Inge Staudigl

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Aquatic oligochaetes are well known for their ability to resist prolonged periods of anoxia. In fact, the observed mortality is more likely to result from laboratory stress (unnatural sediment, starvation, accumulation of toxic substances) than from lack of oxygen per se. Lumbriculus variegatus feeds under anoxia at 6°C at a low rate and survives more than(More)
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