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Seasonal variation in whole body lipid and caloric content of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) from Cayuga Lake, New York
Tammy A Martin
Written in English
|Statement||by Tammy A. Martin.|
|Contributions||State University College at Buffalo. Dept. of Biology|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 46 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||46|
(). Proximate composition and caloric content of eight Lake Michigan fishes. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Technical Papers. (). Reliability and validity of bioelectrical impedance in determining body composition. (). Reliability of bioelectrical impedance analysis for estimating whole-fish energy density and percent lipids. (). seasonal variation of lipids and fatty acids from tree-growing lichens of the genus physica Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.
Regulating and Signaling. Triacylglycerols The most common of the three basic classes of lipids and the main form fat takes in both diet and the human body. A triacylglycerol is made up of three molecules of fatty acids and one molecule of glycerol. control the body’s internal climate, maintaining constant temperature. Those who don’t have enough fat in their bodies tend to feel cold. Properties of Lipids. The structure of lipids determines their function. For example, the very insoluble triacylglycerides are used as the predominant storage form of chemical energy in the body. In contrast to polysaccharides such as glycogen (a polymer of glucose), the Cs in the acyl-chains of the triacylglyceride are in a highly reduced state.
Oriental Journal of Chemistry is a peer reviewed quarterly research journal of pure and applied chemistry. It publishes standard research papers in almost all thrust areas of current chemistry of academic and commercial importance. It provides a platform for rapid publication of quality research papers, reviews and chemistry letters. Oriental Journal of Chemistry is abstracted and indexed in. The seasonal variation in lipid content of benthic organisms can provide clues to the ecology of the organisms. The high energy content of lipids ( J. mg-I) over proteins ( -I) and carbohydrates ( J. mg-I) make it the most efficient energy-storing compound for most freshwater benthic organ-isms.
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Zooplankton were collected at Svartnes, northern Norway between and The lipid class and fatty acid composition of a subarctic population ofPseudocalanus acuspes (Giesbrecht, ) andAcartia longiremis Lilljeborg are described for four seasons of the year.
The results are discussed in relation to the seasonal variation in abundance and dry weight of the predominant Cited by: The total lipid content and individual fatty acid (FA) concentrations of two farmed abalone species, greenlip abalone (Haliotis laevigata) and blacklip abalone (Haliotis rubra), were analyzed through four seasons using gas liquid r variations were recorded for the two by: For alewife migration in the LaHave River, a distance of 31 km, lipid content declined by 22%, whereas in the Margaree River lipid loss was 18% over 32 km.
Lipid content was also dependent on reproductive maturity, with lipid levels of, and % in immature, prespawning, and spent alewife from site 1 on the Margaree by: Significant seasonal variation existed for lipid content and caloric density, but contrary to what was hypothesized, values determined from Arctic charr collected during the post-winter sampling were significantly higher than those determined from fish returning from the marine environment in Author: Mackenzie Anne Clifford Martyniuk, Patrice Couture, Lilian Tran, Laurie Beaupré, Michael Power.
Adult alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) and age-a coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) exhibited pronounced seasonal changes in lipid content. Adult alewives averaged % lipid.
variations in the amount of total fatty acids, except for November and December, showed a variation parallel to the variation in total lipid amount (Table 1). Monthly variation of total lipid and total fatty acid in Muscle The amount of total lipid obtained from muscle of O.
mykiss during generation period (December-May) had a tendency to decrease. Request PDF | Lipid Concentrations in Lake Michigan Fishes: Seasonal, Spatial, Ontogenetic, and Long-Term Trends | Lipid concentrations were measured in seven species of fish from several.
Protein, lipid, water and caloric contents of immature rainbow trout, relative to size of whole fish, growing at different rates were examined by use of allometric analysis (y = ax b, Huxley, ).Fish grew at different rates as a result of differences in ration size (satiation, or 4–5% of dry body weight), temperature (7 and 12°C) and bGH (bovine growth hormone) administration.
