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Q10 as a Function of Size and Habitat Temperature in Poikilotherms
Data has been assembled from various sources, which show that Q10 of various measures of activity commonly increases with increasing size within the physiologically normal ranges of temperature.Expand
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Oxygen Consumption as a Function of Size and Salinity in Metapenaeus monoceros Fab. From Marine and Brackish-Water Environments
1. The oxygen consumption in relation to the salinity of the medium has been studied in a marine and a brackish-water population of the prawn, Metapenaeus monoceros Fab. 2. It has been shown that theExpand
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Correlation between neurosecretion and some physiological functions of the scorpionHeterometrus swammerdami
The diverse types of neurosecretory cells located in the brain and suboesophageal ganglion of the scorpionHeterometrus have shown morphological evidence of activity in relation to diverseExpand
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RATE OF WATER PROPULSION IN MYTILUS CALIFORNIANUS AS A FUNCTION OF LATITUDE
1. Shell weight relative to the weight of soft parts is a constant in any given population of Mytilus californianus, but it increases with increasing latitude.2. The absolute rate as well asExpand
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A Metasomatic Neural Photoreceptor in the Scorpion
1. There are extraocular photoreceptors in the metasoma of different species of the scorpion Heterometrus (H.fulvipes var. I, H. fulvipes var. II and H. gravimanus ). 2. The relative sensitivity ofExpand
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Enteropneusta from the east coast of india, with a note on the probable course of distribution of Ptychodera flava
The distribution of the different varieties ofPtychodera flava on the east coast of South India is described, along with an account of the five varieties of this species occurring in the differentExpand
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Physiology of low temperature acclimation in tropical poikilotherms
SummaryAcclimation of the earthworm,Lampito mauritii, to low temperature (19° C.) results in increased activity of the neurosecretory cells in the brain. Addition of body fluids of cold-acclimatedExpand
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Effect of Acclimatization to High Temperature on the Blood Chloride, Free Amino Acids and Osmotic Pressure in the Freshwater Field Crab Paratelphusa Sp. and the Freshwater Mussel Lamellidens
Acclimatization of the freshwater field crab, Paratelphusa , to high temperature results in a decrease in the chloride, free amino acids and osmotic pressure of the blood. Following similarExpand
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Oxygen Consumption in a Brackish Water Crustacean, Sesarma Pli Cat Um (Latreille) and a Marine Crustacean, Lepas Anserifera L
[Der Sauerstoffverbrauch des Brackwasserkrebses Sesarma plicatum wurde ermittelt in Leitungswasser, sowie in 25%, 50%, 75% und 100% Meerwasser (Mw). Der Sauerstoffverbrauch war am geringsten in 50%Expand
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