Changes in osmotic water permeability of the eel gills during seawater and freshwater adaptation View Full Text


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1984-01

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Tsuyoshi Ogasawara, Tetsuya Hirano

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Changes in osmotic water permeability of the isolated gills of the Japanese eel,Anguilla japonica were studied during transfer to seawater or to fresh water. The water permeability increased gradually during the course of seawater transfer and attained a maximal level after 2 weeks. The water permeability of the freshwater eel gills was reduced when calcium ions were added to the incubation medium at a concentration of 1 mM, where-as no effect of the ion was observed on the gills of the seawater-adapted eel even at a higher concentration (10 mM). In contrast to seawater transfer, the water permeability decreased to a low level almost immediately (3 h) after transfer from seawater to fresh water. The acute reduction of the water permeability was also seen in the gills of the hypophysectomized eel after transfer to fresh water. The gradual increase in the gill water permeability during seawater transfer is correlated with an increase in the number of chloride cells. In scanning electron microscopy, chloride cells of seawater-adapted eel gills exhibit a pit-like structure, which was larger than in the freshwater eel. On transfer from seawater to fresh water, the pit diameter became smaller within 6 h. Hypophysectomy did not affect the change in gill surface structures during transfer to fresh water. The junctions between the chloride cells of seawater eel gills are reported to be of the leaky type. The parallel change in osmotic water permeability and in pit size of the chloride cells during seawater or freshwater transfer or after hypophysectomy suggests that these cells could provide a major route of water as well as ion movement. More... »

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3-11

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Journal of Comparative Physiology B

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1

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