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Combined effects of extrinsic and intrinsic factors on otolith chemistry: implications for environmental reconstructionsBARNES, Thomas C; GILLANDERS, Bronwyn M.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2013, Vol 70, Num 8, pp 1159-1166, issn 0706-652X, 8 p.Article

The influence of head and body tilt on human fore-aft translation perceptionCRANE, Benjamin T.Experimental brain research. 2014, Vol 232, Num 12, pp 3897-3905, issn 0014-4819, 9 p.Article

Effects of age, viewing distance and target complexity on static ocular counterrollGOLTZ, Herbert C; MIRABELLA, Giuseppe; LEUNG, Joanne C. Y et al.Vision research (Oxford). 2009, Vol 49, Num 14, pp 1848-1852, issn 0042-6989, 5 p.Article

Otolith accretion rates : Does size really matter?HÜSSY, K.Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology. 2008, Vol 362, Num 2, pp 131-136, issn 0022-0981, 6 p.Article

Elevated manganese concentrations at the cores of clupeid otoliths: possible environmental, physiological, or structural originsBROPHY, D; JEFFRIES, T. E; DANILOWICZ, B. S et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2004, Vol 144, Num 4, pp 779-786, issn 0025-3162, 8 p.Article

Validation of otolith daily increments for larval and juvenile Japanese halfbeak Hyporhamphus sajoriNAKAYA, Mitsuhiro; MORIOKA, Taizo; FUKUNAGA, Kyohei et al.Fisheries research. 2008, Vol 93, Num 1-2, pp 186-189, issn 0165-7836, 4 p.Article

Otolith thermal marking in larval Chinese sucker, Myxocyprinus asiaticusZHAOBIN SONG; CHUNLIN HE; ZIDONG FU et al.Environmental biology of fishes. 2008, Vol 82, Num 1, pp 1-7, issn 0378-1909, 7 p.Article

Perception of tilt and ocular torsion of vestibular patients during eccentric rotationCLEMENT, Gilles; DEGUINE, Olivier.Neuroscience letters. 2010, Vol 468, Num 2, pp 161-165, issn 0304-3940, 5 p.Article

Loss of otolith function with age is associated with increased postural sway measuresSERRADOR, Jorge M; LIPSITZ, Lewis A; GOPALAKRISHNAN, Gosala S et al.Neuroscience letters. 2009, Vol 465, Num 1, pp 10-15, issn 0304-3940, 6 p.Article

AGE AND GROWTH DETERMINATION IN A MARINE CATFISH USING AN ATOLITH CHECK TECHNIQUEWARBURTON K.1978; J. FISH BIOL.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 13; NO 4; PP. 429-434; H.T. 1; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

HUMAN TILT PERCEPTION IN A DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENTJASLOW H.1979; AVIAT. SPACE ENVIRONMENT. MED.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 50; NO 6; PP. 544-598; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

REPORT OF AGEING WORKSHOP ON COD HELD AT VIGO, SPAIN, OCTOBER 1975.LOPEZ VEIGA EC; WELLS R; HODDER VM et al.1977; INTERNATION. COMMISS. N.-W. ATLANT. FISH., SELEC. PAPERS; CANADA; DA. 1977; NO 2; PP. 155-204; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

THIN-SECTIONING OF EAR BONES PROVIDES VITAL DATA FOR FISHERIJ BIOLOGISTS. = COUPES FINES D'OTOLITHES, MATERIEL PERMETTANT D'OBTENIR DES DONNEES VITALES POUR LES BIOLOGISTES SPECIALISES DANS LES PECHESSILVERI P.1976; INDUSTR. DEARN. REV.; G.B.; DA. 1976-09; PP. 330-331Article

OTOLITH COMPARISON OF ALOSA PSEUDOHARENGUS (WILSON) AND ALOSA AESTIVALIS (MITCHILL).PRICE WS.1978; CAN. J. ZOOL.; CAN; DA. 1978; VOL. 56; NO 6; PP. 1216-1218; ABS. FRA; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

A TECHNIQUE OF SAWING THIN SLICES OUT OF OTOLITHS.RAUCK G.1976; BER. DTSCH. WISSENSCH. KOMMISS. MEERESFORSCH.; DTSCH.; DA. 1976; VOL. 24; NO 4; PP. 339-341; ABS. ALLEM.; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

UTILISATION DES OTOLITHES POUR LA LECTURE DE L'AGE DE SCIAENIDES INTERTROPICAUX. MARQUES SAISONNIERES ET JOURNALIERES.LE GUEN JC.1977; CAH. O.R.S.T.O.M., OCEANOGR.; FR.; DA. 1977; VOL. 14; NO 4; PP. 331-338; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

MEASURING GROWTH ZONES IN IRREGULARLY SHAPED OTOLITHS BY MEANS OF A PLANIMETER.HABIB G.1976; MAURI ORA; NEW ZEAL.; DA. 1976; VOL. 4; NO 133-137; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

Otolith science entering the 21st centuryCAMPANA, Steven E.Marine and freshwater research. 2005, Vol 56, Num 5, pp 485-495, issn 1323-1650, 11 p.Conference Paper

Notes on the structure and phylogeny of vertebrate otolithsMAISEY, J. G.Copeia. 1987, Num 2, pp 495-499, issn 0045-8511Article

The deposition of otolith rings in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., embryosGEFFEN, A. J.Journal of fish biology. 1983, Vol 23, Num 4, pp 467-474, issn 0022-1112Article

Asymmetric otolith function and increased susceptibility to motion sickness during exposure to variations in gravitionertial acceleration levelLACKNER, J. R; GRAYBIEL, A; JOHNSON, W. H et al.Aviation, space, and environmental medicine. 1987, Vol 58, Num 7, pp 652-657, issn 0095-6562Article

Experimental evidence simultaneously confirms and contests assumptions implicit to otolith microchemistry researchVEINOTT, Geoff; WESTLEY, Peter A. H; PURCHASE, Craig F et al.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2014, Vol 71, Num 3, pp 356-365, issn 0706-652X, 10 p.Article

An evaluation of the otolith characteristics of Conger conger during metamorphosisCORREIA, A. T; ANTUNES, C; WILSON, J. M et al.Journal of fish biology. 2006, Vol 68, Num 1, pp 99-119, issn 0022-1112, 21 p.Article

Elevated levels of trace elements in cores of otoliths and their potential for use as natural tagsRUTTENBERG, Benjamin I; HAMILTON, Scott L; HICKFORD, Michael J. H et al.Marine ecology. Progress series (Halstenbek). 2005, Vol 297, pp 273-281, issn 0171-8630, 9 p.Article

Human sensitivity to vertical self-motionNESTI, Alessandro; BARNETT-COWAN, Michael; MACNEILAGE, Paul R et al.Experimental brain research. 2014, Vol 232, Num 1, pp 303-314, issn 0014-4819, 12 p.Article

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