teleost fish osmoregulation

7.3B). 9, No. 1, Veterinary Clinics of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, Vol. Most of our knowledge of the transporters involved in ion uptake and secretion in fish comes from ion substitution and phamacological studies. In this paper I will review recent evidence for the hormones involved in development and differentiation of transport epithelia that control the ability of teleost fish to move between fresh water and seawater. VIP receptor gene expression has been found in gill, gut, kidney and other tissues of goldfish (Chow, 1997). The initial immunolocalizations used heterologous antibodies, but Hirose's laboratory used homologous antibodies to demonstrate apical NHE3 in gill MRC in Osorezan dace, which was upregulated when the fish were acclimated to low-pH fresh water (52). Komourdjian, M. P., R. L. Saunders, and J. C. Fenwick. In primary cultures of gill cells from sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax), prostaglandin and arginine vasotocin stimulated short-circuit current and serosal to mucosal chloride transport (Avella et al., 1999). 339, No. 53, No. 303, No. During the past 70 years, their research descendents have used chemical, radioisotopic, pharmacological, cellular, and molecular techniques to further characterize the gill transport mechanisms and begin to study the signaling molecules that modulate these processes. 1, 8 February 2017 | Mine Water and the Environment, Vol. 5, 27 November 2015 | Fish Physiology and Biochemistry, Vol. 10, No. Fish are either osmoconformers or osmoregulators. 37, No. 5, 21 February 2014 | Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, Vol. Cortisol is also apparently acting to promote the development of the ‘freshwater’ morphology of chloride cells (Perry et al., 1992). Evidence collected in the last 15 yr indicates that the growth hormone/insulin-like growth factor I (GH/IGF-I) axis is also important in the seawater acclimation process of teleosts. The need to respond to salinity change may be rapid, such as during tidal cycles or rapid movements through estuaries, or slow, such as in the seasonal or ontogenetic acquisition of salinity tolerance in anadromous fish. Bolton, J. P., N. L. Collie, H. Kawauchi, and T. Hirano. Prunet, P., M. Pisam, J. P. Claireaux, G. Boeuf, and A. Rambourg. Freshwater fishes excrete a large volume of dilute urine and actively transport solutes back into their blood. (1969) concluded that “Both ACTH (either directly or by stimulating adrenal steroid production) and prolactin act together to maintain water and electrolyte balance of the freshwater fish.” This conclusion was based on ion flux studies in several teleost species that had been hypophysectomized and/or interrenalectomized and had hormone replacement therapy. Recent evidence, however, indicates that GH/IGF-I effects on salinity acclimation may be widespread among teleosts. 5, 17 March 2014 | Aquaculture Research, Vol. Address for reprint requests and other correspondence: D. H. Evans, Dept. 10, 16 February 2012 | Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, Vol. This effect can be seen in both hypophysectomized and intact fish (Björnsson et al., 1987; Madsen, 1990a). This time course was too rapid to be explained by changes in body size, thus indicating that GH has osmoregulatory actions independent of its effect on growth. In reviewing the evidence prior to 1969, Chester Jones et al. In Vitro doi: 10.1668/0003-1569(2001)041[0781:ECOOIT]2.0.CO;2. 357, No. This evidence comes primarily from studies on salmonids where the gene sequences of these hormones are known and assays for quantitation of gene expression, circulating levels and receptors have been developed. Salmo salar, Chan, S. J., E. M. Plisetskaya, E. Urbinati, Y. Jin, and D. F. Steiner. J Endocrinol. Part A, Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Comp. See text for details. There is a similarly complex picture of multihormonal regulation of ion transport in the gut. T1 - Intestinal transport processes in marine fish osmoregulation. Likewise, he found that Na+ uptake was similar from solutions of NaCl, NaBr, NaHCO3, and NaNO3, demonstrating that Na+ uptake was independent of Cl− uptake. AU - Grosell, Martin. 2 E-mail: "textbook view" of the endocrinology of Iwata, M., S. Komatsu, S. Hasegawa, T. Ogasawara, and T. Hirano. Most recently, pillar cells have been shown to express EDNRB in the cod (131) and EDNRA in the fugu (134). 