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    1. Zakes, Z; Szkudlarek, M; Wozniak, M; Karpinski, A; Demska-Zakes, K
      Efect of dietary protein: fat ratios on metabolism, body composition and growth of juvenile pikeperch, Stizostedion lucioperca (L.)

      CZECH JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    2. Tillinghast, EK; O'Donnell, R; Eves, D; Calvert, E; Taylor, J
      Water-soluble luminal contents of the gut of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L. and their physiological significance

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Todgham, AE; Anderson, PM; Wright, PA
      Effects of exercise on nitrogen excretion, carbamoyl phosphate synthetase III activity and related urea cycle enzymes in muscle and liver tissues of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Spotte, S; Petry, P; Zuanon, JAS
      Experiments on the feeding behavior of the hematophagous candiru, Vandellia cf. plazaii

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    5. Wood, CC; Islam, N; Ritchie, RJ; Kennedy, IR
      A simplified model for assessing critical parameters during associative N-15(2) fixation between Azospirillum and wheat

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Lefebvre, S; Bacher, C; Meuret, A; Hussenot, J
      Modelling nitrogen cycling in a mariculture ecosystem as a tool to evaluate its outflow

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    7. Cheng, SY; Chen, JC
      The time-course change of nitrogenous excretion in the Kuruma shrimp Penaeus japonicus following nitrite exposure

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    8. Burford, MA; Williams, KC
      The fate of nitrogenous waste from shrimp feeding

      AQUACULTURE
    9. Ikeda, T; Kanno, Y; Ozaki, K; Shinada, A
      Metabolic rates of epipelagic marine copepods as a function of body mass and temperature

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    10. Lemos, D; Phan, VN
      Ontogenetic variation in metabolism, biochemical composition and energy content during the early life stages of Farfantepenaeus paulensis (Crustacea : Decapoda : Penaeidae)

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    11. Robertson, RF; El-Haj, AJ; Clarke, A; Taylor, EW
      Effects of temperature on specific dynamic action and protein synthesis rates in the Baltic isopod crustacean, Saduria entomon

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    12. Arifin, Z; Bendell-Young, LI
      Cost of selective feeding by the blue mussel (Mytilus trossulus) as measured by respiration and ammonia excretion rates

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    13. Rosas, C; Cuzon, G; Gaxiola, G; Le Priol, Y; Pascual, C; Rossignyol, J; Contreras, F; Sanchez, A; Van Wormhoudt, A
      Metabolism and growth of juveniles of Litopenaeus vannamei: effect of salinity and dietary carbohydrate levels

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    14. De Boeck, G; Vlaeminck, A; Van der Linden, A; Blust, R
      The energy metabolism of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) when exposed to salt stress: An increase in energy expenditure or effects of starvation?

      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ZOOLOGY
    15. Durand, F; Devillers, N; Lallier, FH; Regnault, M
      Nitrogen excretion and changes in blood components during emersion of the subtidal spider crab Maia squinado (L.)

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    16. Jara-Jara, R; Abad, M; Pazos, AJ; Perez-Paralle, ML; Sanchez, JL
      Growth and reproductive patterns in Venerupis pullastra seed reared in wastewater effluent from a fish farm in Galicia (NW Spain)

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    17. Morgan, IJ; Dockray, JJ; D'Cruz, LM; Wood, CM
      The effect of ration on acclimation to environmental acidity in rainbow trout

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    18. Pagand, P; Blancheton, JP; Casellas, C
      A model for predicting the quantities of dissolved inorganic nitrogen released in effluents from a sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) recirculating water system

      AQUACULTURAL ENGINEERING
    19. Cook, JT; McNiven, MA; Sutterlin, AM
      Metabolic rate of pre-smelt growth-enhanced transgenic Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)

      AQUACULTURE
    20. Thomas, CW; Crear, BJ; Hart, PR
      The effect of temperature on survival, growth, feeding and metabolic activity of the southern rock lobster, Jasus edwardsii

      AQUACULTURE
    21. De Boeck, G; Vlaeminck, A; Van der Linden, A; Blust, R
      Salt stress and resistance to hypoxic challenges in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.)

