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Living Without Oxygen

Closed and Open Systems in Hypoxia Tolerance

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674498266

Publication Date: 04/23/1980

181 pages

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  • 1. Anaerobic Metabolism: What Can and What Cannot Change
  • 2. Helminths and the Usefulness of Carbon Dioxide
  • 3. Coupled Glucose and Amino Acid Catabolism in Bivalve Molluscs
  • 4. Coupled Glucose and Arginine Metabolism in Cephalopods
  • 5. Key Elements of Anaerobic Glycolyis
  • 6. Integrating Aerobic and Anaerobic Glycolysis
  • 7. Integrative Mechanisms in Hypoxia-Adapted Fish
  • 8. Air-Breathing Fish
  • 9. Diving Marine Mammals
  • Epilogue
  • Index

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