Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Notothenia coriiceps
Hitlist - Titles w/subject : Notothenia coriiceps

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  1. Aspects of the ecology of two nototheniid fish species in the inshore zone of the sub-Antarctic Marion Island
GON, O.; MOSTERT, D.
In: South African Journal of Antarctic Research, 22, No. 1&2, 59-67
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  2. Cold adaptation of microtubule assembly and dynamics. Structural interpretation of primary sequence changes present in the alpha- and beta-tubulins of Antarctic fishes
DETRICH, H.W.; PARKER, S.K.; WILLIAMS, R.C.; NOGALES, E.; DOWNING, K.H.
In: Journal of Biological Chemistry, 275, No. 47, 37,038-37, 047
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  3. Comparison of lipid content and fatty acid composition in muscle and liver of two notothenioid fishes from Admiralty Bay (Antarctica): an eco-physiologial perspective
KAMLER, E.; KRASICKA, B.; RAKUSA-SUSZCZEWSKI, S.
In: Polar Biology, 24, No. 10, 735-743
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  4. Growth and metabolism in Antarctic fish (1993)
Johnston, I.A.
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  5. 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
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  6. A method for preparing large numbers of otolith sections for viewing by scanning electron microscope
ASHFORD, J.R.; ROBINSON, K.; White, M.G.
In: ICES Journal of Marine Science, 50, 227-229
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