Oryzias latipes as a model for hypoosmoregulation of euryhaline fishes

@inproceedings{Sakamoto2000OryziasLA,
  title={Oryzias latipes as a model for hypoosmoregulation of euryhaline fishes},
  author={Tatsuya Sakamoto and Tomohiro Kozaka and Akiyoshi Takahashi and Hiroshi Kawauchi and Masaaki Ando},
  year={2000}
}
Ž . We examined the hypoosmoregulatory ability of a model fish, medaka Oryzias latipes , in Ž . relation to the gill-chloride cells or mitochondrion-rich MR cells, and to cortisol. When the Ž . Ž . medaka were transferred from freshwater FW to 30‰ seawater SW , muscle water content decreased by 8% after 2 h and normalized within 1 week. Size and density of MR cells in the gill Ž filament increased after 1–2 weeks in SW. Immersion of medaka in FW containing cortisol 10 . mgrml for 1–2 weeks also… CONTINUE READING
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