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Record #112618:

Viscosity of body fluids from Antarctic notothenioid fish / J.A. Macdonald, R.M.G. Wells.

Title: Viscosity of body fluids from Antarctic notothenioid fish / J.A. Macdonald, R.M.G. Wells.
Author(s): Macdonald, J. A.
Wells, R. M. G.
Date: 1991.
Publisher: Berlin: Springer
In: Biology of Antarctic fish. (1991.),
Abstract: Reviews relevance of viscosity to physiology of notothenioids, a perciform suborder generally believed to have originated and diversified in frigid Antarctic seas.
Notes:

In: Biology of Antarctic fish / Guido di Prisco, Bruno Maresca, Bruno Tota, eds.

Keywords: 57 -- Biology.
574.2.043/.045 -- Organisms, influence of physical environment.
574.2.045 -- Organisms, influence of temperature.
575.826 -- Biological adaptation.
59 -- Zoology.
591.1 -- Animal physiology.
591.11 -- Blood, body fluids and circulation.
591.543.1 -- Animals, influence of temperature.
536.48 -- Low temperature phenomena in living things.
597 -- Fish.
597.583.12 -- Nototheniidae.
H4 -- Zoology: fish.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 112618

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