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  1. Amphipod crustacean size spectra: new insights in the relationship between size and oxygen
Chapelle, G.; Peck, L.S.
In: Oikos, 106, No. 1, 167-175
Chapelle, G. (Author)595.371ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Amphipod gigantism dictated by oxygen availability? Reply (to comment by J.I. Spicer and K.J. Gaston)
Peck, L.S.; Chapelle, G.
In: Ecology Letters, 2, No. 6, 401-403
Peck, L.S. (Author)595.371ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Animal temperature limits and ecological relevance: effects of size, activity and rates of change
Peck, L.S.; Clark, M.S.; Morley, S.A.; MASSEY, A.; ROSSETTI, H.
In: Functional Ecology, 23, No. 2, 248-256
Peck, L.S. (Author)591.543ArticleAdd To Basket
  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
Clark, M.S. (Author)577.2ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Antarctic intertidal limpet ecophysiology : a winter-summer comparison
Obermuller, B.E.; Morley, S.A.; Clark, M.S.; Barnes, D.K.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 403, No. 1, p. 39-45
Obermuller, B.E. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Antarctic krill 454 pyrosequencing reveals chaperone and stress transcriptome
Clark, M.S.; THORNE, M.A.S.; TOULLEC, J.-Y.; MENG, Y.; GUAN, L.; Peck, L.S.; MOORE, S.
In: PLoS One, 6, No. 1, 17p.
Clark, M.S. (Author)595.383.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Antarctic marine molluscs do have an HSP70 heat shock response
Clark, M.S.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Peck, L.S.
Clark, M.S. (Author)594ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Antarctic sessile marine benthos: colonisation and growth on artificial substrata over three years
Bowden, D.A.; Clarke, A.; Peck, L.S.; Barnes, D.K.A.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 316, 1-16
Bowden, D.A. (Author)591.524.11ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. An Antarctic shelf population of the deep-sea, Pacific brachiopod Neorhynchia strebeli
Barnes, D.K.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 77, No. 2, 399-407
Barnes, D.K.A. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  10. Biology of living brachiopods (1992)
JAMES, M.A.; ANSELL, A.D.; Collins, M.J.; Curry, G.B.; Peck, L.S.; RHODES, M.C.
Copies: 1
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  11. Body volumes and internal space constraints in articulate brachiopods
Peck, L.S.
In: Lethaia, 25, No. 4, 383-390
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  12. Bomb signals in old Antarctic brachiopods
Peck, L.S.; BREY, T.
In: Nature, 380, No. 6571, 207-208
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  13. Brachiopoda (1997)
Peck, L.S.
Copies: 1
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  14. Brachiopods and climate change
Peck, L.S.
In: Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, No. 3, 451-456
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  15. The British Antarctic Survey's marine aquarium
Peck, L.S.; WARD, J.
In: NERC News, No. 21, 4-6
Peck, L.S. (Author)639.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. Burrowing in the Antarctic anemone, Halcampoides sp., from Signy Island, Antarctica
ANSELL, A.D.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 252, No. 1, 45-55
ANSELL, A.D. (Author)593.65ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. The caeca of punctate brachiopods: a respiring tissue not a respiratory organ
Peck, L.S.; Morris, D.J.; Clarke, A.
In: Lethaia, 19, No. 3, 232
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Climate change and invasibility of the Antarctic benthos
ARONSON, R.B.; THATJE, S.; Clarke, A.; Peck, L.S.; Blake, D.B.; WILGA, C.D.; SEIBEL, B.A.
In: Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 38, 129-154
ARONSON, R.B. (Author)591.524.11ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. Climate change and the marine ecosystem of the western Antarctic Peninsula
Clarke, A.; Murphy, E.J.; Meredith, M.P.; King, J.C.; Peck, L.S.; Barnes, D.K.A.; Smith, R.C.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 362, No. 1477, 149-166
Clarke, A. (Author)574.5(26)ArticleAdd To Basket
  20. The coldwater marine aquarium at the British Antarctic Survey
WARD, J.P.; Peck, L.S.
