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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

(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]
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Proteomic analysis of differentially expressed proteins in haemolymph of Scylla serrata response to white spot syndrome virus infection.
Mingmuang, "Morphology and haemolymph composition changes in red sternum mud crab (Scylla serrata)" Kasetsart Journal-Natural Science, vol.
Haemolymph samples were collected weekly for lobsters in premoult and those that underwent moulting and the serum protein concentration was measured immediately; haemolymph samples continued to be collected from the moulted lobsters until the experiment was terminated.
Few studies have dealt with the action of these types of molecule on chronic wounds in in vivo models; the role of fat bodies and the haemolymph remains unknown regarding the physiopathology of the processes involved in wound-healing stages using experimentation animal models, highlighting the clinical relevance and reproducibility of the findings.
The effect of unilateral and bilateral eyestalk ablation on haemolymph osmotic and ionic regulation and gill Na+/K+-ATPase activity in Marsupenaeus japonicus (Bate, 1888) (Decapoda, Natantia).
The activity of both enzymes participating in trehalose synthesis has been confirmed in the muscles, haemolymph, and reproductive system of A.
Haemolymph defence of an invasive herbivore: its breadth of effectiveness against predators.
Cafrune, "Some quantitative aspects of natural Babesial infection in the haemolymph of Boophilus microplus engorged female ticks," Parasite, vol.
The crushing and wiping of the Paederus beetle on the skin causes an acute dermatitis within 24 hours, corresponding in shape and dimension to the area affected by the release of the vesicating agent paederin found in the haemolymph of the beetle.