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Carbohydrate metabolism in the marine diatom Skeletonema costatum
This is a study on the metabolism of the algal biochemical constituents of a marine diatom, Skeletonema costatum. The carbohydrates, protein, and lipid, of the diatom grown under light and darkExpand
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Studies on water-extractable carbohydrates of the particulate matter from the northwest Pacific Ocean
We have studied carbohydrate metabolism in the marine environment by means of the isolation and characterization of carbohydrates of particulate matter from various depths. The present work isExpand
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Glacial to interglacial surface nutrient variations of Bering Deep Basins recorded by δ13C and δ15N of sedimentary organic matter
Stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic ratios (δ13C and δ15N) of organic matter were measured in three sediment cores from deep basins of the Bering Sea to investigate past changes in surface nutrientExpand
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Temporal variability of particulate flux in the northern Bering Sea
Observations of downward particulate flux were carried out in the main depocenter of the Chirikov Basin in the northern Bering Sea between 20 June and 24 September 1988 using a time series sedimentExpand
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A detailed analysis of carbohydrates in marine particulate matter
Detailed profiles of organic carbon, organic nitrogen, carbohydrate and proteinous amino acid have been determined in particulate matter from various depths at a station in Sagami Nada off easternExpand
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Source of hydrocarbons in marine sediments in Lützow-Holm Bay, Antarctica
Abstract We have made an attempt to reconstruct the paleoenvironment of the coastal region around Syowa Station in Lutzow-Holm Bay, Antarctica, using organic compounds in marine sediments. A 129 cmExpand
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.OMEGA.-Oxocarboxylic acids in the sediment trap and sediment samples from the North Pacific: Implication for the transport of photooxidation products to deep-sea environments.
A homologous series of C5-C17 ω-oxocarboxylic acids were detected in the deep-sea sediment trap samples collected from the Japan Trench, and in the bottom sediments from the North Pacific by usingExpand
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Partial methylation of methyl α-d-mannopyranoside. Preparation and distribution of mono-, di-, and tri-methyl ethers of d-mannose
Abstract The partial methylation of methyl α- d -mannopyranoside produced a mixture of methyl ethers that was fractionated by extraction with chloroform, followed by t.l.c. on a column ofExpand
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Structural Investigation of a Laminaran isolated from Eisenia bicyclis
IN 1939 Nisizawa1 isolated a soluble laminaran from the fronds of the brown alga, Eisenia bicyclis. No further investigations, however, were made at that time, beyond observations on some of itsExpand
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