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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v42.i2.70
pages 79-86

Effect of Different Concentrations of Cadmium Bromide on Physicochemical Properties of Hemolymph in Planorbarius purpura (Mollusca: Pulmonata: Bulinidae)

G. Ye. Kyrychuk
Zhytomyr National University Zhytomyr, Ukraine
A. P. Stadnichenko
Ivan Franko Zhytomyr University Zhytomyr, Ukraine
L. D. Ivanenko
Zhitomir State University, Zhitomir, Ukraine
A. M. Kirichuk
Zhitomir State University, Zhitomir, Ukraine


Effects of the trematode invasion (infection) and solution of cadmium bromide (1, 5, and 10 mg/dm3); on physicochemical properties of hemolymph (volume, hemoglobin availability per unit of the total body mass and soft body mass, and active reaction) of Planorbarius purpura were studied. At 5 mg/dm3 of the toxicant in uninfected individuals and at 1 mg/dm3 in infected by trematodes individuals, a statistically significant increase of hemolymph volume was registered (there was no such increase at 10 mg/dm3). At all toxic mediums used in the experiments, an active reaction of hemolymph has shifted to the acidic side. In a solution with 1 mg/dm3 of toxicant the hemoglobin provision per unit of the total body mass and soft body mass is statistically increased in both invasion-free individuals and individuals infected by trematodes.

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