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Evaluation of active exchange and efficiency of spending chemical energy in copepods during migrations

, : Evaluation of active exchange and efficiency of spending chemical energy in copepods during migrations. Okeanologiya 24(5): 836-842

It is shown that the values of energy spent on mechanical work in the course of swimming depend on the information concerning speed changes in the active phase. The method of direct evaluation of energy spent by copepods on vertical migrations makes it possible to evaluate correctly the coefficients of transformation of chemical energy into mechanical work.

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