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Event: 1142

Key Event Title

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Increased, valve movement

Short name
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Increased, valve movement
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Tissue

Organ term

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Process Object Action
musculoskeletal movement valve increased

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AOPs Including This Key Event

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AOP Name Role of event in AOP Point of Contact Author Status OECD Status
5-HTT block to population decline KeyEvent Kellie Fay (send email) Under Development: Contributions and Comments Welcome
5-HTT leading to population decline KeyEvent Kellie Fay (send email) Under Development: Contributions and Comments Welcome
5-HTT inhibition leading to population increase KeyEvent Kellie Fay (send email) Under Development: Contributions and Comments Welcome
5-HTT leading to population increase KeyEvent Kellie Fay (send email) Under Development: Contributions and Comments Welcome

Taxonomic Applicability

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Term Scientific Term Evidence Link
bivalves Crassostrea corteziensis NCBI

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Sex Applicability

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Key Event Description

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In bivalves, the muscle involved in valve movement is the anterior byssus retractor muscle (ABRM). This muscle and other muscles can undergo a catch state of contraction, which is characterized by a very slowly decaying force in the absence of stimulation. When contraction of the ABRM (and other catch-capable muscles) is initiated by the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, it contracts actively and remains in the contracted state with minimal energetic investment (Güth et al. 1984; Butler et al. 1998) even after the acetylcholine stimulation has ceased and internal calcium stores are returned to basal levels(Ishii et al. 1989). This unique physiology allows the muscle to maintain a closed valve without depleting energy reserves. In mollusks, the catch state is terminated by serotonin.

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References

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