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Adult and Larval Stomatopod Crustaceans Occurring in Hawaiian Waters
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The stomatopods constitute the only order belonging to the division Hoplocarida of the malacostracan Crustacea and are found in the tropical, subtropical, and remperate waters of the Atlant ic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. Expand
INTEGUMENTARY AMINO ACID TRANSPORT AND METABOLISM IN THE APODOUS SEA CUCUMBER, CHIRIDOTA RIGIDA
SUMMARY 1. The apodous sea cucumber, Ckiridota rigida, was found to transport exogenous amino acids to intracellular free amino acid pools in the integument, the gastrointestinal epithelium makingExpand
THE METABOLISM OF RADIONUCLIDES BY MARINE ORGANISMS. I. THE UPTAKE, ACCUMULATION, AND LOSS OF STRONTIUM 89 BY FISHES
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The excretion of Sr89 by Tilapia mossambica is much slower than it is by the pelagic fishes, the percentage of the dose retained is somewhat larger, and most of the radioactivity is found in the structural tissues. Expand
THE METABOLISM OF RADIONUCLIDES BY MARINE ORGANISMS. II. THE UPTAKE, ACCUMULATION, AND LOSS OF YTTRIUM91 BY MARINE FISH, AND THE IMPORTANCE OF SHORT-LIVED RADIONUCLIDES IN THE SEA
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Attention is focused on the fact that yttrium91 may have little direct effect on man compared with the possible effects of Sr90, but the retention of this and other short-lived fission products in marine organisms having a brief life span may possibly affect the biota, and thus affect man indirectly. Expand
The Metabolism of Radionuclides by Marine Organisms. III. The Uptake of Calcium45 in Solution by Marine Fish12
To determine whether marine fish required calcium in their diet, or whcthcr they could take up an adequate amount from sea water, non-feeding iish (Tilapia mossanzbica) wcrc put in artificial seaExpand
The Accumulation of Y90 from an Equilibrium Mixture of Sr90-Y90 by Artemia salina (L.)1
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It was estimated that only about 5 per cent of the activity remaining at secular equilibrium was due to Sr/sup 90/, the remainder being Y/ Sup 90/. Expand
Uptake of radioisotopes and their transfer through food chains by marine organisms.
The development of a method for completely general interpretation of the results of radioactivc tracer experiments with aquatic animals, independent of specific experimentai conditions, is described.Expand
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