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Electrophoretic variation of phosphoglucomutase glucose 6 phosphate hexose 6 phosphate and tetrazolium oxidase enzymes in some fishes from khor al zubair iraq and kuwait

, : Electrophoretic variation of phosphoglucomutase glucose 6 phosphate hexose 6 phosphate and tetrazolium oxidase enzymes in some fishes from khor al zubair iraq and kuwait. Cybium 10(2): 177-185

Tissue extracts of skeletal muscle and liver were electrophoretically examined for phosphoglucomutase, (PGM; EC., glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD), hexose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (H6PD) and tetrazolium oxidase (TO) activity in thirty two species of teleostean fishes. One phosphoglucomutase, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, hexose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and tetra zolium oxidase were found in all the teleost groups studied. In the fishes studied tetrazolium oxidase appeared to be controlled by two codominant alleles, except in Therapon puta in which the enzyme appeared to be controlled by three alleles. TO, G6PD, and H6PD can be considered as good taxonomic criteria to differentiate Johnius aneus from the remaining fish species. On the other hand PGM can be considered as a good taxonomic criterion to differentiate Lutjanus fulviflamma.

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