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7. The relationship between rate of oxygen consumption and filtration rate in Mytilus californianus. , 1976a; Bayne and Scullard, 1977b; Navarro and Winter, 1982). Bayne and Scullard (1977b) starved Mytilus edulis until the metabolic rate declined to a steady rate and then placed individual mussels into respirometers in which filtration rates and ammonia-nitrogen excretion, as well as oxygen consumption, could be monitored. After a period of equi libration, the mussels were fed for 1 hr only, after which they were monitored for a further 3 0 - 3 6 hr.
5, with an average close to 2, which represents a doubling of rate with each 10°C increase in temperature. The actual values obtained are specific to particular temperature ranges and vary not only with the thermal history of the experimental animals but with their activity levels, body sizes, and reproductive condition. Thermal effects on metabolism, or any other rate function, are thus often better depicted in the form of rate/temperature or R/T curves, which show how rates vary over a complete range of tem peratures.
Griffiths 300 £ 200 100h 10 20 Exposure temperature (°C) 30 10 20 30 Acclimation temperature (°C) Fig. 10. (A) Effects of exposure temperature on the routine rate of oxygen consumption in Ostrea edulis (285 mg dry flesh weight) following acclimation to temperatures of 5-25°C for up to 70 days. (B) Routine rates of oxygen consumption at the acclimation temperatures shown in (A). ) is at the upper end of the thermal range for this species. , 1977). Juvenile O. , 1981). Filtration efficiency is thus maximal at or near 15°C.