Reduced n‑3 highly unsaturated fatty acids dietary content expected with global change reduces the metabolic capacity of the golden grey mullet

Abstract : of haematocrit and plasma osmolality, indicating a stress response at the second and third levels in that group. How-ever, the lD diet caused a massive increase in swimming efficiency. This should improve the capacity of L. aurata to migrate and to forage over a wide area. In turn, these could then compensate for the reduction in growth rate and aero-bic metabolism.
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Marie Vagner, José‑luis Zambonino‑infante, David Mazurais, Nathalie Imbert‑auvray, Natascha Ouillon, et al.. Reduced n‑3 highly unsaturated fatty acids dietary content expected with global change reduces the metabolic capacity of the golden grey mullet. Marine Biology, Springer Verlag, 2014, 161 (11), pp.2547-2562. ⟨10.1007/s00227-014-2526-3⟩. ⟨hal-01079830⟩

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