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Full text:[...] THE BIOCHEMISTRY OF PHYTOPLANKTON Phytoplanjkton are at the base of the marine food chain and are the main contributors of organic material to most shallow water marine sediments. By studying their b [...]
Full text:[...] 30 TABLE OF POSITIONS. THE COAST OF AFRICA—continued. Indian Point ........................ Black Point ........................ Point Malemba ...................... Kabenda Ray, Point Palmas, or Kab [...]
Full text:[...] August 26, 1933 NATURE 303 Atlantic in 1931 were given by Mr. G. E. R. Deacon in a letter in Nature of August 15, 1931. Throughout the commission the deep water echo-sounding machine was in constant [...]
Full text:[...] ANTHOMEDTJSiE—STOMOTOCA. 109 GENERIC CHARACTERS. Tiarinas with 2 long, diametrically opposed tentacles, and with more or less numerous, rudimentary tentacles. The basal bulbs of the long tentacles ar [...]
Full text:[...] ANTHOMEDUS.E—LYMNORKA, BOUGAINVILLTA. 155 Bell 4 mm. high, 3 mm. broad, with vertical sides, flat top, and thin walls. 32 slender tentacles with tightly coiled ends and large basal bulbs. A black, ec [...]
Full text:[...] 162 MEDUS/E OF THE WORLD. and do not develop into planulae while still attached to the medusa. The entoderm of the stomach and tentacle-bulbs is golden-yellow. This species is found off the North Atl [...]
Full text:[...] 196 MEDUSAE OF THE WORLD. sented to me by the Department of Biology of Johns Hopkins University for publication in this work, and it seems but fitting that the species should be named in honor of the [...]
Full text:[...] 183 J 9<2jOlS the track of the Killer whales Cha"ins" S- - . Although the average 95-ton Blue whale (the biggest run to 120 tofts) is 95 feet long, and presents a fair target at 70 yards, the movemen [...]
Full text:[...] Tlpe J ou.r rjoX of Con^npar-tG 50 RESEARCH WORK IN ' THE ANTARCTIC. ANOTHER " DISCOVERY " LAUNCHED. AN EXTENSIVE PROGRAMME OF INVESTIGATIONS. [FROM OUB COBBKSPOgDEMT.] GLASGOW, Saturday. THE last f [...]
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