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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.
Chronic Effects of Low pH and Elevated Aluminum on Survival, Maturation, Spawning and Embryo-Larval Development of the Fathead Minnow in Soft Water.
Effect of Chemotherapy on the In vivo Frequency of Glycophorin A 'Null' Variant Erythrocytes (Revised).
Effects of Acid and Aluminum on Swim Bladder Development and Yolk Absorption in the Fathead Minnow, 'Pimephales promelas', (Journal Version).
Experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake (Wisconsin) : fish research approach and early responses /
Field and Laboratory Investigation of Acid Effects on Largemouth Bass, Rock Bass, Black Crappie, and Yellow Perch.
Fish Blood Osmolality, Gill Histology and Oocyte Atresia as Early Warning Acid Stress Indicators.
Food chain processes : annual reports 1972. Part 1
Multiple Effects of Acid and Aluminum on Brood Stock and Progeny of Fathead Minnows, with Emphasis on Histopathology.
Osmoregulatory Failure and Death of First-Year Largemouth Bass 'Micropterus salmoides' Exposed to Low pH and Elevated Aluminum, at Low Temperatures in Soft Water.
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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