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    • Aquatic Animal Bacterial Study 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      Aquatic Animal Medicine. Taking a specimen from a diseased catfish for bacterial study. Left to Right. Jack D. Austen (grad. Student in vet. Microbiology); James E. Zeman (research associate dept. Vet. Microbiology); ...
    • Aquatic Animal Blood Sample Collection 

      College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
      Aquatic Animal Medicine. Drawing blood to study antibody production in catfish. Left to Right. Jack d. Austin-(grad. Student, Dept. Vet. Microbiology). Willie Mae Charanza- (Technician I). Thomas Eurell-(research ...
    • Aquatic Animal Sample Collection 

      Reagan, Ronda
      Tom Bullinton & Bill Wardel (man with beard), are collecting samples from Galveston Bay for disease investigations in the aquatic animal medicine program at Texas A&M.
    • Responses of zebra fish, Brachydanio rerio, to behavior-altering chemicals 

      Steele, Craig William (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1986)
      A new bioassay for assessing the behavioral responses of aquatic animals to chemical stimulants is described. The assay combines an octagonal fluviarium, capable of providing up to eight discrete plumes of treated water, ...
    • Uptake of ¹⁰⁹Cd and ²⁰³Hg from particulates, dissolved medium, and food by Mysidopsis almyra : a marine hypopelagic mysid 

      Schofield, John Scott (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1987)
      Surface biouptake of particulate ¹⁰⁹Cd and ²⁰³Hg by the mysid Mysidopsis almyra was investigated. Uptake from a medium with particulates prepared from a natural marine sediment slurry spiked with ¹⁰⁹Cd and ²⁰³Hg in the ...