Bluegill sunfish, Lepomia macrochirus, and cutthroat trout,
Salmo clarki, were exposed to a rapidly declining oxygen tension
for a period of time sufficient to just cause loss of equilibrium in
the fish. During recovery from the stress, measurements of
oxygen uptake, blood lactic acid, blood glucose, liver glycogen,
The radiorespirometric method was used to study the catabolism
of glucose in intermolt crayfish. Rapid and extensive conversion
of C-3(4) of glucose to C¹⁴O₂ indicated that a significant
portion of the administered glucose was routed into the glycolysis-
Krebs cycle sequence. High yields of C-6 of glucose in the respiratory...
Weight-specific oxygen consumption of intact bluegill sunfish
was estimated in relation to body weight and temperature by the
sealed jar method. The relationship between body weight and weight-specific oxygen consumption was represented by the equation: Y = aX[superscript b]⁻¹ in which Y is the weight-specific oxygen consumption, expressed
The question of deep time has been widely debated in the field of American Literature, with scholar Wai Chee Dimock arguing that a deep time perspective puts the chronology of different nations against one another. However, this argument has not adequately addressed the issue of how deep time theories would...