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  1. Activities of some enzymes of energy metabolism in the fast and slow muscles of an Antarctic teleost fish (Notothenia rossii)
WALESBY, N.J.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Biochemical Society Transactions, 7, 659-661
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Reserve a copy 2. Animals and temperature: phenotypic and evolutionary adaptation (1996)
Johnston, I.A.; BENNETT, A.F.
ISBN: 0521496586
Copies: 2
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  3. Antarctic fish muscles - structure, function and physiology
Johnston, I.A.
In: Antarctic Science, 1, No. 2, 97-108
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  4. Antarctic genomics
Clark, M.S.; Clarke, A.; COCKELL, C.S.; Convey, P.; DETRICH, H.W.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Johnston, I.A.; METHE, B.A.; MURRAY, A.E.; Peck, L.S.; ROMISCH, K.; Rogers, A.D.
In: Comparative and Functional Genomics, 5, 230-238
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  5. Aspetti morfofunzionali del cuore di teleostei Antartici privi di emoglobina. Morphofunctional aspects of the heart of Antarctic haemoglobinless teleosts (1991)
TOTA, B.; ACIERNO, R.; AGNISOLA, C.; Johnston, I.A.; HARRISON, P.; ZUMMO, G.
Copies: 1
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  6. Contractile and metabolic characteristics of muscle fibres from Antarctic fish
Johnston, I.A.; HARRISON, P.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 116, 223-236
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  7. Developmental changes in the differentiation of muscle fibres in the Antarctic teleost Notothenia neglecta
CAMM, J.-P.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Physiology, 367, 98P
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  8. Effects of inorganic phosphate on tension development by skinned fibres isolated from red and white muscles of an Antarctic fish (Notothenia neglecta)
ALTRINGHAM, J.D.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Physiology, 361, Suppl, 39P
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  9. Effects of phosphate on the contractile properties of fast and slow muscle fibres from an Antarctic fish
ALTRINGHAM, J.D.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Physiology, 368, 491-500
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  10. Effects of temperature on force-velocity relationship of skinned fibres isolated from icefish (Chaenocephalus aceratus) skeletal muscle
Johnston, I.A.
In: Proceedings of the Physiological Society, 1984, 42P
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  11. Effects of temperature on force-velocity relationship of skinned fibres isolated from icefish (Chaenocephalus aceratus) skeletal muscle
Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Physiology, 361, Suppl, 40P
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  12. Energy cost of contraction in fast and slow muscle fibres isolated from an elasmobranch and an Antarctic teleost fish
ALTRINGHAM, J.D.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 121, 239-250
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  13. Escape performance in the sub-Antarctic notothenioid fish Eleginops maclovinus
FERNANDEZ, D.A.; Calvo, J.; WAKELING, J.M.; VANELLA, F.A.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Polar Biology, 25, No. 12, 914-920
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  14. Evolution and adaptive radiation of Antarctic fishes
Clarke, A.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 11, No. 5, 212-218
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  15. Evolutionary adaptation of muscle power output to environmental temperature: force-velocity characteristics of skinned fibres isolated from antarctic, temperate and tropical marine fish
Johnston, I.A.; ALTRINGHAM, J.D.
In: Pflugers Archiv, 405, 136-140
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  16. Evolutionary adaptation to temperature in fish muscle cross bridge mechanisms: tension and ATP turnover
ALTRINGHAM, J.D.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 156, 819-821
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  17. Evolutionary temperature adaptation and the calcium regulation of fish actomyosin ATPases
Johnston, I.A.; WALESBY, N.J.
In: Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 129, 169-177
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  18. Feeding energetics and metabolism in demersal fish species from Antarctic, temperate and tropical environments
Johnston, I.A.; BATTRAM, J.
In: Marine Biology, 115, No. 1, 7-14
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  19. Feeding increases MyoD and PCNA expression in myogenic progenitor cells of Notothenia coriiceps
Brodeur, J.C.; Peck, L.S.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Fish Biology, 60, No. 6, 1475-1485
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  20. Fibre types in the locomotory muscles of an Antarctic teleost, Notothenia rossii. A histochemical ultrastructural and biochemical study
WALESBY, N.J.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Cell and Tissue Research, 208, 143-164
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  21. Genomics: applications to Antarctic ecosystems
Peck, L.S.; Clark, M.S.; Clarke, A.; COCKELL, C.S.; Convey, P.; DETRICH, H.W.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Johnston, I.A.; METHE, B.A.; MURRAY, A.E.; ROMISCH, K.; Rogers, A.D.
In: Polar Biology, 28, No. 5, 351-365
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  22. Gross anatomy, myoarchitecture, and ultrastructure of the heart ventricle in the haemoglobinless icefish Chaenocephalus aceratus
HARRISON, P.; ZUMMO, G.; FARINA, F.; TOTA, B.; Johnston, I.A.
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  23. Gross morphology, fibre composition and mechanical properties of pectoral fin muscles in the Antarctic teleost Notothenia neglecta Nybelin (1987)
HARRISON, P.; Nicol, C.J.M.; Johnston, I.A.
Copies: 1
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  24. Growth and metabolism in Antarctic fish (1993)
Johnston, I.A.
Copies: 1
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  25. A histochemical study of the lateral muscles of five teleost species
PATTERSON, S.; Johnston, I.A.; GOLDSPINK, G.
In: Journal of Fish Biology, 7, 159-166
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  26. Invertebrate muscle performance at high latitude: swimming activity in the Antarctic scallop, Adamussium colbecki
Bailey, D.M.; Johnston, I.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Polar Biology, 28, No. 6, 464-469
Bailey, D.M. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. Kinematics of labriform and subcarangiform swimming in the Antarctic fish Notothenia neglecta
ARCHER, S.D.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 143, 195-210
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  28. Low temperature limits burst swimming performance in Antarctic fish (1991)
Johnston, I.A.; JOHNSON, T.P.; BATTRAM, J.C.
