By Lesser, Michael P
Advances in Marine Biology has been offering in-depth and up to date reports on all features of marine biology for the reason that 1963--over forty years of remarkable assurance! The sequence is widely known for its first-class experiences and enhancing. Now edited by means of Michael Lesser (University of latest Hampshire, united states) with an the world over well known Editorial Board, the serial publishes in-depth and updated content material on many subject matters that would attract postgraduates and researchers in marine biology, fisheries technological know-how, ecology, zoology, and organic oceanography. Volumes hide all parts of marine technology, either utilized and uncomplicated, a variety of topical components from all components of marine ecology, oceanography, fisheries administration and molecular biology and the total diversity of geographic components from polar seas to tropical coral reefs.
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1997). Fatty acids (FAs), comprising a long hydrocarbon chain bonded with a carboxyl group, constitute the main part of the lipids in marine organisms. , 1997; Reuss and Poulsen, 2002). S. Shin et al. , 2003). , 2006). 2. 1 Fatty acid extraction and gas chromatography analysis Lipids of preweighed samples were extracted by a 2:1 dichloromethane– methanol solvent mixture (v/v), overnight, following a slightly modified method of Bligh and Dyer (1959). 2 of the crude extract’s volume). The organic and aqueous layers were separated by centrifugation.
POM_C, POM at control stations; POM_AR, POM at AR stations; S_C1, sediment at C1 station and S_C2, sediment at C2 station and so on. 7 d13C of epifauna and their potential food sources in Sham Wan. Data are presented in mean Æ SD, n ¼ 3. Average fractionation effect of 1% was used to correct stable isotope shift of a trophic level. POM_AR, POM at AR stations. 6%). 1%). S. Shin et al. 01). 20%). 30%) were significantly higher than those of the control and FCZ stations. Overall, d15N values tended to be higher in the sediment at the AR station.
As such, the IsoSource model (Phillips and Greggs, 2003) was used to estimate the feasible range of the relative contribution of different food sources to the epifauna. All possible combinations of each source contribution (0–100%) were examined in 1% increments. 01%, were considered to be feasible solutions, from which the frequency and range of potential source contributions were determined. The trimmed 1–99th percentile range was reported as the range (minimum to maximum), which was sensitive to small numbers of observations on the tails of the distribution (Phillips and Greggs, 2003).
Advances in Marine Biology by Lesser, Michael P