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Record #179799:

Evidence of sublethal damage in Daphnia (Cladocera) during exposure to solar UV radiation in subarctic ponds / Iris D. Zellmer, Michael T. Arts, Doris Abele, Klaus Humbeck.

Title: Evidence of sublethal damage in Daphnia (Cladocera) during exposure to solar UV radiation in subarctic ponds / Iris D. Zellmer, Michael T. Arts, Doris Abele, Klaus Humbeck.
Author(s): Zellmer, Iris D.
Arts, Michael T.
Abele, Doris.
Humbeck, Klaus.
Date: 2004.
In: Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. (2004.), Vol. 36(3) (2004)
Abstract: Examines Daphnia from five sub-Arctic ponds differing greatly in dissolved organic carbon contents (DOC) and, consequently, underwater light (UV) climates. Finds that, contrary to expectation, ponds with lowest DOC contains Daphnia with highest eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) concentrations. Also, EPA concentrations in Daphnia generally decrease in concert with seasonally increasing DOC concentrations. Demonstrates that sublethal damage to gut precedes mortality caused by exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation.
Notes:

Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. Vol. 36(3) :370-377 (2004).

Keywords: 551.521.63 -- Ultraviolet radiation.
574.5 -- Marine and freshwater ecology.
577.1 -- Biochemistry.
591.542 -- Animals, influence of light.
595.3 -- Crustacea: Daphnia pulex.
H2 -- Zoology: invertebrates.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 179799

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