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dc.contributorАкадемия Наук Украинской ССР Институт биологии южных морей им. А.О. Ковалевскогоru
dc.creatorШульман, Г. Е.-
dc.creatorКокоз, Л. М.-
dc.description.abstractThe protein growth and fat accumulation in different species and intraspecies groups of Black sea fishes were investigated. There were revealed some quantity characteristics of processes studied which are connected with biological features of these fishes. For characteristic of the processes under investigation the "mean run curves" (monotonously increasing functions) are to be drawn and the variation of quantities of protein and fat (connected with seasonal physiological rhythms) around these "mean run curves" are to be studied. It is shown that the character of "mean run curves" of protein growth depends on the fish life-span. Proportional value of variational processes in protein metabolism in fishes decreases with the age, and progressive processes increase. Close connection with the relation between the protein growth and fat accumulation in the total balance of matter in the fish organism and environment of populations was found. Processes of protein growth and fat accumulation in most species of the fish studied occur simultaneously.
dc.publisherКиев: Наукова думкаru
dc.relation.ispartofБиология моря-
dc.sourceБиология моряru
dc.titleОсобенности белкового роста и жиронакопления у черноморских рыбru
dc.title.alternativePeculiarities of protein growth and fat accumulation in Black sea fishesen
local.issue.titleФизиологические основы экологии водных животныхru
local.creator.alternativeShulman, G. E.en
local.creator.alternativeKokoz, L. M.en
Appears in Collections:1968, Выпуск 15 Физиологические основы экологии водных животных / Volume 15 The physiological principles of aquatic animals ecology

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