2 edition of Spatial orientation and biomagnetic responses of Katharina tunicata (mollusca : Polyplacophora), in Washington and in California found in the catalog.
Spatial orientation and biomagnetic responses of Katharina tunicata (mollusca : Polyplacophora), in Washington and in California
Lucia Muriel Gutierrez B.
Written in English
|Statement||by Lucia Muriel Gutierrez B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 95 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Spatial orientation and biomagnetic responses of Katharina tunicata (mollusca: Polyplacophora), in Washington and in California in SearchWorks catalog. Lucia Muriel Gutierrez B. has written: 'Spatial orientation and biomagnetic responses of Katharina tunicata (mollusca: Polyplacophora), in Washington and in California' -- subject(s): Chitons.
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has written: 'Spatial orientation and biomagnetic responses of Katharina tunicata (mollusca: Polyplacophora), in Washington. In the current study, four chiton species (Katharina tunicata, Mopalia kennerlyi, Mopalia muscosa and Leptochiton rugatus, n = 24 in each) were subjected to natural and artificially rotated.
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Taphonomic analyses of modern Katharina tunicata and. Comparison of the mitochondrial gene arrangement of the mollusk Katharina tunicata with the sequenced region of the P. architecta mtDNA and the mtDNA of the arthropod Limulus polyphemus. Katharina tunicata is also under threat from the effects of climate change, particularly changes in circulation patterns that could potentially disrupt connectivity between populations (Harley et.
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