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Recruitment of Atlantic croaker, Micropogonias undulatus: Do postsettlement processes disrupt or reinforce initial patterns of settlement?
Understanding the relative importance of pre- and postsettlement processes is critical to understanding the population dynamics of marine fishes. Our goals in this study were 1) to examine habitat preference and habitat ...
Incorporation of brown tide into an estuarine food web
In Laguna Madre, Texas, USA, a monospecific brown tide bloom began in January 1990 and was still persisting at the time of this writing. Immediately following the start of the bloom, abundance, biomass and diversity of ...
Folding patterns of immunoglobulin molecules identified by urea gradient electrophoresis.
(ASBMB , 1994)
The reversible denaturant-induced unfolding of immunoglobulin molecules has been analyzed by transverse urea gradient gel electrophoresis and the effects that urea-induced unfolding exerts on the functional properties ...
Dwarf surfclam Mulinia lateralis (Say, 1822) populations and feeding during the Texas brown tide event
(National Shellfisheries Association, 1993)
In 1990, there was an unusual brown tide bloom of an aberrant Chrysophyte sp, in Baffin Bay and Laguna Madre near Corpus Christi, Texas. Coincident with the bloom was a dramatic loss of shellfish in Baffin Bay and Laguna ...