||The effects of temperature on the corporal composition of Solea solea during starvation.
||Communication avec actes
||Richard P, Djabali M, Lagardere Francoise, Lagardere J
||Bases biologiques de l'aquaculture, Montpellier, 12-16 decembre 1983
||Actes de colloques. Ifremer. Brest [ACTES COLLOQ. IFREMER.]. 1985
||Solea solea, Soleidae, Pisces, Survival, Tissues, Biochemical composition, Temperature effects, Proteins, Lipids, Starvation, Metabolism
|Résumé en anglais
||The effects of starvation on Solea solea at 10 and 20 degree C in sea water, were studied. At 20 degree C fishes start to die on week 4; at 10 degree C they support a longer starvation period (9 weeks). Proximate analysis shows that protein are more steadily used at 20 degree C than at 10 degree C, contrarily to the corporal lipids which are used at the same rate. Starvation results in a reduction of liver lipids and glycogen. This reduction is more pronounced at 20 degree C : 70% of hepatic glycogen is used at this temperature within the first week of starvation against 30% at 10 degree C.