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The Na/K-ATPase in the gills of Antarctic and New Zealand nototheniids: The Physiologic and Molecular Effects of Warm-acclimation.
(Creighton University, 2002)
Antarctic fish, living in -2°C waters, have a serum osmolality of « 600mOsm/kg nearly double that of temperate teleosts. The increase in serum osmolality is due to proportional increases in the Na" and CT concentrations ...