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Advances in Marine Biology has been supplying in-depth and up to date stories on all elements of Marine Biology considering 1963. quantity forty five is a cumulative topic and taxonomic index quantity, supplying a prepared advisor to all study coated in volumes 20 - forty four of the sequence, together with either eclectic and thematic volumes that study a selected box intimately, similar to 'The Biochemical Ecology of Marine Fishes' and 'Molluscan Radiation'. * sequence Encompasses forty Years of insurance. * Cumulative topic and Taxonomic index for sequence Volumes 20- forty four

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Advances in Marine Biology: Cumulative Subject Index Volumes 20-44

Advances in Marine Biology has been delivering in-depth and updated stories on all facets of Marine Biology because 1963. quantity forty five is a cumulative topic and taxonomic index quantity, delivering a prepared advisor to all examine lined in volumes 20 - forty four of the sequence, together with either eclectic and thematic volumes that research a selected box intimately, equivalent to 'The Biochemical Ecology of Marine Fishes' and 'Molluscan Radiation'.

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Wetland area 34: 144 water exchange characteristics 34: 135 data 34: 135– 139 variables 34: 136 yield 34: 80 – 82, 80, 110, 122, 131–133, 138 and anthropogenic characteristics 34: 135 and latitude 34: 119 data 34: 179– 183 distribution 34: 123 per unit area according to tidal prism (TF) 34: 138 per unit area as function of fishing pressure 34: 145 records 34: 117, 118 vs. latitude 34: 125 vs. mean nitrite– nitrogen concentration 34: 142 vs. minimum salinity 34: 141 vs. minimum temperature 34: 141 vs.

