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Regeneration rates of a sublittoral demosponge

  • James J. Bell (a1)

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The effect of water flow rate on the regeneration rate of the temperate sponge Cliona celata was investigated at two sites experiencing fast and slight current flow respectively at Lough Hyne, Co. Cork, Ireland. Faster regeneration rates were found in sponges living in high current areas which may be due to an increased amount of potential food material per unit time and the possibility of entrained water flow.

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Regeneration rates of a sublittoral demosponge

  • James J. Bell (a1)

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