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ISSN Online: 1943-5991

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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v39.i3.20
10 pages

Metabolic Responses of Black Sea Fishes to Long-Term Experimental Hypoxia

G. Ye. Shulman
Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas, National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Sevastopol, Ukraine
A. Ya. Stolbov
Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas National Academy of Science of Ukraine Sevastopol, Ukraine
A. A. Soldatov
Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas National Academy of Science of Ukraine Sevastopol, Ukraine
G. S. Minyuk
A.O. Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of Southern Seas, NAS of Ukraine, 2, Nakhimov Pr., Sevastopol 99011, Crimea
Ye. V. Ivleva
Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas National Academy of Science of Ukraine Sevastopol, Ukraine
I. V. Drobetskaya
Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas National Academy of Science of Ukraine Sevastopol, Southern Fishery and Oceanography Research Institute, Kerch, Ukraine

ABSTRAKT

As it was shown in fishes that breathed in the respirometers where O2 content was lowered to about 54% (golden mullet) and 35% (sea scorpion) of its normoxic level, these species use, in particular, such compensatory mechanisms as the system transporting O2 to the tissues and utilization of protein (nitrogen) substrates in their energy metabolism. These mechanisms enable surviving in extremely unfavorable environmental situations.