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Effect of ambient oxygen concentration on activities of enzymatic antioxidant defences and aerobic metabolism in the hydrothermal vent worm, Paralvinella grasslei

Bibliographic reference Marie, Benjamin ; Genard, Bertrand ; Rees, Jean-François ; Zal, Franck. Effect of ambient oxygen concentration on activities of enzymatic antioxidant defences and aerobic metabolism in the hydrothermal vent worm, Paralvinella grasslei. In: Marine Biology : international journal on life in oceans and coastal waters, Vol. 150, no. 2, p. 273-284 (2006)
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