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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v53.i5.100
pages 94-102

Content of Phospholipid Fractions in Organs and Tissues of Carp under Artificial Carbon-Dioxide Hypobiosis

S. V. Sysoliatyn
National University of Biological Resources and Nature Management Kyiv, Ukraine
S. V. Khyzhniak
Kyiv University of Bioresources and Nature Management Kyiv, Ukraine

RÉSUMÉ

Composition and content of phospholipids fractions in liver, white muscle, gills and brain of carp in state of active vital activity and under artificial carbon-dioxide hypobiosis were studied. The results obtained showed increase of total phospholipid content and redistribution of individual fractions, which indicate their possible participation in adaptation to artificial carbon-dioxide hypobiosis.


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