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Buoyancy in fish and invertebrates...

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Fish and invertebrates are

so by actively moving up and down in the water

they are able to change body temperature, the higher,

and the more buoyant. Some

fish (inhabit lower depths 1-4km) deposit

wax esters in tissues to achieve

buoyancy. Wax esters are esters if a fatty acid and an

and they possess the same chemical properties as

but they are

Some species use

active esters. Physeter macrocephalus or

whales contain lipids in large

organ on their head. To descend the lipid is

until it solidifies, the increasing

allows whales to sink without much

swimming.



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