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A descriptive morphological and electrophoretic study of the embryonic development of Palaemonetes pugio (Crustacea: decapoda) /
A review of the systematics and zoogeography of the freshwater species of Palaemonetes Heller of North America (Crustacea, Decapoda) /
Accumulation of PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls), Mercury and Cadmium by 'Nereis virens', 'Mercenaria mercenaria', and Palaemonetes pugio' from Contaminated Harbor Sediments.
Acephate, aldicarb, carbophenothion, DEF, EPN, ethoprop, methyl parathion, and phorate: their acute and chronic toxicity, bioconcentration potential, and persistence as related to marine environments /
Acute Toxicity and Bioconcentration of Endosulfan-Exposed Estuarine Animals.
Acute Toxicity of Kepone (Trademark) to Four Estuarine Animals.
Bioaccumulation of Kepone by Grass Shrimp ('Palaemonetes pugio'): Importance of Dietary Accumulation and Food Ration.
Cadmium Toxicity to Three Species of Estuarine Invertebrates.
Comparative toxicity of drilling muds : role of chromium and petroleum hydrocarbons /
Comparative Toxicity of Offshore and Oil-Added Drilling Muds to Larvae of the Grass Shrimp 'Palaemonetes intermedius'.
Comparison and Evaluation of Field and Laboratory Toxicity Tests with Fenvalerate on an Estuarine Crustacean.
Distribution of Mirex in an Experimental Estuarine Ecosystem.
Ecophysiological studies on the ontogeny of euryplasticity in the caridean shrimp, Palaemonetes pugio (Hothuis) and modifications by zinc /
Effect of Mirex on Predator-Prey Interaction in an Experimental Estuarine Ecosystem.
Effect of Prehatch and Posthatch Exposure to Cadmium on Salinity Tolerance of Larval Grass Shrimp, 'Palaemonetes pugio'.
Effects of Cadmium on the Shrimps, 'Penaeus duorarum', 'Palaemonetes pugio' and 'Palaemonetes vulgaris'.
Effects of Fenvalerate on Larval Development of 'Palaemonetes pugio' (Holthuis) and on Larval Metabolism during Osmotic Stress.
Effects of Ground ULV (Ultra-Low Volume) Applications of Fenthion on Estuarine Biota. 3. Response of Caged Pink Shrimp and Grass Shrimp.
Effects of Sodium Pentachlorophenate on Several Estuarine Animals: Toxicity, Uptake, and Depuration.
Effects of Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium on Adult 'Palaemonetes pugio' under Static and Flow-Through Conditions.
Effects of thermal pollution on pelagic larvae of crustacea /
Impairment of Antipredator Behavior in 'Palaemonetes pugio' by Exposure to Sublethal Doses of Parathion.
Influence of an Insect Growth Regulator on the Larval Development of an Estuarine Shrimp.
Kepone (Trademark) Bioconcentration, Accumulation, Loss, and Transfer through Estuarine Food Chains.
Molt-related Susceptibility and Regenerative Limb Growth as Sensitive Indicators of Aquatic Pollutant Toxicity to Crustaceans.
Ontogeny of Resistance Adaptation and Metabolic Compensation to Salinity and Temperature by the Caridean Shrimp, 'Palaemonetes pugio', and Modification by Sublethal Zinc Exposure.
Organotin Toxicity Studies Conducted with Selected Marine Organisms at EPA's Environmental Research Laboratory, Gulf Breeze, Florida.
Physiological and Histopathological Evaluation of Dithiocarbamate Toxicity to the Grass Shrimp, 'Palaemonetes Pugio'.
Respiratory and Behavioral Responses of the Grass Shrimp 'Palaemonetes pugio' to Cadmium and Reduced Dissolved Oxygen.
Rosette Glands in the Gills of the Grass Shrimp, 'Palaemonetes pugio' I. Comparative Morphology, Cyclical Activity, and Innervation.
Simple System for the Preliminary Evaluation of Infectivity and Pathogenesis of Insect Virus in a Nontarget Estuarine Shrimp.
Sublethal effects of diflubenzuron (Dimilin) on the reproduction and photobehavior of the grass shrimp (Palaemonetes pugio) Holthuis (Caridea, Palaemonidae) /
The use of grass shrimp (palaemonetes pugio) larvae in field bioassys of the effects of agricultural runoff into estuarys. /
Three new crustaceans from La Media Luna, San Luis Potosí, Mexico /
Toxicity and Bioconcentration of BHC and Lindane in Selected Estuarine Animals.
Toxicity of Pentachlorophenol and Related Compounds to Early Life Stages of Selected Estuarine Animals.
Toxicity of Pyrethroids to Marine Invertebrates and Fish: A Literature Review and Test Results with Sediment-Sorbed Chemicals.
Toxicity of Textile Mill Effluents to Freshwater and Estuarine Algae, Crustaceans and Fishes.
Uptake and Toxicity of Toxaphene in Several Estuarine Organisms.
Use of the Grass Shrimp 'Palaemonetes pugio' in a Life-Cycle Toxicity Test.
Variations in Larval Growth and Metabolism of an Estuarine Shrimp 'Palaemonetes pugio' during Toxicosis by an Insect Growth Regulator.
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