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Changes of Survival Rate, Falling Rate and Foot Histology of the Abalone, Haliotis discus hannai (Ino, 1952) with Water Temperature and Salinity
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 29, Issue 4,  2013, pp.303-311
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2013.29.4.303
 Title & Authors
Changes of Survival Rate, Falling Rate and Foot Histology of the Abalone, Haliotis discus hannai (Ino, 1952) with Water Temperature and Salinity
Park, Min Woo; Kim, Hyejin; Kim, Byeong Hak; Son, Maeng Hyun; Jeon, Mi Ae; Lee, Jung Sick;
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 Abstract
This study investigated survival, falling and structural changes of foot in Haliotis discus hannai with various water temperature and salinity. Experimental conditions were composed of control with psu, higher temperature group with 23, 26, 29 and , lower temperature group with 3, 6, 9 and , and different salinities group with 33.5, 26.8, 20.1, 13.4, 6.7 and 3.3 psu. Experimental period was 7 days. Survival and falling rate of the abalone exposed to 7 days at control and experimental condition of and psu were 100% and 0%, respectively. Mortality and falling rate of the abalone exposed to the different temperature and salinity were dose dependent by experimental condition. Histopathological changes in epithelial and muscular layer of foot showed more obvious with experimental condition of salinity decrease than different temperature condition.
 Keywords
survival and falling rate;foot histopathology;abalone;water temperature;salinity;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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수온 상승에 따른 북방전복, Haliotis discus hannai과 둥근전복, H. discus discus 체액의 생리학적 변화,민은영;이정식;김재원;전미애;강주찬;

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염화니켈 (NiCl2) 노출에 따른 북방전복, Haliotis discus hannai의 조직학적 지표 변화,김수지;전미애;주선미;김재원;강주찬;이정식;

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수온 증가에 따른 말전복, Haliotis gigantea과 둥근전복, Haliotis discus discus (Reeve, 1846) hemolymph의 생리학적 변화,민은영;김신후;황인기;김경욱;박보미;이정식;강주찬;

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염화아연 (ZnCl2) 만성노출에 따른 북방전복, Haliotis discus hannai의 조직학적 지표 변화,손맹현;김병학;김수지;이정식;

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