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hemolymph

 [he´mo-limf]
1. blood and lymph.
2. the bloodlike fluid of invertebrates having open blood-vascular systems.

he·mo·lymph

(hē'mō-limf),
1. The blood and lymph, in the sense of a "circulating tissue."
2. The nutrient fluid of certain invertebrates.
[hemo- + L. lympha, clear water]

hemolymph

/he·mo·lymph/ (he´mo-limf″)
1. blood and lymph.
2. the bloodlike fluid of those invertebrates having open blood-vascular systems.

hemolymph

(hē′mə-lĭmf′)
n.
The circulatory fluid of arthropods and some mollusks, analogous to blood and lymph in vertebrates.

he′mo·lym·phat′ic (-lĭm-făt′ĭk) adj.

he·mo·lymph

(hē'mō-limf)
1. Blood and lymph, considered together.
2. The nutrient fluid of certain invertebrates.
Synonym(s): haemolymph.
[hemo- + L. lympha, clear water]

hemolymph

1. blood and lymph.
2. the bloodlike fluid of invertebrates having open blood-vascular systems.

hemolymph node
see hemal node.
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Ion changes in the haemolymph were investigated over the course of the experiment.
A sample of 10 [micro]L of haemolymph was collected with 4[degrees]C refrigerated syringes, fixed in 4% formaldehyde-MAS (27 mM sodium citrate, 336 mM NaCl, 115 mM glucose, 9 mM EDTA, pH 7.
Effect of cortisone and Hydrocortisone on the biochemical changes in the fat body and haemolymph of the silkworm, Bombyx mori (L).
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Detection of unconjugated and conjugated steroids in the ovary, eggs, and haemolymph of the decapod crustacean Neprops norvegicus.
Seasonal and thermal effects on the concentration of the haemolymph in the New Zealand freshwater crayfish Paranephrops zealandicus white.
Manganese in the haemolymph and tissues of the Norway lobster, Nephrops norvegicus (L.
Phenoloxidase activity in the haemolymph and haemocytes of the marine mussel Mytilus edulis.
Haemolymph samples were taken using a fine capillary with a plunger at the axillae of the 5th swimmer leg and were allowed to clot overnight at 4[degrees]C.
Organic compounds in the extrapallial fluid and haemolymph of Anodonta cygnea (L.