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    22. Brito, R; Chimal, ME; Gaxiola, G; Rosas, C
      Growth, metabolic rate, and digestive enzyme activity in the white shrimp Litopenaeus setiferus early postlarvae fed different diets

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    23. Jiang, DH; Lawrence, AL; Neill, WH; Gong, H
      Effects of temperature and salinity on nitrogenous excretion by Litopenaeus vannamei juveniles

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    24. Rosas, C; Cuzon, G; Gaxiola, G; Arena, L; Lemaire, P; Soyez, C; Van Wormhoudt, A
      Influence of dietary carbohydrate on the metabolism of juvenile Litopenaeus stylirostris

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    25. Brito, R; Chimal, ME; Rosas, C
      Effect of salinity in survival, growth, and osmotic capacity of early juveniles of Farfantepenaeus brasiliensis (decapoda : penaeidae)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    26. Wilson, JM; Randall, DJ; Donowitz, M; Vogl, AW; Ip, AKY
      Immunolocalization of ion-transport proteins to branchial epithelium mitochondria-rich cells in the mudskipper (Periophthalmodon schlosseri)

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    27. Patrick, ML; Wood, CM
      Ion and acid-base regulation in the freshwater mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus): a departure from the standard model for freshwater teleosts

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    28. Farmanfarmaian, A; Sun, LZ
      Growth hormone effects on essential amino acid absorption, muscle amino acid profile, N-retention and nutritional requirements of striped bass hybrids

      GENETIC ANALYSIS-BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING
    29. Lu, YT; Blake, NJ; Torres, JJ
      Oxygen consumption and ammonia excretion of larvae and juveniles of the bay scallop, Argopecten irradians concentricus (Say)

      JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH
    30. Weihrauch, D; Becker, W; Postel, U; Luck-Kopp, S; Siebers, D
      Potential of active excretion of ammonia in three different haline speciesof crabs

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMICAL SYSTEMIC AND ENVIRONMENTALPHYSIOLOGY
    31. Hernandez, C; Martin, M; Bodega, G; Suarez, I; Perez, J; Fernandez, B
      Response of carp central nervous system to hyperammonemic conditions: an immunocytochemical study of glutamine synthetase (GS), glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) and 70 kDa heat-shock protein (HSP70)

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    32. Robaina, L; Corraze, G; Aguirre, P; Blanc, D; Melcion, JP; Kaushik, S
      Digestibility, postprandial ammonia excretion and selected plasma metabolites in European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) fed pelleted or extruded diets with or without wheat gluten

      AQUACULTURE
    33. McGoogan, BB; Gatlin, DM
      Dietary manipulations affecting growth and nitrogenous waste production ofred drum, Sciaenops ocellatus I. Effects of dietary protein and energy levels

      AQUACULTURE
    34. Leung, KMY; Chu, JCW; Wu, RSS
      Effects of body weight, water temperature and ration size on ammonia excretion by the areolated grouper (Epinephelus areolatus) and mangrove snapper (Lutjanus argentimaculatus)

      AQUACULTURE
    35. Shishehchian, F; Yusoff, FM; Omar, H; Kamarudin, MS
      Nitrogenous excretion of Penaeus monodon postlarvae fed with different diets

      MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN
    36. Rosas, C; Martinez, E; Gaxiola, G; Brito, R; Sanchez, A; Soto, LA
      The effect of dissolved oxygen and salinity on oxygen consumption, ammoniaexcretion and osmotic pressure of Penaeus setiferus (Linnaeus) juveniles

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    37. Salama, A; Morgan, IJ; Wood, CM
      The linkage between Na+ uptake and ammonia excretion in rainbow trout: Kinetic analysis, the effects of (NH4)(2)SO4 and NH4HCO3 infusion and the influence of gill boundary layer pH

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    38. CHEW SF; GOH E; LIM CB; IP YK
      CYANIDE EXPOSURE AFFECTS THE PRODUCTION AND EXCRETION OF AMMONIA BY THE MUDSKIPPER BOLEOPHTHALMUS-BODDAERTI

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    39. MCGAW IJ; REIBER CL
      CIRCULATORY MODIFICATION IN THE BLUE-CRAB CALLINECTES-SAPIDUS, DURINGEXPOSURE AND ACCLIMATION TO LOW-SALINITY

