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Judul Effect of Temperature and Relative Humidity on Tolerance of Japanese Clam Ruditapes Philippinarum (Adams & Reeve) to Air Exposure
Penulis Ali, F., K. Nakamura
Jenis Terbitan JURNAL
Nama Terbitan Aquaculture Research
Volume/No/Halaman   30/9/629-636
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Abstrak Laboratory studies showed that higher relative humidity (RH) and lower air temperature increase the tolerance of the Japanese clam, Ruditapes philippinarum (Adams & Reeve), to exposure. Aerial respiration of the clam was also measured. At high RH, the exposure time which gave 50% survival (LT50) was 1.97 and 1.75 times longer than in low RH at air temperatures of 15 and 25 °C, respectively. At 15 °C, all clams previously acclimatized at 15 °C survived for 58 h at low RH and 102 h at high RH. These differences can potentially be exploited to improve the shipment of clams. The aerial respiration experiment showed that the increase of the oxygen consumption rate at 25 °C was greater than that at 15 °C, following an increase in exposure time. The aerial respiration rates of the clams were ? 41.6% and 50.0% of those in water at 25 and 15 °C, respectively. The survival of the clams in air was dependent on aerobic rather than anaerobic respiration

 

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