The mechanisms of acid-base and ionoregulation in the freshwater rainbow trout during environmental hyperoxia and subsequent normoxia. III. Branchial exchanges.

@article{Wood1984TheMO,
  title={The mechanisms of acid-base and ionoregulation in the freshwater rainbow trout during environmental hyperoxia and subsequent normoxia. III. Branchial exchanges.},
  author={Chris M Wood and Mich{\`e}le G. Wheatly and H Hobe},
  journal={Respiration physiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={
          175-92
        }
}
Fluxes of both acidic equivalents (JH+net) and electrolytes across the gills were continuously monitored in the freshwater rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) during 24 h normoxia (PIO2 = 120-150 torr; control), 72 h hyperoxia (PIO2 = 500-600 torr), and 24 h return to normoxia. A highly negative JH+net (i.e., excretion) was responsible for over 90% of the compensation of respiratory acidosis induced by hyperoxia in the whole animal. Similarly, a highly positive JH+net (i.e., uptake) accounted for… CONTINUE READING
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