Susan J. Dunkerly

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The biological turnover constant for phosphorus was determined in muscle and five other sections of bluegill. Bluegill of average weight 121 g were maintained in a large flowthrough system at 22°–16°C and fed worms, Eisenia foetida, at two feeding levels, ad lib. (which averaged 2.6 g/d per 100-g fish, wet weight), and 1.5 g/d per 100-g fish. The daily(More)
The ratio of the bioaccumulation factors for 32P and phosphorus was determined for edible tissue in two species of freshwater fish by measuring the specific activity (32P activity per milligram phosphorus) in muscle relative to feed. The 32P tracer was added to the feed at a uniform level throughout the study. Feeding was at two levels: ad libitum and at a(More)
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