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Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish

Grace E. Pickford

Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish

Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or to salt water

by Grace E. Pickford

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Published by Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences; To be obtained from Archon Books, Hamden, Conn. in New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Osmoregulation.,
  • Serum.,
  • Mummichog.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesStudies on the blood serum of Fundulus heteroclitus.
    Statementby Grace E. Pickford, F. Blake Grant, and Bruce L. Umminger.
    SeriesThe Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. Transactions, v. 43, p. 25-70, Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences ;, v. 43, p. 25-70.
    ContributionsGrant, F. Blake, joint author., Umminger, Bruce L., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .C9 vol. 43, p. 25-70, QL639.1 .C9 vol. 43, p. 25-70
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25-70 p.
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5049087M
    ISBN 100208008322
    LC Control Number74009960

    Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or to salt water. Serum is the liquid fraction of whole blood that is collected after the blood is allowed to clot. The clot is removed by centrifugation and the resulting supernatant, designated serum, is carefully removed using a Pasteur pipette. Plasma is produced when whole blood is .

    The fish were killed after two weeks and blood was collected from the caudal artery in microhematocrit capillary tubes ac-cording to the procedure of Pickford et al. (). The blood was allowed to clot after which it was centrifuged to provide serum sam-ples. Because so little serum was available from a single fish, samples from three fish were. The purpose of the following study was to determine blood osmotic concentrations and tissue water content for these fish in the hypersaline field environments described Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or salt water. Trans. Con-.

      Most previous studies on euryhaline fish have focused on Serum was separated from blood cells by centrifugation ( × g for 10 min) and assayed for dopamine concentration. The present study, designed as a pilot study, indicates that A. regius could be considered as a partially euryhaline species. In this sense, freshwater resulted too much of a challenge, while a hyper-osmotic environment of 55 ppt salinity induced consumption of energy stores and fish .


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Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish by Grace E. Pickford Download PDF EPUB FB2

Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish. New Haven, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences; To be obtained from Archon Books, Hamden, Conn., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Grace E Pickford; F Blake Grant; Bruce L Umminger.

PICKFORU G. E., GRANT F. & UMMINGER B. () Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprino- dont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or to salt water. Trans. by: 3. PICKFORD G. E., GRANT F. & UMMINGER B. () Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or salt water.

Trans. by: Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or to salt water Pickford, Pickford; Grant, Grant; Umminger, Umminger Drinking rate and oxygen consumption in the euryhaline teleost Aphanius dispar in waters of high salinity.

Endocrinological studies on the euryhaline killifish, Fundulus eteroclitus (Linn.). The response of the hypophysectomized cyprinodont, Fundulus heteroclitus, to replacement therapy with cortisol: effects on blood serum and sodium-potassium activated adenosine triphosphatase in the gills, kidney, and intestinal mucosa.

Based on the results from this study, P. orbignyanus can be characterized as a marine/estuarine euryhaline teleost capable of hyper/hypo iono- and osmoregulation over the fluctuating salinity.

on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish occurred with the mummichog in the low salinity group in this study, which may have experienced difficulty in striking a balance between. In the trained set of fish, initial serum glucose levels were mg/ ml and showed no significant changes for as long as 5 days after the exposure to air.

The peak levels of serum glucose found in the untrained fish after 6 and 12hr were significantly higher than those in the untrained fish at comparable times. This present study would form a baseline data for assessment of health status of and E.

coioidesA. latusas well as reference point for future comparative study effects of different endogenous and exogenous factors on blood biochemical of these two fish species.

Materials and Methods Experiment Design. Euryhaline organisms are able to adapt to a wide range of example of a euryhaline fish is the molly (Poecilia sphenops) which can live in fresh water, brackish water, or salt water.

The green crab (Carcinus maenas) is an example of a euryhaline invertebrate that can live in salt and brackish line organisms are commonly found in habitats such as estuaries and tide.

The serum was frozen at The methods employed for serum chemistry are those described previously for the blood of Fundulus heteroclitus (Pickford et al., ): in brief, Na+ and K+ with the IL flame photometer, Cl- with the Aminco Cotlove chloride titrator, Cal+ colorimetrically with neutral fast red, inorganic P by the method of Fiske and.

Author(s): Pickford,Grace E; Grant,F Blake; Umminger,Bruce L Title(s): Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or to salt water, by Grace E.

Pickford, F. Blake Grant, and Bruce L. Umminger. Pickford, G. E., Grant, F. B., Umminger, B. L.: Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish,Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or to salt water.

Trans. Conn. Acad. Sci, 25–70 (). Google Scholar. Seasonal cycles of blood plasma/serum components were discussed, along with antifreeze concentrations in other body fluids and tissues of cold-water fishes. Regulatory patterns of plasma/serum osmolalities were compared among the most euryhaline of teleosts evaluated here.

studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, fundulus heteroclitus,adapted to fresh or to salt water Pickford, Grace E.

Published by CT. Some aspects of osmoregulation energetics have been studied in the euryhaline teleost Tilapia mossambica (Peters) acclimated to media of different salinities. In stress media (75 and % sea water) the blood glucose of the fish increases significantly, accompanied by a corresponding increase in oxygen consumption and cytochrome-oxidase activity, suggesting that oxidative degradation of blood.

PICKFORD G. E., GRANT F. & UMMINGER B. () Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh or to salt water. dispar is a euryhaline larvivorous fish found in a wide range of salinities, "from fresh water to % ( ppt) in the dead sea springs" (Plaut, ).

dispar is found in oasis pools with. Studies on the euryhaline Cyprinodont fish estrogen induced elevation of blood calcium level is more pronounced in males than in females. Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline.

This species of fish can also tolerate very low oxygen levels of up to 1mg/L. Mummichog is densely populated and lives in large shoals. Conclusion.

The unique feature with the euryhaline organisms is the ability to osmoregulate in different salinities. - - Compensatory metabolic regulation to seasonal thermal stress in a tropical freshwater fish, Etroplus maculatus (Bleeker).

Indian J. exp. Biol. 9, (). Piekford, G. E., F. B. Grant and B. L. Umminger: Studies on the blood serum of the euryhaline cyprinodont fish, Fundulus heteroclitus, adapted to fresh and salt water. Trans. Conn.Osmotic pressure and concentration of chloride, sodium and potassium in plasma and total water contents in the euryhaline teleostAplianius dispar were examined.

In different salinities the osmotic pressure and chloride concentration change significantly: osmotic pressure was μOsmole/gram in fresh water and μOsmole/gram in % sea water.A freshwater population of the mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus, was sampled during summer and autumnfrom the Bronx River, New York.

Other occurrences in freshwater of this common estuarine cyprinodontid fish have been noted in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Canada. In the Bronx River, this species is a significant part of the fauna and is one of the few species found throughout the.