Notes on methods for the narcotization, killing, fixation, and preservation of marine organisms
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Russell, Henry D.
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From the Foreward: An important activity of the Systematics-Ecology Program is the preparation of a study collection of the marine organisms of the Cape Cod region. Preparation of animal specimens requires careful narcotization, killing, fixation, and preservation.
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