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Acid-base regulation, metabolism and energetics in sipunculus nudus as a function of ambient carbon dioxide level

The Journal of Experimental Biology

Feb 12, 1998

H O Pörtner n

PMID: 9390935

Abstract

Changes in the rates of oxygen consumption and ammonium excretion, in intra- and extracellular acid-base status and in the rate of H+-equivalent ion transfer between animals and ambient water were measured during environmental hypercapnia in the peanut worm Sipunculus nudus. During expo...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Extracellular
Protoplasm
Extracellular Space
Catabolic Process
Hypercapnia
Body Excretions
Metabolic Pathway
Arginine
Excretory Function
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Acid-base regulation, metabolism and energetics in sipunculus nudus as a function of ambient carbon dioxide level

The Journal of Experimental Biology

Feb 12, 1998

H O Pörtner n

PMID: 9390935

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Abstract

Changes in the rates of oxygen consumption and ammonium excretion, in intra- and extracellular acid-base status and in the rate of H+-equivalent ion transfer between animals and ambient water were measured during environmental hypercapnia in the peanut worm Sipunculus nudus. During expo...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Metabolic Process, Cellular
Extracellular
Protoplasm
Extracellular Space
Catabolic Process
Hypercapnia
Body Excretions
Metabolic Pathway
Arginine
Excretory Function

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