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View Resource Types of Wetlands

Do you think all wetlands are the same? Think again. Each wetland differs due to variations in soils, landscape, climate, water regime and chemistry, vegetation, and human disturbance. Below are...

http://www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/pdf/types.pdf
View Resource Phylogeography and Systematics of Zebra Mussels and Related Species

To further corroborate the approximate validity of dates estimated using the clock of Marko (2002) and COI sequence data, we performed alternative estimations of the age of the basal divergence...

https://mywebspace.wisc.edu/carollee/web/Lee/pdfs/Supplement...
View Resource Transport of Naphthalene in theOyster Ostrea Edulis

In small oysters (Ostrea edulis), transport of naphthalene between tissues is primarily by diffusion and not via the circulatory system. In intact oysters, accumulation in the adductor muscle and...

http://www.springerlink.com/content/mj086575k40ru1p4/
View Resource Use of Two Marine Gastropods, Austrocochlea Constricta and Bembicium Auratum, as Biomonitors of Zinc, Cadmium, and Copper Exposure: Effect of Tissue Distribution, Gender, Reproductive State, and T

This investigation examined the influence of tissue distribution, gender, reproductive state, temporal variation, salinity, and water temperature on zinc, cadmium, and copper tissue concentrations in...

http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.2112/05-0601.1
View Resource Health Care: Biosensors

Years from now, a typical doctor visit might not include dull magazines, pharmacy lines, and saying "Ahh." Instead, a chip implanted in the body will function as a constant on-board doctor, detecting...

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1130635,00.asp
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