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Energy metabolism and performance of Mytilus galloprovincialis under anaerobiosis

AutorBabarro, José M. F. ; Labarta, Uxío ; Fernández-Reiriz, María José
Fecha de publicaciónago-2007
EditorCambridge University Press
CitaciónJournal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 87(4): 941-946 (2007)
ResumenIntertidal individuals of Mytilus galloprovincialis were exposed to anaerobiosis in laboratory at 22°C and a set of biochemical metabolites and survival potential determined. Differences in survival potential between individuals emersed or kept in oxygen-free seawater were residual according to ST50 values (survival time, P[asymptotically equal to]0.05) but emersed individuals survived significantly longer when considering ST90–100 values (P<0.05). Anaerobiosis was similarly activated under both emersion and incubation in anoxic seawater after 6 h according to a seven-fold increase in succinate. Longer exposure of individuals (up to 48 h) caused succinate (and propionate) to increase but in a higher magnitude under incubation with anoxic seawater. Propionate appeared in soft tissues after 24 h of incubation in anoxic seawater and after 48 h when individuals were emersed. Glycogen was not utilized after 6 h in any case, but was progressively used with longer exposure times and in a higher magnitude under incubation in anoxic seawater (48 h). Adenylate energy charge (AEC) was highly affected by both exposure time (P<0.001) and anaerobic treatment (P<0.01). Rapid breakdown of ATP and phospho-L-arginine (PLA) did occur during the first 24 h of anaerobiosis, the latter ATP drop was accompanied by slight increase of ADP but strong increase of AMP that accumulated in a higher magnitude under incubation in anoxic seawater. Biochemical results of the present study suggested a certain degree of aerobiosis for emersed M. galloprovincialis that in turn is linked to a slight but significant longer survival performance. Most significant biochemical changes occurred during the first 24 h of oxygen deprivation, but significant differences between treatments were observed after 24–48 h. These lag differences in biochemical metabolites together with more accurate survival analyses have to be considered when investigating the energy metabolism linked to the anaerobic performance of M. galloprovincialis.
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Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0025315407053726
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/26663
DOI10.1017/S0025315407053726
ISSN0025-3154
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