Metabolism Relative to Metabolism at Current pH

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Mytilus edulis [Blue Mussel]

Statistics  
  Decline in pH from the Present
 
0.0 to 0.09
0.09 to 0.17
0.17 to 0.3
0.3 to 0.5
More than 0.5
Number of Results
 
 
 
1
18
Arithmetic Mean
 
 
 
1
0.86
Standard Error
 
 
 
0
0.03

Individual Experiement Results  
      Decline in pH from the Present    

Journal References

Experimental Conditions
0.0
to
0.09
0.09
to
0.17
0.17
to
0.3
0.3
to
0.5
More
than
0.5

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

1.02

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.96

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.86

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.80

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.84

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.71

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.62

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of small (up to 2.5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.99

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of small (up to 2.5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.88

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of small (up to 2.5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.72

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate rate of small (up to 2.5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 9.2C.
 

 

 

 

0.65

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 14C.
 

 

 

 

0.97

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 14C.
 

 

 

 

0.93

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 14C.
 

 

 

 

0.97

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 14C.
 

 

 

 

0.91

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 14C.
 

 

 

 

0.87

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 14C.
 

 

 

 

0.90

Bamber (1990)

The feeding rate of large (~5 cm) mussels (Mytilus edulis) grown for 30 days under normal and reduced pH conditions was determined by measuring the "pseudofaecal production" -- the fine particulate material remaining in the experimental sea water at the end of the experiment. Reduced pH values were obtained by the addition of Analar sulphuric acid to filtered sea water. Temperatures were maintained at 14C.
 

 

 

 

0.88

Bechmann et al. (2011)

Feeding efficiency of 18 day old blue mussel (Mytilus edulis) larvae grown under normal and reduced pH conditions. Temperature was 10C and pH was altered by the addition of CO2.
 

 

 

1.00

 


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