Critical oxygen demand in Plecoptera and Ephemeroptera nymphs as determined by two methods

@article{Nageil1981CriticalOD,
  title={Critical oxygen demand in Plecoptera and Ephemeroptera nymphs as determined by two methods},
  author={Bjorn Nageil and Peter Larshammar and Bj{\o}rn Nagell and Peter Larshammar},
  journal={Oikos},
  year={1981},
  volume={36},
  pages={75}
}
The positions of the critical points on oxygen consumption/oxygen concentration curves and the oxygen levels for 95% sustained survival were compared for water insect nymphs. The influence on the oxygen level for 95% sustained survival of internal changes close to emergence was also studied. Nymphs of Diura nanseni, Taeniopteryx nebulosa (Plecoptera) and Cioeon dipterum (Ephemeroptera) were used. The critical point on the oxygen consumption/oxygen concentration curve and the oxygen level for 95… 

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