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E. Biological Oceanography
Environ. Pollut., (A)37(4):311-322. Res. Inst. for Nature Mgmt., P.O. Box 59, Texel, Netherlands. 85:5273 Lee, S.H. and K.W. Lee, 1984. Heavy metals in mussels in the Korean coastal waters. J. oceanoL Soc. Korea, 19(2):111-117. KORDI, P.O. Box 131, Dongdaemun, Seoul, Korea.
85:5274 Omkar, and G.S. Shulda, 1985. Toxicity of insectiddes to Macrobrac/ffum /aman~i (H. Miine Edwards) (Decapode, Palaemonldae). Crustaceana, 48(1):1-5. Dept. of Zool., Univ. of Gorakhpur, Gorakhpur-273001, India.
85:5275 Phillips, D.J.H., 1985. Organochlorines and trace metals in green.-lipped mussels Perna v/r/d/s from Hong Kong waters: a test of Indicator abmty. Mar. Eeol.-Prog. Ser., 21(3):251-258. EPA, Empire Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
85:5276 Rasmussen, L.P.D., E. Hage and O. Karlog, 1985. Light and electron microscopic studies of the acute and long-term toxic effects of N--nitresedipropylamine and N-methyinltrosurea on the marine mussel Mytilns edulis, Mar. Biol~ 85(1): 55-65. Inst. of Biol., Odense Univ., Campusvej 55, DK-5230 Odense M, Denmark.
85:5277 Sandier, Henrik, 1984. Zinc and copper concentrations in benthic invertebrates considered In relation to concentrations in sediments and water in the Bothnlan Sea (northern Baltic). Finn. mar. Res~ 250:19-32. Inst. of Mar. Res., P.O. Box 33, SF-00931 Helsinki 93, Finland.
85:5278 Talbot, V., 1985. Relationship between cadmium concentrations in seawater and those in the mussel Mytllus edulls. Mar. Biol., 85(1):51-54. 11 Coronation St., North Perth, WA 6006, Australia.
E340. Aquaculture (commercial) 85:5279 Kwon, W.-S. and Y.-I. Won, 1985. Growth of transplanted seed oyster of Japanese strain (~trea g/gas) near Chungmu [Korea]. Bull. Tong-Yeong Fish. Jr. Coll., 20: I-7. (In Korean,
English abstract.) Tong-yeong Chungmu 603, Korea.
85:5280 Weidner, D.M., 1985. A view of the Latin American shrimp culture industry. Part I. Aquaculture Mag., 11(2):16-24. Weidner is Foreign Affairs Officer, Branch of Foreign Fish. Analysis, U.S. Natl. Mar. Fish. Serv.
E410. Miscellaneous 85:5281 Fall, Ray and R.C. Schnell, 1985. Association of an ico-nudeating pseudomonad with cultures of the marine dinoflageHate, Hetemcapsa ~ei. J. mar. Res~ 43(1):257-265.
An ice nucleation-active (INA) bacterial strain (FB 1032), isolated from cultures of H. niei., is halotolerant and phenotypieally similar to Pseudomonas fluorescens biotype G, although it differs in its bacteriophage sensitivity and expression of the INA phenotype. A search for the INA pseudomonad in seawater at La Jolla, California, was unsuccessful, but several INA Erwinia sp. were isolated. The possible terrestrial origin of these INA bacteria is suggested. Chem. Dept., Box 215, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309, USA.
85:5282 Singh, B.R., A.P. Mishra and Indrajit Singh, 1984. Development of the air breathing organ in the mud ~ I , Amph/pnons ¢uch/a (Ham.). Zoologischer Anz~ 213(5-6):395-407.
The mud-eel (Amphipnous cuehia) is a freshwater amphibious fish which lives in rivers, lakes and ditches in India, and regularly gulps air. Two types of air-breathing organs are present: a pair of 'lung-like air sacs' and the vascularized epithelium of the bucco-pharynx. The latter organ is used for breathing both water and air. The embryology of both organs is discussed. Dept. of Zool., Bihar Univ., Muzaffarpur, India. (mjj)