The book is well written and easy to read, and its chapter structure and content is logically laid out. The book is a valuable addition to lipidologists and certainly useful for scientists working in fields where lipids are not the core interest but still have importance for solving scientific and/or technical issues., European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology.
Lipid and lipoprotein concentrations vary during the normal course of daily activity. Studies have demonstrated that within person variability is sufficient to make an individual move in and out of the predefined risk categories defined by the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP).
Another study found seasonal variation in LDL levels and body mass index, related to variation in dietary fat and saturated fat intake (but not caloric intake, which did not vary significantly); these were all higher in the winter (Shahar et al., ).
We suggest that in anticipation of the possible weight gain, individuals need to be conscious of their daily total caloric intake in the winter, their percentage of. A systematic survey on seasonal variation of six classes of polar lipids was conducted with 19 Holstein cows over the entire milking season using liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry technique.
This study revealed that most polar lipid classes were positively correlated with the total fat content, but negatively correlated with fat globule size. The seasonal variation of lipid content (TL) in Nannochloropsis oculata grown outdoors ranged 10%–30% DW (Figure 1).
In winter and spring TL ranged 11%–24% and 13%–22% of DW and indicated both a variation between years ( and ) and during the season. However, no variation could be found between winter and spring values. The Seasonal Variation in Blood Cholesterol Levels (SEASONS) study [15,16], an observational study designed to describe and prospectively delineate the nature and causes of seasonal variation in blood lipids, provides a unique opportunity to examine the consequences of naturally occurring seasonal changes in CHO intake on blood lipids.
We have. The Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba Dana, ) is an important trophic link between phytoplankton and higher trophic levels. Knowledge of the lipid biochemistry of krill assists in understanding their seasonal biology and predicting their responses to ecological changes.
We collected daily samples of krill from a commercial fishing vessel operating in the Atlantic Sector of the Southern. The content of TL strongly varied in the course of a year. The major lipid components were GL (% - %) and NL (% - %), while phospholipids (PL) were present in negligible amounts (% - %).
Significant seasonal variations were observed in content all classes of lipids. The PUFAs prevailed in total lipids and the content of n. Lipids or fats are stored in cells throughout the body principle in special kinds of connective tissue called adipose tissue or depot fat.
Whereas many cells contain phospholipids in the bilayer cell membranes, adipose tissue cells consist of fat globules of triglycerides. Lipids for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals () Lipid Glossary 2 () Confectionery Fats Handbook () Lipids in Nutrition and Health: A Reappraisal () Trans Fatty Acids in Human Nutrition - First Edition () Advances in Lipid Methodology — Four () Advances in Lipid Methodology — Three () Books on fats, oils and.
influenced by seasonal variation (Agren et al., ; Dutta et al., ). The present study also depicts that the variations of the levels of lipids both in the liver and muscle tissues may be the result of seasonal variation which affect the fish diet. Increased amount of total lipid content was observed in monsoon and retreating.
We investigated seasonal variation in serum lipids in 96 volunteers aged 65–74 years who were studied at 2-monthly intervals for one year. Periodic regression analysis revealed highly significant seasonal variation in serum total cholesterol and high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol.
Table 3 Effect of Environmental Temperature on Fatty Acid Composition of Fish Lipids 1/ Seasonal Variation. Seasonal variations in the fatty acid composition of fish species have often been reported. Seasonal changes have been observed in total lipid and iodine values of herring oils.The described seasonal variation also would lead to a lower percentage of patients reaching goal cholesterol levels if treatment were initiated in the summer and repeated measurement carried out in the winter.
To resolve these issues, we conducted a longitudinal study of seasonal variation in lipid levels in healthy volunteers.and alewife, Alosa pseudoharengus.
We used multiple linear regression with backwards stepwise elimination to test the capability of TOBEC values, wet weight, and total length in predicting whole-body water content of yellow perch and alewife.
We found that wet weight was the best predictor of whole-body water content. The inclusion of.