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Response of Postlarval Flounders, Paralicthys lethostigma, to Water of Low Oxygen Concentrations
Earl E. Deubler, Jr. and Gerald S. Posner
Vol. 1963, No. 2 (Jun. 14, 1963), pp. 312-317
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1441349
Page Count: 6
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Controlled laboratory experiments indicate that postlarvae of Paralichthys lethostigma exhibit nonrandom withdrawal from water of low oxygen concentrations when values fall below 3.7 ml/l. Although flounder activity increases at higher temperatures (25.3°C), probit analysis indicates no differences in sensitivity to oxygen depletion at temperatures of 6.1°C, 14.4°C, and 25.3°C.