Responses to ultraviolet radiation in larval pike, Esox lucius, of two origins and ages
Vehniäinen, E.-R., Häkkinen, J., & Oikari, A. (2007). Responses to ultraviolet radiation in larval pike, Esox lucius, of two origins and ages. Boreal Environmental Research, 12(6), 673-680. http://www.borenv.net/BER/pdfs/ber12/ber12-673.pdf
Published inBoreal Environmental Research
Ultraviolet radiation (UVR)-induced mortality and behavioural disorder were studied in larval northern pike of two origins and ages. Newly hatched larvae of two differently coloured populations and six-day-old larvae of one population were exposed to four fluence rates of UVR, resulting in total doses from 11.5 to 63 kJ m–2, and monitored for mortality and behaviour. The rate of mortality and the severity of behavioural disorder differed by origin and age of the animals, but the effect was fluence-rate dependent. Total melanin concentration of newly hatched larvae was measured to assess if sensitivity to UVR correlated with pigmentation, but no differences in melanin concentration between larvae from different origins were found.
Publication in research information system
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items with similar title or keywords.
Fluence rate or cumulative dose? : Vulnerability of larval northern pike (Esox lucius) to ultraviolet radiation Vehniäinen, Eeva-Riikka; Häkkinen, Jani; Oikari, Aimo (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.; American Society for Photobiology, 2007)Newly hatched larvae of northern pike were exposed in the laboratory to four fluence rates of ultraviolet radiation (UVR; 290–400 nm) over three different time periods, resulting in total doses ranging from 3.0 ± 0.2 to ...
Lavrinienko, Anton; Hämäläinen, Anni; Hindström, Rasmus; Tukalenko, Eugene; Boratyński, Zbyszek; Kivisaari, Kati; Mousseau, Timothy A.; Watts, Phillip C.; Mappes, Tapio (Wiley, 2021)Species identity is thought to dominate over environment in shaping wild rodent gut microbiota, but it remains unknown whether the responses of host gut microbiota to shared anthropogenic habitat impacts are species‐specific ...
Mappes, Tapio; Boratynski, Zbigniew; Kivisaari, Kati; Lavrinienko, Anton; Milinevsky, Gennadi; Mousseau, Timothy A.; Møller, Anders P.; Tukalenko, Eugene; Watts, Phillip (Ecological Society of America, 2019)Nuclear accidents underpin the need to quantify the ecological mechanisms which determine injury to ecosystems from chronic low‐dose radiation. Here, we tested the hypothesis that ecological mechanisms interact with ionizing ...
Praks,J.; Mughal, M. Rizwan; Vainio, R.; Janhunen, P.; Envall, J.; Oleynik, P.; Näsilä, A.; Leppinen, H.; Niemelä, P.; Slavinskis, A.; Gieseler, J.; Toivanen, P.; Tikka, T.; Peltola, T.; Bosser, A.; Schwarzkopf, G.; Jovanovic, N.; Riwanto, B.; Kestilä, A.; Punkkinen, A.; Punkkinen, R.; Hedman, H.-P.; Säntti, T.; Lill, J.-O.; Slotte, J.M.K.; Kettunen, H.; Virtanen, A. (Elsevier, 2021)The design, integration, testing and launch of the first Finnish satellite Aalto-1 is briefly presented in this paper. Aalto-1, a three-unit CubeSat, launched into Sun-synchronous polar orbit at an altitude of approximately ...
Original data for article: Visible Implant Elastomer (VIE) success in early larval stages of a tropical amphibian species Fouilloux, Chloe; Garcia-Costoya, Guillermo; Rojas, Bibiana (University of Jyväskylä, Open Science Centre. email@example.com, 2020)Animals are often difficult to distinguish at an individual level, but being able to identify individuals can be crucial in ecological or behavioral studies. In response to this challenge, biologists have developed a range ...