Physiology and the Environment

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Physiology and the Environment by Mind Map: Physiology and the Environment

1. RESPONSE

2. Normal

2.1. tide

2.2. light

2.3. lunar

2.4. salinity

2.5. dessication

2.6. Temperature

3. pathogen

3.1. bacteria

3.2. virus

3.3. protist

3.4. eukaryote

4. Anthropogenic

4.1. organic

4.2. pH

4.3. Tempertature

4.4. PCP

4.5. pharms

4.6. plastics

4.7. heavy metals

4.8. DO

5. PHYSICAL STRESS

6. IMMUNE

7. Life Happens

7.1. starvation

7.2. community

7.3. mating

7.4. finding mates

7.5. senescence

8. Fishing and Aquaculture

8.1. nets

8.2. crowding

8.3. handling

8.4. physical stress

8.5. noise

9. REPRODUCTION

10. GROWTH

11. SENSORY

12. EFFLUX TRANSPORTER (ABC)

13. SENESCENCE

14. REPRODUCTION

15. GENERAL STRESS

16. LAB

16.1. Extended

16.1.1. Assay

16.1.1.1. Gene Expression

16.1.1.1.1. general

16.1.1.1.2. specific

16.1.1.2. Protein

16.1.1.3. Hormone?

16.1.1.3.1. responsible enzyme

16.1.1.4. Behavior

16.1.2. Animal

16.1.2.1. Bacteria

16.1.2.2. Shellfish

16.1.2.2.1. gill

16.1.2.2.2. hemocytes

16.1.2.3. Fish

16.1.2.3.1. brain

16.1.2.3.2. liver

16.1.2.3.3. gill

16.1.2.3.4. blood

16.1.3. Stress

16.1.3.1. Temperature

16.1.3.2. pH

16.1.3.3. Oxygen

16.1.3.4. Density

16.1.3.5. Challenge

16.1.3.6. Host tissue (pathogen)

16.1.3.7. predators

16.2. 1 day

16.2.1. oyster spin

16.2.2. histology

16.2.2.1. New node

16.3. muscle fatigue