Evaluation of quantitative importance of egg lipids and fatty acids during embryos and larvae development in marine pelagophil teleosts: with an emphasis on Dentex dentex.

@article{Samaee2009EvaluationOQ,
  title={Evaluation of quantitative importance of egg lipids and fatty acids during embryos and larvae development in marine pelagophil teleosts: with an emphasis on Dentex dentex.},
  author={Seyed-Mohammadreza Samaee and Alicia Est{\'e}vez and Gemma Gim{\'e}nez and Franz Lahnsteiner},
  journal={Journal of experimental zoology. Part A, Ecological genetics and physiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={311 10},
  pages={735-51}
}
Quantitative compositin of Dentex dentex eggs lipid classes (LCs) and fatty acid (FA)s were measured and correlated to embryo and larva viability parameters (egg buoyancy, floating rate (FR), hatching rate, HR and survival rate, SR, at 0-5 days post hatch, dph) through 43 formulated models (38 using FAs, as independent variable, [R(2) = 0.641-0.859] and 5 using LC [R(2) = 0.459-0.739]). The sphingomyelin, phosphatidylcholine and 20:2(n-6) were significantly correlated with FR… CONTINUE READING