The metabolic response in fish to mildly elevated water temperature relates to species-dependent muscular concentrations of imidazole compounds and free amino acids

Fikremariam Geda, Annelies M. Declercq, Sofie C. Remø, Rune Waagbø, Marta Lourenço, Geert P.J. Janssens

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    Fish species show distinct differences in their muscular concentrations of imidazoles and free amino acids (FAA). This study was conducted to investigate whether metabolic response to mildly elevated water temperature (MEWT) relates to species-dependent muscular concentrations of imidazoles and FAA. Thirteen carp and 17 Nile tilapia, housed one per aquarium, were randomly assigned to either acclimation (25 °C) or MEWT (30 °C) for 14 days. Main muscular concentrations were histidine (HIS; P0.05), (NAH+HIS)/TAU ratio was markedly higher in carp versus tilapia, and decreased with MEWT only in carp (P
    TaalEngels
    TijdschriftJournal of Thermal Biology
    Volume65
    Pagina's (van-tot)57-63
    Aantal pagina's7
    ISSN0306-4565
    DOI's
    StatusGepubliceerd - 1-apr-2017

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