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Hydrobiological Journal
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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v54.i6.70
pages 78-93

Adaptive Role of Lipids in Algae under Metal Ions Impact (a Review)

V. V. Grubinko
Ternopil Teachers-Training Institute Ternopil, Ukraine
O. I. Bodnar
Ternopil Teachers-Training Institute Ternopil, Ukraine
A. I. Lutsiv
Ternopil Teachers-Training Institute Ternopil, Ukraine
G. B. Viniarska
Ternopil Teachers-Training Institute Ternopil, Ukraine

RESUMO

Modern ideas on physiological-biochemical status and responses of the lipid system of algae under the impact of metal ions have been analyzed. It was shown that stress-adaptation syndrome of algae to the metal compounds both individual and modified by other environmental factors comprises: changes of structure and lipid composition of the cell membranes, changes of direction and intensity of the lipid and associated energy metabolism, changes of ratio of the lipids' classes, modification of the lipids peroxidation, general metabolism modification aimed at forming of new level of the adaptive status under the stress.


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