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Studies On Rhythmical Behaviour in Crustacea. I. Persistent Locomotor Activity in Juvenile Carcinus Maenas (L.) and in Ligia Oceanica (L.)

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1. Ein 24-stündiger Rhythmus und eine Gezeitenrhythmus der Fortbewegungstätigkeit wird für junge Carcinus maenas (L.) beschrieben. Diese Rhythmen halten bei konstanten Bedingungen bis zu vier Tage an. 2. Bei Ligia oceanica (L.) zeigt sich ein Rhythmus nur während der Nacht. Diese Assel ist nur bei Dunkelheit aktiv.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Trinity College, Dublin, Eire


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