10.1371/journal.pone.0154156.g002

Effect of loss of ASH osmosensory neuron function on hypertonic stress induced whole animal water loss and volume recovery.

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<p>(A) Whole worm volume changes. Wild type worms and <i>osm-9(ok1677)</i> and <i>osm-12(n1606)</i> loss-of-function mutants were transferred to agar plates containing 200 mM NaCl at time 0. Values are means ± S.E. (n = 8). <i>gpdh-1</i> mRNA expression (B) and whole animal glycerol levels (C) in wild type and <i>osm-9(ok1677)</i> and <i>osm-12(n1606)</i> worms. Values are means ± S.E. (n = 3). *P<0.002 and **P<0.007 compared to wild type worms. (D) Time course changes in <i>gpdh-1</i> expression. Wild type worms and <i>osm-9(ok1677)</i> and <i>osm-12(n1606)</i> loss-of-function mutants were transferred to agar plates containing 200 mM NaCl at time 0. Values are means ± S.E. (n = 3–5). *P<0.01 compared to <i>osm-9(ok1677)</i> and <i>osm-12(n1606)</i> mutants.</p

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