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Survival time of oysters after burial at various temperatures
Dunnington Jr., E.A. (1968). Survival time of oysters after burial at various temperatures. Proceedings of the National Shellfisheries Association 58: 101-103
In: Proceedings of the National Shellfisheries Association. Economy Printing Co. Inc.: Easton MD. ISSN 0077-5711, more

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Keywords
    Oysters; Marine

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  • Dunnington Jr., E.A.

Abstract
    Experimental burials of oysters were made 3 inches deep in containers of soil held in running sea water at five temperature ranges from less than 5°C to over 25°C. Survival time varied from 2 days in summer to 5 weeks in winter, showing a direct relationship to temperature.

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