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J. J. Childress, Fisher, C. R., Brooks, J. M., II, K. M. C., Bidigare, R., and Anderson, A. E., A methanotrophic marine molluscan (Bivalvia, Mytilidae) symbiosis: mussels fueled by gas, Science, vol. 233, pp. 1306–1308, 1986.
J. J. Childress, Fisher, C. R., Favuzzi, J. A., Arp, A. J., and Oros, D. R., The role of a zinc-based, serum-borne sulphide-binding component in the uptake and transport of dissolved sulphide by the chemoautotrophic symbiont containing clam Calyptogena elongata, Journal of Experimental Biology, vol. 179, pp. 131–158, 1993.
J. J. Childress, Fisher, C. R., Favuzzi, J. A., Kochevar, R., Sanders, N. K., and Alayse, A. M., Sulfide-driven autotrophic balance in the bacterial symbiont-containing hydrothermal vent tubeworm Riftia pachyptila Jones, Biological Bulletin, vol. 180, pp. 135–153, 1991.
J. J. Childress, Arp, A. J., and Fisher, C. R., Metabolic and blood characteristics of the hydrothermal vent tube worm Riftia pachypitila, Marine Biology, vol. 83, pp. 109–124, 1984.
J. J. Childress, Life in sulfidic environments: historical perspective and current research trends, American Zoologist, vol. 35, pp. 83–90, 1995.
J. J. Childress and Fisher, C. R., The biology of hydrothermal vent animals: physiology, biochemistry, and autotrophic symbioses, in Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review, vol. 30, M. Barnes, Ed. Routledge, 1992, pp. 337–441.
J. J. Childress and Thuesen, E. V., Metabolic potentials of deep-sea fishes: a comparative approach, in Environmental and Ecological Biochemistry, P. W. Hochachka, Ed. New York: Elsevier, 1995, pp. 175–196.
J. J. Childress, Fisher, C. R., Favuzzi, J. A., and Sanders, N. K., Sulfide and carbon dioxide uptake by the hydrothermal vent clam, Calyptogena magnifica and its chemoautotrophic symbionts, Physiological Zoology, vol. 64, pp. 1444–1470, 1991.
J. J. Childress, Felbeck, H., and Somero, G. N., Symbiosis in the deep sea, Scientific American, vol. 255, pp. 114–120, 1987.
J. J. Childress, Cowles, D. L., Favuzzi, J. A., and Mickel, T. J., The metabolic rates of deep-sea benthic decapod crustaceans decline with increasing depth primarily due to the decline in temperature, Deep-Sea Research. Part A, Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 37, pp. 929–949, 1990.
J. J. Childress, Fisher, C. R., Felbeck, H., Girguis, P., and Girguis, P. R., On the edge of a deep biosphere: Real animals in extreme environments, in Subseafloor Biosphere at Mid-Ocean Ridges, AGU, 2004, pp. 41–49.
J. J. Childress, Are there physiological and biochemical adaptations of metabolism in deep-sea animals?, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 10, pp. 30–36, 1995.
J. J. Childress and Mickel, T. J., Oxygen and sulfide consumption rates of the vent clam Calyptogena pacifica, Marine Biology Letters, vol. 3, pp. 73–79, 1982.
J. J. Childress, Lee, R., Sanders, N. K., Felbeck, H., Oros, D., Toulmond, A., Desbruyeres, D., Brooks, J., and II, K. M. C., Inorganic carbon uptake in hydrothermal vent tubeworms facilitated by high environmental pCO2, Nature, vol. 362, pp. 147–149, 1993.
J. J. Childress, Uptake and transport of sulfide in marine invertebrates, in Comparative Physiology: Life in Water and on Land, P. E. Dejours, Ed. New York: Springer, 1987, pp. 231–238.
J. J. Childress and Mickel, T. J., Metabolic rates of animals from the hydrothermal vents and other deep-sea habitats., in Hydrothermal vents of the Eastern Pacific: An overview, M. L. Jones, Ed. Vienna, Va.: INFAX, 1985, pp. 249–260.
J. J. Childress, Biology and chemistry of a deep-sea hydrothermal vent on the Galapagos Rift; the Rose Garden in 1985. Introduction, Deep-Sea Research. Part A, Oceanographic Research Papers, vol. 35, pp. 1677–1680, 1988.
J. J. Childress, Gluck, D. L., Carney, R. S., and Gowing, M. M., Benthopelagic biomass distribution and oxygen consumption in a deep-sea benthic boundary layer dominated by gelatinous organisms, Limnology and Oceanography, vol. 34, pp. 913–930, 1989.