By J.L. Arpigny, J. Coyette, S. Davail, G. Feller, E. Fonze, E.C. Foulkes, J.-M. Frere, R. Fujii, S. Genicot, C. Gerday, B. Joris, J. Lamotte-Brasseur, J.N. Maina, E. Narinx, M. Nguyen-Disteche, N. Oshima, A. Vairengo, Z. Zekhnini
ADVANCES IN COMPARATIVE AND ENVIRONMENTAL body structure is helping biologists, physiologists, and biochemists hold song of the huge literature in thefield. delivering complete, built-in experiences and sound, serious, and provocative summaries, this sequence is a needs to for all energetic researchers in environmental and comparative body structure. the current quantity includes six studies on: - Motile actions of Fish Chromatophores. - Epithelial delivery of Heavy Metals. - Heavy steel Cytotoxicity in Marine Organisms. - Comparative Pulmonary Morphology and Morphometry. - Molecular variations in Resistance to Penicillins. - Molecular diversifications of Enzymes From Thermophilic and Psychrophilic Organisms.
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1984) detected the apparent liberation of ATP from chromatic nerves in response to electrical stimulation. They concluded that ATP is released as a co-transmitter from the postganglionic sympathetic fibers together with the true transmitter, norepinephrine. The concurrent release of the true transmitter and the cotransmitter from the fibers to chromatophores has been confirmed in experiments with radiolabeled compounds (Kumazawa and Fujii 1984, 1986). The peripheral nervous mechanism, as characterized to date, is shown schematically in Fig.
Satake (1980) detected the same effect in goldfish erythrophores after intracranial injection of the principle. Motile iridophores of neon tetras (Oshima et al. 1989) and of blue-green damselfish (Kasukawa et al. 1987) responded to the amine by the LR response. In all cases, the direction of the response was the same as that to sympathetic stimuli. Leucosomes in the leucophores of the medaka aggregated in response to melatonin (Obika 1976,1988). Being the opposite of that to sympathetic signals, the response of these chromatophores seemed to be rather peculiar because light-reflecting and -absorbing chromatophores usually behave in opposite ways.
Helleri), as well as xanthophores and amelanotic melanophores of the medaka (Oryzias latipes), respond quite similarly to the melanophores of many fishes. The action of MCH on the motile iridophores of the damselfish type (Oshima et al. 1989) and of the goby type (Iga and Matsuno 1986) is quite the opposite of that of MSH, as is the case for light-absorbing chromatophores. In every case, specific receptors are considered to be responsible for transducing the signal. As an exceptional case, the leucophores of the medaka were found to respond to MCH by dispersion of pigment (Oshima et al.
Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology by J.L. Arpigny, J. Coyette, S. Davail, G. Feller, E. Fonze, E.C. Foulkes, J.-M. Frere, R. Fujii, S. Genicot, C. Gerday, B. Joris, J. Lamotte-Brasseur, J.N. Maina, E. Narinx, M. Nguyen-Disteche, N. Oshima, A. Vairengo, Z. Zekhnini