In: Aquarium Sciences and Conservation, 1, No. 1, 53-63
WARD, J.P. (Author)639.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  21. Community recovery following catastrophic iceberg impacts in a soft-sediment shallow-water site at Signy Island, Antarctica
Peck, L.S.; BROCKINGTON, S.; VANHOVE, S.; BEGHYN, M.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 186, 1-8
Peck, L.S. (Author)574.587ArticleAdd To Basket
  22. Cutting edge
Peck, L.S.
In: Times Higher Education Supplement, No. 1415, 24
Peck, L.S. (Author)591.524.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. Delayed arm regeneration in the Antarctic brittle star (Ophionotus victoriae)
Clark, M.S.; DUPONT, S.; ROSSETTI, H.; BURNS, G.; THORNDYKE, M.C.; Peck, L.S.
In: Aquatic Biology, 1, No. 1, 45-53
Clark, M.S. (Author)593.94ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. Depth gradients in shell morphology correlate with thermal limits for activity and ice disturbance in Antarctic limpets
Morley, S.A.; Clark, M.S.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 390, No. 1, 1-5
Morley, S.A. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. Developmental and settlement characteristics of the Antarctic brachiopod Liothyrella uva (Broderip 1833) (2001)
Peck, L.S.; MEIDLINGER, K.; Tyler, P.A.
Copies: 2
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  26. Digestion rate, gut passage time and absorption efficiency in the Antarctic spiny plunderfish
BOYCE, S.J.; MURRAY, A.W.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Fish Biology, 57, No. 4, 908-929
BOYCE, S.J. (Author)597.583.13ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. Distribution of pelagic larvae of benthic marine invertebrates in the Bellingshausen Sea
SHREEVE, R.S.; Peck, L.S.
In: Polar Biology, 15, No. 5, 369-374
SHREEVE, R.S. (Author)591.524.11ArticleAdd To Basket
  28. The distribution, abundance and seasonality of pelagic marine invertebrate larvae in the maritime Antarctic
Stanwell-Smith, D.; Peck, L.S.; Clarke, A.; MURRAY, A.W.A.; Todd, C.D.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 354, 471-484
Stanwell-Smith, D. (Author)592ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. Duration tenacity: a method for assessing acclimatory capacity of the Antarctic limpet, Nacella concinna
Morley, S.A.; Lemmon, V.; Obermuller, B.E.; Spicer, J.I.; Clark, M.S.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 399, No. 1, 39-42
Morley, S.A. (Author)591.543ArticleAdd To Basket
  30. Dynamic gene expression profiles during arm regeneration in the brittle star Amphiura filiformis
BURNS, G.; Ortega-Martinez, O.; THORNDYKE, M.C.; Peck, L.S.; DUPONT, S.; Clark, M.S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 407, No. 2, 315-322
BURNS, G. (Author)593.94ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Early larval development of the Sydney rock oyster Saccostrea glomerata under near-future predictions of CO2-driven ocean acidification
WATSON, S.-A.; SOUTHGATE, P.C.; Tyler, P.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Shellfish Research, 28, No. 3, 431-436
WATSON, S.-A. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  32. Ecological relevance of laboratory determined temperature limits : colonization potential, biogeography and resilience of Antarctic invertebrates to environmental change
Barnes, D.K.A.; Peck, L.S.; Morley, S.A.
In: Global Change Biology, 16, No. 11, 3164-3169
Barnes, D.K.A. (Author)591.543.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Ecological responses of maritime Antarctic lakes to regional climate change
Quayle, W.C.; Convey, P.; Peck, L.S.; Ellis-Evans, J.C.; BUTLER, H.G.; Peat, H.J.
