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Chemical Zoology 1968: Vol. 161, Issue 3844, pp. 875 DOI: 1. 126/science.
Marcel Florkin and Bradley T. Scheer, Eds. Vol. 1, Protozoa. George W. Kidder, Ed. xvi + 912 p. illus. Science 30 Aug 1968: Vol. Marcel Florkin and Bradley T.
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Book Description Lubrecht & Cramer, Limited. 10. Chemical Zoology, Vol. 11: Mammalia. Published by Academic Press In. U. ISBN 10: 0122610415 ISBN 13: 9780122610417. Published by Academic Press Inc (1979).
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In the acid range, carbon dioxide pressure has almost no effect on affinity of skate's whole blood for oxygen. In the physiological range the effect is appreciable but still only one-half as great as. In the physiological range the effect is appreciable but still only one-half as great a. More). Non-protein amino acids in muscle and blood of marine and fresh water Crustacea. Merrill N. Camien, Henri Sarlet, Gh.
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Biochemistry, Biochimie, Biochemistry, Bioquimica, Amphibians, Reptiles. New York, Academic Press. Scheer, Bradley T. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).
In: Chemical Zoology, vol. II (Marcel Florkin, Bradley T. Scheer, ed., p. 328–389. New York, London: Academic Press 1968Google Scholar. Saz, H. Comparative energy metabolism of some parasitic helminths. Cite this article as: Kluytmans, . Received 22 March 1975.
Chemical Zoology, Volume III: Echinodermata, Nematoda, and Acanthocephala presents chemical information on zoological significance of Echinodermata .
Chemical Zoology, Volume III: Echinodermata, Nematoda, and Acanthocephala presents chemical information on zoological significance of Echinodermata, Nematoda, and Acanthocephala. This book is divided into two sections; each section deals with the biological and biochemical aspects of the specific phylum.