hydrically

hydrically

(ˈhaɪdrɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a hydric manner; in a manner using water or moisture
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Baenninger exposed various fighting-fish to epinephrine and norepinephrine hydrically and observed their agonistic display, revealing suppression of the appetitive elements of the agonistic sequence of the Betta.
The fish in the "contaminated" group were trophically contaminated, by ingestion of saltwater artemias, hydrically contaminated for 24 hours, at the ratio of 0.2 g of artemia/gram of fish, resulting in an initial contamination of 0.4 [micro]g methylmercury/g /Betta.
After this phase, they were subjected to chronic, trophic poisoning by ingestion of salt-water artemias (Arthemia salina), previously contaminated hydrically with methylmercury at a dosage of 16 [micro]g/l, offering a dose of 1 g of artemia for each 30 g of fish on alternating days of collection, totaling 15 doses over a 35-day period.