In: Antarctic Research Series, 79, 159-170
Quayle, W.C. (Author)556.551ArticleAdd To Basket
  34. Ecology of articulated brachiopods (2001)
Peck, L.S.
Copies: 1
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  35. Ecophysiology of Antarctic marine ectotherms: limits to life
Peck, L.S.
In: Polar Biology, 25, No. 1, 31-40
Peck, L.S. (Author)591.524.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. Effect of sperm concentration and sperm ageing on fertilisation success in the Antarctic soft-shelled clam Laternula elliptica and the Antarctic limpet Nacella concinna
Powell, D.K.; Tyler, P.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 215, 191-200
Powell, D.K. (Author)594ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. Effects of brooding and broadcasting reproductive modes on the population genetic structure of two Antarctic gastropod molluscs
HOFFMAN, J.I.; Clarke, A.; Linse, K.; Peck, L.S.
In: Marine Biology, 158, No. 2, 287-296
HOFFMAN, J.I. (Author)594.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. Effects of copper exposure on the metabolism of the mysid Praunus flexuosus
GARNACHO, E.; Peck, L.S.; Tyler, P.A.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 265, No. 2, 181-201
GARNACHO, E. (Author)595.383.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  39. Effects of feeding and starvation on the metabolic rate of the necrophagous Antarctic amphipod Waldeckia obesa (Chevreux, 1905)
Chapelle, G.; Peck, L.S.; Clarke, A.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 183, No. 1, 63-76
Chapelle, G. (Author)595.371ArticleAdd To Basket
  40. The effects of temperature on metabolic rate and protein synthesis following a meal in the isopod Glyptonotus antarcticus, Eights (1852)
ROBERTSON, R.F.; EL-HAJ, A.J.; Clarke, A.; Peck, L.S.; Taylor, E.W.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 9, 677-686
ROBERTSON, R.F. (Author)595.373ArticleAdd To Basket
  41. The effects of temperature on peripheral neuronal function in eurythermal and stenothermal crustaceans
YOUNG, J.S.; Peck, L.S.; MATHESON, T.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 209, 1976-1987
YOUNG, J.S. (Author)595.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  42. The effects of temperature on walking and righting in temperate and Antarctic crustaceans
YOUNG, J.S.; Peck, L.S.; MATHESON, T.
In: Polar Biology, 29, No. 11, 978-987
YOUNG, J.S. (Author)595.3ArticleAdd To Basket
  43. Energetic cost of synthesizing proteins in Antarctic limpet, Nacella concinna (Strebel, 1908) is not temperature dependent
BOWGEN, A.D.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Peck, L.S.; Clarke, A.
In: American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 292, R2266-R2274
BOWGEN, A.D. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  44. Energy balance and cold adaptation in the octopus Pareledone charcoti
DALY, H.I.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 245, No. 2, 197-214
DALY, H.I. (Author)594.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  45. Environmental constraints on life histories in Antarctic ecosystems: tempos, timings and predictability
Peck, L.S.; Convey, P.; Barnes, D.K.A.
In: Biological Reviews, 81, No. 1, 75-109
Peck, L.S. (Author)574.36ArticleAdd To Basket
  46. Epibiota and attachment substrata of deep-water brachiopods from Antarctica and New Zealand
Barnes, D.K.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 351, No. 1340, 677-687
Barnes, D.K.A. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  47. Extreme responses to climate change in Antarctic lakes
Quayle, W.C.; Peck, L.S.; Peat, H.J.; Ellis-Evans, J.C.; Harrigan, P.R.
In: Science, 295, No. 5555, 645
Quayle, W.C. (Author)556.551ArticleAdd To Basket
  48. Extreme sensitivity of biological function to temperature in Antarctic marine species
Peck, L.S.; Webb, K.E.; Bailey, D.M.
