||Chemical Responses by Marine Organisms to Stress. Phase I.
Jeffrie, Harry Perry ;
||Rhode Island Univ., Kingston. Graduate School of Oceanography.
||Ref-67-4 ;TR-1; FWPCA-WP-00858;
Marine biology ;
Aquatic animals ;
Water pollution effects(Animals)
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The long-term goal is to predict the consequences of environmental stress on estuarine biota. The homeostatic responses of fatty acids and free amino acids are sensitive indicators of environmental changes. Stress may take the form of seasonal temperature variation in the annual cycle of plankton production, or stress may result from artificial complications such as pollution.