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 The brackish water shrimp Artemia is a small scale shellfish, very much adjusted to the unforgiving conditions that seriously hypersaline situations force on endurance and multiplication. Adjustment to these conditions has occurred at various useful levels or areas, from the individual (sub-atomic cell physiological) to the populace level. Such conditions are experienced by not many equal large scale planktonic creatures; along these lines, Artemia can be viewed as a model creature extremophile offering an exceptional set-up of adjustments that are the focal point of this survey. The most evident is a profoundly productive osmoregulation framework to withstand up to multiple times the salt grouping of common seawater. Under incredibly basic natural conditions, for instance when occasional lakes dry-out, Artemia takes shelter by creating an exceptionally safe encysted gastrula undeveloped organism (blister) fit for serious lack of hydration empowering a break from populace elimination.

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