The Effects of Aerial Exposure on the Distribution of Body Water and Ions in The

  • FRESHWATER CRAYFISH, AUSTROPOTAMOBIUS PALLIPES
  • Published 2005

Abstract

1. Submerged crayfish had a total body water content of 76% body mass. Haemolymph volume was around 30% and was dependent on mass, the relationship being described by the regression equation y (volume) = 398+0177x (mass). The inulin space was greater than the copper space in abdominal muscle, suggesting the existence of an interstitial component of the… (More)

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