Blood oxygen transport and hemoglobin function in three tropical fish species from northern Australian freshwater billabongs


The oxygen binding properties of whole blood and hemoglobin were studied in three phylogenetically distant tropical teleosts inhabiting freshwater billabongs that exhibit marked seasonal oxygen stratification. The water breathing saratoga (Scleropages jardinii, Family Osteoglossidae), derived from an ancient divergence of the stem line leading to all other… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1007734001284


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