Modifications to an optocardiographic method for

van Aardt, W.J.; Vosloo, A.
July 1996
South African Journal of Zoology;Jul96, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p97
Academic Journal
Examines the heart rate activity in a range of invertebrate species. Identification of invertebrates used to carry out study; Heart rate signals of each species; Factors affecting the physiological functioning in animals.


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