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Laboratory installation for the maintenance of marine organisms



Laboratory installation for the maintenance of marine organisms



Biologiya Morya (Vladivostok) (4): 82-85



The purpose of this laboratory installation is to keep planktonic and benthic marine organisms in conditions of both stagnant and flowing waters. The reservoir is equipped with necessary junctions and devices which provide stable conditions for keeping the living organisms in artificial conditions, especially for keeping the salt composition constant, for maintaining the gas equilibrium, for proper cleaning and for replacing the contaminated water.

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