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Purification and characterization of trypsin from intestinal and pyloric caecal tissues from the silk snapper, Lutjanus vivanus (Cuvier, 1828)
In an effort to better understand the chemical digestion of proteins in the silk snapper, Lutjanus vivanus (Cuvier, 1828), and thereby obtain a deeper understanding of how this fish meets its dietary needs for amino acids ...
Composición de tardígrados en el musgo Caymperes palisotti Schwaegrichen sobre seis forofitos (árboles) en la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez
The influence of the phorophytes (trees) Bucida buceras (ucar), Calophyllum brasiliense (Maria tree), Hymenaea courbaril (locust), Mangifera indica (Mango), Veitchia merrillii (palma Manila) , and Swietenia macrophylla ...
Brioflora sobre taludes del transecto Mayagüez-Maricao (Puerto Rico)
The bryoflora was determined on roadside banks along the transect Mayagüez-Maricao that begins in the municipality of Mayagüez at an elevation of 15 m on highway 108 and culminates in the municipality of Maricao on highway ...
Characterization and detection by In situ gene amplification of marine denitrifying bacteria
Recent studies suggest that the oceanic nitrogen budget is unbalanced, primarily due to a high nitrogen removal in contrast to the fixation rate. This imbalance likely results from denitrification activity in continental ...
Orientation of leatherback turtle hatchlings, Dermochelys coriacea (Vandelli, 1961), at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge, US Virgin Islands
Leatherback hatchling orientation was assessed for the first time at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge (SPNWR), US Virgin Islands. The median angle and range of tracks, moon condition, and date were recorded shortly ...
Estatus de Atlantea tulita (Dewitz, 1877) en Puerto Rico
The genus Atlantea is endemic to the Greater Antilles (Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica and Puerto Rico) with an endemic species in each of the islands. In Puerto Rico it is represented by Atlantea tulita (Dewitz) 1877, a medium ...