The metabolism ofPlotosus anguillaris (Bloch) in various concentrations of salt and oxygen in the medium

  • S. V. Job


Instant Rate Standard Metabolic Rate Osmotic Regulation Lethal Level Test Salinity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. V. Job
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  1. 1.Central Marine Fisheries Research StationMandapam Camp

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