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Biomineralization in coccolithophores.
Marsh ME. Marsh ME. Gravit Space Biol Bull. 1999 May;12(2):5-14. Gravit Space Biol Bull. 1999. PMID: 11541783 Review.
Unicellular marine algae known as coccolithophores are potentially important organisms for the study of gravitational effects on biomineralization. ...
Unicellular marine algae known as coccolithophores are potentially important organisms for the study of gravitational effects on biom …
G-factor as a tool in basic research: mechanisms of orthostatic tolerance.
Convertino VA. Convertino VA. J Gravit Physiol. 1999 Jul;6(1):P73-6. J Gravit Physiol. 1999. PMID: 11543034 Review.
Last year alone, more than 10,000 cases of unexplained syncope were reported in active duty personnel in all U.S. military services. Many clinical investigations have focused on measurements of physiological functions in patients with orthostatic instability in an e …
Last year alone, more than 10,000 cases of unexplained syncope were reported in active duty personnel in all U.S. military ser …
Taking gravity into space.
Burton RR, Meeker LJ. Burton RR, et al. J Gravit Physiol. 1997 Jul;4(2):P17-20. J Gravit Physiol. 1997. PMID: 11540682
Otoliths developed in microgravity.
Wiederhold ML, Harrison JL, Parker K, Nomura H. Wiederhold ML, et al. J Gravit Physiol. 2000 Jul;7(2):P39-42. J Gravit Physiol. 2000. PMID: 12697538
Dense statoconia in the cyst lumen interact with cilia of receptor cells at the bottom of the cyst and action potentials in their axons carry information on direction and magnitude of gravity and linear acceleration. In the marine mollusk, Aplysia californica, larvae reare …
Dense statoconia in the cyst lumen interact with cilia of receptor cells at the bottom of the cyst and action potentials in their axons carr …
Life at body temperatures below 0 degrees C: the physiology and biochemistry of Antarctic fishes.
Sidell BD. Sidell BD. Gravit Space Biol Bull. 2000 Jun;13(2):25-34. Gravit Space Biol Bull. 2000. PMID: 11543278
These unique animals offer opportunities for insight into evolutionary processes leading to physiological and biochemical characteristics that either arise from strong selective pressure or persist through relaxation of selective pressure. After briefly describing the Antarctic …
These unique animals offer opportunities for insight into evolutionary processes leading to physiological and biochemical characteristics th …
Development of gravity-sensing organs in altered gravity conditions: opposite conclusions from an amphibian and a molluscan preparation.
Wiederhold ML, Pedrozo HA, Harrison JL, Hejl R, Gao W. Wiederhold ML, et al. J Gravit Physiol. 1997 Jul;4(2):P51-4. J Gravit Physiol. 1997. PMID: 11540698
Ground experiments examined statocyst, embryonic statolith volume, and statoconia in the post-metamorphic marine mollusk Aplysia californica reared at 1-g and 2-5.7-g. Results indicate that exposure to hypergravity decreased the otolith mass to compensate for increased wei …
Ground experiments examined statocyst, embryonic statolith volume, and statoconia in the post-metamorphic marine mollusk Aplysia cali …
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