(full paper is archived in the Miller Library)
Title: Effect of temperature and salinity on the oxygen consumption of the chiton, Mopalia lignosa
Student Author(s): Lebsack, Cynthia Sue
Faculty Advisor(s): Harrold, Chris
Location: Final Papers Biology 175H
Date: June 1974
Abstract: 1. Mopalia lignosa respire at a higher rate as the temperature increases. 2. Deviation in salinity from normal sea water causes a decrease in respiratory rate. 3. At low, but not higher temperatures, the Q10 increases with salinity.
Notes: Publ 1975, Veliger 18 (Suppl):