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227 58 58 4 4 D. W. Klumpp Department of Botany and Biochemistry, Westfield College University of London NW3 7ST London England School of Botany University of Melbourne 3052 Parkville Victoria Australia Abstract The mechanism, and factors influencing the process of arsenic accumulation and...
227 58 58 4 4 B. Velimirov Zoology Department University of Cape Town 7700 Rondebosch Cape Province South Africa Lehrkanzel für Meeresbiologie und Abteilung für Ultrastrukturforschung Zoologisches Institut der Universität Wien Wahringer Strasse 17/VI A-1090 Wien Austria Abstract The present...
227 58 58 4 4 P. E. Penn C. G. Alexander School of Biological Sciences James Cook University of North Queensland 4811 Townsville Queensland Australia College of Medicine Texas A&M University, Olin E. Teague Research Center 77843 College Station Texas USA Abstract The optic cushion of Nepanthia...
227 58 58 4 4 T. Ikeda H. R. Skjoldal Australian Institute of Marine Science PMB No. 3 4810 Townsville Queensland Australia Institute of Marine Biology University of Bergen N-5065 Blomsterdalen Norway Abstract An investigation was made into the possible causes for the decline of physiological...
227 58 58 4 4 D. W. Klumpp Department of Botany and Biochemistry, Westfield College University of London NW3 7ST London England School of Botany University of Melbourne 3052 Parkville Victoria Australia Abstract This study examines the accumulation of 74 As-arsenic in the seaweeds Fucus spiralis...
227 58 58 4 4 G. E. Zaroogian Environmental Research Laboratory US Environmental Protection Agency South Ferry Road 02882 Narragansett RI USA Abstract As much as 89, 176 and 292 μg Cd g -1 dry weight were accumulated by adult Crassostrea virginica after treatment for 40 wk with 5, 10 and 15 μg...
227 58 58 4 4 C. G. Alexander J. P. R. Hindley S. G. Jones School of Biological Sciences James Cook University of North Queensland 4811 Townsyille Queensland Australia CSIRO Division of Fisheries and Oceanography 4163 Cleveland Queensland Australia Abstract The functions of the third maxilliped...
227 58 58 4 4 T. L. Hayward Scripps Institution of Oceanography A-028 92093 La Jolla California USA Abstract Spatial and temporal feeding patterns (determined from an index of gut fullness) are described for 10 typical species of calanoid copepods collected from the North Pacific central gyre...
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