In: Functional Ecology, 18, No. 5, 625-630
Peck, L.S. (Author)594ArticleAdd To Basket
  49. Extremes of metabolic strategy in Antarctic Bryozoa
Barnes, D.K.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Marine Biology, 147, No. 4, 979-988
Barnes, D.K.A. (Author)594.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  50. Feast and famine in Antarctica: seasonal physiology in the limpet Nacella concinna
Fraser, K.P.P.; Clarke, A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 242, 169-177
Fraser, K.P.P. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  51. 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
Brodeur, J.C. (Author)597.583.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  52. Feeding, metabolism and growth in the Antarctic limpet, Nacella concinna (Strebel 1908)
Peck, L.S.; VEAL, R.
In: Marine Biology, 138, No. 3, 553-560
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  53. Feeding, metabolism and metabolic scope in Antarctic marine ectotherms (1998)
Peck, L.S.
Copies: 1
Peck, L.S. (Author)591.12ChapterAdd To Basket
  54. Fertilization success of the circumpolar Antarctic seastar Odontaster validus (Koehler, 1906): a diver-collected study (2011)
GRANGE, L.J.; Tyler, P.A.; Peck, L.S.
Copies: 1
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Reserve a copy 55. A field guide to the pelagic invertebrate larvae of the maritime Antarctic (1997)
Stanwell-Smith, D.; Hood, A.; Peck, L.S.
ISBN: 0856651974
Copies: 4
Stanwell-Smith, D. (Author)592Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  56. Gametogenesis and gonad mass cycles in the common circumpolar Antarctic echinoid Sterechinus neumayeri
BROCKINGTON, S.; Peck, L.S.; Tyler, P.A.
In: Marine Ecology Progress Series, 330, 139-147
BROCKINGTON, S. (Author)593.95ArticleAdd To Basket
  57. 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
Peck, L.S. (Author)577.2ArticleAdd To Basket
  58. Geographical variation in thermal tolerance within Southern Ocean marine ectotherms
Morley, S.A.; HIRSE, T.; Portner, H-O.; Peck, L.S.
In: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 153, 154-161
Morley, S.A. (Author)594ArticleAdd To Basket
  59. Gigantism (2007)
Chapelle, G.; Peck, L.S.
Copies: 1
Chapelle, G. (Author)591.524.1ChapterAdd To Basket
  60. Growth (2007)
Peck, L.S.; Chapelle, G.
Copies: 1
Peck, L.S. (Author)591.134ChapterAdd To Basket
  61. Growth and metabolism in the Antarctic brachiopod Liothyrella uva
Peck, L.S.; BROCKINGTON, S.; BREY, T.
In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A, 352, 851-858
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.8ArticleAdd To Basket
  62. Growth and population structure in the infaunal bivalve Yoldia eightsi in relation to iceberg activity at Signy Island, Antarctica
Peck, L.S.; BULLOUGH, L.W.
In: Marine Biology, 117, No. 2, 235-241
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  63. Growth and tissue mass cycles in the infaunal bivalve Yoldia eightsi at Signy Island, Antarctica
Peck, L.S.; COLMAN, J.G.; MURRAY, A.W.A.
In: Polar Biology, 23, No. 6, 420-428
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  64. Growth in the slow lane: protein metabolism in the Antarctic limpet Nacella concinna (Strebel 1908)
Fraser, K.P.P.; Clarke, A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 210, No. 15, 2691-2699
Fraser, K.P.P. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  65. Heart rate and ventilation in Antarctic fishes are largely determined by ecotype
CAMPBELL, H.; Davison, W.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Peck, L.S.; EGGINTON, S.
In: Journal of Fish Biology, 74, No. 3, 535-552
CAMPBELL, H. (Author)597.583.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  66. Hibernation in an Antarctic fish: on ice for winter
CAMPBELL, H.A.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Bishop, C.M.; Peck, L.S.; EGGINTON, S.
