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ISSN Imprimir: 0018-8166
ISSN En Línea: 1943-5991

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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v39.i4.40
9 pages

Interannual Intrapopulational Variability of Russian Sturgeon of the North Caspian Population by Quantity and Frequency of Occurrence of Various Phenotypes of Albumin during the River Period of Life

V. I. Luk'yanenko
Upper Volga Branch of Russian Ecological Academy, Yaroslavl'; and Institute of Biology of Internal Waters of Russian Academy of Science Borok, Yaroslavl' Region, Russia
M. V. Khabarov
Upper Volga Branch of Russian Ecological Academy, Yaroslavl'; and Institute of Biology of Internal Waters of Russian Academy of Science Borok, Yaroslavl' Region, Russia
V. V. Luk'yanenko
Upper Volga Branch of Russian Ecological Academy, Yaroslavl'; and Institute of Biology of Internal Waters of Russian Academy of Science Borok, Yaroslavl' Region, Russia

SINOPSIS

The phenomenon of interannual variability of the frequency of occurrence of different phenotypes of albumin, one of the most important functionally specialized blood proteins, is described based on studies of the North Caspian population of Russian sturgeon (Acipenser güldenstädti). Long-term data testify to necessity of critical use of frequency indices of different phenotypes of a given protein obtained during short-term genetic and biochemical studies (one- and two-year observations). A unique biochemical polymorphism of the North Caspian Russian sturgeon has been discovered including 38 phenotypes of albumin.


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