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DETERMINATION OF SOME NORMAL SERUM PARAMETERS IN JUVENILE STAGES OF THE OSSETRA STURGEON ACIPENSER GÜLDENSTAEDTI (BRANDT, 1833)


TANţI PATRICHE 1, NECULAI PATRICHE 2, ELENA BOCIOC 3, MARIAN TIBERIU COADA 3
1. University „Dunărea de Jos” of Galaţi, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, 35, Al. I. Cuza St., 800010, Galaţi, Romania e-mail: tanti.patriche@yahoo.com
2. Institute for Research and Development in Aquatic Ecology, Fishing and Aquaculture, 2-4 Portului St., 800032, Galati, Romania, phone: 0040 236 416914, fax: 0040 236 414270, Romania
3. University „Dunărea de Jos” of Galaţi, Department of Aquaculture, Environment Science and Cadastre, 61-63, Gării street, 800003, Galaţi, Romania e_mail: elenabocioc@yahoo.com

Issue:

SCSB, Number 2, Volume XX

Section:

Volume 20, No.2 - Animal Biology

Abstract:

Being aware of the health condition of the

biological material in a fish farm allows us to

establish the preventive measures required to

prevent spreading of a disease and the treatment

to be applied in case that a mass disease occurs.

That is why, to know the normal value of the

serical glycemia, the total protein and the protein

fractions in serum enables us to differentiate the

normal physiological condition of the fish

material under research from the eventual

pathological modifications having occurred due

to the defence reaction of the organism.

The level of the serical glycemia,

represents a high value marker indicator of the

stress condition, while the level of total protein in

serum is, first of all, a synthetical indicator of the

nutritional condition of the organism.

Most of the diseases have but little

influence on the concentration of the total protein

in the blood, but some influence on certain

protein fractions, and they alter the ratio between

albumins and globulins. A decrease below 0.3 in

value of the ratio albumins/globulins in serum is

significant for the health condition of fish.

Keywords:

sturgeon, recirculating system, total protein, albumin, globulin.

Code [ID]:

SCSB20112002V20S01A0004 [0003721]


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