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Selective predation in a polyphagous invertebrate predator, Pardosa vancouveri (Arachnida, Araneae)
(Simon Fraser University, 1979)
Selective predation (i.e., non-random feeding) was studied in a laboratory system that allowed individual lycosid spiders, Pardosa vancouveri. to feed on prey populations consisting of one or two kinds of insects. Various ...
Zonal rotor study of the subcellular distribution of acyl-CoA synthetases, carnitine acyl transferases and phosphatidate phosphatase in the guinea-pig small intestine.
(European Journal of Cell Biology, 1979)
Homogenates made from the mucosa of the guinea pig small intestine were fractionated in a zonal rotor by rate and isopycnic centrifugation in sucrose gradients. Density perturbation of endoplasmic reticulum vesicles was ...
Intestinal peroxisomes of goldfish (Carrassius auratus) - examination for hydrolase, dehydrogenase and carnitine acetyltransferase activities.
(Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 1979)
1. Rate sedimentation and isopycnic centrifugation were used to analyse the subcellular sites of enzymes in homogenates of goldfish intestinal mucosa. 2. The results allowed the following allocations to be made: carnitine ...