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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences - PNAS, ISSN 1091-6490, 2007, Volume 104, Issue 31, pp. 12948 - 12950
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Scientific reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 2020, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 620 - 1
... and biological transport of marine microplastics across the epipelagic and mesopelagic water column c. Anela choy , Bruce H. Robison, tyler o. Gagne , Benjamin erwin, evan... 
Water column | Vertical distribution
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Philosophical transactions. Biological sciences, ISSN 1471-2970, 2017, Volume 372, Issue 1717, pp. 20160069 - 20160069
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Scientific reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 7843 - 9
... transport of marine microplastics across the epipelagic and mesopelagic water column C. Anela Choy 1,5, Bruce H. Robison1, Tyler O. Gagne 2, Benjamin erwin1, Evan Firl2... 
Samplers | Deep sea | Plastic debris | Food chains | Water column | Ecosystems | Vertical distribution | Food webs | Raman spectroscopy
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Proceedings of the Royal Society. B, Biological sciences, ISSN 0962-8452, 11/2012, Volume 279, Issue 1747, pp. 4559 - 4567
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The Biological bulletin (Lancaster), ISSN 1939-8697, 2009, Volume 216, Issue 1, pp. 7 - 22
Visual behaviors are prominent components of intra- and interspecific communication in shallow-water cephalopods. Meso- and bathypelagic cephalopods were... 
Bioluminescence | Predators | Colors | Squid | Ordination | Animal organs | Aircraft maneuvers | Curl | Chromatophores | Neurobiology and Behavior | Cephalopods | MOLLUSCA | PREY | BODY PATTERNING BEHAVIOR | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | LOLIGO-OPALESCENS | CEPHALOPODA | LIGHT | BIOLOGY | SKIN COLOR | ETHOGRAM | IN-SITU OBSERVATIONS | CHROMATOPHORES | Physiological aspects | Research | Animal locomotion | Octopus | Behavior
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by Morris, Claudia R and Mauger, David T and Suh, Jung H and Phipatanakul, Wanda and Sheehan, William J and Moy, James N and Paul, Ian M and Szefler, Stanley J and Jackson, Daniel J and Fitzpatrick, Anne M and Gentile, Deborah and Butler, Erica and Maiolo, Jennifer and Misplay, Sara and Skoner, David and Smith, Glennys and Pongracic, Jacqueline and Robison, Rachel and Flexas, Iliana and Kumar, Rajesh and Makhija, Melanie and Qamar, Nashmia and Szychlinski, Christine and Martinez, Fernando and Morgan, Wayne and Daines, Cori and Daines, Michael and Bloss, Valerie and Brown, Mark and Chee, Katherine and David, Sarah and Ehrman, Clara S and Ezmigna, Dima and Goodwin, Jamie and Grad, Roni and Hiranratta, Anunya and Lopez, Silvia and Paco, Andrea and Priefert, Janette and Provencio, Natalie S and Ryan, Elizabeth and Varela, Monica and Vasquez, Monica and Weese, Rosemary and Wences, Jesus and Benson, Mindy and Morris, Claudia and Suh, Jung and Marbin, Jyothi and Decker, Jason and Harrison, Keonna and Long, Dayna and Meade, Kelley and Mok, Robert and Nelson-Purdy, Cindy and Ren, Dennis and Stessel, Hollie and Phipatanakul, Wanda and Sheehan, William and Gaffin, Jonathan and Baxi, Sachin and Bartnikas, Lisa and Bouzaher, Alisha and Burke, Christopher and Cavanaugh, Matthew and Chen, Julia and Cunningham, Elizabeth and Cunningham, Amparito and Friedlander, James and Hindi, Enal and Kantor, David and Kopel, Lianne and Permaul, Perdita and Rao, Deviko and Rossi, Melinda and Schierembergg, Doris and Schneider, Lynda and Troung, Jennifer and Umetsu, Dale and Zhou, Joseph and Israel, Elliot and Szefler, Stanley and Holguin, Fernando and Aujla, Shean and Broyles, John and Chong, Hey and Dubin, Patricia and Finder, Jonathan and Green, Todd and Holt, Lori and Kufen, Adam and Kurland, Geoffrey and Lanzo, Rose and Nash, David and Parente, Julianne and Smith, Catherine and Spahr, Jonathan and Weiner, Daniel and Fitzpatrick, Anne and Beaty, Timothy and ... and National Institutes of Health/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute AsthmaNet and AsthmaNet and Natl Heart Lung Blood Inst and Natl Inst Hlth
The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, ISSN 0091-6749, 07/2018, Volume 142, Issue 1, pp. 308 - 311.e9
Because this study evaluated young children with mild persistent asthma only, associations in older children or in children with more severe asthma remain... 
ALLERGY | MOUSE MODEL | LUNGS | RECEPTOR | INNATE LYMPHOID-CELLS | SKIN | IMMUNOLOGY | PSORIASIS | PLASTICITY | CHILDREN | Enzymes | Arginine | Analgesics | Acetaminophen | Nitric oxide | Biomarkers | Smooth muscle | Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs | Bioavailability | Polyamines | Asthma | Glutathione | Ornithine | Asthma in children | Asthma exacerbations
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 12/2005, Volume 438, Issue 7070, pp. 929 - 929
Gonatus onyx is one of the most abundant cephalopods in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans and is an important prey species for a variety of vertebrate predators,... 
LIFE-HISTORY | ENERGY | GONATUS-ONYX CEPHALOPODA | TEUTHOIDEA | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Animals | Decapodiformes - physiology | Time Factors | Ovum - growth & development | Reproduction - physiology | Female | Zygote - growth & development
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Behaviour, ISSN 0005-7959, 2015, Volume 152, Issue 14, pp. 1911 - 1932
Many cephalopods can rapidly change their external appearance to produce multiple body patterns. Body patterns are composed of various components, which can... 
Section on Cephalopod Behaviour | CUTTLEFISH SEPIA-OFFICINALIS | JUMBO SQUID | ethogram | cephalopod | METABOLIC SUPPRESSION | habitat complexity | CEPHALOPODA | VISUAL-PERCEPTION | CAMOUFLAGE | pelagic body pattern | ZOOLOGY | BODY PATTERNING BEHAVIOR | Humboldt squid | DEEP-SEA | BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES | behaviour | BIOLUMINESCENCE | IN-SITU
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Copeia, ISSN 0045-8511, 2008, Volume 2008, Issue 4, pp. 780 - 784
.../cope/2008/00458511-2008.4/cover.jpg Bruce H. Robison and Kim R. Reisenbichler (2008) Macropinna microstoma and the Paradox of Its Tubular Eyes. Copeia: Vol. 2008... 
Animal fins | Lockets | Eyes | Marine fishes | Specimens | Fish | Pectorals | Paradoxes | Visual fields | Vehicles | FISHES | ZOOLOGY | MESOPELAGIC ANIMALS | LENSES | PIGMENTATION | DEEP-SEA | Comparative studies | Anatomy & physiology | Research methodology | Mouth
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