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Optimum environmental condition of live container for long distance transport in live abalone Haliotis discus hannai
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  • Journal title : The Korean Journal of Malacology
  • Volume 30, Issue 4,  2014, pp.363-370
  • Publisher : The Malacological Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.9710/kjm.2014.30.4.363
 Title & Authors
Optimum environmental condition of live container for long distance transport in live abalone Haliotis discus hannai
Yang, Sung-Jin; Myeong, Jeong-In; Park, Jung-Jun; Shin, Yun-Kyung;
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 Abstract
We investigated the survival rate by water temperature and salinity, physiological rhythm and morphological change of live abalone to get to know optimum water temperature and salinity suitable for long-distance transportation of live abalone. At and above, 96-100% of survival rate was shown at all experiment groups. At , 66% of abalones survived in normal seawater but they showed 0% of survival rate at and of salinity at the same water temperature. There was no significant difference of oxygen consumption rate for a week between the seawater and . Also, a positive correlation was shown between salinity and water temperature and the oxygen consumption rate was slightly higher at than seawater. Thinned epithelial layers and expansion of lymph sinus were observed less than or below of temperature. This result shows that the optimum level of water temperature and salinity is considered to be and more than respectively.
 Keywords
Haliotis discuss hannai;Long-distance transportation;Oxygen consumption;Temperature;
 Language
Korean
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