in the Hawaiian anchialine shrimp Halocaridina rubra (Crustacea: Atyidae): expression of ion transporters, mitochondria-rich cell proliferation and hemolymph osmolality during salinity transfers.
amazonicum populations hydrologically and genetically separated and verified distinct osmoregulation
and tolerance to salinity patterns among them.
Proline accumulation, apart from being important in osmoregulation
and acting as a nitrogen reserve, may reduce stress in itself, acting as a substrate for respiration and generating energy that could be inverted for plant recovery from stress (Tarakcioglu and Inal, 2002).
The integument participates in several important functions, such as exchange of gas, ions, molecules, secretion of mucous substances, osmoregulation
, immunity, and forms a physical barrier against different aggressive agents (WAHLI et al.
Role of Amino acids in osmoregulation
of non-halophilic bacteria.
It exerts a diverse array of biological effects, including cardiovascular regulation, antioxidation, modulation of ion transport, membrane stabilization, osmoregulation
, modulation of neurotransmission, bile acid conjugation, hypolipidemia, antiplatelet activity and modulation of fetal development.
in this species has not been examined in great detail.
In decapods, the ability for osmoregulation
at very low salinities generally develops only by late larval or early juvenile stages (33).
is the ability of a cell to maintain its structure and function by regulating movement of water in and out of the cell (Kidd et al.
in the brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis.
Hyponatremia and osmoregulation
of thirst and vasopressin secretion in patients with adrenal insufficiency.
In this collection of 16 articles, contributors describe how osmoregulation
works and how it relates to other functions, particularly the immune system.