Studies on the biology of planktonic coelenterates / by Mary Needler Arai.: Fs52-4/1223E-PDF
"The 1970 survey of plankton in the Alberni Canal indicated the presence of various hydromedusae and ctenophores including Aeguorea, Sarsia, Phialidium, Aglantha, Rathkea:, Eutonina and Pleurobrachia. Sarsia, Phialidium and Pleurobrachia were particularly abundant and have therefore been most.extensively investigated in the present series of studies. The research in the summer of 1972 has taken two main directions which will be included in this report. 1. Observations on the behaviour of coelenterates with reference to discontinuity layers. 2. Measurements of oxygen consumption of hydromedusae. Preliminary exploration was also made of the kinds of biological information on coelenterates which can be derived from plankton hauls carried out by other members of the Environmental Research Group in connection with productivity studies"--Introduction, page .
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans. |
Fisheries Research Board of Canada.
|Title||Studies on the biology of planktonic coelenterates / by Mary Needler Arai.|
|Series title||Manuscript report series / Fisheries Research Board of Canada ; no. 1223|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Note(s)|| "This series includes unpublished preliminary reports and data records not intended for general distribution. They should not be referred to in publications without clearance from the issuing Board establishment and without clear indication of their manuscript status." |
Digitized edition from print [produced by Fisheries and Oceans Canada].
Includes bibliographical references (pages 9-10 and page 32).
|Publishing information||Nanaimo, B.C. : Pacific Biological Station, November 1972.|
|Author / Contributor||Arai, Mary Needler,author.|
|Description||1 online resource (32 pages) : illustrations.|
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|Subject terms|| Aquatic ecosystems |
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