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Scoliosis in fish is caused by several diverse agents that possibly act on the central nervous system, neuromuscular junctions, or ionic metabolism. The organochlorine pesticide Kepone induces scoliosis in the sheepshead minnow. Some effects associated with Kepone-induced scoliosis in these fish are disruption of myotomal patterns, inter- and intramuscular(More)
A large group of shrimp, 23.3% of which had light patent Baculovirus infections, was divided equally into two groups. One group was exposed to the chemical stressor Aroclor 1254 (a polychlorinated biphenyl) at 0.7 ppb for 35 days in flowing seawater. The other group was maintained as a control group in flowing seawater. Viral prevalence in exposed shrimp(More)
The host range of the insect virus Autographa californica nuclear polyhedrosis virus (AcMNPV) was examined. AcMNPV could not initiate a productive infection in frog, turtle, trout, or codling moth cell lines. After exposure to AcMNPV, neither viral DNA nor RNA synthesis could be detected in these cell lines as assayed by nucleic acid probe hybridization.(More)
Groups of estuarine sheepshead minnows (Cyprinodon variegatus) were exposed to approximately 57 mg N-nitrosodiethylamine [(DENA) CAS: 55-18-5]/liter for 5-6 weeks. Exposure was stopped and the fish were then transferred to clean, flowing seawater. Induced liver lesions were studied in periodic samples of fish taken during the next 140 weeks of holding.(More)
Since the expression is the fundamental building block of any programming language, its evaluation is an integral part of program compilation and execution. In particular, the evaluation techniques and data structures are determined by the class of expressions acceptable by the language. This paper serves as a framework for expression evaluation on a stack(More)