The partitioning of oxygen uptake from air and from ...

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Title The partitioning of oxygen uptake from air and from water by Erythinids
Author(s) E. Don Stevens, G. F. Holeton
Journal Canadian Journal of Zoology / Revue Canadienne De Zoologie
Date 1978
Volume 56
Issue
Start page 965
End page 969
Abstract Oxygen uptake from air and from water was measured during routine activity at 2TC in two faculta~iveair-breathing teleosts, iioplrrytl~rinus14 niraenintus and Etyrhrinlrs ~pt1trinsr.v.These fish brearhe air in hypuxic water. lsking a breath every I to 2 min. Gill ventilation increases in hypoxic water if air breathing is prevenred. but decreases if air breathing is permitted. Avemge oxygenuptake from water is 105rng.h-I -kg-' and 69mg.h-a kg-' from air Tor Hflpletytiirinr~s6;5 mg. h-1 -kg-' From water and 51 mg. h-'. kg-' From alr for Emrhrinus. In normoxic water Hop- I~ryrhrint~oshtainfrom0Lo56%ofoxygenuptake(mean31%) Fromair.TwoHopleryrhrinus survived in air for 24 hand did nnt have an elevated oxygenuptake when put hack into water.

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