Contributions in marine science volume 21

Show full record

Title: Contributions in marine science volume 21
Author: University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Abstract: Table of Contents. Instructions to Authors (p. iii-iv) -- The Utility of the Air Bladder Position in Determining Specific Relationship in the Atherinid Genus Menidia / Robert J. Edwards, Edie Marsh and Fred B. Stephens, Jr. (p. 1-8) -- Species Composition and Seasonal Periodicity of the Marine Benthic Algae of Galveston Island, Texas / Glenn C. Lowe, Jr. and Elenor R. Cox (p. 9-24) -- The Toxic Effects of the Water Soluble Fractions of No. 2 Fuel Oil and of Three Aromatic Hydrocarbonds on the Behavior and Survival of Barnacle Larvae / R. Blundo (p. 25-38) -- A New Species of Asellote Marine Isopod, Munna (Uromunna) hayesi (Crustacea: Isopoda) forom Texas / Philip B. Robertson (p. 39-46) -- Two New Species of Haustoriid Amphipods (Crustacea: Amphipoda) from the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico / Philip B. Robertson and Charles R. Shelton (p. 47-62) -- The Feasibility of Suspension Culture of Oysters (Crassotrea virginica) at a Petroleum Platform off the Texas Coast / John Ogle, Sammy M. Ray and W. J. Wardle (p. 63-76) -- Studies on the Eyes of Hydrolagus (Pisces: Chimaeridae) / R. G. Maddock and J. A. C. Nicol (p. 77-88) -- Studies on the Eye of the Stingaree Dasyatis sabina, with notes on other Selachians. I. Eye Dimensions, Cornea, Pupil and Lens / J. A. C. Nicol (p. 89-102) -- Low-Frequency Reversals of Nearshore Currents in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico / Ned P. Smith (p. 103-116) -- Habitat Adaptations of Isocheles wurdemanni Stimpson (Crustacea: Anomura: Diogenidae) and Seasonality of Occurrences in Northwestern Florida / Edsel A. Caine (p. 117-124) -- The Drift Algae Community of Seagrass Beds in Redfish Bay, Texas / Susan Williams Cowper (p. 125-132) -- New Species of Amphipods from the Western Gulf of Mexico / L. D. McKinney, R. D. Kalke and J. S. Holland (p. 133-160) -- Scoloplos texana: A New Orbiniid Polychaete from South Texas, with Notes on Related Species Scoloplos treadwelli Eisig / Nancy J. Maciolek and J. S. Hollad (p. 161-170) -- Salinity Stresses, Metabolic Responses and Distribution of the Coastal Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus / Donald E. Wohlschlag and John M. Wakeman (p. 171-185)
Department: UT Libraries
Subject: Marine biology -- Gulf Coast (U.S.) Marine biology -- Mexico, Gulf of
Date: 1978-08

Files in this work

Download File: txu-oclc-1565005-21.pdf
Size: 110.0Mb
Format: application/pdf

This work appears in the following Collection(s)

Show full record

Advanced Search


My Account