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MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY OF THE GILL AND LUNG OF THE APPLE SNAIL POMACEA MACULATA, WITH NOTES ON THE VOLUME OF THE LUNG. Mueck, Kristy; Deaton, Lewis E.; Lee, Andrea Report Apr 1, 2020 6359
Oxidative Stress Biomarker in Assessing the Lead Induced Toxicity in Commercially Important Fish, Labeo rohita. Shaukat, Nazish; Javed, Muhammad; Ambreen, Faiza; Latif, Fariha Report Apr 30, 2018 5087
Influences of environmental variables on neurotransmission, oxidative system, and hypoxia signaling on two clam species from a Mediterranean coastal lagoon. Maisano, Maria; Natalotto, Antonino; Cappello, Tiziana; Giannetto, Alessia; Oliva, Sabrina; Parrino, Report Apr 1, 2016 6946
Teratological Effect of Various Sublethal Concentrations of Chromium Hexavalent [Cr(VI)] on the Gills of Cyprinus carpio. Tayybah, Shaheen; Tanveer, Akhtar; Chughtai, Muhammad Ismail; Khan, Munawar; Pervaiz, Khalid; Ashraf Report Apr 30, 2012 2198
Influence of cortisol on the attachment and metamorphosis of larval Utterbackia imbecillis on bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus). Dubansky, Benjamin; Whitaker, Brian; Galvez, Fernando Report Apr 1, 2011 6854
Gill development and its functional and evolutionary implications in the blue mussel Mytilus edulis (Bivalvia: Mytilidae). Cannuel, Rozenn; Beninger, Peter G.; McCombie, Helen; Boudry, Pierre Report Oct 1, 2009 8227
Hydrogen sulfide is synthesized in the gills of the clam Mercenaria mercenaria and acts seasonally to modulate branchial muscle contraction. Gainey, Louis F., Jr.; Greenberg, Michael J. Aug 1, 2005 6799
Gill anatomy and the evolution of symbiosis in the bivalve family Thyasiridae. Dufour, Suzanne C. Jun 1, 2005 6026
Did you know? Brief Article May 1, 2004 97
Muscular Alteration of Gill Geometry in vitro: Implications for Bivalve Pumping Processes. MEDLER, SCOTT; SILVERMAN, HAROLD Statistical Data Included Feb 1, 2001 5792
The route of ion and water movements across the gill epithelium of the freshwater shrimp Macrobrachium olfersii (decapoda, palaemonidae): evidence from ultrastructural changes induced by acclimation to saline media. McNamara, John C.; Lima, Alice Goncalves Apr 1, 1997 5010
Sulfide-stimulation of oxygen consumption rate and cytochrome reduction in gills of the estuarine mussel Geukensia demissa. Lee, Raymond W.; Kraus, David W.; Doeller, Jeannette E. Dec 1, 1996 5826
Did you know? Fish get their oxygen from the water, not the air. Dec 1, 1995 113

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