Contributions in marine science volume 29

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Title: Contributions in marine science volume 29
Author: University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Abstract: Table of Contents. Instructions to Authors / (p. iii-iv) -- Chase Van Ballen Memorial / Patrick Parker and Jack Myers (p. viii-xi) -- Fruits and seeds of Halophila engelmannii / Calvin McMillan (p. 1-8) -- The chilling tolerance of black mangrove, Avicennia germinans, from the Gulf of Mexico coast of Texas, Louisiana and Florida / Calvin McMillan and C. Lee Sherrod (p. 9-16) -- Isozyme patterns among populations of black mangrove, Avicennia germinans, from the Gulf of Mexico-Caribbean and Pacific Panama / Calvin McMillan (p. 17-26) -- Survival of red mangrove, Rhizophora mangle, on the Gulf of Mexico coast of Texas / C. Lee Sherrod, Donald L. Hockaday and Calvin McMillan (p. 27-36) -- Changes in chlorophyll a concentrations in a shallow water column during a solar eclipse / Michael Vecchione, Robert Maples and Richard Donahoe (p. 37-44) -- Mysidacea from continental shelf water of the north western Gulf of Mexico / W. Wayne Price, Andrew P. McAllister, Rae M. Towsley and Marilyn DelRe (p. 45-58) -- Abundance, age distributions and growth of the Texas hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria Texana in Texas bays / M. Alison Craig and Thomas J. Bright (p. 59-72) -- Population dynamics of an R-selected bivalve, Mulina Lateralis (Say) in a North Carolina estuary / John B. Williams, B.J. Copeland and Robert J. Monrow (p. 73-90) -- Movement, growth and survival of spotted seatrout tagged in Bastrop Bayou, Texas / William B. Baker, Jr., Gary C. Matlock, Lawrence W. McEachron, Albert W. Green and H.E. Hegen (p. 91-102) -- Feeding selectivity and standing stocks of Fundulus grandis in an artificial, brackishwater pond, with comments on Cyprinodon variegatus / Peter W. Perschbacher and Kirk Strawn (p. 103-112) -- Stable isotope studies on Chitin. II. The super(13)C/ super(12)C and super(15)N/ super(14)N ratios in arthropod chitin / Arndt Schimmelmann and Michael J. DeNiro (p. 113-130) -- A stable carbon isotope evaluation of the contribution of terriginous carbon to the marine food web in Bayboro Harbor, Tampa Bay, Florida / M.E. Conkright and W.M. Sackett (p. 131-140) -- Analysis of biological and checmical associations near a turbid coastal front during winter / Wm. J. Wiseman, Jr., R.E. Turner, F.J. Kelly, L.J. Rouse, Jr., R.F. Shaw (p. 141-151)
Department: UT Libraries
Subject: Marine biology -- Gulf Coast (U.S.) Marine biology -- Mexico, Gulf of
Date: 1986-12

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