H. William. Detrich

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The microtubules of Antarctic fishes, unlike those of homeotherms, assemble at very low temperatures (-1.8 degrees C). The adaptations that enhance assembly of these microtubules are intrinsic to the(More)
The icefishes of the Southern Ocean (family Channichthyidae, suborder Notothenioidei) are unique among vertebrates in their inability to synthesize hemoglobin. We have shown previously (Cocca, E.,(More)