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Thermal Vent Clam (Calyptogena magnifica) Hemoglobin
A heterodont bivalve mollusk Calyptogena magnifica, from the East Pacific Rise and the Gal�pagos Rift hydrothermal vent areas, contains abundant hemoglobin in circulating erythrocytes. No other known
The effect of organic acids on oxygen binding of hemocyanin from the crab Cancer magister
Abstract 1. 1. l -lactate raises the oxygen affinity of both stripped and unstripped hemocyanin (Hc) of Cancer magister . The effect of lactate is independent of pH in the range 6.8-8.3. 2. 2. d
Crab Hemocyanin Function Changes During Development
The megalops and first instar juvenile stages of the Dungeness crab, Cancer magister, contain hemocyanin whose subunit composition differs from that of the adult crab (1). The larval and early
Changes in myoglobin and lactate dehydrogenase in muscle tissues of a diving bird, the Pigeon Guillemot, during maturation.
Changes in Mb and LDH in the Pigeon Guillemot correlate with the animal's maturation from a sedentary nest sitter to an active diver and flyer.
The role of extracellular hemoglobins in the oxygen consumption of the burrowing polychaete, Euzonusmucronata (Treadwell)
It is suggested that the high affinity of Euzonus hemoglobin and its insensitivity to changes in ion concentration and pH could help the animal to rely mainly on aerobic metabolism throughout most of the tidal cycle.
Erythrocruorins of Euzonus mucronata treadwell: Evidence for a dimeric annelid extracellular hemoglobin
Abstract 1. 1. The extracellular hemoglobin of the opheliid polychaete Euzonus mucronata is unusual in that it consists of a 3.2 × 10 6 as well as a 6–7 × 10 6 molecular weight hemoglobin at pH 7.O.