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology
    40. CARVALHO PSM; PHAN VN
      OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION AND AMMONIA EXCRETION DURING THE MOLTING CYCLE IN THE SHRIMP XIPHOPENAEUS-KROYERI

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology
    41. TRUCHOT JP; FORGUE J
      EFFECT OF WATER ALKALINITY ON GILL CO2 EXCHANGE AND INTERNAL PCO(2) IN AQUATIC ANIMALS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology
    42. LEMARIE G; MARTIN JLM; DUTTO G; GARIDOU C
      NITROGENOUS AND PHOSPHORUS WASTE PRODUCTION IN A FLOW-THROUGH LAND-BASED FARM OF EUROPEAN SEA-BASS (DICENTRARCHUS-LABRAX)

      Aquatic living resources
    43. SEMMENS JM
      AN EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE OF THE DIGESTIVE GLAND OF 2 LOLIGINID SQUIDS, WITH RESPECT TO LIPID - STORAGE OR EXCRETION

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    44. SINGH AP; TIWARI DN
      SHORT COMMUNICATION - PHENOTYPIC-EXPRESSION OF AMMONIA-EXCRETING MUTANTS OF ANABAENA-7120 UNDER NITROGEN LIMITATION

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    45. Clarke, AP; Potts, WTW
      Isolated filament potentials and branchial ion fluxes in the European flounder (Platichthys flesus L.). Evidence for proton pump mediated sodium uptake

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    46. Alcaraz, M; Saiz, E; Fernandez, JA; Trepat, I; Figueiras, F; Calbet, A; Bautista, B
      Antarctic zooplankton metabolism: carbon requirements and ammonium excretion of salps and crustacean zooplankton in the vicinity of the Bransfield Strait during January 1994

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    47. TERJESEN BF; MANGORJENSEN A; FYHN HJ
      AMMONIA DYNAMICS IN RELATION TO HATCHING IN ATLANTIC HALIBUT (HIPPOGLOSSUS-HIPPOGLOSSUS L.)

      Fish physiology and biochemistry
    48. WEBB NA; WOOD CM
      PHYSIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE STRESS-RESPONSE ASSOCIATED WITH ACUTE SILVER-NITRATE EXPOSURE IN FRESH-WATER RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS)

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    49. POLTERMANN M
      ABUNDANCE, BIOMASS AND SMALL-SCALE DISTRIBUTION OF CRYOPELAGIC AMPHIPODS IN THE FRANZ-JOSEF-LAND AREA (ARCTIC)

      Polar biology
    50. Owen, SF; Houlihan, DF; Rennie, MJ; van Weerd, JH
      Bioenergetics and nitrogen balance of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla)fed at high and low ration levels

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    51. WITHERS PC
      UREA - DIVERSE FUNCTIONS OF A WASTE PRODUCT

      Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology
    52. WEIHRAUCH D; BECKER W; POSTEL U; RIESTENPATT S; SIEBERS D
      ACTIVE EXCRETION OF AMMONIA ACROSS THE GILLS OF THE SHORE CRAB CARCINUS-MAENAS AND ITS RELATION TO OSMOREGULATORY ION UPTAKE

      Journal of comparative physiology. B, Biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology
    53. TAKEUCHI I; WATANABE K
      RESPIRATION RATE AND SWIMMING SPEED OF THE NECROPHAGOUS AMPHIPOD EURYTHENES GRYLLUS FROM ANTARCTIC DEEP WATERS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    54. VERNBERG FJ; PIYATIRATITIVORAKUL S
      EFFECTS OF SALINITY AND TEMPERATURE ON THE BIOENERGETICS OF ADULT STAGES OF THE GRASS SHRIMP (PALAEMONETES PUGIO HOLTHUIS) FROM THE NORTH INLET ESTUARY, SOUTH-CAROLINA

      Estuaries
    55. CHEUNG SG; WONG LS
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-RESPONSES OF THE SUBTIDAL PROSOBRANCH, BABYLONIA-LUTOSA(GASTROPODA, BUCCINIDAE), TO COPPER

      Science of the total environment
    56. SHYONG WJ; HUANG CH; CHEN HC
      EFFECTS OF DIETARY-PROTEIN CONCENTRATION ON GROWTH AND MUSCLE COMPOSITION OF JUVENILE ZACCO-BARBATA

