Browsing by Author Randall, D.J.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Sep-2004Air breathing and ammonia excretion in the giant mudskipper, Periophthalmodon schlosseriRandall, D.J.; Ip, Y.K. ; Chew, S.F.; Wilson, J.M.
Mar-2003Alkaline environmental pH has no effect on ammonia excretion in the mudskipper Periophthalmodon schlosseri but inhibits ammonia excretion in the related species Boleophthalmus boddaertiChew, S.F.; Hong, L.N.; Wilson, J.M.; Randall, D.J.; Ip, Y.K. 
Nov-2006Ammonia as a respiratory gas in water and air-breathing fishesRandall, D.J.; Ip, Y.K. 
Oct-2004Defences against ammonia toxicity in tropical air-breathing fishes exposed to high concentrations of environmental ammonia: A reviewIp, Y.K. ; Chew, S.F.; Wilson, J.M.; Randall, D.J.
May-2004Dogmas and controversies in the handling of nitrogenous wastes: Ammonia tolerance in the oriental weatherloach Misgurnus anguillicaudatusTsui, T.K.N.; Randall, D.J.; Hanson, L.; Farrell, A.P.; Chew, S.F.; Ip, Y.K. 
Sep-2004Five tropical air-breathing fishes, six different strategies to defend against ammonia toxicity on landIp, Y.K. ; Chew, S.F.; Randall, D.J.
Aug-2000Immunolocalization of ion-transport proteins to branchial epithelium mitochondria-rich cells in the mudskipper (Periophthalmodon schlosseri)Wilson, J.M.; Randall, D.J.; Donowitz, M.; Vogl, A.W.; Ip, A.K.-Y. 
2000Metabolic adjustments in the common carp during prolonged hypoxiaZhou, B.S.; Wu, R.S.S.; Randall, D.J.; Lam, P.K.S.; Ip, Y.K. ; Chew, S.F.
2001Partial amino acid catabolism leading to the formation of alanine in Periophthalmodon schlosseri (mudskipper): A strategy that facilitates the use of amino acids as an energy source during locomotory activity on landIp, Y.K. ; Lim, C.B.; Chew, S.F.; Wilson, J.M.; Randall, D.J.
Feb-2004The giant mudskipper Periophthalmodon schlosseri facilitates active NH 4 + excretion by increasing acid excretion and decreasing NH3 permeability in the skinIp, Y.K. ; Randall, D.J.; Kok, T.K.T.; Barzaghi, C.; Wright, P.A.; Ballantyne, J.S.; Wilson, J.M.; Chew, S.F.
Dec-1999The mudskipper, Periophthalmodon schlosseri, actively transports NH4/+ against a concentration gradientRandall, D.J.; Wilson, J.M.; Peng, K.W.; Kok, T.W.K.; Kuah, S.S.L.; Chew, S.F.; Lam, T.J. ; Ip, Y.K.