Studies on the physiological variation between tropical and temperate zone fiddler crabs of the genus Uca--V. Effect of temperature on tissue respiration.
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.
Impact of urbanization on high-salinity estuaries in the southeastern United States
Behavior and ecology
I guanas have long fascinated be-havioral ecologists because they offer an exception to almost every generalization, and by studying them, behavioral ecologists can learn a great deal about the evolutionary origins and selective importance of many forms of behavior.
Respiration of an interstitial ciliate and benthic energy relationships
SummaryRespiration of the interstitial ciliate Tracheloraphis sp. was measured with the Cartesian diver. Ciliate respiration ranged from 2353–7088 μl O2/hr/g wet weight, averaging 4477 μl O2/hr/g wet…
The Coastal Zone: Past, Present, and Future
CONCERNS ABOUT THE HEALTH of the environment have become firmly embedded in the public's list of vital issues confronting present and future generations. The emergence of environmental issues as a…
Platyhelminthes: Respiratory Metabolism
- W. B. Vernberg
Effect of mercury on survival, metabolism and behaviour of larval Uca pugilator (Brachyura)
Tests suggest that toxicity of mercury increases with larval age, and some larvae reared in the more dilute mercury solutions developed to the megalopa stage, but survival was reduced in relation to the mercury concentration.
Pollution and physiology of marine organisms