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The Use of the Radioisotope, Zinc 65, in a Preliminary Study of Population Movements of the Estuarine Isopod, Cyathura Polita (Stimpson, 1855) 1)

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[Des Cyathura ont été marqués au zinc-65 et replacés dans leur habitat naturel à Pocasset River, Massachusetts. Un an plus tard, des Cyathura polita, repris près du lieu de dépôt, étaient encore radioactifs, mais les animaux s'étaient déplacés de moins de 170 cm., Des Cyathura ont été marqués au zinc-65 et replacés dans leur habitat naturel à Pocasset River, Massachusetts. Un an plus tard, des Cyathura polita, repris près du lieu de dépôt, étaient encore radioactifs, mais les animaux s'étaient déplacés de moins de 170 cm.]

Affiliations: 1: Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia; 2: University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas; 3: University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas, U.S.A.

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2016-09-25

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