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Spectra of hemolymph isoenzymes for epeorus latifolium and rhithrogena lepneva as affected by industrial waste

Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal 21(5): 84-89

Spectra of hemolymph isoenzymes for epeorus latifolium and rhithrogena lepneva as affected by industrial waste

Through an example of Epeorus latifolium Ueno and Rhithrogena lepneva Br as organisms which indicate the state of water body regime it is shown possible to reveal earlier the action of mining industry waste. Comparisons of the spectra of lipid and carbohydrate metabolism isoenzymes in animals inhabiting pure water bodies with the animals from industrially polluted water bodies was used for the preliminary detection of changes in life conditions. Habitation of more adapted Epeorus latifolium Ueno and Rhithrogena lepneva Br species is established under living conditions which are different from the initial ones. These species differ both in the maximum variability of hemolymph isoenzyme composition and in higher survival rate in sewage.

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