Pacific Science Volume 24, Number 2, 1970

 

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  • Dix, Trevor G (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    Field and laboratory observations suggest that the covering response of Evechinus chloroticus is not significantly related to light avoidance. A positive response of the podia to contact stimuli elicits covering .which ...
  • Phillips, Ronald C; Fleenor, Bill (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    Hood Canal is a fjord (Kollmeyer, 1965) connected to Puget Sound (Fig. 1) . Water in the canal was reported as highly stratified owing to a large volume of freshwater runoff from the Olympic Mountains (Kollmeyer, 1965). ...
  • Seki, Humitake (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    Microbiological investigations were made in the North Pacific subarctic water during spring of 1969. Total bacteria, heterotrophic bacteria, yeasts, and glucose uptake by microorganisms were measured in the euphotic zone. ...
  • Allen, JA; Turner, JF (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    The morphology of the shell and soft parts of Fimbria fimbriata is described and compared with that of other members of the Lucinacea. Particular attention is given to the ligament and hinge of the shell, and to the ...
  • Tomich, P Quentin (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    The setting for a 10-year study of the ecology of the plague organism is described. Four rodents, Mus musculas, Rattus exulans, R. rattus and R. norvegicus, were investigated during 1959-64 by the mark-and-release method, ...
  • Powers, Dennis (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    Sixty characters were measured and used in multivariate statistical programs to study the systematics of 20 species of Hawaiian corals. Correlation and distance phenograms and a computer-generated, three-dimensional model ...
  • Marcus, Ernst; Marcus, Eveline (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    Twenty-four species of opisthobranchs are listed from the southern tropical Pacific Ocean, from Fiji and the Ellice Islands eastward to the Tuamotus. Two new genera are described: Pleurebdera (Pleurobranchidae; type ...
  • Goos, RD (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    The order Phallales, as outlined by Cunningham (1942) and Zeller (1949), contains three families and approximately 20 genera of fleshy basidiomycetes, which, because of their usually stalked fruiting bodies and foetid ...
  • St. John, Harold (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    The genus Schiedea was described in 1826 by Chamisso and Schlechtendal, based upon the single species S. ligustrina. Successive botanists made new discoveries in, and added more species to, the genus. Lastly, Sherff ...
  • Rao, AN; Lee, YK (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    The pollen flora of Singapore and Malaya has been studied very little despite the wealth of the lush tropical vegetation. In well-known works on pollen morphology (Wodehouse, 1935; Erdtman, 1952) few of the indigenous plants ...
  • Mathewson, Christopher C (University of Hawai'i Press, 1970-04)
    The north insular shelf of Molokai is a smooth plain, gently dipping seaward, with three slight steps, one occurring between the 30- and 60-foot isobaths, one between the 150- and 180-foot isobaths, and one near the ...

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