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  Goldfish (Carassius auratus L.) were temperature- and oxygen-acclimated and the composition of the phospholipids and their acyl groups in brain mitochondria was determined. 2. The proportion of ethanolamine to choline phospholipid was greater while the plasmenyl ethanclamine value (P-GPE/D- + P-GPE) was lower at the low acclimation by: Brain microsome phospholipids and their acyl groups, from temperature and oxygen acclimated goldfish, were investigated. 2. At the lower acclimation temperature (5C) the proportion of ethanolamine- to choline-glycerophosphatides (GPE/GPC) was increased, and the proportion of phosphatidal ethanolamine value decreased. by:   Oxygen consumption of goldfish acclimated to different temperatures increases more than five times as the acclimation temperature is raised from 10° to 30°. Smith (2) concluded that the amino acids, transported by the goldfish intestine, may be devided in two groups; a group that shows compensation and a group of which the final concentration in the sacs was not influenced by acclimation : J.A. Groot, H. Albus, R. Bakker, J. Siegenbeek van Heukelom, M.M.A. Suykerbuijk. The effect of temperature- and oxygen-acclimation on phospholipids of goldfish (Carassius auratus L.) brain mitochondria. Chang MC, Roots BI. Neurochem Res, 10(9), 01 Sep Cited by: 2 articles | PMID:

Temperature acclimation has been shown in female goldfish (Hoar and Cottle ) to affect the composition of their body fats, and perhaps therefore the composition of their eggs. Possibly the. The effect of acclimation to hypoxia and sustained exercise on subsequent hypoxia tolerance and swimming performance in goldfish (Carassius auratus) June Journal of Experimental Biology   Physiol. 31, Chang M. C. J. and Roots B. I. () Effect of temperature- and oxygen-acclimation on phospholipids of goldfish (Carassius auratus L.) brain mitochondria. Neurochem. Res. 10, Chang M. C. J. and Roots B. I. () Influence of environmental temperature on the phospholipid composition of outer and inner. temperature range for growth of the snakehead (25 to 30°C) (Liu et al., ). Four other temperatures (15, 20, 30, and 35°C) were set to test the effects of both acute temperature change and chronic temperature acclimation on the metabolism of the snakehead. The sample size of each treatment was seven individuals.

  Thermal acclimation has no effect on membrane cholesterol in the Antarctic species. Cholesterol is known to counter the effects of increased temperature on membrane lipids and an increase in cholesterol is often observed at high temperatures (Crockett, ). Chang MCJ, Roots BI () The effects of temperature-and oxygen-acclimation on phospholipids of goldfish (Carassius auratus L.) brain microsomes. Neurochem Res 10 (3)– The effects of temperature-and oxygen-acclimation on phospholipids of goldfish (Carassius auratus L.) brain microsomes. Neurochem. Neurochem. Res. – Effects of dietary phospholipid and cholesterol on the temperature resistance of goldfish Article in Canadian Journal of Zoology 35(6) February with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'.