Skip to main content

The Biological Bulletin

Editor-in-Chief: Kenneth M. Halanych, The University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Published in association with the Marine Biological Laboratory

Volume 164,Number 1|February 1983

  • Journal Articles

    No Access

    COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF THE TUNICATE TADPOLE, CIONA INTESTINALIS

    • MICHAEL J. KATZ
    pp. 1–27
  • No Access

    ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF THE COELOMIC FLUID OF THE POLYCHAETE, GLYCERA DIBRANCHIATA. I. THE KINETICS OF THE BACTERICIDAL REACTION

    • BENJAMIN M. CHAIN and
    • ROBERT S. ANDERSON
    pp. 28–40
  • No Access

    ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF THE COELOMIC FLUID FROM THE POLYCHAETE, GLYCERA DIBRANCHIATA. II. PARTIAL PURIFICATION AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ACTIVE FACTOR

    • BENJAMIN M. CHAIN and
    • ROBERT S. ANDERSON
    pp. 41–49
  • No Access

    MARGINAL BANDS OF LOBSTER BLOOD CELLS: DISAPPEARANCE ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN CELL MORPHOLOGY

    • WILLIAM D. COHEN,
    • IRIS NEMHAUSER, and
    • MARION F. COHEN
    pp. 50–61
  • No Access

    INHIBITION OF GAMETE MEMBRANE FUSION IN THE SEA URCHIN BY QUERCETIN

    • W. R. ECKBERG and
    • M. E. PEROTTI
    pp. 62–70
  • No Access

    THE CHEMICAL SYSTEMATICS OF COLONIAL MARINE ANIMALS: AN ESTIMATED PHYLOGENY OF THE ORDER GORGONACEA BASED ON TERPENOID CHARACTERS

    • DONALD J. GERHART
    pp. 71–81
  • No Access

    THE ROLE OF THE EYE AND CNS COMPONENTS IN PHOTOTAXIS OF THE ARROW WORM, SAGITTA CRASSA TOKIOKA

    • TAICHIRO GOTO and
    • MASAO YOSHIDA
    pp. 82–92
  • No Access

    THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY ON LARVAL GROWTH OF THE HORSESHOE CRAB LIMULUS POLYPHEMUS

    • ROY LAUGHLIN
    pp. 93–103
  • No Access

    THE INFLUENCE OF INORGANIC IONS AND ACCLIMATION SALINITY ON HEMOCYANIN-OXYGEN BINDING IN THE BLUE CRAB CALLINECTES SAPIDUS

    • RICHARD P. MASON,
    • CHARLOTTE P. MANGUM, and
    • GERALD GODETTE
    pp. 104–123
  • No Access

    α-LACTOSE BINDING HEMAGGLUTININS FROM THE ASCIDIAN PHALLUSIA MAMILLATA (CUV.)

    • NICOLÒ PARRINELLO and
    • CALOGERO CANICATTÌ
    pp. 124–135
  • No Access

    THE FEEDING ECOLOGY OF HYDRA AND POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS IN THE STRUCTURING OF POND ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES

    • STEVEN S. SCHWARTZ,
    • BRENDA J. HANN, and
    • PAUL D. N. HEBERT
    pp. 136–142