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Feeding acipenser persicus and Huso huso (Acipenseriformes) larvae with Artemia urmiana nauplii enriched with HUFA and vitamin C: II. Effect on tolerance to shock exposure of environmental factors

Farzaneh Nouri, GA Takami, Marijke Van Speybroeck UGent, Gilbert Van Stappen UGent and Patrick Sorgeloos UGent (2011) JOURNAL OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY. 27(2). p.787-795
abstract
The effects of feeding Acipenser persicus and Huso huso larvae with Artemia nauplii enriched with ascorbyl palmitate (AP) and lipid emulsions on inducing tolerance against abrupt changes in environmental conditions (such as elevated levels of salinity, temperature, nitrite and total ammonia) were investigated. The 10 days post-hatch fish larvae were fed with decapsulated cysts (DC) or newly hatched Artemia urmiana nauplii enriched with saturated lipids and HUFA emulsions containing 0, 10, and 20% AP. The control groups received non-enriched nauplii as source of food. Each feeding experiment was carried out for 15 days in four replicates under controlled laboratory culture conditions. Ten randomly collected A. persicus and H. huso larvae from each replicate were subjected to different salinities, nitrite, total ammonia concentrations and temperatures. The results showed that feeding with Artemia nauplii enriched with HUFA and higher concentrations of vitamin C induces significantly higher tolerance to shocks in abiotic conditions in fish larvae of both species, as shown by higher survival. Nevertheless the two fish species did not exhibit a similar pattern of response: A. persicus showed higher tolerance compared to H. huso. Enrichment with HUFA alone did not result in a significantly improved tolerance, indicating the importance of dietary vitamin C to cope with abrupt physico-chemical changes.
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SURVIVAL, MEMBRANES, CHANNEL CATFISH, FATTY-ACIDS, NITRITE, TEMPERATURE, METABOLISM, STURGEON, GROWTH, STRESS RESISTANCE
journal title
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY
J. Appl. Ichthyol.
volume
27
issue
2
pages
787 - 795
Web of Science type
Article
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000288864600108
JCR category
MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
JCR impact factor
0.869 (2011)
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69/97 (2011)
JCR quartile
3 (2011)
ISSN
0175-8659
DOI
10.1111/j.1439-0426.2011.01700.x
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English
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A1
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1224485
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1224485
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2011-05-16 14:30:30
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  abstract     = {The effects of feeding Acipenser persicus and Huso huso larvae with Artemia nauplii enriched with ascorbyl palmitate (AP) and lipid emulsions on inducing tolerance against abrupt changes in environmental conditions (such as elevated levels of salinity, temperature, nitrite and total ammonia) were investigated. The 10 days post-hatch fish larvae were fed with decapsulated cysts (DC) or newly hatched Artemia urmiana nauplii enriched with saturated lipids and HUFA emulsions containing 0, 10, and 20\% AP. The control groups received non-enriched nauplii as source of food. Each feeding experiment was carried out for 15 days in four replicates under controlled laboratory culture conditions. Ten randomly collected A. persicus and H. huso larvae from each replicate were subjected to different salinities, nitrite, total ammonia concentrations and temperatures. The results showed that feeding with Artemia nauplii enriched with HUFA and higher concentrations of vitamin C induces significantly higher tolerance to shocks in abiotic conditions in fish larvae of both species, as shown by higher survival. Nevertheless the two fish species did not exhibit a similar pattern of response: A. persicus showed higher tolerance compared to H. huso. Enrichment with HUFA alone did not result in a significantly improved tolerance, indicating the importance of dietary vitamin C to cope with abrupt physico-chemical changes.},
  author       = {Nouri, Farzaneh and Takami, GA and Van Speybroeck, Marijke and Van Stappen, Gilbert and Sorgeloos, Patrick},
  issn         = {0175-8659},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY},
  keyword      = {SURVIVAL,MEMBRANES,CHANNEL CATFISH,FATTY-ACIDS,NITRITE,TEMPERATURE,METABOLISM,STURGEON,GROWTH,STRESS RESISTANCE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {787--795},
  title        = {Feeding acipenser persicus and Huso huso (Acipenseriformes) larvae with Artemia urmiana nauplii enriched with HUFA and vitamin C: II. Effect on tolerance to shock exposure of environmental factors},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1439-0426.2011.01700.x},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2011},
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Chicago
Nouri, Farzaneh, GA Takami, Marijke Van Speybroeck, Gilbert Van Stappen, and Patrick Sorgeloos. 2011. “Feeding Acipenser Persicus and Huso Huso (Acipenseriformes) Larvae with Artemia Urmiana Nauplii Enriched with HUFA and Vitamin C: II. Effect on Tolerance to Shock Exposure of Environmental Factors.” Journal of Applied Ichthyology 27 (2): 787–795.
APA
Nouri, F., Takami, G., Van Speybroeck, M., Van Stappen, G., & Sorgeloos, P. (2011). Feeding acipenser persicus and Huso huso (Acipenseriformes) larvae with Artemia urmiana nauplii enriched with HUFA and vitamin C: II. Effect on tolerance to shock exposure of environmental factors. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY, 27(2), 787–795.
Vancouver
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Nouri F, Takami G, Van Speybroeck M, Van Stappen G, Sorgeloos P. Feeding acipenser persicus and Huso huso (Acipenseriformes) larvae with Artemia urmiana nauplii enriched with HUFA and vitamin C: II. Effect on tolerance to shock exposure of environmental factors. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY. 2011;27(2):787–95.
MLA
Nouri, Farzaneh, GA Takami, Marijke Van Speybroeck, et al. “Feeding Acipenser Persicus and Huso Huso (Acipenseriformes) Larvae with Artemia Urmiana Nauplii Enriched with HUFA and Vitamin C: II. Effect on Tolerance to Shock Exposure of Environmental Factors.” JOURNAL OF APPLIED ICHTHYOLOGY 27.2 (2011): 787–795. Print.