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Changes in Gill Histology of Fathead Minnows and Yellow Perch Transferred to Soft Water or Acidified Soft Water with Particular Reference to Chloride Cells.
Development of Apical Pits in Chloride Cells of the Gills of 'Pimephales promelas' After Chronic Exposureto Acid Water.
Effects of Acid and Aluminum on Swim Bladder Development and Yolk Absorption in the Fathead Minnow, 'Pimephales promelas', (Journal Version).
Fish Blood Osmolality, Gill Histology and Oocyte Atresia as Early Warning Acid Stress Indicators.
Morphological and Morphometrical Changes in Chloride Cells of the Gills of Pimephales promelas After Chronic Exposure to Acid Water.
Multiple Effects of Acid and Aluminum on Brood Stock and Progeny of Fathead Minnows, with Emphasis on Histopathology.
Repsonses of Juvenile Largemouth Bass to Different pH and Aluminum Levels at Overwintering Temperatures: Effects on Gill Morphology, Electrolyte Balance, Scale Calcium, Liver Glycogen, and Depot Fat.
Survival, Blood Osmolality, and Gill Morphology of Juvenile Yellow Perch, Rock Bass, Black Crappie, and Largemouth Bass Exposed to Acidified Soft Water.
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