Absorption of glucose dissolved in sea water by the postlarvae of the oyster, Crassostrea gigas
|Lawrence, Addison Lee
|Clark, Wallis H., Jr.
|Hazelwood, Robert L.
|Kimball, Aubrey P.
|Schulte, George Joseph
|A tissue accumulation technique was used to study the absorption of a dissolved representative monosaccharide (D-glucose) in sea water by the postlarvae of the oyster, Crassostrea gigas. Evidence was obtained for absorption by an active transport mechanism of dissolved D-glucose from sea water by the oyster postlarvae into the free carbohydrate tissue pool. [...]
|Biology and Biochemistry, Department of
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|Absorption of glucose dissolved in sea water by the postlarvae of the oyster, Crassostrea gigas
|College of Arts and Sciences
|Biology, Department of
|University of Houston
|Master of Science