Metabolism of fatty acids in fish: III. Combined effect of environmental temperature and diet on formation and deposition of fatty acids in the carp, Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus 1758

@inproceedings{Farkas1980MetabolismOF,
  title={Metabolism of fatty acids in fish: III. Combined effect of environmental temperature and diet on formation and deposition of fatty acids in the carp, Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus 1758},
  author={Tibor Farkas and Istv{\'a}n Csengeri and F{\'e}renc Majoros and J{\'a}nos Ol{\'a}h},
  year={1980}
}
Abstract Formation and deposition of fatty acids in carp maintained on diets differing in total fat as well as linolenic acid content was investigated by following the incorporation of (1- 14 C)-acetate into liver total- and phospholipid fatty acids at two extreme temperatures (5° and 25°C). Excess dietary linolenic acid was deposited in triglycerides but not in phospholipids. The formation and level of phospholipid docosahexenoic acid was, however, dependent on the amount of linolenic acid in… CONTINUE READING

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