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The goal of this project was to quantify the background physiological condition of mussels in the Minnesota and St. Croix River basins using glycogen as an indicator of physiological stress. We obtained 230 samples of foot tissue from Lampsilis cardium (n=118) and Lasmigona complanata (n=112) from a total of four rivers during September 1-5, 2015. From each sample, we weighed out a 10.0 ± 2.0 mg aliquot for glycogen determination by the alkaline digestion and phenol-sulfuric acid spectrophotometric method. The accuracy of glycogen determinations was quantified by the use of procedural blanks, replicates of an in-house reference material, triplicate analysis of four aqueous calibration standards, duplicate analysis...
Adenovirus-Mediated Transfer of Human Acid Maltase Gene Reduces Glycogen Accumulation in Skeletal Muscle of Japanese Quail with Acid Maltase Deficiency
Effect of environmental factors on the growth, glycogen and hemoglobin content of cultured arkshell Scapharca broughtonii
Differences in tolerance to and recovery from zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) fouling by Elliptio complanata and Lampsilis radiata
Delivery of glucose-6-phosphatase in a canine model for glycogen storage disease, type Ia, with adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors
To quantify the responses of native mussel to the range of environmental conditions in the Minnesota River and St. Croix River basins, laboratory experiments will examine the physiological responses of mussels to different levels of suspended sediment and bed instability over a range of flow rates. Experiments will be conducted in the Outdoor StreamLab and flumes at the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory at the University of Minnesota. The experimental streams allow for direct manipulation of environmental conditions in a field-scale channel while collecting laboratory quality measurements. Laboratory experiments will focus on mussel response to suspended sediment (water quality) and bed instability (increased flows or...
Variation among four health indices in natural populations of the estuarine fish, Fundulus heteroclitus (Pisces, Cyprinodontidae), from five geographically proximate estuaries.
Biomarkers of Sublethal Stress in the Soft-sediment Bivalve Austrovenus stutchburyi Exposed In-situ to Contaminated Sediment in an Urban New Zealand Harbour
Effects of starvation on tissue glycogen and the activity of dehydrogenases in the frog, Rana hexadactyla (Lesson).
Determination of the microbial diversity of anaerobic-aerobic activated sludge by a novel molecular biological technique
Some Preliminary Findings on the Nutritional Status of the Hawaiian Spiny Lobster (Panulirus marginatus)
Effect of tributyltin oxide (TBTO) on glycogen metabolism in estuarine edible blood clam Anadara rhombea
Study of glycogen, lactate, total fats, protein, and glucose concentration in the liver of the frog Rana ridibunda, after exposure to cadmium for 30 days