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The physiological response of the marine platyhelminth Macrostomum lignano to 1 different environmental oxygen concentrations . 2 Short title : Response of a flatworm to oxygen variation 3 4

@inproceedings{RiveraIngraham2013ThePR,
  title={The physiological response of the marine platyhelminth Macrostomum lignano to 1 different environmental oxygen concentrations . 2 Short title : Response of a flatworm to oxygen variation 3 4},
  author={Georgina Rivera-Ingraham and Ulf Bickmeyer and Doris Abele and Georgina Rivera-Ingraham},
  year={2013}
}
Short title: Response of a flatworm to oxygen variation 3 4 G. A. Rivera-Ingraham*, U. Bickmeyer, D. Abele 5 6 Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and Marine Research. 7 Dept. Functional Ecology 8 Am Handelshafen 12, 27570 Bremerhaven, Germany. 9 10 *Corresponding author: Georgina.Rivera-Ingraham@awi.de / grivera@us.es 11 12 13 14 ABSTRACT 15 Respiration rate of meiofauna is difficult to measure, and the response to variations in 16 the environmental oxygen concentrations has so far been mainly… 

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