The activities of alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST), and the concentrations of cholesterol (CHO), triacylglycerol (TG), hemolymph
urea nitrogen (HUN), and total protein (TP) were measured in a clinical laboratory of the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University using an automatic biochemical analyzer (Hitachi 7170; DAICHI, Tokyo, Japan) within 2 days.
Mantle cavity injection was chosen instead of intramuscular injection to allow the antibiotics to reach the gastrointestinal tract through the filtration and feeding path rather than reaching the circulatory system through the hemolymph
. The assay was repeated three times.
Given that the mantle region is one of the main storage sites of glycogen in terrestrial gastropods, the hemolymph
that supplies this area is rich in glucose (Pinheiro, 2007).
The present study was undertaken to determine the influence of GA3 on the hemolymph
content of the greater wax moth, G.
The appearance of SFTSV in saliva and hemolymph
suggests that the virus circulates in the tick hemocoel and is expressed in saliva.
Recovery assays were performed for rotenone using standards to reach 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0 mg/kg concentrations in midgut, brain, ventral nerve cord, hemolymph
, and excreta.
It thus appears that there may be multiple sites for ascidian blood (hemolymph
) production, in particular in colonial tunicates.
In other crustacean, antioxidant status has also been investigated in the hemolymph
of brachyuran crabs which is known as Liagore rubromaculata .
 and cloned its encoding cDNA .
Quantitative realtime PCR was used to analyze the expression characteristics of BmLeb5 in the whole larvae, in the fat body, and in hemolymph
at different periods after B.
We have also seen a proliferation of hemocytes, accumulation and cell grouping in treated insects which induced some semblance coagulation of the hemolymph
in Locusta migratoria, in contrast to what was observed by Halouane  who tested Metharhizium anisopliae on Shistocerca gregaria and Adama Coulibaly  have tested the effect of Beauveria bassiana and Metharhizium flavoviride on Anacridium aegeptium and noted a decrease in the concentration of hemocytes.
Aquatic larvae of dipterous genera, such as Aedes and Chironomus, have developed anal papillae that absorb sodium and chloride ions into the hemolymph
(Stobbart 1960; Wright 1975).