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The Relationship Between Size and Blood Volume in the Crayfish Auszropotamobius Pallipes (Lereboullet) (Decapoda, Astacidea)

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Das Hämolymphvolumen des Süßwasserkrebses Austropotamobius pallipes (Lereboullet) wurde mit Hilfe der Isotopenverdünnungsmethode unter Verwendung von jodiertem PolyvinylPyrrolidon (125I-PVP) gemessen. Dabei ergab sich, daß das Volumen extrazellulärer Flüssigkeit in Korrelation mit verschiedenen Größenparametern steht. Das Hämolymphvolumen ausgedrückt in % des Naßgewichtes des Krebses betrug 11.964 ± 2.335 (N = 21) für die untersuchten Größenklassen. Bei zunehmendem Körpergewicht des Krebses wurde keine Abnahme des Hämolymphvolumens als % des Naßgewichtes festgestellt.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University College Swansea, Swansea, SA2 8PP, Wales, U.K.


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