      Aquaculture
    57. BALLESTRAZZI R; LANARI D; DAGARO E
      PERFORMANCE, NUTRIENT RETENTION EFFICIENCY, TOTAL AMMONIA AND REACTIVE PHOSPHORUS EXCRETION OF GROWING EUROPEAN SEA-BASS (DICENTRARCHUS-LABRAX, L.) AS AFFECTED BY DIET PROCESSING AND FEEDING LEVEL

      Aquaculture
    58. MCGEER JC; EDDY FB
      IONIC REGULATION AND NITROGENOUS EXCRETION IN RAINBOW-TROUT EXPOSED TO BUFFERED AND UNBUFFERED FRESH-WATER OF PH 10.5

      Physiological zoology
    59. LYYTIKAINEN T; JOBLING M
      THE EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE-FLUCTUATIONS ON OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION AND AMMONIA EXCRETION OF UNDERYEARLING LAKE INARI ARCTIC CHARR

      Journal of Fish Biology
    60. GELINEAU A; MEDALE F; BOUJARD T
      EFFECT OF FEEDING TIME ON POSTPRANDIAL NITROGEN-EXCRETION AND ENERGY-EXPENDITURE IN RAINBOW-TROUT

      Journal of Fish Biology
    61. DURAND F; REGNAULT M
      NITROGEN-METABOLISM OF 2 PORTUNID CRABS, CARCINUS-MAENAS AND NECORA PUBER, DURING PROLONGED AIR EXPOSURE AND SUBSEQUENT RECOVERY - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    62. PORTNER HO; REIPSCHLAGER A; HEISLER N
      ACID-BASE REGULATION, METABOLISM AND ENERGETICS IN SIPUNCULUS-NUDUS AS A FUNCTION OF AMBIENT CARBON-DIOXIDE LEVEL

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    63. Perez-Martinez, C; Gulati, RD
      Species-specific N and P release rates in Daphnia

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    64. FORSBERG OI
      THE IMPACT OF VARYING FEEDING REGIMES ON OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION AND EXCRETION OF CARBON-DIOXIDE AND NITROGEN IN POST-SMELT ATLANTIC SALMON SALMO-SALAR L

      Aquaculture research
    65. PATERSON BD; SPANOGHE PT
      STRESS INDICATORS IN MARINE DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE GRADING OF WESTERN ROCK LOBSTERS (PANULIRUS-CYGNUS) DURING COMMERCIAL HANDLING

      Marine and freshwater research
    66. PATERSON BD; GRAUF SG; SMITH RA
      HEMOLYMPH CHEMISTRY OF TROPICAL ROCK LOBSTERS (PANULIRUS-ORNATUS) BROUGHT ONTO A MOTHER SHIP FROM A CATCHING DINGHY IN TORRES STRAIT

      Marine and freshwater research
    67. KANNAIYAN S; ARUNA SJ; KUMARI SMP; HALL DO
      IMMOBILIZED CYANOBACTERIA AS A BIOFERTILIZER FOR RICE CROPS

      Journal of applied phycology
    68. HENRY RP; WANG YX; WOOD CM
      CARBONIC-ANHYDRASE FACILITATES CO2 AND NH3 TRANSPORT ACROSS THE SARCOLEMMA OF TROUT WHITE MUSCLE

      American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology
    69. TIWARI DN; SINGH AP
      PHYSIOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSPOSON-GENERATED METHIONINE SULFOXIMINE AND ETHYLENEDIAMINE RESISTANT MUTANTS OF ANABAENA SP PCC-7120

      Journal of plant physiology
    70. LABARTA U; FERNANDEZREIRIZ MJ; BABARRO JMF
      DIFFERENCES IN PHYSIOLOGICAL ENERGETICS BETWEEN INTERTIDAL AND RAFT CULTIVATED MUSSELS MYTILUS-GALLOPROVINCIALIS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    71. CHEN JC; LEE Y
      EFFECTS OF NITRITE EXPOSURE ON ACID-BASE-BALANCE, RESPIRATORY PROTEIN, AND ION CONCENTRATIONS OF GIANT FRESH-WATER PRAWN MACROBRACHIUM-ROSENBERGII AT LOW PH

