2 edition of Magnesium excretion by the Rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri. found in the catalog.
Magnesium excretion by the Rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri.
Klaus Werner Beyenbach
Written in English
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Acute ammonia toxicity in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) was studied by intraarterial injection of NH 4 Cl and NH 4 HCO en ion and total ammonia concentrations were measured in blood sampled from the dorsal aorta both before and after by: Rainbow trout raised in fresh water had a higher growth rate ( vs %.d −1), better food conversion ratio ( vs ), better ADC (91 vs 85%) and PPV (45 vs 35%) and lower ammonia excretion rates than brown trout reared in fresh water. Transferring brown trout to sea water induced lower PPV (30%) and ammonia and urea by:
Kidney and urinary bladder functions of the rainbow trout in Mg and Na excretion. Beyenbach KW, Kirschner LB. Magnesium concentration in the urinary bladder of marine teleosts is high and [Na] is low. The inverse relationship may be due to the coupling of Mg secretion to Na reabsorption through a common tubular transport system or coupling may Cited by: 1. In the freshwater adapted rainbow trout, urine flow markedly increased during periods of exercise in a swimming respirometer. 2. Over a range of oxygen consumptions from “standard” to nearly “active metabolic rates”, oxygen and water fluxes exhibited a highly significant positive correlation in individual fish. The results were indicative of covariation of the oxygen and water Cited by:
Absorption, body distribution, and excretion of dietary zinc by rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri). Hardy RW(1), Sullivan CV, Koziol AM. Author information: (1)Department of Commerce, NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service, NWAFC Utilization Research Division, Montlake Boulevard, East Seattle, Washington, Cited by: Rainbow trout were exposed for 4 days to an environmental pH averaging , an exposure which resulted in a continuous net branchial influx of acid. The influx provoked a progressive depression in bloo3~]d p, H and [HCO virtually complete by 48 h, and a marked increase in renal acid excretion, also complete by 48 h. The increase in the latter.
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RENAL EXCRETION OF MAGNESIU IMN A FRESHWATER TELEOST, SALMO GAIRDNERI BY A. OIKARI* AND J. RANKIN & Dirks, ), 'little is known of the mechanisms that regulate magnesium conserva-tion and excretion' and even less is known about sulphate. Fish plasma magnesium the rainbow trout Salmo gairdneri, to experimental mag-nesium.
Renal excretion of magnesium in a freshwater teleost, Salmo gairdneri Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Experimental Biology August with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The role of carbonic anhydrase in carbon dioxide excretion and acid-base regulation in the rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri has been investigated.
While a significant amount of carbonic anhydrase was found in the blood of the trout, calculations based on red cell hemolysates suggest that the probable circulating levels of carbonic anhydrase activity in blood may not be sufficient to account for Author: Monty Stephen Haswell.
The plasma half-life of sulfobromophthalein (BSP) for rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) was 13 min for doses of 5 and 10 mg/kg and 29 min for a dose of 15 mg/kg. Rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) were held in metabolizable energy chambers at Standard Environmental Temperature (15°C) for 72h following a single feeding of a semi-purified test diet containing tracer quantities of a radioisotope of zinc (65Zn) and different combinations of dietary calcium level and zinc source.
Gill wastes, urine, and feces were separately by: Ammonia excretion by brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) was measured in relation to nitrogen consumption, body weight (15– g for rainbow trout and 50– g for brook trout), and temperature (– °C) under laboratory natural diets, collected from Castle Lake, California, and a commercial pellet diet were fed to the trout in Cited by: The relative availability of magnesium (Mg) added to semi-purified trout diets was estimated by determining apparent retention.
Slightly deficient tes Cited by: Infusion of magnesium salts into the body cavity of freshwater-adapted rainbow trout led to elevated plasma magnesium concentrations and to stimulation of renal tubular secretion of magnesium. The majority of the infused load was excreted renally, no net branchial excretion being detected.
Magnesium sulphate infusion led to increased tubular secretion of sulphate. The effect of phytates on the growth of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) fed purified diets containing varying quantities of calcium and magnesium.
Aquaculture, Rainbow trout were fed for days on four purified diets containing 0 and % phytic acid. These diets contained increasing increments of Ca (%) and Mg (%).Cited by: Whole body magnesium concentration as an indicator of magnesium status in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri).
Aquaculture, Whole body magnesium concentrations were found to reflect the magnesium status of juvenile rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) fed semi-purified diets containing graded levels of magnesium ( mg/kg diet).Cited by: Acute ammonia toxicity in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) was studied by intraarterial injection of NH4Cl and NH4HCO3.
Hydrogen ion and total ammonia. Temperature-related absorption and excretion of oxytetracycline in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri R.). Aquaculture, The absorption and elimination of oxytetracycline in serum, muscles and liver of rainbow trout were studied at 5', 10' and 16'C after a single oral dose of 75 mg/kg by: Excretion of the nitrogen heterocycle 14 C-quinoline was characterized in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) following its ingestion with ine-derived radioactivity was readily absorbed from the stomach as shown by peak serum levels that occurred 4–8 h after by: 9.
Download Citation | Some blood parameters of the rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri Richardson). The Shasta variety | Fifty rainbow trout of the Kamloops strain were examined for 12 haematological.
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The majority of the infused load was excreted renally, no net branchial excretion being detected. Toxicity of calcium-magnesium acetate, a proposed road deicer, to fathead minnow (Pimephales promelas) and rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) (Laboratory report) [James Martin Polisini] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Rice S.D., Stokes R.M. () Metabolism of Nitrogenous Wastes in the Eggs and Alevins of Rainbow Trout, Salmo gairdneri Richardson. In: Blaxter J.H.S. (eds) The Early Life History of Fish.
In: Blaxter J.H.S. (eds) The Early Life History of by: 1. Steady-state drinking rates and intestinal absorption of water and electrolytes in vivo were studied by means of indwelling Foley catheters and a volume indicator (polyethylene glycol).
Drinking rates of 47, 95 and ml/kg body wt. per day were measured in one-third- half- and full-strength sea water 78 and 80 per cent of these loads were absorbed from the intestine Cited by: EDDY B., SMART G.R.
& BATH R.N. () Ionic content of muscle and urine in rainbow trout Salmo gairdneri Richardson kept in water of high CO2 content. Journal of Fish Diseases in press.
Kwain, “Embryonic development, early growth, and meristic variation in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) exposed to combinations of light intensity and temperature,” J. Fish. Res. Board Can. 32, – (). Google ScholarCited by: 9. Renal handling of Mg in rainbow trout adapted to fresh water Renal handling of Mg in rainbow trout adapted to seawater r handling of magnesium Tubular handling of Mg in fresh water Tubular handling of Mg in seawater ys and mechanisms of magnesium secretion in proximal tubules of seawater fish.Janssen, R.G.
and Randall, D.J. () The effects of changes in pH and PCO 2 in blood and water on breathing in rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri. Respir. Physiol, 25, –Cited by: Biliary excretion rate of [14 C]taurocholate was 53–63% greater in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) acclimated to and tested at 18 than 14 or 10 ° 4° temperature shifts up or down increased or decreased respectively biliary excretion rate by 40–53%.
Furthermore, 10 °C acclimated fish shifted to 14 °C had % greater biliary excretion rate than 18 °C acclimated fish shifted to Cited by: