Quantitative regularities of the effect of temperature on energy metabolism rate in Gadus morhua, Anarhichas lupus and Pleuronectes platessa

Karamushko, L.I.; Shatunovskii, M.I.

Voprosy Ichtiologii 33(1): 111-120

1993


ISSN/ISBN: 0042-8752
Accession: 009288369

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Abstract
Quantitative correlation between energy metabolism rate and temperature was obtained for the Barents Sea fishes for the first time based on the results of direct measurements in a stable state. It is shown that as the temperature of a biokinetic zone increases, the metabolism rate also regularly increases. Functional correlation of energy metabolism rate with body temperature and weight was established. General correlation "metabolism-temperature" within a biokinetic zone from 0 to 30 degree C was obtained based on the analysis of the authors' own results and data from the literature on energy metabolism in various flounder species.