Copies: 1
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  29. Metabolic constraints on burst-swimming in the Antarctic teleost Notothenia neglecta
Dunn, J.F.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Marine Biology, 91, 433-440
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  30. Metabolic differentiation of muscle fibres from a haemoglobinless (Champsocephalus gunnari Lonnberg) and a red-blooded (Notothenia rossii Fischer) Antarctic fish
WALESBY, N.J.; Nicol, C.J.M.; Johnston, I.A.
In: British Antarctic Survey Bulletin, No. 51, 201-214
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  31. Molecular mechanisms of temperature adaptation in fish myofibrillar adenosine triphosphatases
Johnston, I.A.; WALESBY, N.J.
In: Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 119, 195-206
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  32. Morphometric and ultrastructural features of the ventricular myocardium of the haemoglobin-less icefish Chaenocephalus aceratus
Johnston, I.A.; FITCH, N.; ZUMMO, G.; Wood, R.E.; HARRISON, P.; TOTA, B.
In: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 76A, No. 3, 475-480
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  33. Morphometrics and ultrastructure of myocardial tissue in Notothenioid fishes
Johnston, I.A.; HARRISON, P.
In: Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, 3, No. 1, 1-6
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  34. Muscle fibre types and metabolism in post-larval and adult stages of notothenioid fish
Dunn, J.F.; ARCHER, S.D.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Polar Biology, 9, No. 4, 213-223
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  35. Muscle function in Antarctic fish (1987)
Johnston, I.A.
Copies: 1
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  36. Muscle growth in polar fish: a study of Harpagifer species with sub-Antarctic and Antarctic distributions
Johnston, I.A.; VIEIRA, V.L.A.; FERNANDEZ, D.A.; ABERCROMBY, M.; Brodeur, J.C.; Peck, L.S.; Calvo, J.
In: Fisheries Science, 68, Suppl, 1023-1028
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  37. Muscle growth in the Antarctic teleost, Notothenia neglecta (Nybelin)
BATTRAM, J.C.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Antarctic Science, 3, No. 1, 29-33
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  38. Muscle metabolism and growth in Antarctic fishes (suborder Notothenioidei): evolution in a cold environment
Johnston, I.A.
In: Comparative biochemistry and physiology Vol. 136B pt/no 4 (2003), p. 701-713
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  39. Muscle structure and differentiation in pelagic and demersal stages of the Antarctic teleost Notothenia neglecta
Johnston, I.A.; CAMM, J.-P.
In: Marine Biology, 94, No. 2, 183-190
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  40. Muscles and activity metabolism in Antarctic fish: a review (1989)
Johnston, I.A.
Copies: 1
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  41. Myogenic cell cycle duration in Harpagifer species with sub-Antarctic and Antarctic distributions: evidence for cold compensation
Brodeur, J.C.; Calvo, J.; Clarke, A.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of experimental biology Vol. 206 pt/no 6 (2003), p. 1011-1016
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  42. Reduction in muscle fibre number during the adaptive radiation of notothenioid fishes: a phylogenetic perspective
Johnston, I.A.; FERNANDEZ, D.A.; Calvo, J.; VIEIRA, V.L.A.; North, A.W.; ABERCROMBY, M.; GARLAND, T.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 206, No. 15, 2595-2609
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  43. Respiratory characteristics of muscle fibres in a fish (Chaenocephalus aceratus) that lacks haem pigments
Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 133, 415-428
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  44. Skeletal muscle capillary supply in a fish that lacks respiratory pigments
FITCH, N.A.; Johnston, I.A.; Wood, R.E.
In: Respiration Physiology, 57, 201-211
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  45. Specialisations of swimming muscles in the pelagic antarctic fish Pleuragramma antarcticum
Johnston, I.A.; CAMM, J.-P.; White, M.G.
In: Marine Biology, 100, No. 1, 3-12
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  46. Stress response in the Antarctic teleosts (Notothenia neglecta Nybelin and N. rossii Richardson)
EGGINTON, S.; Taylor, E.W.; Wilson, R.W.; Johnston, I.A.; MOON, T.W.
In: Journal of Fish Biology, 38, 225-235
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  47. Studies on the swimming musculature of the rainbow trout. I. Fibre types
Johnston, I.A.; WARD, P.S.; GOLDSPINK, G.
In: Journal of Fish Biology, 7, 451-458
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  48. Studies on the swimming musculature of the rainbow trout. II. Muscle metabolism during severe hypoxia
Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Fish Biology, 7, 459-467
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  49. Temperature adaptation and the contractile properties of live muscle fibres from teleost fish
JOHNSON, T.P.; Johnston, I.A.
In: Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 161, 27-36
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  50. Temperature and metabolic rate in sedentary fish from the Antarctic, North Sea and Indo-West Pacific Ocean
Johnston, I.A.; Clarke, A.; Ward, P.
In: Marine Biology, 109, No. 2, 191-195
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  51. Temperature, muscle energetics and locomotion in inshore Antarctic fish
Johnston, I.A.
In: Oceanis, 11, No. 2, 125-142
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  52. Thermal dependence of contractile properties of single skinned muscle fibres from Antarctic and various warm water marine fishes including skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) and kawakawa (Euthynnus affinus)
Johnston, I.A.; Brill, R.
In: Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 155, 63-70
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  53. Thermodynamic activation parameters of fish myofibrillar ATPase enzyme and evolutionary adaptations to temperature
Johnston, I.A.; GOLDSPINK, G.
In: Nature, 257, No. 5527, 620-622
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