphosis, were investigated by light and electron microscopy. In the case of Rana their degeneration isExpand
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Amphibian Morphogenesis
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