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Predation, Body Size, and Composition of Plankton.
ARTICLES Organic Fluorine Chemistry: C. G. Krespai.................................. Expanding rapidly, the science of these compounds has assumed both theoretical and practical importance. TheExpand
Speciation in Ancient Lakes
  • J. L. Brooks
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 March 1950
UR knowledge of the geographical aspects of speciation is based primarily upon the distribution of species and subspecies of terrestrial nimals, especially birds. An observer on a broad continentalExpand
Speciation in Ancient Lakes (Concluded)
  • J. L. Brooks
  • Geography
  • The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1 June 1950
Like Baikal, Lakes Tanganyika and Nyasa each occupy tectonic troughs and all have many similar features. All are very long and narrow. The long axis of Tanganyika measures 650 km., whereas that ofExpand
Turbulence as an Environmental Determinant of Relative Growth in Daphnia.
  • J. L. Brooks
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1 May 1947
On the Rate of Passive Sinking of Daphnia.
This is the general form of the relationship deduced by Newton late in the 17th century, and which holds with fair accuracy for some cases of large rapidly falling bodies.' In general Stokes' lawExpand
From a Doctor's Heart
The presentation is far from purely morphological in that many physiologic findings (natural and experimental) are cited. Radio-active iodine obviously has contributed heavily to this type ofExpand
PREDATION AND RELATIVE HELMET SIZE IN CYCLOMORPHIC DAPHNIA.
  • J. L. Brooks
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
  • 1965
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