Borealis 38: 211, 212 Brevetoxins 31: 313 Bridgwater Bay 29: 240, 243 Brightness, as zeitgeber 26: 123, 124 Brightness, predation 25: 15 Brine see also salinity channels 43: 176, 177, 178, 179, 181,182 and trophic processes 43: 198, 205, 206, 208 exclusions/pores 43: 176 frequency distribution 43: 182 gas concentrations 43: 191, 200, 202 release 43: 177 Bristol Channel 29: 218 sole, adults 29: 247, 266, 290 sole, juveniles 29: 237, 238, 239, 240, 240, 243 Bristol Channel, sole 29: 216– 219, 348– 352 see Adults, Eggs, Exploitation, Harvesting, Juveniles, Larvae, Mortality rate, Reproduction, Stock classification and identification 29: 219, 220 description and movements 29: 221, 223 currents 29: 227– 229, 228 depth and geomorphology 29: 223, 224, 223 salinity 29: 226, 227 temperature 29: 224, 225 description and related genera 29: 220, 221, 222 feeding 29: 251–254 future 29: 348– 350 length at age 29: 255– 262, 257, 258, 259 size and growth 29: 254, 255 weight 29: 262– 266, 264, 265 Britain 42: 26, 32, 37 British Columbia 20: 240– 243 British Columbian waters, pollock in 37: 209, 210, 213, 214, 227 Brixham 29: 324– 326, 330, 333 Broadcast fertilization, crustaceans 29: 130, 195 Broadcast spawning species of invertebrates, fecundity of 43: 89, 92, 93, 118, 129, 140 quantification methodologies 43: 100– 109 chemically induced 43: 101, 103, 104 dissection of ovaries 43: 95, 105, 106, 151 CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEXES FOR VOLUMES 20–44 environmental shocks 43: 101– 103, 102 histology 43: 106– 109, 108 non-destructive weight 43: 95, 104, 105 Broadcaster copepods 44: 10, 16, 41, 42, 51 Broken Spur site, MAR 32: 79, 80, 100– 102, 126– 129 Broken Spur vent fields 35: 88, 89 Bromate toxicity and bivalves 37: 96, 102 bromine 41: 12, 120 Bromoaplysiatoxin 21: 89 Bromophenol blue staining, crustaceans 29: 136 Brood size 33: 272– 274, 275, 276, 276– 281, 281 seasonal variation 33: 281, 282, 371 Brood survival 20: 42 Brooding species of invertebrates, fecundity of 43: 89, 92, 114, 115, 130, 131 quantification methodologies 43: 93 – 100, 94 Broodstock management of fish 26: 96 – 103 and hormonal treatment 26: 102, 103 and induced spawning 26: 102, 103 and nutrition 26: 97 – 102, 98, 99 of Atlantic halibut 26: 54, 55 Broodstock/spawners, bivalve and bioassay methodology 37: 45, 46 availability and gamete production 37: 134, 135 conditioning of 37: 25 –27 Brook trout 36: 9, 136 Brotula 36: 46 Brown bullhead 36: 9 Brown rockfish 36: 12 Brown tides 31: 309, 361 Brown trout 36: 9, 23 Brownian motion, phytoplankton 29: 37 Bru¨nnick’s guillemot 20: 228 Brunt-V€aisal€a oscillation 23: 204– 206 Bryozoans 21: 141 B-sclerotization, crustaceans 29: 187 Buccal cavity 33: 39 Buccinacea 25: 186 Buchan herring 20: 16, 17, 19, 127 Buchan spawning area 26: 252 Budget, substance and energy 36: 196– 199 Bulla 20: 118, 119, 146, 150– 152 Bulla system 20: 147–152, 155 29 Bulletin Statistique des Peˆches Maritime 29: 328 Bullhead 36: 9, 19 Bullia digitalis burrowing performance 28: 413– 418 adaptations 28: 418– 421 comparisons 28: 421, 422, 425 mechanism 28: 404– 407 burrowing, evolution 28: 422– 426 classification 28: 392 comparisons with Donax 28: 390, 421, 422 digging cycles 28: 405 locomotion, comparisons 28: 417 structure 28: 395– 403 foot 28: 394, 395– 401 shell shape 28: 401– 403 Buoyancy 36: 44 – 47 Actinomyxidea 25: 146, 158 Cephalopoda 25: 87 of Atlantic fishes 24: 333, 334, 376 of siphonophores 24: 185, 186, 193– 199 and distribution 24: 163, 164 Calycophora 24: 199 Cystonectae 24: 193, 194 Physonectae 24: 194– 199 Buoyancy control, phytoplankton 29: 9 Buoyancy in fish eggs 26: 76, 77 and feed quality 26: 98, 99 Burma 41: 137 Burned otolith technique 29: 296 Burrowing 27: 34, 35, 37, 187, 223, 333, 334 defence 27: 375 temperature 27: 350 Burrowing behavior of Scaphopoda 42: 162, 163 burrowing by sea cucumber, daily cycle of 41: 176– 181, 179 Burrowing Rate Index (BRI) 30: 103 Burrowing, Donax and Bullia 25: 180, 181, 182, 184, 187, 188, 196, 197, 235, 236, 237 see also Locomotion oxygen consumption 25: 213, 217, 218, 219, 224 ‘Burst’ of activity 36: 66, 68, 69, 70 Burst swimming 20: 90, 187 burying behaviour in sole 38: 34 –35 Butterfish 36: 190 Buzzards Bay (Massachusetts) 42: 31, 32 13 C 24: 430 30 CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEXES FOR VOLUMES 20–44 Cadmium toxicity and bivalves 37: 45, 66, 67 tests 37: 87, 88, 90 –95, 116 cadmium 41: 72 – 77, 120 biological availability