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Evidence of weight dependent differential hematological response to increased environmental temperature by carp cyprinus carpio


, : Evidence of weight dependent differential hematological response to increased environmental temperature by carp cyprinus carpio. Environmental Biology of Fishes 4(1): 89-92

Hematological response to increased temperature was evaluated in carp acclimated to 2.degree., 16.degree. and 30.degree. C by reference to Hb level, hematocrit, red cell number and mean erythrocytic volume and Hb content. Although only modest variations were observed in terms of mean values, regression of these parameters against weight indicated that response in smaller specimens greatly exceeded that of larger animals. Variations in red cell numbers and Hb were well correlated with plasma Ca; temperature-induced hypercalcemia may play some role in the triggering of hemopoesis.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00005933

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