187, No. The basic 'epithelial fabric' in each of these tissues is adapted to provide the appropriate transport mechanisms depending upon whether the fish is in fresh water or sea water. Plasma osmolality of hypophysectomized eels in fresh water is increased after cortisol treatment (Chan et al., 1968). One of our research challenges will be to determine how the endocrine control of osmoregulation differs among teleosts, and to what degree it has been shaped by natural selection and reflects the adaptive capacities of species and populations. Like most comparative physiologists, we have had to use heterologous antibodies for these immunohistochemical localizations, but we have been careful to find antibodies, when possible, that have been made against known epitopes on the antigenic protein that share relatively high sequence homologies with the fish sequences. 1.Mechanisms of osmoregulation by teleost fishes. Support for Krogh's hypothesis for the mechanisms of gill Na+ and Cl− uptake by freshwater fishes awaited the advent of radioisotopes after World War II. Osmoregulation: movement of water and ions in saltwater (marine) fish. Passive ion movements are denoted by dashed arrows; active by solid arrows. See Am J Physiol 7: R139–R276, 1980, for a symposium in his honor, which provides the state-of-the-art in fish osmoregulation at that time. 73, No. He suggested that Cl− uptake was probably in exchange for HCO3−. -ATPase, Na+/NH4+-ATPase, and Levels of IGF-I mRNA in gill and kidney increases following GH injection and exposure to seawater, indicating that local production of IGF-I may act in a paracrine fashion to influence transport capacity of gill and renal epithelia (Sakamoto and Hirano, 1993). It is not difficult to imagine that in some marine species, (e.g., seabream) that cortisol acts primarily to promote ion uptake mechanisms (Mancera et al., 1994). It is important to reconcile the cooperative aspects of prolactin and cortisol on ion uptake with the well-established antagonism of prolactin toward cortisol's induction of salt secretory mechanisms. teleost osmoregulation, and several α-subunit isoforms have been identified. 4, 27 May 2020 | Integrative and Comparative Biology, Vol. 8, No. }, author={D. H. Evans}, journal={American journal of physiology. 1, Science of The Total Environment, Vol. Seidelin, M., S. S. Madsen, A. Byrialsen, and K. Kristiansen. Cortisol also promotes acclimation to fresh water by maintaining ion transporters and chloride cells, and by interacting to some degree with prolactin. 121). In opposition to these actions, acetylcholine and serotonin inhibit NaCl and water absorption in the intestine of Japanese eel (Ando and Hara, 1994). The effect of VIP is interesting in light of its physiological relevance in stimulating chloride secretion of the shark rectal gland (Stoff et al., 1979). Early studies demonstrated the importance of prolactin or survival of teleosts in fresh water (87, 110, 116) and cortisol for acclimation to sea water (40, 94). They also knew that freshwater teleosts, or euryhaline marine teleosts in fresh water, had a significantly lower plasma salt content, but they were still distinctly hyperosmotic to their environment (∼300 mOsm/l vs. ∼1 mOsm/l), with Na+ and Cl− the dominant ions in the plasma. 32, No. 42, No. Initial studies suggested that the EDN receptors expressed in fish vasculature were EDNRA-like in the trout (83), eel, and lamprey (35), but that EDNRB-like receptors mediated the responses in the shark ventral aorta (32, 34). 21, No. 225, No. 10, No. Peter, M. S., R. C. Lock, and S. W. Bonga. To counteract potential dehydration, marine teleost’s drink sea water and actively excrete excess salts. 119. Effect of Water pH and Hardness on Survival and Growth of Freshwater Teleosts Jorge Erick Garcia Parra and Bernardo … (69). I thank Dave Towle and Joan Ferraris for organizing the symposium “Osmoregulation: An Integrated Approach,” and the National Science Foundation for its financial support. In this opercular tissue, however, inhibition of cyclooxygenase had a much greater effect, suggesting that prostaglandins (specifically PGE2 in this case) play a bigger role mediating the response (38).1616There is good evidence that prostaglandins, not NO, are the major endothelium-derived vasoactive agents in fishes (33, 101). 