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    72. ROBAINA L; MOYANO FJ; IZQUIERDO MS; SOCORRO J; VERGARA JM; MONTERO D
      CORN GLUTEN AND MEAT AND BONE MEALS AS PROTEIN-SOURCES IN DIETS FOR GILTHEAD SEABREAM (SPARUS-AURATA) - NUTRITIONAL AND HISTOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Aquaculture
    73. CHEN JC; CHEN KW
      OXYGEN-UPTAKE AND AMMONIA-N EXCRETION OF JUVENILE PENAEUS-JAPONICUS DURING DEPURATION FOLLOWING ONE-DAY EXPOSURE TO DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF SAPONIN AT DIFFERENT SALINITY LEVELS

      Aquaculture
    74. GONZALEZ RJ; DALTON VM; PATRICK ML
      ION REGULATION IN ION-POOR ACIDIC WATER BY THE BLACKSKIRT TETRA (GYMNOCORYMBUS-TERNETZI), A FISH NATIVE TO THE AMAZON RIVER

      Physiological zoology
    75. COOPER AR; MORRIS S
      RESPIRATORY, BLOOD-GAS TRANSPORT, AND ACID-BASE RESPONSE OF LEPTOGRAPSUS-VARIEGATUS TO LONG-TERM IMMERSION AND HYPOSALINE EXPOSURE

      Physiological zoology
    76. COMBS CA; HENRY RP; BERT TM; PERRY HM; WEST M
      INCREASED METABOLIC COST OF MAINTENANCE IN HYBRIDS OF THE STONE CRABSMENIPPE MERCENARIA AND M-ADINA

      Marine Biology
    77. IWAMA GK; MCGEER JC; WRIGHT PA; WILKIE MP; WOOD CM
      DIVALENT-CATIONS ENHANCE AMMONIA EXCRETION IN LAHONTAN CUTTHROAT TROUT IN HIGHLY ALKALINE WATER

      Journal of Fish Biology
    78. DELACRUZ J; MORRIS S
      WATER AND ION BALANCE AND NITROGENOUS EXCRETION AS LIMITATIONS TO TERRESTRIAL EXCURSION IN THE CHRISTMAS ISLAND BLUE-CRAB, CARDISOMA-HIRTIPES (DANA)

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    79. PATRICK ML; PART P; MARSHALL WS; WOOD CM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ION AND ACID-BASE TRANSPORT IN THE FRESH-WATER-ADAPTED MUMMICHOG (FUNDULUS-HETEROCLITUS)

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    80. CARVALHO PSM; PHAN VN
      OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION AND AMMONIA EXCRETION OF XIPHOPENAEUS-KROYERI HELLER (PENAEIDAE) IN RELATION TO MASS TEMPERATURE AND EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES SHRIMP OXYGEN-UPTAKE AND AMMONIA EXCRETION

      Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology
    81. FINN RN; FYHN HJ; HENDERSON RJ; EVJEN MS
      THE SEQUENCE OF CATABOLIC SUBSTRATE OXIDATION AND ENTHALPY BALANCE OFDEVELOPING EMBRYOS AND YOLK-SAC LARVAE OF TURBOT (SCOPHTHALMUS-MAXIMUS L)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    82. MCKENZIE DJ; SERRINI G; PIRACCINI G; BRONZI P; BOLIS CL
      EFFECTS OF DIET ON RESPONSES TO EXHAUSTIVE EXERCISE IN NILE TILAPIA (OREOCHROMIS-NILOTICA) ACCLIMATED TO 3 DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    83. TATTERSALL GJ; WRIGHT PA
      THE EFFECTS OF AMBIENT PH ON NITROGEN-EXCRETION IN EARLY-LIFE STAGES OF THE AMERICAN TOAD (BUFO-AMERICANUS)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    84. ROSAS C; SANCHEZ A; DIAZ E; SOTO LA; GAXIOLA G; BRITO R
      EFFECT OF DIETARY-PROTEIN LEVEL ON APPARENT HEAT INCREMENT AND POSTPRANDIAL NITROGEN-EXCRETION OF PENAEUS-SETIFERUS, PENAEUS-SCHMITTI, PENAEUS-DUORARUM, AND PENAEUS-NOTIALIS POSTLARVAE