In: PLoS One, 3, No. 3, e1843, doi:1371/journal.pone.0001743, 9p
CAMPBELL, H.A. (Author)597.583.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  67. High-energy phosphate metabolism during exercise and recovery in temperate and Antarctic scallops - an in vivo 31P-NMR study
Bailey, D.M.; Peck, L.S.; BOCK, C.; Portner, H-O.
In: Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 76, No. 5, 622-633
Bailey, D.M. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  68. A holistic approach to understanding the biological impacts of climate change: Antarctica as a planetary warning system
Convey, P.; Barnes, D.K.A.; Clark, M.S.; Hodgson, D.A.; Peck, L.S.
In: Inside Agriculture, 2, No. 1, 16-39
Convey, P. (Author)574ArticleAdd To Basket
  69. A horizon scan of global conservation issues for 2010
Sutherland, W.J.; CLOUT, M.N.; COTE, I.M.; DASZAK, P.; DEPLEDGE, M.H.; FELLMAN, L.; FLEISHMAN, E.; GARTHWAITE, R.; GIBBONS, D.W.; DE LURIO, J.; IMPEY, A.J.; LICKORISH, F.; LINDENMAYER, D.; MADGWICK, J.; MARGERISON, C.; MAYNARD, T.; Peck, L.S.; PRETTY, J.; PRIOR, S.; REDFORD, K.H.; SCHARLEMANN, J.P.W.; SPALDING, M.; Watkinson, A.R.
In: Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 25, No. 1, 1-7
Sutherland, W.J. (Author)502.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  70. Horizon scan of global conservation issues for 2011
Sutherland, W.J.; BARDSLEY, S.; BENNUN, L.; CLOUT, M.; COTE, I.M.; DEPLEDGE, M.H.; Dicks, L.V.; DOBSON, A.P.; FELLMAN, L.; FLEISHMAN, E.; GIBBONS, D.W.; IMPEY, A.J.; Lawton, J.H.; LICKORISH, F.; Lindenmayer, D.B.; LOVEJOY, T.E.; MAC NALLY, R.; MADGWICK, J.; Peck, L.S.; PRETTY, J.; PRIOR, S.V.; REDFORD, K.H.; SCHARLEMANN, J.P.W.; SPALDING, M.; Watkinson, A.R.
In: Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 26, No. 1, 10-16
Sutherland, W.J. (Author)502.7ArticleAdd To Basket
  71. HSP70 heat shock proteins and environmental stress in Antarctic marine organisms: A mini-review
Clark, M.S.; Peck, L.S.
In: Marine Genomics, 2, No. 1, 11-18
Clark, M.S. (Author)591.524.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  72. The HSP70 heat shock response in the Antarctic fish Harpagifer antarcticus
Clark, M.S.; Fraser, K.P.P.; BURNS, G.; Peck, L.S.
In: Polar Biology, 31, No. 2, 171-180
Clark, M.S. (Author)597.583.13ArticleAdd To Basket
  73. Hyperoxia alleviates thermal stress in the Antarctic bivalve, Laternula elliptica: evidence for oxygen limited thermal tolerance
Portner, H-O.; Peck, L.S.; HIRSE, T.
In: Polar Biology, 29, No. 8, 688-693
Portner, H-O. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  74. Hypoxia tolerance associated with activity reduction is a key adaptation for Laternula elliptica seasonal energetics
Morley, S.A.; Peck, L.S.; MILLER, A.J.; Portner, H-O.
Morley, S.A. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  75. Iceberg devastation creates new life
Peck, L.S.
In: Antarctic, 15, No. 3, 66
Peck, L.S. (Author)574.587ArticleAdd To Basket
  76. An improved desorber design for use in couloximetry
Peck, L.S.; Whitehouse, M.J.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 163, No. 2, 163-167
Peck, L.S. (Author)551.46.08ArticleAdd To Basket
  77. Induced in vitro phagocytosis of the Antarctic starfish Odontaster validus (Koehler, 1906) at 0oC
Sliva, J.R.M.C.; Peck, L.S.