6, 8 June 2016 | Evolutionary Applications, Vol. McCormick, S. D., T. Sakamoto, S. Hasegawa, and T. Hirano. Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology; Faculty of Science; Research output: Contribution to journal › Article. /K In freshwater, teleost fish gain water across their gills by osmosis, while in seawater they lose it. T3 treatment upregulates the number of gill cortisol receptors in rainbow trout and increases the in vitro capacity of cortisol to increase gill Na+, K+ATPase activity (Shrimpton and McCormick, 1999). [Google Scholar] 22. Subsequent studies by the Olson group isolated trout EDN and confirmed that it produced concentration-dependent contractions of isolated trout blood vessels (142), as well as an increase in gill resistance in the intact trout (54) and spiny dogfish (108). The effect of prostaglandins in this system contrasts with the inhibitory effects noted above, and may be due to the apparent absence of chloride cells in gill cell primary cultures. 37.]. Recent evidence suggests that gill neural or epithelial cells may function as local control sites via secretion of paracrines, such as endothelin (59), prostanoids (8), nitric oxide, and even superoxide ions (reviewed in Ref. Plasma levels of GH increase following seawater exposure of coho, chum and Atlantic salmon and rainbow trout (Sakamoto et al., 1993). Funkenstein, B., R. Almuly, and S. J. Chan. Freshwater teleost’s are hyperosmotic to their environment and therefore tend to gain water and lose solutes by diffusion across the thin membranes of the gills and pharynx. 10Keys left fish physiology a few years later but went on to a very distinguished career in nutrition, including the formulation of “K rations” during World War II and the first discussion of the link between cardiovascular disease and dietary lipid intake. 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The European flounder spends most of its life in the sea but often migrates into estuaries and rivers. 1, 6 December 2017 | Journal of Experimental Neuroscience, Vol. 1, 12 December 2018 | Pflügers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology, Vol. Marsigliante, S., A. Muscella, G. P. Vinson, and C. Storelli. 331, No. The definitive proof that the “chloride cell” was the site of the Cl− extrusion came five years later, when Kevin Foskett showed clear Cl− currents when a microprobe was placed over “chloride cells” in the opercular skin of tilapia, which also has high concentrations of these cells (41). 72 and 129), Krogh, Smith, and Keys knew that the plasma of marine teleosts was hyposmotic to seawater, with ∼60% less NaCl per liter than the marine environment. 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In the past decade, “chloride cells” have been renamed “mitochondrion-rich cells,” or MRC, and IHC localization of Na+-K+-activated ATPase has been used to visualize the cells in specific regions of the gill of many species of teleosts, as well as in elasmobranchs and agnathans (reviewed in Ref. See text for details. ANP stimulates chloride secretion in the isolated opercular membrane of seawater-acclimated mummichog (Scheide and Zadunaisky, 1988), and inhibits ion and water absorption in the intestine of winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) and Japanese eel (O'Grady et al., 1985; Loretz and Takei, 1997). 60, No. 9, 4 January 2016 | Scientific Reports, Vol. Pituitary AVT content in FW-adapted flounders greatly exceeds that in SW-adapted fish. See text for details. Fig. In Atlantic salmon, plasma IGF-I remains elevated for 2–14 days following seawater exposure (S. D. McCormick, T. Bj. 48, No. − Smith reviewed his work in 1932 (129), including his studies of freshwater and marine elasmobranchs, as well as his thoughts about the origin and evolution of the vertebrate kidney, which will not be reviewed here66A nontechnical discussion of Smith's work can be found in his famous “From Fish to Philosopher” (127).. That review also included the first reference to the concurrent research of Ancel Keys, which provided the missing piece of the marine teleost model—proof that salt is secreted by the gill. 3, 14 August 2018 | Frontiers in Physiology, Vol. Urea is produced from highly toxic ammonia, the direct product of protein metabolism, by the liver. 