      Journal of the World Aquaculture Society
    85. WILKIE MP; WOOD CM
      THE ADAPTATIONS OF FISH TO EXTREMELY ALKALINE ENVIRONMENTS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B. Comparative biochemistry
    86. KUCZIUS T; KLEINER D
      AMMONIA-EXCRETING MUTANTS OF KLEBSIELLA-PNEUMONIAE WITH A PLEIOTROPICDEFECT IN NITROGEN-METABOLISM

      Archives of microbiology
    87. CHEN JC; CHIA PG
      OXYGEN-UPTAKE AND NITROGEN-EXCRETION OF JUVENILE SCYLLA-SERRATA AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY LEVELS

      Journal of crustacean biology
    88. UMA D; KANNAIYAN S
      EFFECT OF THE SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE, BAVISTIN ON THE NITROGEN STATUS OF CYANOBACTERIA UNDER IMMOBILIZED STATE IN POLYURETHANE FOAM

      South African journal of botany
    89. AUDIT CO
      SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS OF POLYAMINES - ACTIN ASSEMBLY, CYTOKINESIS INDUCTION, TARGETS FOR THALIDOMIDE ACTIVITY, NITROGEN-SOURCES FOR MARINE ECOSYSTEMS

      Biogenic amines
    90. CHEN JC; CHEN KW
      HEMOLYMPH OXYHEMOCYANIN, PROTEIN-LEVELS, ACID-BASE-BALANCE, AND AMMONIA AND UREA EXCRETIONS OF PENAEUS-JAPONICUS EXPOSED TO SAPONIN AT DIFFERENT SALINITY LEVELS

      Aquatic toxicology
    91. SANNI S; FORSBERG OI
      MODELING PH AND CARBON-DIOXIDE IN SINGLE-PASS SEAWATER AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS

      Aquacultural engineering
    92. HENRY RP
      MULTIPLE ROLES OF CARBONIC-ANHYDRASE IN CELLULAR-TRANSPORT AND METABOLISM

      Annual review of physiology
    93. CHEN JC; KOU TT
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON OXYGEN-CONSUMPTION AND NITROGENOUS EXCRETION OF JUVENILE MACROBRACHIUM-ROSENBERGII

      Aquaculture
    94. CHEN JC; KOU CT
      NITROGENOUS EXCRETION IN MACROBRACHIUM-ROSENBERGII AT DIFFERENT PH LEVELS

      Aquaculture
    95. DOSDAT A; SERVAIS F; METAILLER R; HUELVAN C; DESBRUYERES E
      COMPARISON OF NITROGENOUS LOSSES IN 5 TELEOST FISH SPECIES

      Aquaculture
    96. WILKIE MP; SIMMONS HE; WOOD CM
      PHYSIOLOGICAL ADAPTATIONS OF RAINBOW-TROUT TO CHRONICALLY ELEVATED WATER PH (PH=9.5)

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    97. RAHAMANNORONHA E; ODONNELL MJ; PILLEY CM; WRIGHT PA
      EXCRETION AND DISTRIBUTION OF AMMONIA AND THE INFLUENCE OF BOUNDARY-LAYER ACIDIFICATION IN EMBRYONIC RAINBOW-TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    98. FINN RN; RONNESTAD I; FYHN HJ
      RESPIRATION, NITROGEN AND ENERGY-METABOLISM OF DEVELOPING YOLK-SAC LARVAE OF ATLANTIC HALIBUT (HIPPOGLOSSUS-HIPPOGLOSSUS L)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    99. AGRADI E; BONOMI L; RIGAMONTI E; LIGUORI M; BRONZI P
      THE EFFECT OF DIETARY LIPIDS ON TISSUE-LIPIDS AND AMMONIA EXCRETION IN EUROPEAN EELS (ANGUILLA-ANGUILLA)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    100. GERSHANOVICH AD; POTOTSKIJ IV
      THE PECULIARITIES OF NON-FECAL NITROGEN-EXCRETION IN STURGEONS (PISCES, ACIPENSERIDAE) .2. EFFECTS OF WATER TEMPERATURE, SALINITY AND PH

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology


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