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|title=Wieser W, Ott J, Schiemer F, Gnaiger E (1974) An ecophysiological study of some meiofauna species inhabiting a sandy beach at Bermuda. Mar Biol 26: 235-48.  
|title=Wieser W, Ott J, Schiemer F, Gnaiger E (1974) An ecophysiological study of some meiofauna species inhabiting a sandy beach at Bermuda. Mar Biol 26:235-48.
|info=[http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00389254 Springer]
|info=[http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00389254 Springer]
|authors=Wieser W, Ott J, Schiemer F, Gnaiger E
|authors=Wieser W, Ott J, Schiemer F, Gnaiger Erich
|year=1974
|year=1974
|journal=Mar Biol
|journal=Mar Biol
|abstract=The dominant nematode and harpacticoid species inhabiting a sheltered beach at Bermuda were characterized by their vertical Distribution in the Sediment, by their tolerance of high temperature under oxic and anoxic conditions and by their tolerance of extreme pH-values. In 4 species of nematodes the respiratory rate proved to be inversely proportional to the depth at which the species occurs, and directly proportional to the size of the buccal cavity. One species, the nematode ''Paramonhystera'' n.sp. is more temperature resistant at zero or near zero ''p''<sub>O2</sub> than at atmospheric oxygen pressure; it is the first marine metazoan in which it can be shown that a specific biological process is favourably affected by anoxic conditions if compared with the situation at normal ''p''<sub>O2</sub>.
|abstract=The dominant nematode and harpacticoid species inhabiting a sheltered beach at Bermuda were characterized by their vertical distribution in the sediment, by their tolerance of high temperature under oxic and anoxic conditions and by their tolerance of extreme pH-values. In four species of nematodes the respiratory rate proved to be inversely proportional to the depth at which the species occurs, and directly proportional to the size of the buccal cavity. One species, the nematode ''Paramonhystera'' n.sp. is more temperature resistant at zero or near zero ''p''<sub>O<sub>2</sub></sub> than at atmospheric oxygen pressure; it is the first marine metazoan in which it can be shown that a specific biological process is favourably affected by anoxic conditions if compared with the situation at normal ''p''<sub>O<sub>2</sub></sub>.
|mipnetlab=AT Innsbruck Gnaiger E
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::: '''See also'''
::::* Gnaiger E, Gluth G, Wieser W (1978) pH fluctuation in an intertidal beach in Bermuda. Limnol Oceanogr 23:851-7. - [[Gnaiger_1978_Limnol_Oceanogr |»Bioblast link«]]
== Cited by ==
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{{Labeling
{{Labeling
|area=Respiration, Comparative MiP;environmental MiP
|area=Respiration, Comparative MiP;environmental MiP
|taxonomic group=Crustaceans, Nematodes
|injuries=Ischemia-reperfusion
|injuries=Hypoxia
|organism=Crustaceans, Nematodes
|topics=pH, Temperature
|topics=pH, Temperature
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Wieser W, Ott J, Schiemer F, Gnaiger E (1974) An ecophysiological study of some meiofauna species inhabiting a sandy beach at Bermuda. Mar Biol 26:235-48.

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Wieser W, Ott J, Schiemer F, Gnaiger Erich (1974) Mar Biol

Abstract: The dominant nematode and harpacticoid species inhabiting a sheltered beach at Bermuda were characterized by their vertical distribution in the sediment, by their tolerance of high temperature under oxic and anoxic conditions and by their tolerance of extreme pH-values. In four species of nematodes the respiratory rate proved to be inversely proportional to the depth at which the species occurs, and directly proportional to the size of the buccal cavity. One species, the nematode Paramonhystera n.sp. is more temperature resistant at zero or near zero pO2 than at atmospheric oxygen pressure; it is the first marine metazoan in which it can be shown that a specific biological process is favourably affected by anoxic conditions if compared with the situation at normal pO2.


O2k-Network Lab: AT Innsbruck Gnaiger E

Science and adventure
See also
  • Gnaiger E, Gluth G, Wieser W (1978) pH fluctuation in an intertidal beach in Bermuda. Limnol Oceanogr 23:851-7. - »Bioblast link«

Cited by

Gnaiger 2021 Bioenerg Commun


Gnaiger E (2021) Beyond counting papers – a mission and vision for scientific publication. Bioenerg Commun 2021.5. https://doi:10.26124/BEC:2021-0005


Labels: MiParea: Respiration, Comparative MiP;environmental MiP 

Stress:Ischemia-reperfusion  Organism: Crustaceans, Nematodes 


Regulation: pH, Temperature 



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