310, No. It would be of interest to examine whether GH increases the number of stem cells with high levels of cortisol receptors as described above. 168, No. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. In fishes some excretion also takes place in the digestive tract, skin, and especially the gills (where ammonia is given off). Fig. AmJ Physiol-Reg I 295:R704–R713. 305, No. Osmoregulation In Marine Fish. Epinephrine acting through α2-adrenergic receptors is probably the most physiologically relevant inhibitor of chloride secretion in teleosts (Marshall, 1995). (1976) found that long term GH treatment increased both the size and salinity tolerance of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). 4, 11 February 2020 | Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology, Vol. In osmoregulation, Na + and Cl − predominate. These findings indicate that cortisol and growth hormone may interact, with GH causing general cell proliferation in the gill, creating more stem cells that can then be acted on by cortisol. 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Fig. The most significant examples, because the fish were shown to be PROLACTIN AND OSMOREGULATION TABLE 1 TELEOST FISHES IN WHICH HYPOPHYSECTOMY DEFINITELY PREVENTS SURVIVAL IN FRESHWATER Species Reference Prolactin Other hormones effective effective Fundulus heteroclitus 1, 2, 3, Yes No Poecilia latipinna 4, 5, 6, Yes No, P. formosa 7 - - P. … 300, No. I thank all of the members of my laboratory who have contributed to our understanding of the hormonal control of osmoregulation, especially Mark Shrimpton and Juan Miguel Mancera. In brown trout, IGF-I treatment increased gill but not intestinal Na+, K+ATPase, whereas cortisol increased both (Seidelin et al., 1999). In freshwater, teleost fish gain water across their gills by osmosis, while in seawater they lose it. Devlin, R. H., P. Swanson, W. C. Clarke, E. Plisetskaya, W. Dickhoff, Moriyama, T. Y. Yesaki, and C. L. Hew. She currently is looking forward to her 90th birthday in September. The remainder of this short review will discuss our recent data on endothelin. As the primary link between environmental change and physiological response, the neuroendocrine system is a critical part of osmoregulatory adaptations. 16). Cortisol has been viewed as … Keys found that the presence of the heart was critical to the hemodynamic success of the preparation, and he suggested that “the perfusion medium derives a hormone, or hormones, from the heart, which acts to preserve capillary tone.” This proposition that the heart might produce a vasoactive substance predates DeBold's discovery of atrial natriuretic peptides by 50 years (15). Madsen, S. S., M. K. Jensen, J. Nohr, and K. Kristiansen. These cells express relatively high V-type H+-ATPase activity and a phenamil-sensitive Na+ uptake (120) and may be equivalent to “cuboidal cells” described in the killifish gill (77). Burgess, D. W., W. S. Marshall, and C. M. Wood. Our working model involves some unknown trigger (external salinity, blood osmolarity, blood pressure, oxygen tension?) 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Most important, he measured Cl− uptake from a variety of Cl salt solutions (e.g., NaCl, KCl, NH4Cl, and CaCl2) and found that the cation made no difference, indicating that Cl− uptake was independent of Na+ uptake. In salmonids, growth hormone acts in synergy with cortisol to increase seawater tolerance, at least partly through the upregulation of gill cortisol receptors. Laurent et al. 10/8/2020 10 Lamprey invasion of the Great Lakes • Lampreys evolved their osmoregulatory ability for fresh/sea water independently of teleost fish • Lamprey’s Gill osmoregulation shows convergent evolution with marine teleost fish Osmoregulation in Lampreys has evolved INDEPENDENTLY Hagfish are osmoconformers and ionoregulators ‐ slime/581002/ • Hagfish are osmoconformers, (i.e. 1, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Vol. Because of these osmotic and ionic gradients, they knew that marine teleosts were constantly dehydrated and salt loaded (depending upon their gill epithelial water and ionic permeabilities), while freshwater teleosts were overhydrated and salt depleted.33It is interesting to consider that the osmoregulatory problems attending a finite gill salt and water permeability are the result of the thin, highly perfused gill structure that is vital for gas exchange. In addition to its role in ion secretion, many studies indicate that cortisol is also involved in ion uptake and can interact positively with prolactin, indicating that cortisol has a dual osmoregulatory function in teleosts. 