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Survival and oxygen consumption of Praunus flexuosus and Neomysis integer, and embryonic development of the latter species, in different temperature and chlorinity combinations
Vlasblom, A.G.; Elgershuizen, J.H.B.W. (1977). Survival and oxygen consumption of Praunus flexuosus and Neomysis integer, and embryonic development of the latter species, in different temperature and chlorinity combinations. Neth. J. Sea Res. 11(3-4): 305-315
In: Netherlands Journal of Sea Research. Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ): Groningen; Den Burg. ISSN 0077-7579, more
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  • Vlasblom, A.G.
  • Elgershuizen, J.H.B.W.

Abstract
    Both Neomysis integer and Praunus flexuosus have wide tolerance ranges for salinity. Praunus tolerates higher salinities than Neomysis, though the two species show considerable overlap. Survival of Praunus is more susceptible for high temperature than that of Neomysis. The greater tolerance of Neomysis to low salinity as well as to high temperature make this species physiologically better adapted to habitats in which this combination of environmental factors occurs than Praunus.

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