The behavioral and antioxidant response of the bivalve Gomphina veneriformis to sediment burial effect

Xiaojing Li Linlin Chen Zhengquan Zhou Baoquan Li Xin Liu

Xiaojing Li, Linlin Chen, Zhengquan Zhou, Baoquan Li, Xin Liu. The behavioral and antioxidant response of the bivalve Gomphina veneriformis to sediment burial effect[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-020-1690-1
Citation: Xiaojing Li, Linlin Chen, Zhengquan Zhou, Baoquan Li, Xin Liu. The behavioral and antioxidant response of the bivalve Gomphina veneriformis to sediment burial effect[J]. Acta Oceanologica Sinica. doi: 10.1007/s13131-020-1690-1

doi: 10.1007/s13131-020-1690-1

The behavioral and antioxidant response of the bivalve Gomphina veneriformis to sediment burial effect

Funds: The Key Research Project of Frontier Science of Chinese Academy of Sciences under contract No. QYZDB-SSW-DQC041; the Program of Ministry of Science and Technology of China under contract No. 2015FY210300; the Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences under contract Nos XDA23050304, XDA23050202; the Open Research Fund of the Laboratory of Marine Ecosystem and Biogeochemistry of State Oceanic Administration under contact No. LMEB201716; the Fund of the China Scholarship Council.
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  • Figure  1.  The schematic diagram of experimental design.

    Figure  2.  Environmental parameters of pore water from the surface, middle and bottom sediment layers during the experiment.

    Figure  3.  The superoxide dismutase (SOD) activities in gills and hepatopancreases of G. veneriformis in each experimental group. Error bars indicate standard deviation (n>5). The bars marked with different letters indicates there are significant differences among experimental groups, same letters no difference. Lower-case letters indicate difference analysis of SOD activities among groups in gills and capital letters in hepatopancreases. Asterisks indicated different SOD activities between gills and hepatopancreas in the same group. *, p<0.05; **, p<0.01.

    Figure  4.  The catalase (CAT) activities in gills and hepatopancreases of G. veneriformis in each experimental group. Error bars indicate the standard deviation (n>3). The bars marked with different letters indicates there are significant differences among experimental groups, same letters no difference. Lower-case letters indicate difference analysis of CAT activities among groups in gills and capital letters in hepatopancreases. Asterisks indicated different CAT activities between gills and hepatopancreas in the same group. *, p<0.05; **, p<0.01.

    Table  1.   The average length and width of clam individuals distributed at different layers in 30 cm burial groups

    LayersS30MS30M30
    Length/cmWidth/cmLength/cmWidth/cmLength/cmWidth/cm
    25~30 cm26.3519.1226.3119.36
    20~25 cm29.3320.0425.8218.80
    15~20 cm27.3920.4527.7320.28
    10~15 cm24.4417.5627.0219.8725.7418.66
    5~10 cm26.5919.3125.6618.9630.6422.81
    0~5 cm28.1620.9528.4220.8925.6418.78
    –5~0 cm 26.9519.8924.8118.1525.1018.51
    Note: –, no data
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    Table  2.   The average number (n=3) of individuals distributed at different layers when buried for 8 d

    LayersExperimental groups
    CS5MS5M5S15MS15M15S30MS30M30
    25–30 cm2.001.33
    20–25 cm0.671.00
    15–20 cm1.671.00
    10–15 cm3.005.335.670.331.331.00
    5–10 cm0.671.331.672.000.671.67
    0–5 cm4.334.002.002.330.672.002.333.332.67
    –5–0 cm 10.005.676.008.004.002.670.674.331.001.33
    Note: –, no data.
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