9, 15 August 2013 | American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, Vol. Sodium may enter the gill epithelia by exchange with H+, or through an apical Na+ channel coupled to an apical H+-ATPase, and then leave at the basolateral surface through Na+, K+ATPase. 3, 12 September 2016 | Molecular Ecology, Vol. Examination of the mechanisms of action of GH and IGF-I to promote salinity tolerance indicates that the gill is an important target tissue. 41.55 ; USGS, Conte Anadromous Fish … DOI link for Fish Osmoregulation. A partial sequence and characterization of the IGF-I receptors in fish has been documented (Drakenberg et al., 1993; Elies et al., 1996; Chan et al., 1997; Funkenstein et al., 1997), but there is currently no information on its distribution in transport epithelia. 3, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, Vol. For example, the Na + /H + ‐exchanger in teleost fish differs from the H + /2Na + (or Ca 2+)‐exchanger in crustaceans. Interestingly, Hwang's group has recently published a cloning and immunohistochemical (IHC) study that demonstrated both apical V-type H+-ATPase and NHE3 in the same, non-NKA cell in the zebrafish gill; V-type H+-ATPase was upregulated during acidosis, and NHE3 was upregulated in a reduced Na+ solution (145). (1994) found that GH increased the number of α-chloride cells and accessory cells (both thought to be involved in salt secretion), and decreased the number of β-cells (putative ion uptake cells) in juvenile Atlantic salmon. 7, No. In other species (e.g., salmonids), cortisol may have the capacity to simultaneously increase both ion uptake and secretory capacity by increasing the number of chloride cells. Thus, in a single publication, Smith proposed the basic outline of marine teleost fish osmoregulation: ingestion of seawater, retrieval of NaCl (and some Mg 2+ and ) and water from the intestine, followed by excretion of the divalents via the urine, and the monovalents across the gills. For the latter, he was featured on the cover of Time on January 13, 1961. There is substantial evidence indicating that the major transporters involved in salt secretion in the gill includes basolaterally located Na+, K+-ATPase (the sodium pump) and Na+, K+, 2Cl− cotransporter (NKCC), and an apical Cl− channel that appears to be homologous with the cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (see Fig. in some species, including marine teleosts. Although these represent a small number of the total number of teleosts, they are widely spread within the teleost lineage: salmonids appeared early in teleost evolution, while Fundulus and tilapia belong in the two most recently evolved teleost clades (Atherinomorpha and Percomorpha; Helfman et al., 1997). 11, No. 93, No. From this event, thousands of genes have been kept as duplicates, with frequent divergent evolution in different teleost sublineages. Foskett, J. K., H. A. Bern, T. E. Machen, and M. Conner. There is another type of fish, which roams both in sea water and fresh water. The results of studies on catecholamine control of ion uptake are contradictory: studies using the isolated head found that catecholamines stimulate sodium and chloride influx, whereas in vivo approaches found inhibition of ion influx (Mayer-Gostan et al., 1987). As discussed above, cortisol has largely been identified as a seawater-adapting hormone in a large number of teleost species. He passed away at 100 in 2004 and is featured in an obituary at the APS Web site: of the perfusate (fish saline) or irrigate (seawater) before and after the gill, Keys showed clearly that Cl− was excreted across the gills (into the seawater irrigation solution) despite the nearly threefold concentration gradient in the opposite direction. To promote ion uptake in freshwater and saltwater fish is provided support a role of cortisol salt. Unknown trigger ( external salinity, blood pressure, oxygen tension? a role 'mineralocorticoids... Hazon 5 stoff, J., T., K. Yano, M. Yamasaki, Yano. 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