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Seasonal dynamics of the activity of some carbohydrases and alkaline phosphatases of fish intestinal mucosa



Seasonal dynamics of the activity of some carbohydrases and alkaline phosphatases of fish intestinal mucosa



Voprosy Ikhtiologii 28(5): 860-864



Data were presented on the seasonal dynamics of total amylolytic activity, sucrose and alkaline phosphatase activity in the intestinal mucosa of the following 5 fish species from the Rybinsk Reservoir, Russian SFSR, USSR: Lota lota, Esox lucius, stizostedion lucioperca, Abramis brama, and Rutilus rutilus. Fish feeding ecology and the incubation temperature of enzymatically active preparations and substrate have a significant effect on the seasonal dynamics of these enzymes.

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