Short-term thermal acclimation induces adaptive changes in the inner mitochondrial membranes of fish skeletal muscle

@inproceedings{Kilarski1996ShorttermTA,
  title={Short-term thermal acclimation induces adaptive changes in the inner mitochondrial membranes of fish skeletal muscle},
  author={Wincenty Kilarski and Marek Romek and Marta Kozłowska and Andrzej G{\"o}rlich},
  year={1996}
}
In the oxidative muscles (musculi laterales superficiales) of crucian carp Carassius carassius acclimated for 6 weeks to either 5 or 25° C, the volume density and the surface density of fibres per tissue did not differ significantly between the control and experimental groups. The correlation ratio (μ2) for these values was below 50, 39·3 and 43·9 respectively. After acclimation to 5° C, the surface density of outer mitochondrial membrane per fibre increased significantly from 0·93 to 1·23m2 cm… CONTINUE READING

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