Patrick Niemantsverdriet

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The effect of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) on the energy consumption of fasting silver European eel (Anguilla anguilla L.) was studied over a 27-day period during which the animals were at rest or were swimming 800 km in Blazka swim tunnels. Three-year-old female hatchery eels (silver stage) between 73 and 80 cm long weighing around 1 kg were dosed(More)
Since the mid-nineteenth century, a notable increase (0.60.8°C) in the Earth’s mean surface temperature has been documented and is continuing at an accelerated rate [1,2]. The European (Anguilla anguilla L.) an eel species of the moderate temperature zoneshas been dwindling since the eighties of the previous centuries [3] and is an endangered species [4].(More)
B. gingivalis were injected subcutaneously in the back of mice, as described by Van Steenbergen (1981). In the period of 1 to 10 days sixteen isolates were collected from the subcutaneous abscesses. Up to 90% of these B. gingivalis isolates showed similarity with the original strains by both antibiotyping and pyrotyping. In conclusion, typing with(More)
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