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Oxidative Activity of Mammalian Liver Mitochondria as a Function of Temperature

Naturevolume 212pages428429 (1966) | Download Citation

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ELSEWHERE Newell and Northcroft1 have reported that short term changes in environmental temperature had little effect on the rate of oxygen consumption at rest by a variety of marine invertebrates.

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    Newell, R. C., and Northcroft, H. R., J. Zool., Lond. (in the press).

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  1. Department of Zoology, Queen Mary College, University of London

    • R. C. NEWELL
    •  & M. WALKEY

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