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EFFECT OF HEMOGLOBIN CONCENTRATION ON SWIMMING ACTIVITY OF CERIODAPHNIA QUADRANGULA IN LOW OXYGEN CONCENTRATION

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ABSTRACT The phototactic swimming activity of pale, red, and carbon monoxide treated Ceriodaphnia quadrangula in low oxygen concentration was studied. The swimming speed was 43.7 ± 7.0 for pale and 43.1 ± 6.4 cm/min for red animals at 25°C. The total swimming distance attained by animals until final standstill of the antennal movements was constant, approximately 5 m, at 0.1 ml O2/1. At 0.2 ml O2/l, the red animals swam more than 80 m, whereas pale animals swam only 7 m. An increase in oxygen concentration induced an exponential increase in the swimming distance of pale animals which reached 100 m at 0.9 ml O2/l. The swimming activity of carbon monoxide treated animals in relation to oxygen concentration showed almost the same pattern as that of normal pale animals.

10.1163/193724086X00037
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2017-09-25

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