In: Polar Biology, 23, No. 4, 225-230
Sliva, J.R.M.C. (Author)593.93ArticleAdd To Basket
  78. The influence of acclimation and substratum on the metabolism of the Antarctic amphipods Waldeckia obesa (Chevreux 1905) and Bovallia gigantea (Pfeffer 1888)
Chapelle, G.; Peck, L.S.
In: Polar Biology, 15, No. 3, 225-232
Chapelle, G. (Author)595.371ArticleAdd To Basket
  79. Insights into shell deposition in the Antarctic bivalve Laternula elliptica: gene discovery in the mantle transcriptome using 454 pyrosequencing
Clark, M.S.; THORNE, M.A.S.; VIEIRA, F.A.; CARDOSO, J.C.R.; POWER, D.M.; Peck, L.S.
In: BMC Genomics, 11, 362, 14p.
Clark, M.S. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  80. Intracellular pH and energy metabolism in the highly stenothermal Antarctic bivalve Limopsis marionensis as a function of ambient temperature
Portner, H-O.; Peck, L.S.; ZIELINSKI, S.; CONWAY, L.Z.
In: Polar Biology, 22, No. 1, 17-30
Portner, H-O. (Author)594.1ArticleAdd To Basket
  81. 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
  82. Journey to the end of the Earth. Review of Terra Antarctica: looking into the emptiest continent by W. Fox. Trinity University Press, 2005
Peck, L.S.
In: Nature, 440, No. 7082, 281
Peck, L.S. (Author) ArticleAdd To Basket
  83. A laboratory energy budget for the ormer Haliotis tuberculata L
Peck, L.S.; CULLEY, M.B.; HELM, M.M.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 106, 103-123
Peck, L.S. (Author)594.32ArticleAdd To Basket
  84. Lack of acclimation in Ophionotus victoriae: brittle stars are not fish
Peck, L.S.; MASSEY, A.; THORNE, M.; Clark, M.S.
In: Polar Biology, 32, No. 3, 399-402
Peck, L.S. (Author)593.94ArticleAdd To Basket
  85. Lack of an HSP70 heat shock response in two Antarctic marine invertebrates
Clark, M.S.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Peck, L.S.
In: Polar Biology, 31, No. 9, 1059-1065
Clark, M.S. (Author)592ArticleAdd To Basket
  86. Larval development in the Antarctic nemertean Parborlasia corrugatus (Heteronemertea: Lineidae)
Peck, L.S.
In: Marine Biology, 116, No. 2, 301-310
Peck, L.S. (Author)595.124ArticleAdd To Basket
  87. Life in the fast lane: the free-range activity, heart rate and metabolism of an Antarctic fish tracked in temperate water
CAMPBELL, H.A.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Peck, L.S.; Bishop, C.M.; EGGINTON, S.
In: Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 349, No. 1, 142-151
CAMPBELL, H.A. (Author)597.583.12ArticleAdd To Basket
  88. A light, portable apparatus for the assessment of invertebrate heartbeat rate
BUCHAN, P.; Peck, L.S.; TUBLITZ, N.
In: Journal of Experimental Biology, 136, 495-498
BUCHAN, P. (Author)59.087.5ArticleAdd To Basket
  89. Limitation of size by hypoxia in the fruit fly Drosphila melanogaster
Peck, L.S.; MADDRELL, S.H.P.
In: Journal of Experimental Zoology, 303A, 968-975
Peck, L.S. (Author)595.77ArticleAdd To Basket
  90. Links between the structure of an Antarctic shallow-water community and ice-scour frequency
Brown, K.M.; Fraser, K.P.P.; Barnes, D.K.A.; Peck, L.S.
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  91. Long-term interannual cycles of the gametogenic ecology of the Antarctic brittle star Ophionutus victoriae
GRANGE, L.J.; Tyler, P.A.; Peck, L.S.; CORNELIUS, N.
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