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Environmental Physiology of Marine Animals
I. The Organism.- II. The Sea.- III. The Intertidal Zone.- IV. The Estuarine Environment.- V. The Coastal and Oceanic Environment.- VI. The Deep Sea.- VII. Perspectives.
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Effect of mercury on survival, metabolism and behaviour of larval Uca pugilator (Brachyura)
A battery of tests was used to determine the effects of three dilute mercuric chloride solutions on larval stages (Zoea I, III, V) of the fiddler crab Uca pugilator (Bosc). The influence of bothExpand
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Studies on the physiological variation between tropical and temperate zone fiddler crabs of the genus Uca--V. Effect of temperature on tissue respiration.
Abstract 1. 1. The metabolic-temperature curves for the supraoesophageal ganglion (SEG), the heart and muscle tissue from three species of fiddler crabs have been determined. Two of the species, UcaExpand
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Temperature–Salinity Stress and Mercury Uptake in the Fiddler Crab, Uca pugilator
Uptake of 203Hg was determined in gill and hepatopancreas tissue from fiddler crabs (Uca pugilator) maintained under six temperature–salinity regimes. Although the total mercury was relativelyExpand
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Reliability of Laboratory Metabolic Measurements of Meiofauna
The interstitial copepod Hastigerella leptoderma respires significantly less when sand grains are present than when sand grains are absent and the mud-dwelling species Nannopus palustris requiresExpand
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UTILIZATION OF CERTAIN SUBSTRATES BY LARVAL AND ADULT STAGES OF HIMASTHLA QUISSETENSIS.
Abstract Proline and glutamic acid increased the respiration rate of rediae of H. quissetensis, but glucose, fucose, mannose, and ribose were without effect. Succinate also caused increased oxygenExpand
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Studies on oxygen consumption in digenetic trematodes. IV. Oxidative pathways in the trematode Gynaecotyla adunca (Linton, 1905).
Abstract 1. 1. Succinate, malate, and oxaloacetate stimulated respiration in adult G. adunca. The amount of stimulation increased as the worms aged. Citrate, isocitrate and pyruvate were withoutExpand
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Studies on oxygen consumption in digenetic trematodes. VI. The influence of temperature on larval trematodes.
  • W. B. Vernberg
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Experimental parasitology
  • 1 September 1961
Abstract 1. 1. The metabolic response of two species of larval trematodes has been determined at temperatures varying from 6–41 ° C. 2. 2. The two species of trematodes used are HimasthlaExpand
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