The aims of this study were to determine a correlation between water acidification and ion levels in the haemolymph
and to examine the physiological response and ion change of the haemolymph
of odonate nymphs to acidic conditions in the laboratory.
Ten hours after injection the survival rate, haemolymph
samples from five shrimps per aquarium for total count of haemocytes, phenoloxidase activity and serum agglutinate titre were collected, as well as samples of hepatopancreas and haemolymph
for microbiological analysis (Vibrio ssp.
flagellates from naturally infected triatomines were maintained using the same protocol.
Growth, survival, haemolymph
osmolatity and organosomatic indices of the western king prawn (Penaeus latisulcatus Kishinouye, 1896) reared at different salinities.
Furthermore, when insects are exposed to below-freezing temperatures, the haemolymph
becomes concentrated by formation of ice until the vapor pressure of the liquid fraction equals that of ice at the same temperature.
The higher AAT activity showed that the diversion of aspirate amino acid towards tissue oxidations rather than efflux into haemolymph
Effect of PGF on the organic constituents of Haemolymph
of silkworm larvae, Bombyx mori (L).
Single and combined effects of heavy metals and hormones on lysosomes of haemolymph
cells from the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis.
Originating in Asia, the varroa mite was first discovered in the UK during 1992 and feeds on the haemolymph
of honeybee pupae and adults.
The antibodies will then float around in the prawns' haemolymph
(body fluid) and neutralise the hormone.
Lysozyme activity and protein concentration in the haemolymph
of the flat oyster Ostrea edulis (L.
Roles of haemolymph
proteins in antimicrobial defences of Manduca sexta, pp.