VON D M HEGEMANN

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In Caenorhabditis elegans, mortality rates and changes in concentrations of carbohydrate stores and anaerobic end products were determined in anoxic (test) and normoxic (control) animals at two different temperatures (10 and 20 degrees C). The anoxic tolerance of the free-living nematode proved to be well-developed: at 10 degrees C, about 50% of animals had(More)
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