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Journal:   JOURNAL OF BIOLOGY SCIENCE   FALL 2008 , Volume 2 , Number 3 (SERIES NO. 6); Page(s) 51 To 61.
 
Paper: 

THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SOME IONIC BLOOD INDICES OF FEMALE KUTUM BROODSTOCK (RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM)

 
 
Author(s):  SHAFIEI SABET S.*, IMANPOUR M.R., AMINIAN FATIDEH B., GORGIN S.
 
* ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, LAHIJAN BRANCH, RESEARCHER OF YOUNG RESEARCHERS CLUB, LAHIJAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

This study was conducted in Sefid-rud river of southern Caspian Sea and amounts of ionic (sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium) and metabolic (cholesterol, total protein and glucose) parameters in 35 maturated and 45 immature female Kutum blood were determined. Fish samples were collected monthly from March to May in 2008. Blood samples were taken from the caudal vessels. No abnormalities or pathological changes in the ovarian or body of the investigated fish were detected. The results showed that Sodium (178.93-180.07 mmol/l), potassium (2.9-3.2mmol/l), calcium (2.4-3.6 mmol/l) and magnesium (2.13-1.75 mmol/l) mmol/l in maturated and immature were maximum to minimum respectively and concentration of cholesterol (2321.32-1882.18mg/dl) was more than glucose (1653.73- 1266.67mg/dl) and glucose was more than total protein (28.04-44.13mg/dl) mg/dl in maturated and immature serum blood respectively. There was a significant correlation between calcium and total protein in maturated (4.24mmol/l, 3.04mg/dl) and immature specimen (8.02mmol/l, 4.11mg/dl) (P<0.01). The differentiation between glucose with cholesterol in maturated (87.73mg/dl, 475.29mg/dl) and immature specimen (45.04mg/dl, 347.26mg/dl) was significant (P<0.01). According to influence of ionic and nonionic blood’s plasma on regulation of reproduction and growth in kutum, can use in management of reproduction and culture of this valuable species.

 
Keyword(s): SEFID-RUD, KUTUM, RUTILUS FRISII KUTUM, BROOD STOCKS, BLOOD INDICES
 
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