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INDUCTION OF ANAEROBIC PROCESSES IN BAIKAL ENDEMICS EULIMNOGAMMARUS VITTATUS (DYB.) AND E. VERRUCOSUS (DYB.) (AMPHIPODA, CRUSTACEA)

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Author(s): Timofeyev M.A. | Kirichenko K.A. | Rokhin A.V. | Bedulina D.S. | Chernyshova K.P. | Pobezhimova T.P.

Journal: Journal of stress physiology & biochemistry
ISSN 1997-0838

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 56;
Date: 2006;
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Keywords: Bailkal | hypoxia | anaerobiosis | amphipoda | oxygen

ABSTRACT
The data confirming the ability of Baikalian endemic species Eulimnogammarus vittatus (Dyb.) and E. verrucosus (Dyb.) to activate anaerobic glycolysis under hypoxia are presented. The differences in the degree and the rate of lactic acid accumulation and remetabolisation in returning to aerobiosis are noted in the species concerned. On the example of E. vittatus the ability of Baikalian endemics to activate anaerobic lipolysis and process of anaerobic formation of succinate is shown
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