Contributions in marine science volume 17

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Title: Contributions in marine science volume 17
Author: University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Abstract: Table of Contents. Instructions to Authors (p. iii-iv) -- Caloric Values of Marine Animals from the Gulf of Mexico / Thomas E. Wissing, Rezneat M. Darnell, Mohamed A. Ibrahim and Leo Berner, Jr. (p. 1-8) -- Effect of Salinity on Acute Toxicity of Mercury, Copper, and Chromium for Rangia Cuneata (Pelecypoda, Mactridae) / Karen R. Olson and Richard C. Harrel (p. 9-14) -- Benthic Marine Algal Ecology in the Port Aransas, Texas area / Peter Edwards and Donald F. Kapraun (p. 15-52) -- The Effect of Temperature and Swimming Speed on the Oxygen Consumption of Two Snappers, Lutjanus campechanus (Poey) and Rhomboplites Aurorubens (Cuvier) / Richard H. Moore (p. 53-62) -- A Trawl Study of Nearshore Fishes and Invertebrates of the Georgia Coast / H. Dickson Hoese (p. 63-98) -- Observations on the Hydrology and Marine Organisms of the Tidal Colorado River and Adjacent Waters, Texas, February-June, 1962 / Richard A. Diener (p. 99-110) -- Tropical and Temperate Stranded Seeds and Fruits from the Gulf of Mexico / Charles R. Gunn and John V. Dennis (p. 111-122) -- Corpus Christi Pass: A Hurricane Modified Tidal Inlet on Mustang Island, Texas / Richard A. Davis, Jr., W. George Fingleton, Gerald R. Allen, Jr., Charles D. Crealese, William M. Johanns, Joseph A. O'Sullivan, Catherine L. Reive, Sandra J. Scheetz and Gary L. Stranaly (p. 123-132) -- A Key to Unbranched, Cylindrical Brown Algae / Michael J. Wynne (p. 133-152) -- A Gradient Apparatus for the Study of Salinity Preference of Small Benthic and Free Swimming Organisms / Richard K. Keiser, Jr. and David V. Aldrich (p. 153-162) -- The Relationship Between the Pituitary Content of Prolactin and Blood Sodium Levels in Mullet (Mugil Cephalus) Transferred from Sea Water to Fresh Water / Martin Sage (p. 163-168) -- Galveston Bay Benthic Community Structure as an Indicator of Water Quality / J. S. Holland, Nancy J. Maciolek and C. H. Oppenheimer (p. 169-188)
Department: UT Libraries
Subject: Marine biology -- Gulf Coast (U.S.) Marine biology -- Mexico, Gulf of
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/18023
Date: 1973-08

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