and uptake 41: 26, 27, 28, 29, 31 impact on primary production 41: 13, 14, 23, 74 – 77, 75 cycling ratio 41: 84, 85, 86 distribution in oceans 41: 72 – 74, 73, 75, 76, 126, 127 functions and properties 41: 16, 17 indices of fractionation 41: 81, 82 inputs to system 41: 123 interactions 41: 34, 35, 37, 126, 127 Cadmium, Donax and Bullia 25: 224 Cages, exclusion, design 23: 112 Calanoid copepods parasites of 25: 148 predators 25: 8 Calanoid copepods, life-history 44: 297 Calanoidea 29: 131, 174, 175, 178– 181 Calanus euxinus, vertical distribution of biomass 32: 41 Calanus hyperboreus Arctic basin 32: 19– 22 North Atlantic 32: 22, 23, 24, 25 Calanus in match/mismatch hypothesis 26: 272, 274, 275, 276, 280, 281 Calcarsaponin 21: 154 calcium 41: 11, 12, 84, 120, 186 Calcium hypochlorite, Donax and Bullia 25: 224 Calcium uptake of bivalve larvae 37: 69, 70, 94 Calcium, bivalve molluscs concentration under stress 22: 151 in response to salinity 22: 138, 139, 141 mitochondrial respiration and 22: 176– 179 reabsorption from shell 22: 156– 162 Calcium, crustaceans 29: 137, 139, 160, 168, 186 California anchovy 36: 48 California Current fisheries 39: 270, 271, 277, 266, 275 California sardine 36: 55 California, Gulf of hydrothermal ecosystems 32: 80 oxygen minimum layer 32: 45 – 48 Californian anchovy 20: 8 Californian current 20: 167, 243– 247 Californian sardine 20: 4, 5, 8, 35, 64, 131, 144 feeding of 20: 35 larva 20: 32 oxygen uptake in 20: 64 spawning in 20: 8, 22 Caloric density 33: 250 Calorie intake see Food Cambrian Pleurotomarioidean gastropods 42: 237, 238, 239, 242 Protobranch bivalves 42: 3, 41, 42, 44 Camouflage, siphonophore 24: 202 Canada 42: 272 Canada, coastal areas of 43: 11, 50, 145 Canada, halibut fisheries in 26: 43, 45, 46, 48, 49 Canada, Pandalus borealis stock limitation in 38: 207 Canary Islands 42: 39 Canberra – Metric measures in benthic studies 26: 215, 216 Candaciidae 44: 72 Cannibalism 20: 26, 54 –56, 170; 25: 3, 48, 49, 50, 59, 64; 33: 159; 38: 7, 21, 37 MacCall’s model of 20: 170 northern anchovy 25: 14, 15, 16, 18, 25, 30, 40, 48, 61 Cannibalism of pollock 37: 185, 202, 203 Canonical correlation in benthic studies 26: 230, 231 Canonical discriminant analysis use in hybridization 31: 7 Canonical variate analysis, see Multiple discriminant analysis Capacitation, crustaceans 29: 183 Cape cormorant 20: 247, 248, 252 Cape gannet 20: 60, 248, 252, 259 Cape of Good Hope, sole 29: 217 Cape Thompson 20: 226, 227 Capelin 36: 17, 152, 246 and Atlantic halibut 26: 33 in match/mismatch hypothesis 26: 257, 272 vertical migration of 26: 121, 130 Captacula of Scaphopoda 42: 164– 168, 166, 168, 192 capture of trace metals by phytoplankton 41: 28 – 32, 29 Capture, predation 25: 12, 16 – 22, 17, 18, 20 Carangidae as predators 27: 362 CUMULATIVE SUBJECT INDEXES FOR VOLUMES 20–44 carapace 38: 60 Carassius sp 36: 36 Carbohydrase, Donax and Bullia 25: 192 Carbohydrate content 33: 248 Carbohydrates and glycogen 36: 5, 41, 56, 222, 230 adaptation strategies 36: 68, 72, 73, 74, 86 indicators of fish condition 36: 216, 217 interannual fluctuations 36: 119– 123 life cycles 36: 90, 93, 126, 136 substance and energy 36: 170, 179, 180, 181 Carbohydrates, crustaceans 29: 137, 143, 144, 178, 189 Carbon 41: 12, 40, 42, 46, 120 and community structure 41: 90 biochemical function 41: 11, 12 cycling ratio 41: 85, 86 dissolved organic-315 fixing bacteria 23: 325, 326 interactions with trace metals 41: 57, 67, 71, 83 internal economy and near-field chemistry 41: 85, 86, 87, 88 particulate organic-315 Carbon content 33: 236–240, 238, 239; 44: 33, 34 carbon –nitrogen ratio 33: 242 Carbon dioxide oversaturation 36: 43 Carbon in Antarctic assimilation 43: 199, 200 consumption 43: 205 depletion 43: 200 isotopes 43: 234 sequestration 43: 197 Carbon, plankton 29: 31, 32, 35, 83, 101, 103 Baltic Sea 29: 104, 107, 108, 109, 110, 110, 114, 115– 117, 119 Carboniferous 42: 217 Cardiff 29: 325– 328, 330 Cardiotoxins 21: 68 Caribbean area see also Gulf of Mexico Pleurotomarioidean gastropods 42: 272, 273, 274, 276, 277 Protobranch bivalves 42: 3, 35, 37 Caribbean corals, stress histopathology 22: 48, 49 loss of zooxanthellae 22: 30, 31T metabolism 22: 28 mucus production 22: 40T sediment shedding 22: 44T 31 Caribbean Sea, abyssal fauna distribution 32: 359, 360 Caribbean: pigmentation in coral reef organisms 43: 282, 285, 289 Caridea, features 27: 58 Caridean sp.

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