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Seasonal Variation in Sensitivity of Larval Sea Lampreys to the Lampricide 3‐Trifluoromethyl‐4‐Nitrophenol
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The preliminary static toxicity tests indicated that the concentration of TFM needed to kill larval sea lampreys in spring (May and June) was about one-half that required in summer (August); the concentrations lethal to 50% and 99.9% of the test animals were less in spring than in summer. Expand
TRYPANOSOMES OF BUFO AMERICANUS FROM NORTHERN MICHIGAN
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Cross experimental inoculations showed that T. bufophlebotomi from toads is not the same as T. ranarum found in frogs of the family Ranidae of this region. Expand
An automated approach to Litchfield and Wilcoxon's evaluation of dose-effect experiments using the R package LW1949.
The authors developed a package, LW1949, for use with the statistical software R to automatically carry out the manual steps of Litchfield and Wilcoxon's method of evaluating dose-effect experiments.Expand
Liquid Chromatographic Method for Determining the Concentration of Bisazir in Water
Barrier dams, traps, and lampricides are the techniques currently used by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission to control sea lampreys (Petromyzon marinus) in the Great Lakes. To augment these controlExpand
COMPARISON OF MARK RETENTION AND SURVIVAL OF SEA LAMPREY LARVAE MARKED BY PIGMENT INJECTION AND TAIL CLIPPING
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Both mark retention and survival were similar for sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) larvae marked by either a subcutaneous injection of pigment or a tail clip, and tail clips are recommended for population estimates where only one mark is needed. Expand
EFFECTS OF THE LAMPRICIDE 3-TRIFLUOROMETHYL-4-NITROPHENOL (TFM) ON pH, NET OXYGEN PRODUCTION, AND RESPIRATION BY ALGAE
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