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Lipid Content of the Organs of the Coconut Crab, Birgus Latro (L.) (Decapoda, Paguridea) 1)

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Die Anteile der totalen und neutralen Lipide an den Organen des tropischen Birgus latro wurden gemessen. Beide Anteile waren niedrig in Kiemen und Därmen. In Kopfbrust and Scherenmuskeln war der totale Lipid-Anteil niedrig, der neutrale jedoch hoch. Die totalen und neutralen Lipid-Anteile waren hoch im Hepatopankreas und im Hoden. Offensichtlich besteht kein Zusammenhang zwischen der Umgebungstemperatur und den Lipid-Anteilen in den Organen von B. latro.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 33620, U.S.A.


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