Large Foram biometry

pecheux at pecheux at
Mon Feb 19 07:09:41 EST 1996

PECHEUX M 1995 Ecomorphology of a recent 
 large foraminifer, Operculina ammonoide 
s. GEOBIOS (Lyon, France) 28/5, 529-566 
Hundred specimens studied from Aqaba stu 
died by X-ray and computerized biometry, 
 with >100000 data 
Growth rate, fecundity, shape controlled 
 by light while size by competition. 
Calcification equals to photosynthesis. 
Irregularities at mid-depth, very slight 
 compared toabnormalities during bleachi 

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